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Researchers speculate that Earth's gravity might even cause seismic activity on the 50m-wide space rock.

 
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Researchers speculate that Earth's gravity might even cause seismic activity on the 50m-wide space rock.
Well dreams and gut feelings now they say this damned

ASTEROID FLYBY: At 2:25 p.m. EST (19:25 UTC) on Friday, Feb. 15th, asteroid 2012 DA14 will fly past Earth only 17,200 miles above our planet's surface. This will put it well inside the orbit of geosynchronous satellites, closer than any asteroid of the same size has come since regular sky surveys began in the 1990s. Researchers speculate that Earth's gravity might even cause seismic activity on the 50m-wide space rock. Click to view a computer simulation of the flyby, courtesy of NASA:

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Thread: The Comet 2012 DA14, The Coast, and my Dreams! Any Dreams or Feelings

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Re: Researchers speculate that Earth's gravity might even cause seismic activity on the 50m-wide space rock.
Damn. If that rock starts cracking, and breaking apart...might we see bits pulled into us?

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