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Ok so I’ve been heavily reading and researching the asteroid that many believe will make some type of impact tomorrow (Sunday). I’ve discovered something extremely interesting. Hear me out...

Many on GLP have referenced the link below showing an apparent asteroid that has a minimum possible distance of 0, aka impact.

[link to newton.spacedys.com (secure)]

However, this rock does not show up on NASAs official NEO site. Some wonder why, maybe it’s a cover up, I dunno. But, let’s assume for a minute that NASA tells the truth. So in researching their site linked below, you’ll find that asteroid 2020FF1 is labeled with a minimum possible distance of 1.6 LD, or about 400,000 miles from the Earth’s center. That’s pretty close right?
[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]

This leads me to my smoking gun. I googled 400,000 miles from earth just to see what pops up and I discovered this article from Feb. of 2019 showcasing research that proves Earth’s atmosphere has recently been found to reach as far out into space as 400,000 miles! They say the Moon regularly moves through this thin part of the atmosphere. There’s a lot of really good info in this link below concerning this.
[link to m.beaumontenterprise.com (secure)]

So here’s my question, maybe it doesn’t even need to impact Earth to have profound effects on our atmosphere? What if by coming into our 400,000 mile bubble so to speak, it completely changes the scope of our stabilized atmosphere and causes monumental weather events? Or pieces of it get sucked into our gravity field and actually do cause airbursts?

I don’t have all the answers, but I found this very interesting. What say you GLP?

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I reckon we may see some debris coming in and/or airbursts.
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atmosphere is relative.define atmosphere?
gravity has a inverse distance squared relation.
thus as you get further out,its effect is weaker.
if its speed reduces below 17k mph.then it could get sucked in.
theres a thing called a keyhole/window.the further from earth,the smaller the keyhole.
nasa knows for sure and astro not telling is the clue.the red flag.
something involving nasa guilt is all you need to know for sure.
if nasa wasnt guilty,astro would be rambling.
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Asteroids are mainly hoaxes by nasa for fear-mongering purposes. The earth is flat!
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That’s my thoughts too. I don’t necessarily think we see some extinction level event. I just think we will see some mass casualty events and/or life altering event from this. I hope I’m wrong and it’s just virus doom.
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That’s my thoughts too. I don’t necessarily think we see some extinction level event. I just think we will see some mass casualty events and/or life altering event from this. I hope I’m wrong and it’s just virus doom.
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atmosphere is relative.define atmosphere?
gravity has a inverse distance squared relation.
thus as you get further out,its effect is weaker.
if its speed reduces below 17k mph.then it could get sucked in.
theres a thing called a keyhole/window.the further from earth,the smaller the keyhole.
nasa knows for sure and astro not telling is the clue.the red flag.
something involving nasa guilt is all you need to know for sure.
if nasa wasnt guilty,astro would be rambling.
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Good point. I know one thing, I will be watching the sky tomorrow. Maybe from a position of being able to get inside quickly if needed. Haha
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Asteroids are mainly hoaxes by nasa for fear-mongering purposes. The earth is flat!
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Ok so I’ve been heavily reading and researching the asteroid that many believe will make some type of impact tomorrow (Sunday). I’ve discovered something extremely interesting. Hear me out...

Many on GLP have referenced the link below showing an apparent asteroid that has a minimum possible distance of 0, aka impact.

[link to newton.spacedys.com (secure)]

However, this rock does not show up on NASAs official NEO site. Some wonder why, maybe it’s a cover up, I dunno. But, let’s assume for a minute that NASA tells the truth. So in researching their site linked below, you’ll find that asteroid 2020FF1 is labeled with a minimum possible distance of 1.6 LD, or about 400,000 miles from the Earth’s center. That’s pretty close right?
[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]

This leads me to my smoking gun. I googled 400,000 miles from earth just to see what pops up and I discovered this article from Feb. of 2019 showcasing research that proves Earth’s atmosphere has recently been found to reach as far out into space as 400,000 miles! They say the Moon regularly moves through this thin part of the atmosphere. There’s a lot of really good info in this link below concerning this.
[link to m.beaumontenterprise.com (secure)]

So here’s my question, maybe it doesn’t even need to impact Earth to have profound effects on our atmosphere? What if by coming into our 400,000 mile bubble so to speak, it completely changes the scope of our stabilized atmosphere and causes monumental weather events? Or pieces of it get sucked into our gravity field and actually do cause airbursts?

I don’t have all the answers, but I found this very interesting. What day you GLP?
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What time tomorrow?

Short term doom is always fun.
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What time tomorrow?

Short term doom is always fun.
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1:49PM EST
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Ok so I’ve been heavily reading and researching the asteroid that many believe will make some type of impact tomorrow (Sunday). I’ve discovered something extremely interesting. Hear me out...

Many on GLP have referenced the link below showing an apparent asteroid that has a minimum possible distance of 0, aka impact.

[link to newton.spacedys.com (secure)]

However, this rock does not show up on NASAs official NEO site. Some wonder why, maybe it’s a cover up, I dunno. But, let’s assume for a minute that NASA tells the truth. So in researching their site linked below, you’ll find that asteroid 2020FF1 is labeled with a minimum possible distance of 1.6 LD, or about 400,000 miles from the Earth’s center. That’s pretty close right?
[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]

This leads me to my smoking gun. I googled 400,000 miles from earth just to see what pops up and I discovered this article from Feb. of 2019 showcasing research that proves Earth’s atmosphere has recently been found to reach as far out into space as 400,000 miles! They say the Moon regularly moves through this thin part of the atmosphere. There’s a lot of really good info in this link below concerning this.
[link to m.beaumontenterprise.com (secure)]

So here’s my question, maybe it doesn’t even need to impact Earth to have profound effects on our atmosphere? What if by coming into our 400,000 mile bubble so to speak, it completely changes the scope of our stabilized atmosphere and causes monumental weather events? Or pieces of it get sucked into our gravity field and actually do cause airbursts?

I don’t have all the answers, but I found this very interesting. What say you GLP?
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When?
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Asteroids are mainly hoaxes by nasa for fear-mongering purposes. The earth is flat!
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You, my dear friend, are a tard.
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That is you, dear friend. Indoctrinated for decades the the earth is a spinning ball when it is not.
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Asteroids are mainly hoaxes by nasa for fear-mongering purposes. The earth is flat!
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Ever break a window with a baseball
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Ok so I’ve been heavily reading and researching the asteroid that many believe will make some type of impact tomorrow (Sunday). I’ve discovered something extremely interesting. Hear me out...

Many on GLP have referenced the link below showing an apparent asteroid that has a minimum possible distance of 0, aka impact.

[link to newton.spacedys.com (secure)]

However, this rock does not show up on NASAs official NEO site. Some wonder why, maybe it’s a cover up, I dunno. But, let’s assume for a minute that NASA tells the truth. So in researching their site linked below, you’ll find that asteroid 2020FF1 is labeled with a minimum possible distance of 1.6 LD, or about 400,000 miles from the Earth’s center. That’s pretty close right?
[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]

This leads me to my smoking gun. I googled 400,000 miles from earth just to see what pops up and I discovered this article from Feb. of 2019 showcasing research that proves Earth’s atmosphere has recently been found to reach as far out into space as 400,000 miles! They say the Moon regularly moves through this thin part of the atmosphere. There’s a lot of really good info in this link below concerning this.
[link to m.beaumontenterprise.com (secure)]

So here’s my question, maybe it doesn’t even need to impact Earth to have profound effects on our atmosphere? What if by coming into our 400,000 mile bubble so to speak, it completely changes the scope of our stabilized atmosphere and causes monumental weather events? Or pieces of it get sucked into our gravity field and actually do cause airbursts?

I don’t have all the answers, but I found this very interesting. What say you GLP?
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2020FF1 is only 9m big. That won’t do anything that will affect earth from 400,000 miles away.
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Ok so I’ve been heavily reading and researching the asteroid that many believe will make some type of impact tomorrow (Sunday). I’ve discovered something extremely interesting. Hear me out...

Many on GLP have referenced the link below showing an apparent asteroid that has a minimum possible distance of 0, aka impact.

[link to newton.spacedys.com (secure)]

However, this rock does not show up on NASAs official NEO site. Some wonder why, maybe it’s a cover up, I dunno. But, let’s assume for a minute that NASA tells the truth. So in researching their site linked below, you’ll find that asteroid 2020FF1 is labeled with a minimum possible distance of 1.6 LD, or about 400,000 miles from the Earth’s center. That’s pretty close right?
[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]

This leads me to my smoking gun. I googled 400,000 miles from earth just to see what pops up and I discovered this article from Feb. of 2019 showcasing research that proves Earth’s atmosphere has recently been found to reach as far out into space as 400,000 miles! They say the Moon regularly moves through this thin part of the atmosphere. There’s a lot of really good info in this link below concerning this.
[link to m.beaumontenterprise.com (secure)]

So here’s my question, maybe it doesn’t even need to impact Earth to have profound effects on our atmosphere? What if by coming into our 400,000 mile bubble so to speak, it completely changes the scope of our stabilized atmosphere and causes monumental weather events? Or pieces of it get sucked into our gravity field and actually do cause airbursts?

I don’t have all the answers, but I found this very interesting. What say you GLP?
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2020FF1 is only 9m big. That won’t do anything that will affect earth from 400,000 miles away.
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wow could this be it...this virus is bad...bad a impact can be killer ...
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Ok so I’ve been heavily reading and researching the asteroid that many believe will make some type of impact tomorrow (Sunday). I’ve discovered something extremely interesting. Hear me out...

Many on GLP have referenced the link below showing an apparent asteroid that has a minimum possible distance of 0, aka impact.

[link to newton.spacedys.com (secure)]

However, this rock does not show up on NASAs official NEO site. Some wonder why, maybe it’s a cover up, I dunno. But, let’s assume for a minute that NASA tells the truth. So in researching their site linked below, you’ll find that asteroid 2020FF1 is labeled with a minimum possible distance of 1.6 LD, or about 400,000 miles from the Earth’s center. That’s pretty close right?
[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]

This leads me to my smoking gun. I googled 400,000 miles from earth just to see what pops up and I discovered this article from Feb. of 2019 showcasing research that proves Earth’s atmosphere has recently been found to reach as far out into space as 400,000 miles! They say the Moon regularly moves through this thin part of the atmosphere. There’s a lot of really good info in this link below concerning this.
[link to m.beaumontenterprise.com (secure)]

So here’s my question, maybe it doesn’t even need to impact Earth to have profound effects on our atmosphere? What if by coming into our 400,000 mile bubble so to speak, it completely changes the scope of our stabilized atmosphere and causes monumental weather events? Or pieces of it get sucked into our gravity field and actually do cause airbursts?

I don’t have all the answers, but I found this very interesting. What say you GLP?
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This one?

[link to neo.ssa.esa.int]

It's only 30 meters in diameter an has a miss distance of 4,667,319 KM
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400000 miles out is a thin part of the atmosphere

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Ok so I’ve been heavily reading and researching the asteroid that many believe will make some type of impact tomorrow (Sunday). I’ve discovered something extremely interesting. Hear me out...

Many on GLP have referenced the link below showing an apparent asteroid that has a minimum possible distance of 0, aka impact.

[link to newton.spacedys.com (secure)]

However, this rock does not show up on NASAs official NEO site. Some wonder why, maybe it’s a cover up, I dunno. But, let’s assume for a minute that NASA tells the truth. So in researching their site linked below, you’ll find that asteroid 2020FF1 is labeled with a minimum possible distance of 1.6 LD, or about 400,000 miles from the Earth’s center. That’s pretty close right?
[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]

This leads me to my smoking gun. I googled 400,000 miles from earth just to see what pops up and I discovered this article from Feb. of 2019 showcasing research that proves Earth’s atmosphere has recently been found to reach as far out into space as 400,000 miles! They say the Moon regularly moves through this thin part of the atmosphere. There’s a lot of really good info in this link below concerning this.
[link to m.beaumontenterprise.com (secure)]

So here’s my question, maybe it doesn’t even need to impact Earth to have profound effects on our atmosphere? What if by coming into our 400,000 mile bubble so to speak, it completely changes the scope of our stabilized atmosphere and causes monumental weather events? Or pieces of it get sucked into our gravity field and actually do cause airbursts?

I don’t have all the answers, but I found this very interesting. What say you GLP?
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It's the path of the asteroid that makes it the most dangerous.

It comes from directly behind the Earth in almost the same exact orbital path and follows Earth for a while. That gives our planet a long time to pull it in directly behind us.

See the path here:

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]
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It's the path of the asteroid that makes it the most dangerous.

It comes from directly behind the Earth in almost the same exact orbital path and follows Earth for a while. That gives our planet a long time to pull it in directly behind us.

See the path here:

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]
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how big is it
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It's the path of the asteroid that makes it the most dangerous.

It comes from directly behind the Earth in almost the same exact orbital path and follows Earth for a while. That gives our planet a long time to pull it in directly behind us.

See the path here:

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]
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how big is it
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About the same size as the Russian asteroid that airburst, 50 feet.
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It's the path of the asteroid that makes it the most dangerous.

It comes from directly behind the Earth in almost the same exact orbital path and follows Earth for a while. That gives our planet a long time to pull it in directly behind us.

See the path here:

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]
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how big is it
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About the same size as the Russian asteroid that airburst, 50 feet.
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so a nothingburger
some windows get blown out

a few hundred concussions

but most russians are born with that so how did they tell
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400000 miles out is a thin part of the atmosphere

epiclol

my people are destroyed for tardation


Ok so I’ve been heavily reading and researching the asteroid that many believe will make some type of impact tomorrow (Sunday). I’ve discovered something extremely interesting. Hear me out...

Many on GLP have referenced the link below showing an apparent asteroid that has a minimum possible distance of 0, aka impact.

[link to newton.spacedys.com (secure)]

However, this rock does not show up on NASAs official NEO site. Some wonder why, maybe it’s a cover up, I dunno. But, let’s assume for a minute that NASA tells the truth. So in researching their site linked below, you’ll find that asteroid 2020FF1 is labeled with a minimum possible distance of 1.6 LD, or about 400,000 miles from the Earth’s center. That’s pretty close right?
[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]

This leads me to my smoking gun. I googled 400,000 miles from earth just to see what pops up and I discovered this article from Feb. of 2019 showcasing research that proves Earth’s atmosphere has recently been found to reach as far out into space as 400,000 miles! They say the Moon regularly moves through this thin part of the atmosphere. There’s a lot of really good info in this link below concerning this.
[link to m.beaumontenterprise.com (secure)]

So here’s my question, maybe it doesn’t even need to impact Earth to have profound effects on our atmosphere? What if by coming into our 400,000 mile bubble so to speak, it completely changes the scope of our stabilized atmosphere and causes monumental weather events? Or pieces of it get sucked into our gravity field and actually do cause airbursts?

I don’t have all the answers, but I found this very interesting. What say you GLP?
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Guessing you didn’t read the article from 2019? Piss off jack.
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It's the path of the asteroid that makes it the most dangerous.

It comes from directly behind the Earth in almost the same exact orbital path and follows Earth for a while. That gives our planet a long time to pull it in directly behind us.

See the path here:

[link to ssd.jpl.nasa.gov (secure)]
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how big is it
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About the same size as the Russian asteroid that airburst, 50 feet.
 Quoting: Skip. 65831616


so a nothingburger
some windows get blown out

a few hundred concussions

but most russians are born with that so how did they tell
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It's the next one in April....

At its closest approach, which will happen at about 5:56 a.m. EDT (0956 GMT), asteroid 1998 OR2 will be 3.9 million miles (6.3 million km) from Earth. That's more than 16 times the average distance between Earth and the moon.

NASA has classified asteroid 1998 OR2 as "potentially hazardous" not because it puts Earth in danger, but because it fulfills certain criteria in the agency's classification scheme. According to NASA, an asteroid qualifies as "potentially hazardous" if its orbit ever intersects Earth's orbit at a distance less than 4.6 million miles (7.5 million km), or 0.05 astronomical units, the average distance between Earth and the sun.

[link to www.space.com (secure)]
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how big is it
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About the same size as the Russian asteroid that airburst, 50 feet.
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so a nothingburger
some windows get blown out

a few hundred concussions

but most russians are born with that so how did they tell
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It's the next one in April....

At its closest approach, which will happen at about 5:56 a.m. EDT (0956 GMT), asteroid 1998 OR2 will be 3.9 million miles (6.3 million km) from Earth. That's more than 16 times the average distance between Earth and the moon.

NASA has classified asteroid 1998 OR2 as "potentially hazardous" not because it puts Earth in danger, but because it fulfills certain criteria in the agency's classification scheme. According to NASA, an asteroid qualifies as "potentially hazardous" if its orbit ever intersects Earth's orbit at a distance less than 4.6 million miles (7.5 million km), or 0.05 astronomical units, the average distance between Earth and the sun.

[link to www.space.com (secure)]
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That one is just big enough to start the apocalypse
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Theorized there could be atmospheric explosion if it gets too close - [link to www.ibtimes.com (secure)]
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About the same size as the Russian asteroid that airburst, 50 feet.
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so a nothingburger
some windows get blown out

a few hundred concussions

but most russians are born with that so how did they tell
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It's the next one in April....

At its closest approach, which will happen at about 5:56 a.m. EDT (0956 GMT), asteroid 1998 OR2 will be 3.9 million miles (6.3 million km) from Earth. That's more than 16 times the average distance between Earth and the moon.

NASA has classified asteroid 1998 OR2 as "potentially hazardous" not because it puts Earth in danger, but because it fulfills certain criteria in the agency's classification scheme. According to NASA, an asteroid qualifies as "potentially hazardous" if its orbit ever intersects Earth's orbit at a distance less than 4.6 million miles (7.5 million km), or 0.05 astronomical units, the average distance between Earth and the sun.

[link to www.space.com (secure)]
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That one is just big enough to start the apocalypse
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It is also approaching Earth from behind at a similar orbit. Hopefully it won't fall into our planet's gravitational keyhole.
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What if it impacts the moon and alters it’s orbit
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We’ve had plenty this year already that have come closer than the one tomorrow. I haven’t check their paths with what another poster said, but NEOS are common and there currently no critical threats. However, the data could be censored and it’s really closer than they say.
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