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ASTEROID FLYBY ONLY 0,2 LD

 
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70,000

40,000

whats the right fucking number ?



73000 km
40000 miles

stay in skool. =P
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chuckle
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On March 18, 2004, LINEAR announced a 30 meter asteroid 2004 FH, which would pass the Earth that day at only 42,600 km (26,500 miles), about one-tenth the distance to the moon, and the closest miss ever noticed. They estimated that similar sized asteroids come as close about every two years[31].


On March 31, 2004, two weeks after 2004 FH, meteoroid 2004 FU162 set a new record for closest recorded approach, passing Earth only 6,500 km (4,000 miles) away (nearly one-sixtieth of the distance to the Moon). Because it was very small (6 meters/20 feet), FU162 was detected only hours before its closest approach. If it had collided with Earth, it probably would have harmlessly disintegrated in the atmosphere.
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On March 18, 2004, LINEAR announced a 30 meter asteroid 2004 FH, which would pass the Earth that day at only 42,600 km (26,500 miles), about one-tenth the distance to the moon, and the closest miss ever noticed. They estimated that similar sized asteroids come as close about every two years[31].


On March 31, 2004, two weeks after 2004 FH, meteoroid 2004 FU162 set a new record for closest recorded approach, passing Earth only 6,500 km (4,000 miles) away (nearly one-sixtieth of the distance to the Moon). Because it was very small (6 meters/20 feet), FU162 was detected only hours before its closest approach. If it had collided with Earth, it probably would have harmlessly disintegrated in the atmosphere.
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Well its still fun to yak about!
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How much damage can it do?
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Shit G House there was one that came in over Africa..... what was it about a month ago?
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On March 18, 2004, LINEAR announced a 30 meter asteroid 2004 FH, which would pass the Earth that day at only 42,600 km (26,500 miles), about one-tenth the distance to the moon, and the closest miss ever noticed. They estimated that similar sized asteroids come as close about every two years[31].


On March 31, 2004, two weeks after 2004 FH, meteoroid 2004 FU162 set a new record for closest recorded approach, passing Earth only 6,500 km (4,000 miles) away (nearly one-sixtieth of the distance to the Moon). Because it was very small (6 meters/20 feet), FU162 was detected only hours before its closest approach. If it had collided with Earth, it probably would have harmlessly disintegrated in the atmosphere.
 Quoting: G. House


Key word here...PROBABLY..very exact and scientific. I feel reassured, how about you?
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How much damage can it do?
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none, unless your a satellite in its way LOL
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03/01/2009 11:22 AM
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ok,so what time will that be in gmt? 28,000 is close.I want to track this sucker from the UK.
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If it makes impact, where would it hit?
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If it makes impact, where would it hit?
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Hopefully my house...sure would solve alot of problems lol
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If it makes impact, where would it hit?
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You'd only have a few hours warning at best and I doubt they would tell us.
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If it makes impact, where would it hit?
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Its not on course to impact...so why ask?
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Asteroids don't EXIST, or the "sunshine" would reflect off them like the "sunshine" reflects off the Moon, lol, the sunshine would light up the Asteroid Belt, but the "sunshine" doesn't reflect the obvious, the obvious, the obvious.


The asteroid belt would reflect the "sunshine" regardless if we see the asteroids the size of small planets or a cluster of tiny particle-looking asteroids, either way the "sunshine" would reflect off the asteroid belt and be seen on EARTH, with, or without a telescope!!!!


[link to www.beautyinscience.com]
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"How many asteroids are there?"

26 very large asteroids have been discovered, which is probably most of the big ones. But there are still millions of smaller ones that we have yet to see because they are too tiny, only a mile or so across.

[link to www.kidsastronomy.com]


Still millions of smaller ones only a mile or so across. Making the belt millions of tiny reflections all clustered up together millions of miles across.

The Inverse Law would allow that reflection to be seen right here on earth. (S) represents the little "spec" of the sun's light reflecting inversely back to EARTH.

[link to gain11.files.wordpress.com]



rolleyes
 Quoting: Ice

Asteroids don't EXIST


that's cool!!


start and new thread and talk about it!!


we are going to talk about the facts


ice
 Quoting: Ice

You mean fictional facts!

Yes, carry on, its Sunday, along with other people discussing other fictional facts.
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so the pictures JPL has on file are made up!!!


are you kidding are what!

you don't believe in space rocks flying through space!!



they do reflect the sun light!!

that is the mag scale of 1 to 28



are u a bubba or just stupid or just pulling my leg???



ice
 Quoting: Ice

Don't be such a twig!


The Asteroid BELT runs MILLIONS of MILES, we would see an illuminated BELT running MILLIONS of MILES in our night skies cutting through the darkness. The Inverse Square law would assure that the reflection would be seen spread across, and for an observe standing on EARTH a clear distinction would be made if it only EXISTED!!!!


We don't see the BELT.


The sun's light reflecting off the ASTEROID BELT inversely back to EARTH should be seen squarely in our skies.

[link to gain11.files.wordpress.com]




Now get back to your fictional Sunday facts!!!!
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At closest approach on March 2nd, around 1400 UT (6 a.m. PST), 2009 DD45 will speed through the constellation Virgo shining as brightly as an 11th magnitude star
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Shit G House there was one that came in over Africa..... what was it about a month ago?
 Quoting: RememberThis


There was one in the Sudan in October of 2008.
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If it makes impact, where would it hit?


You'd only have a few hours warning at best and I doubt they would tell us.
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It would cause more deaths from panic LOL
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it has been prophesied (link on my site 2ww4.blogspot.com) that an astroid is gonna hit off the coast of san fran and send a tsunami and creat a chain reaction of earthquakes thats gonna destroy the us west coast, then ww3
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it has been prophesied (link on my site 2ww4.blogspot.com) that an astroid is gonna hit off the coast of san fran and send a tsunami and creat a chain reaction of earthquakes thats gonna destroy the us west coast, then ww3
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rofl
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if this is tunguska-sized, tunguska exploded in the atmosphere with the force of 1000 hiroshima bombs and felled 10,000,000 trees over a 20-mile radius. remarkably, though, trees immediately underneath the explosion survived.
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it has been prophesied (link on my site 2ww4.blogspot.com) that an astroid is gonna hit off the coast of san fran and send a tsunami and creat a chain reaction of earthquakes thats gonna destroy the us west coast, then ww3
 Quoting: weatherbill 12207

This site is all about three major events that are going to hit in the near future.
#1 - The massive US West Coast Earthquake/Tsunami to hit September 2010
#2 - WW3 on America soil and the invasion of the US by Russia, China, Nicaragua, Mexico, Cuba and Venesuela to follow
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Forget jpl,where are the experts here? ICE- any idea what part of the world it would likely explode over if it is a hit? or is it too soon to quess?
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mass and speed

I don't have the complete facts!!

amazing how the JPL sites put up numbers in codes

of course the people in the know and I assure you I am not in the know can do the math!

UP I am sure can figure it out!!

but

small and hard is a problem. throw a small rock very fast into a swimming pool and look at the effect

if a small but hard object hit the earth anywhere on this water planet the waves caused by this event would be a Major problem!!!

they are not going to give us any more details


like has been posted this happens often but I think this size and speed of this one is a concern and we can all just hope we are being told the facts and it does miss!!!!


If it misses no one knows or cares!!


If it hits it will be without warning a effect large area of the planet!!!



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If it makes impact, where would it hit?

Its not on course to impact...so why ask?
 Quoting: RememberThis

You sure? not all of us wants our house demolished lol. jpl confirm it is a miss?
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Forget jpl,where are the experts here? ICE- any idea what part of the world it would likely explode over if it is a hit? or is it too soon to quess?
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nope

back in the day we had on-site experts!!!


I am watching 2 space rock nerd sites !!

sunday morning so not much action !!!

ice
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if this is the burning mountian, first there will be a meteor shower that impacts.
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blink why is there not any real news on this?
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if this is the burning mountian, first there will be a meteor shower that impacts.
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what is the burning mountain ?? you are the 2nd poster to bring it up??


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blink why is there not any real news on this?
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Because JPL is posting a miss!!

If it is going to miss it ain't nothing but space rock flying by!!


bubba don't care!

Obama doesn't have anything to say about it!!



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trying to get Dr. Clay to post on the site!!


would be nice to get a pin for Dr Clay!!


maybe if 5 or 6 of you folk asked for a pin we could get it!!!



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I should have written OMG!! WTF!! DOOM!! RUUUN!!
sorry, my bad.