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ASTEROID WILL COVER BETELGEUSE!

 
A Jackson

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11/18/2023 01:32 PM

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ASTEROID WILL COVER BETELGEUSE!
Oh noes!

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“Imagine your favorite constellation without one of its brightest stars. For a brief moment on December 12th, this may happen to Orion, at least for viewers in a narrow stretch from central Asia and southern Europe to Florida and Mexico. Around 1:17 UTC (8:17 p.m. EST December 11th), the main-belt asteroid 319 Leona will pass in front of Betelgeuse, the red star at Orion’s shoulder, and block its light for a few seconds.”

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11/18/2023 11:47 PM

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Oh noes!

Derpp01

“Imagine your favorite constellation without one of its brightest stars. For a brief moment on December 12th, this may happen to Orion, at least for viewers in a narrow stretch from central Asia and southern Europe to Florida and Mexico. Around 1:17 UTC (8:17 p.m. EST December 11th), the main-belt asteroid 319 Leona will pass in front of Betelgeuse, the red star at Orion’s shoulder, and block its light for a few seconds.”

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Someone light the Astromut signal! Astro, where are you?
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IT MY FUCKING DECISION
IM AN HUMAN NOT ASSOCIATE WIT ANY VAMPIRES DURING THE ISRAEL/ GAZA WAR
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Someone light the Astromut signal! Astro, where are you?
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I am aware, and I am planning to drive down to the Everglades to observe it if I can.
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Oh noes!

Derpp01

“Imagine your favorite constellation without one of its brightest stars. For a brief moment on December 12th, this may happen to Orion, at least for viewers in a narrow stretch from central Asia and southern Europe to Florida and Mexico. Around 1:17 UTC (8:17 p.m. EST December 11th), the main-belt asteroid 319 Leona will pass in front of Betelgeuse, the red star at Orion’s shoulder, and block its light for a few seconds.”

[link to skyandtelescope.org (secure)]

Someone light the Astromut signal! Astro, where are you?
 Quoting: A Jackson


IT MY FUCKING DECISION
 Quoting: Researcher Development


No, it isn't.
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11/28/2023 10:43 AM
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which is it for the SN???? now or decades????

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11/28/2023 11:37 AM
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I'm seriously curious about 1. Asteroid Sekhmet (lion goddess of War) transiting the shoulder of Orion, 2. On the day of Our Lady of Guadalupe, who was the ultimate winner of the conquest of Mexico and the harbinger of serious and permanent social/religious transformations all over the planet after 1531, 3. Covering the exact area where all these events took place, from Andalusia to Anahuac. I wouldn't discount the possibility, that, I don't know, some warlike spirit of Latin Christianity rises from its ancient slumber?





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