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Asteroid 2007 TU24 has NASA concerned.

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posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 10:59 PM
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ok....... you're a funny guy....




posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 10:59 PM
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Why is this particular Asteroid generating such concern? Objects are constantly passing through our immediate vicinity.


NameDateMiss Dist.(AU)Miss Dist.(LD)Est. Dia.Rel.Vel.(km's/s)
(2007 MC4) 2008-Jan-15 0.1820 70.8 160 m - 350 m 12.40
(2008 BW2) 2008-Jan-16 0.0024 0.9 3.1 m - 6.8 m 6.98
(2008 AD) 2008-Jan-17 0.1974 76.8 250 m - 560 m 16.06
(2008 AU28) 2008-Jan-19 0.0138 5.4 30 m - 66 m 9.36
(2008 BX2) 2008-Jan-19 0.1255 48.8 52 m - 120 m 7.36
(2008 AE4) 2008-Jan-21 0.0503 19.6 45 m - 100 m 7.46
(2007 XQ3) 2008-Jan-21 0.1972 76.8 110 m - 240 m 4.61
1685 Toro 2008-Jan-24 0.1963 76.4 3.8 km - 8.5 km 18.09
(2007 PS9) 2008-Jan-24 0.0906 35.3 56 m - 120 m 4.88
(2006 AM4) 2008-Jan-26 0.1678 65.3 160 m - 350 m 26.37

UPCOMING CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH

(2007 TU24) 2008-Jan-29 0.0037 1.4 240 m - 550 m 9.25
(2006 JY25) 2008-Jan-29 0.1087 42.3 230 m - 520 m 15.55
(2008 BT2) 2008-Feb-02 0.1322 51.5 37 m - 83 m 1.83
(2007 TG8) 2008-Feb-04 0.1903 74.0 500 m - 1.1 km 12.70
(2008 BE) 2008-Feb-04 0.1874 72.9 75 m - 170 m 3.03
(2006 AX44) 2008-Feb-07 0.1596 62.1 27 m - 61 m 3.17
(2006 JY26) 2008-Feb-08 0.1129 43.9 5.7 m - 13 m 2.98
(2006 DU62) 2008-Feb-10 0.0553 21.5 640 m - 1.4 km 23.79
(2007 RV9) 2008-Feb-11 0.0776 30.2 240 m - 550 m 10.96
(2007 DA) 2008-Feb-12 0.0253 9.8 89 m - 200 m 18.41
162567 (2000 RW37) 2008-Feb-15 0.0719 28.0 300 m - 670 m 8.17
(2008 AE) 2008-Feb-16 0.1516 59.0 330 m - 750 m 6.44
(2007 DM8) 2008-Feb-16 0.1312 51.1 15 m - 33 m 8.26
(2005 EK70) 2008-Feb-18 0.1493 58.1 910 m - 2.0 km 15.18
4450 Pan 2008-Feb-19 0.0408 15.9 970 m - 2.2 km 17.61
153591 (2001 SN263) 2008-Feb-20 0.0659 25.6 1.1 km - 2.6 km 7.09
162173 (1999 JU3) 2008-Feb-20 0.1639 63.8 380 m - 850 m 7.34
(2002 TD66) 2008-Feb-26 0.0428 16.7 270 m - 610 m 12.89
162510 (2000 QW69) 2008-Feb-26 0.1865 72.6 1.0 km - 2.3 km 23.49
138127 (2000 EE14) 2008-Feb-27 0.1886 73.4 1.1 km - 2.5 km 20.30
(2008 AM33) 2008-Feb-29 0.1760 68.5 140 m - 310 m 6.33
66008 (1998 QH2) 2008-Mar-01 0.1875 73.0 1.8 km - 4.0 km 34.95
(2007 CS5) 2008-Mar-05 0.1169 45.5 33 m - 75 m 3.84
6037 (1988 EG) 2008-Mar-07 0.1667 64.9 480 m - 1.1 km 19.83
(2003 TM1) 2008-Mar-14 0.0811 31.6 97 m - 220 m 15.48
(2005 EA) 2008-Mar-17 0.0795 30.9 160 m - 360 m 20.06
1620 Geographos 2008-Mar-17 0.1251 48.7 2.0 km - 4.5 km 9.74
(2002 EV11) 2008-Mar-18 0.1523 59.3 300 m - 660 m 37.10
(2002 FW1) 2008-Mar-18 0.0791 30.8 42 m - 94 m 7.24
(2003 FY6) 2008-Mar-21 0.0162 6.3 89 m - 200 m 14.23
(2007 DD) 2008-Mar-22 0.0838 32.6 19 m - 42 m 2.64
(2003 WP25) 2008-Mar-29 0.0768 29.9 37 m - 82 m 2.67
(2002 VX91) 2008-Mar-30 0.0792 30.8 40 m - 89 m 4.40
(2007 TE66) 2008-Apr-03 0.1600 62.3 140 m - 320 m 8.26
(1998 KG3) 2008-Apr-04 0.1415 55.1 92 m - 210 m 3.23
(2007 YM56) 2008-Apr-04 0.1628 63.4 94 m - 210 m 6.86
(2004 VW14) 2008-Apr-04 0.0692 26.9 340 m - 770 m 12.43
(2005 EZ169) 2008-Apr-06 0.1361 53.0 28 m - 64 m 5.90
(2001 QO142) 2008-Apr-06 0.0876 34.1 420 m - 950 m 22.48
(2001 QC34) 2008-Apr-09 0.1360 52.9 280 m - 620 m 7.04
(1999 SO5) 2008-Apr-09 0.0939 36.5 180 m - 410 m 7.41
(2005 BE2) 2008-Apr-10 0.1588 61.8 620 m - 1.4 km 13.37
(2005 NB7) 2008-Apr-17 0.0422 16.4 480 m - 1.1 km 10.74
(2007 VK3) 2008-Apr-28 0.1233 48.0 110 m - 250 m 13.70
155110 (2005 TB) 2008-Apr-28 0.1196 46.5 820 m - 1.8 km 19.72
164207 (2004 GU9) 2008-Apr-29 0.1809 70.4 160 m - 350 m 7.02
(2001 DQ8) 2008-Apr-30 0.1912 74.4 670 m - 1.5 km 33.82
(2003 YN107) 2008-May-04 0.1401 54.5 15 m - 33 m 5.03
(2006 HR29) 2008-May-05 0.1695 66.0 200 m - 450 m 7.09
(2007 XB23) 2008-May-07 0.1375 53.5 10 m - 23 m 4.78
(2007 JB21) 2008-May-07 0.1261 49.1 22 m - 50 m

[edit on 28-1-2008 by Mil Spec]



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:01 PM
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u SERIOUS?



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:02 PM
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Update from Columbus OH. No .aches.. no communication interference, animals seem to be in ship-shape. It's cold, but it has been a pretty cold winter. I look forward to spending the countdown with you guys. I'm tired as heck, but I would rather be awake than asleep so I have a chance. If this thing does hit the first thing I'm doing is going to get guns from my grandparent's house. Then its to Best Buy to loot a plasma screen TV.. Then i'll finally get to play my ps3 in HD WOOT!!



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:02 PM
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It is based on your clock in your computer so make sure that is set right... Anyone have a magnetic compass?? Let us know if north turns south...



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:04 PM
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Mil it's gone viral... it's a media-OP now. Been that way for a couple a three days. I blame the clowns at TU24.org. It is the singular root source. We gonna party with them boys and girls if they survive. I know you are reading this. I'm already a member and I'm waiting... check /b/tards in a bit. LOL!!!!!

Vic






[edit on 28-1-2008 by V Kaminski]



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:04 PM
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Originally posted by Mil Spec
Why is this particular Asteroid generating such concern? Objects are constantly passing through our immediate vicinity.


Essentially because this one is passing much closer than any others on that list and it was found relatively shortly before it's passing.



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:07 PM
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Welcome back, ats1629, I've been keeping your timer warm for you.

Thanks again!

There's brownies and s'mores, and tequila, and rum and beer, and watch out for the punch! ( it's spiked!)



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:10 PM
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basically because it's close and much larger than the closer ones on that list. I think it's supposed to be the largest and closest until 2027. But since it was discovered only last October there could be others that are currently unknown that we'll find out about before 2027.



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:12 PM
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OMG IT'S ABOUT TO HIT!

RUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NO SERIOUSLY!

I'M GETTING OFF THE COMPUTER NOW!



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:12 PM
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Well my GPS aint working. won't find signal. any1 else here in oz got gps on?



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:13 PM
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I must compliment ats1629 too on the count down timer... certain threads could make good use of that capability
. I'm about halfway through a nice Bolivar - Coronas and I've switched from Chivas to Drambuie. The Missus' has let me off the chain... woof, grrr, party!!!!


Vic

[edit on 28-1-2008 by V Kaminski]



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:14 PM
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Well we had no problems tracking our daily weather balloon earlier on. We find the balloons position using GPS.

Maybe you should check your batteries



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:17 PM
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I can just picture a thread like this on 2012.


I try not to get banned so i can have the support.


HEY! WHERE'S YOUR HARDHAT.....YOU......nut.

Would a hardhat help?



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:17 PM
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I'm going to bed, hopefully nothing insane happens.

Peace



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:17 PM
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While I understand the excitement, please remember this is a big thread and the one liners and short response that do not contribute to the discussion need to stop.

ABOUT ATS: Warnings for one-line or short responses



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:17 PM
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Originally posted by TheoOne
OMG IT'S ABOUT TO HIT!

RUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

NO SERIOUSLY!

I'M GETTING OFF THE COMPUTER NOW!


Must we really put up with this? :shk:

Provide links or quit it.



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:17 PM
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just put new batt's in.buggar hope uits not cactus i wanted it for camping this weekend.



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:21 PM
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You know how monarch butterflies go on that huge migratory journey every year? Yea.. well, they decided to migrate to my stomach this year... that's how nervous I am



posted on Jan, 28 2008 @ 11:24 PM
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well I've been looking through the archive on that site with the magnetosphere.

When I first posted on this thread I tried to see how often this type of thing occurs with the magnetosphere because I did not know how normal this was.
At first many of the videos showed much less intensity, but now I've been able to find many just as intense as tonight, with some frequency - So I'm leaning towards it being just a coincidence.

It was surprising to watch it get more intense as the close approach time got closer. It was so calm earlier today.

It still could be related but after seeing how often this kind of intensity happens I'm leaning to just coincidence.

[edit on 28-1-2008 by 2 cents]



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