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RECORD-SETTING ASTEROID FLYBY: On Feb. 15th.........update

 
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Wonder if it will hit any satellites.
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What about the Moon? Considering the orbit, the Moon could be closer then we are. But I am just guessing, I have no information where the two will be then.
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was in storms just got on thanks for pin hf
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An early warning would result in panic and chaos.
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Even if it does not hit us , it has lots of other stuff to hit, and that hit us+
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Geostationary orbit


[link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]


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Can you see it?
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Can you see it?
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we should ask Trinity or the space thread
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even my husband not a doomer says doomhiding


[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]

Discovered by the LaSagra observatory in southern Spain, the small asteroid 2012 DA14 will pass within about 3.5 Earth radii of the Earth's surface on February 15, 2013. Although its size is not well determined,
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Thanks 5 Star
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I actually dont see this one being a threat to us.

There is too much info out there about this one that anyone can look up and verify...

sure it might take out a few satellites...

but an actual earth impact... naw...

If we were to have an impact i'd imagine it be from a threat that hasnt been discovered yet...

not trying to kill the thread

hf


anyways carry on... doom on lol
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Lets assume it hit, well with it's size it would probably be like meteor crater in arizona.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Been there it was awesome. 1 mile wide crater. 10 megaton explosion. But overall, not a global killer, maybe it could take out a city. I wonder, and probably assume an ocean impact would be worse, tidal waves and such.

T as in Tsunami.
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I actually dont see this one being a threat to us.

There is too much info out there about this one that anyone can look up and verify...

sure it might take out a few satellites...

but an actual earth impact... naw...

If we were to have an impact i'd imagine it be from a threat that hasnt been discovered yet...

not trying to kill the thread

hf


anyways carry on... doom on lol
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


clappa

Sure just a few satellites. nothing to see here. I hope a rock the size of a vw hits your area. Then call me.
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Lets assume it hit, well with it's size it would probably be like meteor crater in arizona.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Been there it was awesome. 1 mile wide crater. 10 megaton explosion. But overall, not a global killer, maybe it could take out a city. I wonder, and probably assume an ocean impact would be worse, tidal waves and such.

T as in Tsunami.
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The projected size of the extinction of dino was 6 miles. This thing is over 24.
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Has a few new friends too.
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All potentionally hazardous near earth objects are classified by the DOD!
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Don't. Fucking. Lie.

What about the Moon? Considering the orbit, the Moon could be closer then we are.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--

It'll miss the Moon by more then 400,000 kilometres.
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Lets assume it hit, well with it's size it would probably be like meteor crater in arizona.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Been there it was awesome. 1 mile wide crater. 10 megaton explosion. But overall, not a global killer, maybe it could take out a city. I wonder, and probably assume an ocean impact would be worse, tidal waves and such.

T as in Tsunami.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26935352


The projected size of the extinction of dino was 6 miles. This thing is over 24.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5366990


This thing, according to the article, is half a football field wide, I heard someone say 50 meters, I dunno where you are getting 24 miles from. Meters <> Miles. This thing is MUCH smaller than what we assume took out the dinosaurs. So again I point you to Meteor Crater, it was presumed to be a 50 meter iron-nickel meteor, sounds very similar to what's coming by February 15th.
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All potentionally hazardous near earth objects are classified by the DOD!
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Don't. Fucking. Lie.

What about the Moon? Considering the orbit, the Moon could be closer then we are.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--

It'll miss the Moon by more then 400,000 kilometres.
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What the first one? What about the 7 behind it?
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Not good... Not good at all..............
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how mcuh damage would it do if it hit ?
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Few people are aware 40 cities were destroyed by meteors in the Bronze Age.
Worry is a misuse of the imagination.
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how mcuh damage would it do if it hit ?
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IF IF IF


you can use the map in the link... slide the weapon selector to asteroid and you can see the destruction that the Chicxulub Impact had... (Dinosaur Killer)

[link to www.carloslabs.com]

don't freak out cos this is an hypothetical situation and im more likely to become president than DA15 hitting hf

and DA15 isnt hardly comparable to what killed the dino's

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Lets assume it hit, well with it's size it would probably be like meteor crater in arizona.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Been there it was awesome. 1 mile wide crater. 10 megaton explosion. But overall, not a global killer, maybe it could take out a city. I wonder, and probably assume an ocean impact would be worse, tidal waves and such.

T as in Tsunami.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26935352


The projected size of the extinction of dino was 6 miles. This thing is over 24.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5366990


This thing, according to the article, is half a football field wide, I heard someone say 50 meters, I dunno where you are getting 24 miles from. Meters <> Miles. This thing is MUCH smaller than what we assume took out the dinosaurs. So again I point you to Meteor Crater, it was presumed to be a 50 meter iron-nickel meteor, sounds very similar to what's coming by February 15th.
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would raise hell if it hit Times Square or the Eiffel Tower for instance.
Worry is a misuse of the imagination.
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how mcuh damage would it do if it hit ?
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IF IF IF


you can use the map in the link... slide the weapon selector to asteroid and you can see the destruction that the Chicxulub Impact had... (Dinosaur Killer)

[link to www.carloslabs.com]

don't freak out cos this is an hypothetical situation and im more likely to become president than DA15 hitting hf

and DA15 isnt hardly comparable to what killed the dino's
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


Thats not the asteroid we are talking about tho !!!!!!!

Its the asteroid 2012 DA14......... the same size as the Tunguska event ...

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Given that the new Winter storm has been named "Luna", I bet this asteroid is going to assault the moon.
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how mcuh damage would it do if it hit ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33287473


IF IF IF


you can use the map in the link... slide the weapon selector to asteroid and you can see the destruction that the Chicxulub Impact had... (Dinosaur Killer)

[link to www.carloslabs.com]

don't freak out cos this is an hypothetical situation and im more likely to become president than DA15 hitting hf

and DA15 isnt hardly comparable to what killed the dino's
 Quoting: Dr. Acula


Thats not the asteroid we are talking about tho !!!!!!!

Its the asteroid 2012 DA14......... the same size as the Tunguska event ...

hiding
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Thats what i meant.. DA something er nother...
Any ways...
We lived through the last tunguska event...
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about half the size of a football field will fly past Earth closer than many man-made satellites



Maybe they should stick some antennas in it.
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I know a ways off but can we pin for planning abduct
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Planning for what? A shopping trip?
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A 1 mile crater might need filling. Bring some compost.
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about half the size of a football field will fly past Earth closer than many man-made satellites



Maybe they should stick some antennas in it.
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Beet comment I have read in a few days thanks for the chuckle, on that notw, not a bad idea!
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about half the size of a football field will fly past Earth closer than many man-made satellites



[link to spaceweather.com]


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I was wondering when people on here were going to start talking about the asteroid that will fly by on the 15th of Feb at a range of .09 lunar distances from Earth.

Should I bring in the tomato's or not?

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