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They Changed the Date for 2005 YU55???!!!!
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[quote:TBar1984:MV8xNjc3NjU0XzI3NzI1NjQ2X0U3RUVDQTI1] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1537804:MV8xNjc3NjU0XzUyRUM2MEFD] Check Spaceweather.com They now have the date as for 2005 YU55 as 11/8/2011!!!! When did that happen? How can they change the date and it keep the same trajectory? Anyone???!?!?!? [/quote] Spaceweather.com does have an Archives function ya know. Go back a month and look http://www.spaceweather.com/archive.php?view=1&day=20&month=09&year=2011 [b]Nov 8[/b] You can also go back and look at the number of Sunspots during the last Solar Max, here: http://www.spaceweather.com/archive.php?month=09&day=07&year=2001&view=view :yawn: [/quote]
They now have the date as for 2005 YU55 as 11/8/2011!!!!
When did that happen?
How can they change the date and it keep the same trajectory?
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