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Comet ISON's debris is following the original orbit of the comet.

 
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Thanks, DR!!Hopefully this will make it easier for people to see that doom is really off.
hf
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doom is never off. Ego is always doomy yoda
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Re: Comet ISON's debris is following the original orbit of the comet.
take a magnet and a 16 penny nail and on a table see how close the magnet gets to the nail before its affected.

now with the same magnet get some sewing straight pins and do the same thing.

the straight pins represent the fragments of ISON .

the sun will have an affect on the smaller pieces slowing them.

so whats left of ISON might not travel in front of our orbit but in fact pepper us like a shotgun.

DOOM ON --- put the tomato plants back inside.
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You missed the point; it's going far above our orbit. The debris is still following that trajectory, it's not coming anywhere near us. It wouldn't even matter if it was "slowed down" and hit the same ecliptic longitude as earth while passing 1 AU - it
still would pass far above us.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


So as it bounces off the sun. And spun out of control
At over 800,000 mph. It was not effected at all?


There are not a billion ISON chunks headed our way.



norespect
 Quoting: Neptune Fabricator

It didn't "bounce" off the sun, the debris is continuing to follow the orbit I predicted back in September.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Why was it delayed @ perahlion. Sol grabbed it and stripped the coma. It was spinning as it bounced off the Sun electrical fields. Or started.spinning after it hit?



Well Its Official...
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Thanks, DR!!Hopefully this will make it easier for people to see that doom is really off.
hf
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doom is never off. Ego is always doomy yoda
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The same ego that is determined to badger those who are trying to share the truth...

Keep it up Astro
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Ok here's the thing from youR title, Astro:

Comet ISON's debris is following the original orbit of the comet


You or NASA or whoever had to have a good view/ some nice pics to determine this. Care to share these pics with the public or....

DO YOU INSIST ON CONTINUING THE COVER-UP !!????
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Hi Astro,

Do you think we will get any images like we did with comet 73p/Schwassman-Wachmann?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Thanks
 Quoting: Squatch team 6 44984383



See! the public wants images. What's the COVER-UP??????
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Ok here's the thing from youR title, Astro:

Comet ISON's debris is following the original orbit of the comet


You or NASA or whoever had to have a good view/ some nice pics to determine this. Care to share these pics with the public or....

DO YOU INSIST ON CONTINUING THE COVER-UP !!????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


he showed you the picture he used, and you can clearly see the small debris field near the top of the picture.

you can even find video of the debris field spreading and thinning out prior to the image Astro used
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Thanks, DR!!Hopefully this will make it easier for people to see that doom is really off.
hf
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doom is never off. Ego is always doomy yoda
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 49441912


The same ego that is determined to badger those who are trying to share the truth...

Keep it up Astro
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ego itself is false. There you go with your claim
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You missed the point; it's going far above our orbit. The debris is still following that trajectory, it's not coming anywhere near us. It wouldn't even matter if it was "slowed down" and hit the same ecliptic longitude as earth while passing 1 AU - it
still would pass far above us.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


So as it bounces off the sun. And spun out of control
At over 800,000 mph. It was not effected at all?


There are not a billion ISON chunks headed our way.



norespect
 Quoting: Neptune Fabricator

It didn't "bounce" off the sun, the debris is continuing to follow the orbit I predicted back in September.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


the thing exploded and is mushrooming outwards, what trajectory ? like a double barrel shotgun. boom.
 Quoting: boilerbengal


Well this "shotgun" isn't aimed anywhere near us.
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Ok here's the thing from youR title, Astro:

Comet ISON's debris is following the original orbit of the comet


You or NASA or whoever had to have a good view/ some nice pics to determine this. Care to share these pics with the public or....

DO YOU INSIST ON CONTINUING THE COVER-UP !!????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


he showed you the picture he used, and you can clearly see the small debris field near the top of the picture.

you can even find video of the debris field spreading and thinning out prior to the image Astro used
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No. This >> [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Ok here's the thing from youR title, Astro:

Comet ISON's debris is following the original orbit of the comet


You or NASA or whoever had to have a good view/ some nice pics to determine this. Care to share these pics with the public or....

DO YOU INSIST ON CONTINUING THE COVER-UP !!????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


he showed you the picture he used, and you can clearly see the small debris field near the top of the picture.

you can even find video of the debris field spreading and thinning out prior to the image Astro used
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50347529


No. This >> [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


That's a completely different comet. As the AC mentioned, I showed you what pictures I used, there is no "cover-up" of the images, I gave you the links in the very first post.
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Re: Comet ISON's debris is following the original orbit of the comet.
I've had a lot of people ask me about this, so I wanted to go ahead and do some astrometry on the debris visible in SOHO's C3 imager as it left the field of view. Here's the image I used:
[link to sohowww.nascom.nasa.gov]
Here's the astrometrically solved version of that image:
[link to nova.astrometry.net]
Here are the ephemeris I generated for ISON months before perihelion:
[link to dropcanvas.com]
Granted those ephemeris are specific to my observing site, not SOHO's position, but because we're dealing with a widefield imager here it won't matter to a huge extent. The main thing I want to answer is whether or not the debris is heading off in some strange direction as has been suggested by some posters.

I have highlighted the spot where ISON was predicted to be in the astrometrically solved image with a green circle. Again, my ephemeris was generated way back in September, and as you can see, the debris is continuing to follow ISON's orbit, which means it's not a threat for "impact."
[link to img138.imageshack.us]
Of course, this also means that yes, we CAN know where a comet will go after perihelion before perihelion has happened.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro



thanks! could you edit your thread title to say 'unsurprisingly'? :D
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Ok here's the thing from youR title, Astro:

Comet ISON's debris is following the original orbit of the comet


You or NASA or whoever had to have a good view/ some nice pics to determine this. Care to share these pics with the public or....

DO YOU INSIST ON CONTINUING THE COVER-UP !!????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


he showed you the picture he used, and you can clearly see the small debris field near the top of the picture.

you can even find video of the debris field spreading and thinning out prior to the image Astro used
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50347529


No. This >> [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


That's a completely different comet. As the AC mentioned, I showed you what pictures I used, there is no "cover-up" of the images, I gave you the links in the very first post.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Again, do you think we expect images like this in the coming days from Hubble? Didn't we get nice images of shoemaker breaking up before entry into Jupiter as well?

Thanks again!
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Thanks, DR!!Hopefully this will make it easier for people to see that doom is really off.
hf
 Quoting: green_girl


Only 10 minutes after posting, Astro's personal cheering section comes out in force.

It's truly laughable...
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Ok here's the thing from youR title, Astro:

Comet ISON's debris is following the original orbit of the comet


You or NASA or whoever had to have a good view/ some nice pics to determine this. Care to share these pics with the public or....

DO YOU INSIST ON CONTINUING THE COVER-UP !!????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


he showed you the picture he used, and you can clearly see the small debris field near the top of the picture.

you can even find video of the debris field spreading and thinning out prior to the image Astro used
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50347529


No. This >> [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


That's a completely different comet. As the AC mentioned, I showed you what pictures I used, there is no "cover-up" of the images, I gave you the links in the very first post.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


I'm talking about 'up close and personal" images. That's the point I was trying to make. I know it's a different comet.
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I wonder, if Astro bring proofs, why is this thread so low coted??

I am one who think we will be hit by debris but can't cote this thread low because it simply does not deserve it.

I know, I know I am with stupid....
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I wonder, if Astro bring proofs, why is this thread so low coted??

I am one who think we will be hit by debris but can't cote this thread low because it simply does not deserve it.

I know, I know I am with stupid....
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Haters going to hate.
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he showed you the picture he used, and you can clearly see the small debris field near the top of the picture.

you can even find video of the debris field spreading and thinning out prior to the image Astro used
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50347529


No. This >> [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


That's a completely different comet. As the AC mentioned, I showed you what pictures I used, there is no "cover-up" of the images, I gave you the links in the very first post.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Again, do you think we expect images like this in the coming days from Hubble? Didn't we get nice images of shoemaker breaking up before entry into Jupiter as well?

Thanks again!
 Quoting: Squatch team 6 44984383


Awesome! Shoemaker below

[link to apod.nasa.gov]

[link to apod.nasa.gov]

I hope we get some incredible images like this from ISON!
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he showed you the picture he used, and you can clearly see the small debris field near the top of the picture.

you can even find video of the debris field spreading and thinning out prior to the image Astro used
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50347529


No. This >> [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


That's a completely different comet. As the AC mentioned, I showed you what pictures I used, there is no "cover-up" of the images, I gave you the links in the very first post.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


I'm talking about 'up close and personal" images. That's the point I was trying to make. I know it's a different comet.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


Not necessary to see where the debris is going; the "up close" image of SW-3 you posted is an HST image with an incredibly small field of view. We're looking here at the motion of the entire cloud of debris, covering about half a degree from SOHO's perspective, it's all headed in the same general direction that ISON would have been headed anyway, which is far away from us well above our orbit.
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Thanks, DR!!Hopefully this will make it easier for people to see that doom is really off.
hf
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Only 10 minutes after posting, Astro's personal cheering section comes out in force.

It's truly laughable...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22944982


sorry it took me so long, i didnt notice the thread right away.
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COMET ISON IS DEAD! GET IT THRU YOUR STUPID IGNORANT BRAINS . GO BACK TO YOUR PATHETIC LIVES .
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Thanks, DR!!Hopefully this will make it easier for people to see that doom is really off.
hf
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he showed you the picture he used, and you can clearly see the small debris field near the top of the picture.

you can even find video of the debris field spreading and thinning out prior to the image Astro used
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 50347529


No. This >> [link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


That's a completely different comet. As the AC mentioned, I showed you what pictures I used, there is no "cover-up" of the images, I gave you the links in the very first post.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Again, do you think we expect images like this in the coming days from Hubble? Didn't we get nice images of shoemaker breaking up before entry into Jupiter as well?

Thanks again!
 Quoting: Squatch team 6 44984383


Unfortunately Hubble has to wait until the it's 50 degrees from the sun before it can take any pictures at all. By that time it's quite possible that the debris will have scattered out of the field of view. I personally expect that only a few fragments, if any, will be detected. I could be wrong though, and it would make for a cool image if I was, but I wouldn't hold your breath.
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COMET ISON IS DEAD! GET IT THRU YOUR STUPID IGNORANT BRAINS . GO BACK TO YOUR PATHETIC LIVES .
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Thank you.

Your copious use of the capital letter has convinced me.
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No. This >> [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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That's a completely different comet. As the AC mentioned, I showed you what pictures I used, there is no "cover-up" of the images, I gave you the links in the very first post.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


I'm talking about 'up close and personal" images. That's the point I was trying to make. I know it's a different comet.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8852788


Not necessary to see where the debris is going; the "up close" image of SW-3 you posted is an HST image with an incredibly small field of view. We're looking here at the motion of the entire cloud of debris, covering about half a degree from SOHO's perspective, it's all headed in the same general direction that ISON would have been headed anyway, which is far away from us well above our orbit.
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Some of us still want close-up pics. Who are you to tell me "nothing to see here." ?
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Thanks, DR!!Hopefully this will make it easier for people to see that doom is really off.
hf
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Doom is on like donky kong.
Not with Ison doe.
Guess you're to buissy watching the stars to notice what happens on earth!
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Thanks, DR!!Hopefully this will make it easier for people to see that doom is really off.
hf
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Doom is on like donky kong.
Not with Ison doe.
Guess you're to buissy watching the stars to notice what happens on earth!
yoda
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on the contrary, i made almost the same post as you earlier today. there is earth bound doom, just not ison doom. We are 11o% ison doom free!!
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Bullshit!!!

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:) whoa. that 333 issue seems deleted.. glp rules..

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