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

 
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
Maybe today.
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Maybe Astromut is Starman...5a
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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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cruise
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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

Another good observation OP.

A sweet spot could also have occurred for an object to orbit earth such as the moon. Surely with billions of years or however old these astro-scientists claim earth is the odds of this should have already occurred dozens of times especially when you factor in the craters of our moon and if they were caused by meteor strikes surely some would have tasted the sweet-spot.

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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
Where is he?
"Everybody lies."
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02/17/2018 08:27 AM
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
its not in the shill book, maybe they can update the next version to include this question
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its not in the shill book, maybe they can update the next version to include this question
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Elon Musk is a slimy lizard n Earth doesn't rotate. Keep drinking that Kool Aid though. Freemasons love that magical control they have on yer minds
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Elon Musk is a slimy lizard n Earth doesn't rotate. Keep drinking that Kool Aid though. Freemasons love that magical control they have on yer minds
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Elon Musk is one freaky weirdo, for sure.

Most likely an FtM tranny. Most prominent "men" are, you know.

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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
Looking for ASTROMUT.
"Everybody lies."
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He has to be around somewhere.
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Why don't you just "PM" him?

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02/19/2018 04:08 PM
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
...don't hold your breath, why should he give your trolling any attention or credibility?
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
...don't hold your breath, why should he give your trolling any attention or credibility?
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Trolling?

It's a legitimate question with possibly interesting answers. The main reason I'm asking him is that he's good with the math involved. He could also have little known or obscure information of what might be captured at the Trojan Points.
"Everybody lies."
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
Maybe he doesn't want to answer it?
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
Outer space?
When the one great scorer comes to write against your name, he writes not that you won or lost but how you played the game.

The stance and stare of a wolf you find yourself alone with will tell you that he is prepared to treat you as you would treat him. Whether that comforts or frightens you, he has told you all you need know about both.
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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


There's no way for Earth alone to capture an object passing by - it would have to involve the Moon, the atmosphere, or some other interaction. Basically, if it comes in at speed x, it's going to leave at speed x.

According to Wikipedia, there's exactly one object at an Earth Trojan point: 2017 TK7 at the leading L4 point: [link to en.wikipedia.org (secure)]

ASTROMUT will doubtless come up with a more eloquent response once he gets here.
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Re: Question for an astronomy expert such as a well known GLPer??
Moon landing hoax? Anyone? Anyone?





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