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DOOMSDAY (OP)

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Added story link to OP, thanks. Any YouTube videos of it yet?
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Thank you friend!
Doom on baby!
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Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
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ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Ya Astro. We demand answers now :-(
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


Yeah AstroSuckNut, where you at?
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I've seen green ones that lasted way longer than that cali one a few years back in the Midwest. Nothing is going on people are just looking up.
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BS. You think people normally miss fireballs as bright as the full moon. Go back to sleep...
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Added story link to OP, thanks. Any YouTube videos of it yet?
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 Quoting: Dangerwalt


Thank you friend!
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That was NOT a typical shooting star. Big things going on...
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Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Ya Astro. We demand answers now :-(
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


Yeah AstroSuckNut, where you at?
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He arrived only to shill away.

astroshill at his best
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Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Ya Astro. We demand answers now :-(
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


Yeah AstroSuckNut, where you at?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30049219


He already showed up. It's all peaches and cream, love. The Earth gets a massive meteor hit and sonic booms that rattle homes 50+ miles away every February. No worries. We're all good.
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ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Ya Astro. We demand answers now :-(
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


Yeah AstroSuckNut, where you at?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30049219


He already showed up. It's all peaches and cream, love. The Earth gets a massive meteor hit and sonic booms that rattle homes 50+ miles away every February. No worries. We're all good.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1324238


February is fireball month don'tcha know.
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Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

That is not to downplay this month's events, this ranks right up there as one of the most significant; the Russia fireball was massive indeed. Still not Tunguska level (that was between 10-100 times as powerful), but it will go down in the history books nonetheless.
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February is fireball month don'tcha know.
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Fuck yeah it is. Shit I remember this same shit last February, it was in uh...damn.
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Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Ya Astro. We demand answers now :-(
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


Yeah AstroSuckNut, where you at?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30049219


See above. Oh no, fireballs, let's yell at Astro. That makes sense. Demand answers... you people act like I made some guarantee that February fireballs wouldn't happen this year. 2012 DA14 didn't hit us, that is all I promised.
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Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


bump for the idiots who keep bitching at me.
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Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


bump for the idiots who keep bitching at me.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


At least the *right* idiots are yelling at you. Then you can be confident that you're doing something right.
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Where do you hail from, bb? I like the way you type.

Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


bump for the idiots who keep bitching at me.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro
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ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


bump for the idiots who keep bitching at me.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


At least the *right* idiots are yelling at you. Then you can be confident that you're doing something right.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74444


Very true.
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Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

That is not to downplay this month's events, this ranks right up there as one of the most significant; the Russia fireball was massive indeed. Still not Tunguska level (that was between 10-100 times as powerful), but it will go down in the history books nonetheless.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well, technically you are correct. "DA14" did not hit us. It detonated 70-30km above the surface of Chelyabinsk. The Chelyabinsk "meteor" was DA14. The estimates of the size and mass of the Chelyabinsk "meteor" keep growing, approaching the size of DA14. Satflare.com showed DA14's trajectory over the same region of Russia where the "meteor" event occurred. This was not a cosmic coincidence.

Now the question becomes: What is causing the increase of large "meteors" that have been observed around the world in the last 48 hours?
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Where do you hail from, bb? I like the way you type.

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ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


bump for the idiots who keep bitching at me.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33365662


Florida
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Astro Slut?? Whats going on??? We be scared!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27073383


ya astrojerk, whats the story?
 Quoting: Matrix-V


Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


bump for the idiots who keep bitching at me.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


It's mostly because you are a dick, but you kinda have to be with some of the people here. but still, two wrongs etc etc blah blah yada yada yada.
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Surely the Tampa and/or Port St Lucie were a seperate event from Miami - that or else that was one big ole fireball to travel that 2-300 plus ground miles thru the sky before burning up...
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What was the other one in America other than Florida?

I thought I read at least 2 the other day?
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Tampa or Port St. Louis ok.

The other Miami?
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Added story link to OP, thanks. Any YouTube videos of it yet?
 Quoting: DOOMSDAY



 Quoting: Dangerwalt


Thank you friend!
 Quoting: DOOMSDAY


hfhfhf
Just one any....

The first symptom of stupidity is to think that we already know everything...

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Or are we confusing 1 for 2?
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Yay, let's call Dr. Astro nasty names because "stuff is happening."

"The generally enhanced number of sound generating fireballs reported between the months of January and April is keyed, we
suggest, to the meteorite fall rate, which is also enhanced over the same time interval."
[link to hyperion2.cc.uregina.ca]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to www.nature.com]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

[link to articles.adsabs.harvard.edu]

February is historically an active month for fireballs and meteors.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


bump for the idiots who keep bitching at me.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


At least the *right* idiots are yelling at you. Then you can be confident that you're doing something right.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74444


Very true.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Well, right now I have IDW/A.A yelling at me on a thread that the tracking telescopes need constant adjustment.

"I happen to*KNOW* that they are, not only because of my extensive research on the subject, but because there is no way in hell the method of timekeeping now in use could be accurate over a period of more than few months in accurately tracking stars and planets.

ANY telescope that operates by "clockwork" must be calibrated with every use. I know this from my own use of telescopes that use this technology.
 Quoting: IDW


So sayeth IDW/A.A, resident expert on everything. So at least some of the right idiots are yelling at me, too.
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All interesting no doubt. But call me when they start dropping by the thousands and make it to the ground. Then I'll start to worry. Otherwise, we got bigger fish to fry.

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2 in the state of Florida.

Thread: meteor east of Tampa Bay FL
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:5aelenin2:
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OMG!!!!! Love it!!!thanks for the gigglehf
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lol
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