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Originally posted by gnosticquasar
So we're all going to die on my birthday. Awesome! But, seriously, does that "m" mean 8 miles or 8 meters?
Originally posted by crazydaisy
I think (not an expert my any means) 0.8 LD is the lunar distance which in this case is fairly close to what we usually have. Someone please please correct me if I'm wrong. Going to go back and try to make out the rest of the info there. The problem would be if the asteroid does not burn up as it should as it heads toward earth - cover and duck!
Originally posted by Violater1
Using the Stellarium program, where can I see this baby coming from? Or what part of the sky do I have to observe to see this?