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Could the yu55 asteroid collide with the moon?
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[quote:saros136:MV8xNjg2NzU3XzI3ODgyMTE1X0RCN0U3MThE] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1555519:MV8xNjg2NzU3X0YwQ0JBQjk1] [u]Could it? [/u]Because I know it's gonna be about 200,000 miles away from earth but what about the moon? It's also going to be traveling in the moons gravitational pull.. Anyone know anything about this? [/quote] No. The Moon's gravitational pull is part of the calculations (although not in the JPL orbital diagrams people here use). $$SOE 2011-Nov-09 07:00 0.00160426679661 -0.6106717 2011-Nov-09 07:05 0.00160327024170 -0.3830534 2011-Nov-09 07:10 0.00160273056667 -0.1550859 [u]2011-Nov-09 07:15 0.00160264828136 0.0730363[/u] 2011-Nov-09 07:20 0.00160302349580 0.3011179 2011-Nov-09 07:25 0.00160385593265 0.5289640 2011-Nov-09 07:30 0.00160514492837 0.7563808 It will approach to 240,000 km. EDIT: For comparison, the Moon will be 406,000 km from Earth then. [/quote]
Could it? Because I know it's gonna be about 200,000 miles away from earth but what about the moon? It's also going to be traveling in the moons gravitational pull.. Anyone know anything about this?
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