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Asteroid 2012 DA14 Close Enough to Smash Satellites in Orbit on February 15, 2013 - Added a few VIDEOS

 
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Yepp, think positive now, let's make it happen!

Wall Street? lol
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Nothing will happen.

As always.
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Why is it always through some stroke of luck that these always seem to miss us?
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Why is it always through some stroke of luck that these always seem to miss us?
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Many, many hit us...they are just smaller and burn up entering the atmosphere.
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Re: Asteroid 2012 DA14 Close Enough to Smash Satellites in Orbit on February 15, 2013 - Added a few VIDEOS
Here's a list of Communication Satellites applications. YIKES!

-Telephones
-Television
Main article: Satellite television
-Digital cinema
-Radio
Main article: Satellite radio
-Internet access
Main article: Satellite Internet access

-Military

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Septenary Man


We will all have to go back to reading books and no more texting. I'd say that's an improvement.
 Quoting: duncog2012


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... those in the "technical" countries will be lost ...
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... do any of these affect the internet? ...
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... then it's world-wide ...
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... commerce, banking, manufacturing ...
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Hmmm... Didn't Anonymous hack some government info and then post a game of Asteroids on a government website?

I think Anonymous said they weren't going to release all of the info because they didn't want to cause a panic...
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... interesting! ... hiding ! ...
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Amos 5:13
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Re: Asteroid 2012 DA14 Close Enough to Smash Satellites in Orbit on February 15, 2013 - Added a few VIDEOS
How many working satelites are there for the moment?
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more failed doom buddy, nutting ain't gonna happen - so get back to work like a slave you little oik
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Chances are, you are correct.
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OP, i am correct cause you only need to look at all the failed dooms over the last 12 months or so, mayans, elenin, disclosure, san andreas, yellowstone, blossom goodchild, the list is endless - any doom predicted by humans is not only doomed to fail, it's never going to happen ever
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Doom is doomed...?

scared
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more failed doom buddy, nutting ain't gonna happen - so get back to work like a slave you little oik
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33460327


Chances are, you are correct.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


OP, i am correct cause you only need to look at all the failed dooms over the last 12 months or so, mayans, elenin, disclosure, san andreas, yellowstone, blossom goodchild, the list is endless - any doom predicted by humans is not only doomed to fail, it's never going to happen ever
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scared
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Yes, if its "out there" its not gonna happen
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GLP effect changed its trajectory. Gonna miss us by a long shot now.
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Suggested pin ! :bumps:
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Suggested pin ! :bumps:
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Re: Asteroid 2012 DA14 Close Enough to Smash Satellites in Orbit on February 15, 2013 - Added a few VIDEOS
Hmmm... Didn't Anonymous hack some government info and then post a game of Asteroids on a government website?

I think Anonymous said they weren't going to release all of the info because they didn't want to cause a panic...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19588417


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... interesting! ... hiding ! ...
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 Quoting: Wisconsin


not really

just proves what a bunch of gobshites they ALL are
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Re: Asteroid 2012 DA14 Close Enough to Smash Satellites in Orbit on February 15, 2013 - Added a few VIDEOS
We sure don't need any more smashed
satellites making more space junk.
Andy Griffith did a TV series named
Salvage 1 back in 1979 about a junk
dealer who cleaned up all the space junk.

Harry Broderick (Andy Griffith) owns the Jettison Scrap and Salvage Company, and is a specialist in reclaiming trash and junk in order to sell that as scrap. His dream is to recover equipment left on the moon during Apollo Program missions. He invites former astronaut Addison "Skip" Carmichael (Joel Higgins) and NASA fuel expert Melanie "Mel" Slozar (Trish Stewart) to assist him in this effort. He builds a spaceship dubbed Vulture completely made of reclaimed salvage and powered by a chemical called monohydrazine. The main body of Vulture is composed of a Texaco gasoline Semi-trailer with cement mixer as the capsule. This is augmented with three shorter rocket boosters placed 120 degrees around the main tank.

Noted science fiction author Isaac Asimov served as the show's scientific adviser.
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Uhoh, Asimov, the modern day prophet.

uhoh
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We sure don't need any more smashed
satellites making more space junk.
Andy Griffith did a TV series named
Salvage 1 back in 1979 about a junk
dealer who cleaned up all the space junk.

Harry Broderick (Andy Griffith) owns the Jettison Scrap and Salvage Company, and is a specialist in reclaiming trash and junk in order to sell that as scrap. His dream is to recover equipment left on the moon during Apollo Program missions. He invites former astronaut Addison "Skip" Carmichael (Joel Higgins) and NASA fuel expert Melanie "Mel" Slozar (Trish Stewart) to assist him in this effort. He builds a spaceship dubbed Vulture completely made of reclaimed salvage and powered by a chemical called monohydrazine. The main body of Vulture is composed of a Texaco gasoline Semi-trailer with cement mixer as the capsule. This is augmented with three shorter rocket boosters placed 120 degrees around the main tank.

Noted science fiction author Isaac Asimov served as the show's scientific adviser.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5036819


Don't have the link handy... but there is an amazing amount of junk in inner space..
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We sure don't need any more smashed
satellites making more space junk.
Andy Griffith did a TV series named
Salvage 1 back in 1979 about a junk
dealer who cleaned up all the space junk.

Harry Broderick (Andy Griffith) owns the Jettison Scrap and Salvage Company, and is a specialist in reclaiming trash and junk in order to sell that as scrap. His dream is to recover equipment left on the moon during Apollo Program missions. He invites former astronaut Addison "Skip" Carmichael (Joel Higgins) and NASA fuel expert Melanie "Mel" Slozar (Trish Stewart) to assist him in this effort. He builds a spaceship dubbed Vulture completely made of reclaimed salvage and powered by a chemical called monohydrazine. The main body of Vulture is composed of a Texaco gasoline Semi-trailer with cement mixer as the capsule. This is augmented with three shorter rocket boosters placed 120 degrees around the main tank.

Noted science fiction author Isaac Asimov served as the show's scientific adviser.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5036819


Don't have the link handy... but there is an amazing amount of junk in inner space..
 Quoting: Waterbug


Yep. Enough that it is a growing concern. They have projects in development trying to figure out the best way to handle the 'junk' floating around up there.
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We sure don't need any more smashed
satellites making more space junk.
Andy Griffith did a TV series named
Salvage 1 back in 1979 about a junk
dealer who cleaned up all the space junk.

Harry Broderick (Andy Griffith) owns the Jettison Scrap and Salvage Company, and is a specialist in reclaiming trash and junk in order to sell that as scrap. His dream is to recover equipment left on the moon during Apollo Program missions. He invites former astronaut Addison "Skip" Carmichael (Joel Higgins) and NASA fuel expert Melanie "Mel" Slozar (Trish Stewart) to assist him in this effort. He builds a spaceship dubbed Vulture completely made of reclaimed salvage and powered by a chemical called monohydrazine. The main body of Vulture is composed of a Texaco gasoline Semi-trailer with cement mixer as the capsule. This is augmented with three shorter rocket boosters placed 120 degrees around the main tank.

Noted science fiction author Isaac Asimov served as the show's scientific adviser.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5036819


Damn,...I remember that as a made for TV movie, very cool. In such a relativity short time since it aired, I have heard a news piece recently on the radio where a person actually has a company that will harvest asteroids,...space junk can not be far behind.



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Awesome
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All kinds of things rely on satellites now.
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All kinds of things rely on satellites now.
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cool
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Why is it always through some stroke of luck that these always seem to miss us?
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famous last words
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Has it passed yet
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How many working satelites are there for the moment?
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How small of an object in the cloud does it take to impair or destroy a satellite? The size of a nickel?

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Re: Asteroid 2012 DA14 Close Enough to Smash Satellites in Orbit on February 15, 2013 - Added a few VIDEOS
Is there a chance that the internet will be shutdown if it happens to collide with the sats?

If it does, who will benefit from it?

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