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Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??

 
G. House
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Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
There has to be a sweet spot, i.e. speed, distance, mass for objects that pass close to Earth; for them to be captured by Earth's gravity for them to orbit. Are there any objects known to have done this and are they tracked?

Second question. Are there any known tracked objects at Earth's Orbit Trojan points? Or rumored objects? Maybe you know and can't talk about it. First heard speculation on this in the late 70's.

Inquiring minds want to know!

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I love astromut and trust everything he says!
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
conventionally, inverse square law should apply, but overcoming angular momentum's the problem.
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Astromut knows his bussiness thats for sure.




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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
I love astromut and trust everything he says!
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
Astro are you familiar with a sothic cycle? If so are we in one and this is why the star Sirius appears to be closer?
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Hope he sees the post and replies.
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
I love astromut and trust everything he says!
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He's very good with the math. I've yet to see something he's said that's questionable.
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
I think there's a bunch of stuff in orbit.
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
Wouldn't your cousin know?
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
Wouldn't your cousin know?
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Well considering the falling out after the "incident" we haven't spoken.
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
I think there's a bunch of stuff in orbit.
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But this could be "special" stuff.
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Waiting expectantly.
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Elon Musk is a true genius.
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
I love astromut and trust everything he says!
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You've got something brown on your nose.
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
He's disappeared!
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I think I saw him and Snake over on a chemtrail thread.

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He has to be around somewhere.
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ASTROMUT will be the last Globetard standing, cognitive dissidence runs deep with this one.
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ASTROMUT will be the last Globetard standing, cognitive dissidence runs deep with this one.
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Astro isn't stupid.

His JOB is to lie to u on these forums.

Wake up
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
ASTROMUT will be the last Globetard standing, cognitive dissidence runs deep with this one.
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Astro isn't stupid.

His JOB is to lie to u on these forums.

Wake up
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Oh he does his job quite well ...
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
You have to title the thread planet x is here or something.. Then alarm bells go off at his house and he will be right in here..
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He's a Russian bot hell bent on disinformation hiding
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
ASTROMUT will be the last Globetard standing, cognitive dissidence runs deep with this one.
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Astro isn't stupid.

His JOB is to lie to u on these forums.

Wake up
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He hasn't been wrong yet. People just don't like it when he debunks the incoming asteroid threads. Of course if you are flat earthtard, you aren't going to like him either.
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
The moon.
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I'm totally gay, I OOZE GAY (from my buttocks!)
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
There has to be a sweet spot, i.e. speed, distance, mass for objects that pass close to Earth; for them to be captured by Earth's gravity for them to orbit. Are there any objects known to have done this and are they tracked?

Second question. Are there any known tracked objects at Earth's Orbit Trojan points? Or rumored objects? Maybe you know and can't talk about it. First heard speculation on this in the late 70's.

Inquiring minds want to know!
 Quoting: G. House


If you put the word "Nibiru" into your post he will be guaranteed to show up within 0.3 seconds.
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
It's Friday night, maybe he'll show.
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
Maybe today.
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