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First I've heard about Jupiter. Maybe related to this asteroid collision on space.com news:
Kicking Up Cosmic Dust: Asteroid Brightening Caused By Collision http://(link tracking not allowed)/lCNVKo
"The scientists estimate the crash ejected more than 660,000 tons of dust -- equivalent to nearly twice the mass of the Empire State Building in New
"The dust cloud around Scheila could be 10,000 times as massive as the one ejected from comet 9P/Tempel 1 during NASA's UMD-led Deep Impact mission,"
said Michael Kelley, also of the University of Maryland. "Collisions allow us to peek inside comets and asteroids. Ejecta kicked up by Deep Impact
contained lots of ice, and the absence of ice in Scheila's interior shows that it's entirely unlike comets."
Article from a year ago regarding asteroid on space.com said: "On Nov. 8, 2011, the asteroid will complete another trip around the sun and swing by
Earth again just inside the moon's orbit. It should fly by at a distance of 191,120 miles (307,577 km), about eight-tenths the distance between Earth
and the moon. The distance from Earth to the moon is on average about 238,900 miles (384,472 km)."
Nasa site says: "Near-Earth asteroid 2005 YU55 will pass within 0.85 lunar distances from the Earth on November 8, 2011. The upcoming close approach
by this relatively large 400 meter-sized, C-type asteroid presents an excellent opportunity for synergistic ground-based observations including
optical, near infrared and radar data."
Maybe related are the 6 planets in alignment right now (space.com):
I am recent to this website.I discovered it looking for information on the rumblings my spouse and I heard a month ago. The information and gifted
minds collaborating knowledge is fabulous.
I used my cell phone to record the sun in the sky and when played back it shows something we can't see with the visible eye. I'll try to download
that. Alot of activity on the internet with videos of two suns supposedly visible in May. The November 8, 2011 is YU55. Asteroid 1,300 feet wide
supposedly smacked the asteroid Sheila, which is 1000 feet wide???
Thanks for your info, and everyone who seem to be putting together pieces of the puzzle.
These are all the links:
edit on 28-4-2011 by jsfad because: links to the sites. Changed spacenews.com to "space.com" corrections.
28-4-2011 by jsfad because: (no reason given)