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Meteor' Sightings Caught on Camera Over Aberdeenshire!!!

 
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Meteor' sightings caught on camera over Aberdeenshire

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What is a fireball? What is the difference between a fireball and a bolide?

[link to www.amsmeteors.org]
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Meteor' sightings caught on camera over Aberdeenshire

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That flash was seen just out side edinburgh 500 miles from aberdeen,yes there will be others clear skies tonight
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Most meteorites are fragments of small planets shattered by collisions early in the history of the Solar System. These remnants now form the Asteroid Belt, where many thousands of small objects endlessly circle the Sun between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
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Meteor' sightings caught on camera over Aberdeenshire

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That flash was seen just out side edinburgh 500 miles from aberdeen,yes there will be others clear skies tonight
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We are going to get smacked by something sizable, sooner or later.

Would not surprise me a bit, if it was the former.
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Asteroids have no atmosphere, but many are large enough to exert a gravitational pull — some, in fact, have one or two companion moons, or they form binary systems, in which two similarly sized asteroids orbit each other.

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this was all over the new this morning, bright flash, rumbling sound and the ground shook

obviously a big one!
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Uncertainties, still, for asteroid 2013 TX68

The uncertainty of the exact date of closest approach as well as the precise orbit, is due to the fact that asteroid 2013 TX68 was just observed during 10 days (including the newly found pre-discovery images). That is still a short time to define an orbit precisely. After it was observed and tracked for those few days in 2013, the asteroid passed into Earth’s daytime sky and could no longer be observed.

On February 11, 2016, NASA removed asteroid 2013 TX68 from a list of space rocks with possibilities of future impact with Earth over the next 100 years.
We will find out very soon, but scientists are not concerned. Paul Chodas, manager of NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS):

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this was all over the new this morning, bright flash, rumbling sound and the ground shook

obviously a big one!
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can you give a link of your news thanks
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I have been wondering if 2013TX68 has companions or
"moons" as you suggest...and it looks like it may be
a "cluster" and not just ONE object.

Is it my imagination or do we have a HUGE amount of
bad news on our "doom plate" for March...the Dam in
Iraq about to fail, the in-bound asteroids, the carbon
monoxide-plume just released possibly signaling a large
quake for the West Coast of the U.S....No wonder the
phrase "Beware the IDES OF MARCH" is so FAMOUS!

Interesting thread, thanks!

fivestars

Here is Suspicious Observer's 4-Minute News for 3-01-2016.
(The video is NOT the one at the top, it is the 2nd video
posted on his UTUBE channel.) He has some footage of the
meteorite.


[link to youtu.be (secure)]
FairUSE

cheers
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There have been a number of sightings of a suspected meteor over Scotland on Monday evening.

Video footage shows a bright flash in the sky over the north east of the country about 6.45pm.
[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
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I have been wondering if 2013TX68 has companions or
"moons" as you suggest...and it looks like it may be
a "cluster" and not just ONE object.

Is it my imagination or do we have a HUGE amount of
bad news on our "doom plate" for March...the Dam in
Iraq about to fail, the in-bound asteroids, the carbon
monoxide-plume just released possibly signaling a large
quake for the West Coast of the U.S....No wonder the
phrase "Beware the IDES OF MARCH" is so FAMOUS!

Interesting thread, thanks!

:fivestars:

cheers
O'sCookie
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hidingsome AC was asking for doom it may come
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NASA’s All Sky Fireball Network


[link to fireballs.ndc.nasa.gov]
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[link to fireballs.ndc.nasa.gov]

fireballs
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Sometimes asteroids have small moons or travel in equal-sized pairs. Most asteroids have unusual shapes because they have experienced many collisions and do not have a strong enough gravity to pull themselves back into a sphere. Asteroids are not visible to the unaided eye, but some can be seen with small telescopes or even binoculars.
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Meteor' sightings caught on camera over Aberdeenshire

[link to www.bbc.com]


What is a fireball? What is the difference between a fireball and a bolide?

[link to www.amsmeteors.org]
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He's driving on the wrong side of the road...looking out my window right now there's a Rolls Royce Silver Cloud right hand drive in my parking lot, what an awkward piece of shit to drive.
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I am a licensed firearm holder. I will, under protection of law, use lethal force if attacked.

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Startled social media users took to Twitter to report seeing the suspected meteor, saying it caused a loud boom as well.

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Meteor' sightings caught on camera over Aberdeenshire

[link to www.bbc.com]


What is a fireball? What is the difference between a fireball and a bolide?

[link to www.amsmeteors.org]
 Quoting: Goofy for God


He's driving on the wrong side of the road...looking out my window right now there's a Rolls Royce Silver Cloud right hand drive in my parking lot, what an awkward piece of shit to drive.
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No bad words naughty
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Thousands of people saw hug flash of light from Inverness to Edinburgh
Light followed by rolling bang that some thought was satellite sonic boom
Twitter lit up with speculation over the event, which made ground shake
Police and the MoD said they were unaware of what could have caused it

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]



Our astronomers do a great job but just like this , they do not and can not catch them allhiding
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The number of random, or “sporadic” meteors that can be seen in the night sky is quite variable, depending upon such factors as the time of night, time of year, light pollution, and cloud conditions. Perhaps the most important factors necessary in order to observe meteors are to have a clear, unobstructed view, out in the open, and under as dark sky conditions as possible.

Over the course of a night, it will be noticed that more sporadic meteors can be seen in the hours before sunrise than in the hours after sunset. This is due to the motion of the Earth as it revolves around the sun, with the leading edge (morning side) of the Earth encountering more meteoroids than the trailing edge (evening side). In general, 2 to 3 times as many meteors can be seen in the hour or so just before morning twilight, than can be seen in the early evening. Additionally, the numbers of random, or sporadic meteors will also vary from season to season, due to the tilt of the Earth on its axis and other factors. As a general rule, about 2 to 3 times as many sporadic meteors can be seen in the early fall (September) as can be seen in the early spring (March). Together, these two effects can generate a fluctuation in the hourly rate of sporadic meteors by a factor of 4 to 9 times, over the course of the year.

Under good conditions, only about 2-4 sporadic meteors can be seen per hour in the early evening in March, with this rate increasing to about 4-8 sporadic meteors per hour by morning twilight. These rates will then slowly increase throughout the spring and summer. By the month of September, the evening sporadic rate will be up to about 4-8 meteors per hour, increasing up to about 8-16 sporadic meteors per hour by morning twilight. Throughout the remainder of the fall and winter, these rates will slowly drop off, returning to the March levels again. Note that these rates are rough guidelines only, with random statistical fluctuations, observing conditions, and personal perception all playing a role in the actual number of meteors seen.
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HUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

M4.6 - North of Svalbard
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HUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

M4.6 - North of Svalbard
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ok just looked at a map hiding
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[link to www.youtube.com (secure)] 2016 DV1 (150 ft) Close Encounter with Earth 3 March 2016, JUST Discovered
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Most meteorites are fragments of small planets shattered by collisions early in the history of the Solar System. These remnants now form the Asteroid Belt, where many thousands of small objects endlessly circle the Sun between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
[link to www.armaghplanet.com]
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Correct, there was another planet. That cataclysm iss why our moon looks like it does (craters). It was a big event.
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Most meteorites are fragments of small planets shattered by collisions early in the history of the Solar System. These remnants now form the Asteroid Belt, where many thousands of small objects endlessly circle the Sun between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
[link to www.armaghplanet.com]
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Correct, there was another planet. That cataclysm iss why our moon looks like it does (craters). It was a big event.
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Wrong. The moon was formed out of a collision between two planets. Earth and our moon were the product of that. The craters are cosmic acne.
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(The craters are from asteroid etc impacts)
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Most meteorites are fragments of small planets shattered by collisions early in the history of the Solar System. These remnants now form the Asteroid Belt, where many thousands of small objects endlessly circle the Sun between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
[link to www.armaghplanet.com]
 Quoting: Goofy for God


Correct, there was another planet. That cataclysm iss why our moon looks like it does (craters). It was a big event.
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Wrong. The moon was formed out of a collision between two planets. Earth and our moon were the product of that. The craters are cosmic acne.
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Oh that is right! You are there. Tell us more oh timeless one.

Fucking retard.
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There have been a number of sightings of a suspected meteor over Scotland on Monday evening.

Video footage shows a bright flash in the sky over the north east of the country about 6.45pm.
[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
 Quoting: Goofy for God


If anything especially of any size is going to hit Earth you won't hear about it until it happens. You're more likely to hear it here first.





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