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NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.

 
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NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
strange.. seems to have been changed last night,
from Nov 8th to Nov 9th.

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

any ideas on why that would be?
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
Nov 9th is that test as well eh?

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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
Maybe it's slowing down, like in the movies?
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
on fox radio news break they just said in less than 24 hours..
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
dunno, check the link.. you can click it day by day,
watch its distance.. its now closest Nov 9th..
was the 8th yesterday when I looked.
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
dunno, check the link.. you can click it day by day,
watch its distance.. its now closest Nov 9th..
was the 8th yesterday when I looked.
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Nasa and the JPL just like to screw with GLP'ers.
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heh.. check the link foo :P

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Tard nuts!! Check the link.
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
i dunno.. check the site, i have only my word
that yesterday that site showed its closest approach
on Nov 8th.. and now its Nov 9th.

Well. it's even LISTED as Nov 8th on
www.spaceweather.com

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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
strange.. seems to have been changed last night,
from Nov 8th to Nov 9th.

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

any ideas on why that would be?
 Quoting: LuciousGideon


Nothing has changed, just as with the Elenin BS you people are using the Day step instead of the Hour on the crappy browser when you should be looking at the printout Close-Approach Data as shown in this video. Look back at my last three videos. The Date/Time has NOT changed.

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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
strange.. seems to have been changed last night,
from Nov 8th to Nov 9th.

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

any ideas on why that would be?
 Quoting: LuciousGideon


Nothing has changed, just as with the Elenin BS you people are using the Day step instead of the Hour on the crappy browser when you should be looking at the printout Close-Approach Data as shown in this video. Look back at my last three videos. The Date/Time has NOT changed.


 Quoting: TBar1984


hmm, i've been using the day step the entire time.. and yeah, yesterday it said nearest on the 8th.

i did just do it by hour though.. it has more time
near earth on Nov 9th.. than it does 8th.

check for yourself
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2005 YU55, also written as 2005 YU55, is a potentially hazardous asteroid[2] that is 400 meters in diameter.[3][4] It was discovered on 28 December 2005 by Robert S. McMillan at Steward Observatory, Kitt Peak.[1] On November 8 2011 it will pass within 0.85 lunar distances
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chance for a terrorist attack on America as well on November 9th, 2011.
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
i did just do it by hour though.. it has more time
near earth on Nov 9th.. than it does 8th.

check for yourself
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picardpalm
That's not the same as the close approach date... which is still the 8th. Close approach occurs about half an hour prior to midnight GMT according to the JPL data, which incidentally, agrees with my own calculations of its orbit using amateur data.
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
strange.. seems to have been changed last night,
from Nov 8th to Nov 9th.

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

any ideas on why that would be?
 Quoting: LuciousGideon


Nothing has changed, just as with the Elenin BS you people are using the Day step instead of the Hour on the crappy browser when you should be looking at the printout Close-Approach Data as shown in this video. Look back at my last three videos. The Date/Time has NOT changed.


 Quoting: TBar1984


Thanks for the up to date information, TBar!

Very interesting!

(Wish I had a pic of the guy from LaughIn to throw in here!)
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
i did just do it by hour though.. it has more time
near earth on Nov 9th.. than it does 8th.

check for yourself
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picardpalm
That's not the same as the close approach date... which is still the 8th. Close approach occurs about half an hour prior to midnight GMT according to the JPL data, which incidentally, agrees with my own calculations of its orbit using amateur data.
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so many dates flying around, what date 8th or 9th, and about what time!???
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
i did just do it by hour though.. it has more time
near earth on Nov 9th.. than it does 8th.

check for yourself
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picardpalm
That's not the same as the close approach date... which is still the 8th. Close approach occurs about half an hour prior to midnight GMT according to the JPL data, which incidentally, agrees with my own calculations of its orbit using amateur data.
 Quoting: Astromut


so many dates flying around, what date 8th or 9th, and about what time!???
 Quoting: Eimaj


The 8th, about half an hour prior to midnight GMT, which with the time change translates to about 7:30 PM eastern tomorrow night.

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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
Can someone define what 2011-Sep-09.81948702 translates into from the link above as far as what iit means and also the time?
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
i did just do it by hour though.. it has more time
near earth on Nov 9th.. than it does 8th.

check for yourself
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picardpalm
That's not the same as the close approach date... which is still the 8th. Close approach occurs about half an hour prior to midnight GMT according to the JPL data, which incidentally, agrees with my own calculations of its orbit using amateur data.
 Quoting: Astromut


so many dates flying around, what date 8th or 9th, and about what time!???
 Quoting: Eimaj


The 8th, about half an hour prior to midnight GMT, which with the time change translates to about 7:30 PM eastern tomorrow night.
 Quoting: Astromut


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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
Can someone define what 2011-Sep-09.81948702 translates into from the link above as far as what iit means and also the time?
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That was the perihelion date, the time when the asteroid was closest to the sun during this orbit. That works out to about 7:40 PM GMT on September 9th.
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
Thank you! Okay so then nothing has changed then, correct? The time NASA gave of 11/8/11 at 3:28pm PST as being the closest to.earth still holds true then?
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
strange.. seems to have been changed last night,
from Nov 8th to Nov 9th.

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov]

any ideas on why that would be?
 Quoting: LuciousGideon


Nothing has changed, just as with the Elenin BS you people are using the Day step instead of the Hour on the crappy browser when you should be looking at the printout Close-Approach Data as shown in this video. Look back at my last three videos. The Date/Time has NOT changed.


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dude!

your videos are awesome...

thank you muchly :)
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Re: NASA changes 2005 YU55's closest approach date to Nov 9th.
I came across a thread that did not have any replys

that said JPL database was down.

I agree with OP the date has changed !

I was not to concerned until now
something is up!

Yu55 was supposed to pass behind the tail of the moon about 2am today.
I researched it and calculated the time differnce to Toledo Ohio , I am in Detroit so close.... now it has changed to
Later in day on Tuesday.

I was not concerned about the EAS broadcast as it was supposed to be app 12 hours after Yu55 passed the moon at 2 A.M.

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