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New Comet LoveJoy Discovered: Destination Unknown

 
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what's going on apr 25-26. it looks right on top of earth eventhough it says 0.445 au?


[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]
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Move the slide bars on either the vertical or horizontantal axis to change the perspective and you will see that the comet and earth are not on a collision course.
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Note NASA's disclaimer at the top saying their orbital predictions arn't that accurate anyway, so it could be closer, or further away. Only time will tell. I'm going to keep an eye on this one.
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laugh
reverend lovejoy: "... and the Lord said, Whack ye all the serpents which crawl on their bellies and thy town will be a beacon unto others. So you see Lisa, even God himself endorses whacking day."
 Quoting: floydian slip


Reverend Lovejoy: This so-called new religion is nothing but a pack of weird rituals and chants designed to take away the money of fools. Let's say the Lord's Prayer 40 times, but first let's pass the collection plate.
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listen carefully to me!!!!!!

THIS IS DEFINITELY BLUE STAR KACHINA

the galactic tsunami will make turn comet
lovejoy's color from green to blue!!!

trust me!!!

this is an ESA - insider - information
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Since there is the possibility that Comet Lovejoy has two cores, I think the the two cores should be named Lenny and Carl
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Blue Katchina???
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any new images ?
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if the last two comet discoveries were by "amatures"

how many have we missed? are more to come in the

approching days/weeks/months?
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03/21/2007 07:03 AM
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Congratulations on the discovery Uncle Ter, didn't realize how big a thing it was until i looked around here :O Good to see the hours of staring at photo's have payed off!! Laters.
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bump
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:)
just for fun:
PDF LINK -> [link to efanzines.com]

[snip] (paragraph edited for easier reading)

The Cometeers Fantasy Press; Reading, PA, 1950 310 $3.00 3,162 copies FP blue-green binding, of which 500 were signed and numbered by the author on tip-in sheet; 30 Grant blue cloth binding, blue cloth with endpapers. Jacket, endpapers, and frontispiece by Edd Cartier.

Two sequels to The Legion of Space. ***[a] “The Cometeers.” A colossal disc-shaped cloud of shining green appears out of interstellar space. Startled astronomers of the thirtieth century refer to it as a comet, for want of a better name.

But when the strange object halts in space beyond Pluto, and unseen raiders from within the “comet” invade the Solar System, amazement changes to panic.

What was thought to be an enormous green comet is really a 12-million-mile-long space vessel with an artificial sun and many planets within it, and it is controlled by a race of non-material energy beings who are far ahead of the solar system in civilization and virulently hostile.

AKKA is powerless against them, for the Cometeers have its secret, which had been rediscovered by an android genius, Stephen Orco, who exchanged AKKA for a Cometeer body and power.
The Legion of Space sends out its newest, most powerful space ship to investigate the Cometeers—the mysterious invaders—onboard are Bob Star, son of John Star and Aladoree, and three legionaries.

They make their way to the Comet, are captured, escape, and with Giles’s peculiar talent, penetrate the Cometeer defenses and find an invincible weapon.

“One Against the Legion,” its sequel, takes place several years later, when the Basilisk, a madman with a matter-transmitter threatens civilization. AKKA is useless against him, for his identity and location are not known.

Chan Derron, cashiered from the Legion and a hunted man—because the Basilisk has thrown suspicion upon him—is suspected of being the Basilisk.

His evasion of the Legion, plus interventions and false-trails by the Basilisk form the story. Giles Habibula and other Legion personnel play a less important part in the story, although Giles turns out to be an unsuspecting grandfather.

***The first story is fairly good old-fashioned space-opera, not quite up to its predecessor. The second story is really a mystery set in the future, and will not baffle the reader for a moment. The thinly drawn characterizations of the Legionaries are, at long last, becoming tiresome.

[snip]
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latest image, still no tail visable;.

[link to www.igomoo.com]
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New image 23 March 07

[link to www.sungrazer.org]
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Can anyone see the tail yet?
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What if it was not a coincidence that this comet is named Lovejoy. I know about the astronomer that discovered it (that it was his name) But still. Coincidence ? What if the way the universe works is trying to tell us something ?
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Green Comet Spotted Down Under

Comet Lovejoy (see photo), discovered recently by Terry Lovejoy of Thornlands, Australia, is on its way into the solar system. The existence of this lovely green comet was confirmed by John Drummond of Gisborne, New Zealand.

A green comet, you say? If you're a science fiction fan, I know what you're thinking - what about Cometeers?

In his excellent 1936 novel The Cometeers, author Jack Williamson recounts the story of what appears to be a strange green comet entering the solar system.

"Perhaps it's a comet." Still frowning, Bob Star swung back toward the observatory. "It looked like one - it was a short streak of that queer, misty green, instead of the point a star would show..."

Inside the chilly gloom of the observatory, Bob sat down at the telescope. Its mechanisms whirred softly, in swift response to his touch. The great barrel swung to search space with its photoelectric eyes, and the pale beam of the projector flashed across to the concave screen.

...He stepped up the electronic magnification. Vindemiatrix and the fainter stars slipped out of the field. The comet hung alone, and swiftly grew. Its shape was puzzling - a strangely perfect ellipsoid. A greenish football, he thought, kicked at the System out of the night of space - by what?

It turns out that they are seeing an alien force field millions of miles in extent, containing worlds enslaved by the Cometeers, an alien race of energy beings.

Sure, you're skeptical - it's just science fiction. Sometimes a green comet - is just a green comet; cyanogen and diatomic carbon in the coma cause the green color. But what if I told you this green comet is sneaking up from below the solar system?

Comet Lovejoy's orbit is almost perpendicular to the plane of the ecliptic. At present (20-Mar-2007), the comet is approaching the solar system from below, moving from southern to northern skies. Comet Lovejoy is expected to brighten to 7th magnitude (not quite a naked-eye object), at the point in its orbit when it is closest to Earth (.44 AU - about 41 million miles).

This sounds underhanded to me; it's just the sort of thing you'd expect from the Cometeers. Fortunately, the Aussies (and Kiwis) are obviously alert.

Read about another green comet - Comet Machholz from 2005. Read more at SpaceWeather and Possum Observatory; thanks to Fred for the tip.

[link to www.space.com]
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see this ?

posted yesterday

see this ?

no replays
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4/2/2007

Comet Lovejoy is NOT ALONE!

[link to www.igomoo.com]
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I think (not 100% sure?) that comet broke into two body(pc's)? One of them might get closer to Earth than the other.
Again, I am just guessing. What do you think ?
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Comet Lovejoy passes by very close to the Earth's orbital path and just ahead of us April 15, 2007 and we arrive at its flyby location around May 14/07 or about 1 month later. The comet is only .442 AU's away on April 25/07 at its closest approach.

[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]

The close approach of this comet could be why there are increased earthquakes and a recent sudden cold winter blast. Things could get interesting over the next few weeks!
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Comet Lovejoy passes by very close to the Earth's orbital path and just ahead of us April 15, 2007 and we arrive at its flyby location around May 14/07 or about 1 month later. The comet is only .442 AU's away on April 25/07 at its closest approach.

[link to neo.jpl.nasa.gov]

The close approach of this comet could be why there are increased earthquakes and a recent sudden cold winter blast. Things could get interesting over the next few weeks!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 147002


What a load of crap. The mass of a comet is insufficient to affect the earth in any way, shape or form.

If such was the case, Mercury and Venus would have an affect on the earth - which they don't.
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I think (not 100% sure?) that comet broke into two body(pc's)? One of them might get closer to Earth than the other.
Again, I am just guessing. What do you think ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 212785

Yes! thank you. I don't know about two pieces, maybe but I'm betting there will be serious debris from this comet that makes it into our orbit.
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On March 15th, Terry Lovejoy of Thornlands, Australia, discovered a new comet (C/2007 E2) in the southern constellation Indus. Remarkably, to make the find he used not a telescope but just a camera--a Canon 350D. At Lovejoy's request, John Drummund of Gisborne, New Zealand, confirmed the comet with this photo taken through a 0.41-m reflector:

[link to www.possumobservatory.co.nz]

The new comet is green, 9th-magnitude, and located approximately at right ascension 20h 42m 55s, declination -50o 43' 14" (ref: International Astronomical Union Circular 8819). A detailed ephemeris is not yet available, so it is impossible to say how bright Comet Lovejoy will become--or even which way it will go. Stay tuned for updates.

[link to spaceweather.com]
 Quoting: theresident





April 15 is an interesting date for a near-Earth fly-by cuz it's conjunct the Black Hole *Hades*... which has always meant *the end of all humanity*. Russian scientists are watching it intensely.





bumpgreen Comet Lovejoy is of major importance. watch out.
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bumpgreen Comet Lovejoy is of major importance. watch out.
 Quoting: Wasayo


No, it is not.

Drink it up, another 6 weeks and you will never hear of it again.

Do you even remember the name of the last comet to stir up a big scare here?

Probably naught.


At least you could see that one.
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Interesting.

Missed this.




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