I have read a thread here the other day about a firefighter having a predictive dream of a comet coming in for a hit followed by many little comets.
Well i found this video and i found it important enough to relate this as my first post.
Its not a comet, its an asteroid. Its also smaller then 90% of the junk that we launch up there that burns up harmlessly in the atmosphere on
re-entry. In a nutshell, even if this hit us, which it won’t, there is zero percent chance its going to do any significant damage.
BTW welcome to ATS.
edit on 2/9/2011 by defcon5 because: (no reason given)
Assuming your post is referring to Feb 11th 2011 the Astronomical unit for Comet Elenin or AU measurements is 2.669AU on Feb 11th 2011. Convert this
into miles is 248,099,049.59678 from earth. I believe your a little off on your distance. and you should know how to use the JPL orbit diagram
first before posting "opinionated" "uneducated" measurements. Just an FYI....Oct 17th 2011 is the month that comet Elenin is closes to earth at
about .24AU or 22,309,393.744184 miles.
I recommend spaceweather.com to watch for asteroids and near earth objects...whats cool is we're seeing more objects at faster pace because
technology is improving...but it also makes it seem like unseen destruction is always around the corner....lets hope all these little ones we're
barely starting to see aren't the shower before the storm
If you go to space weather...Check out 2000 PN9 and move the dates up to March 10th. Its a 2.6km sized asteroid, much larger than all the other
sightings that are to come within the few weeks...I found that one interesting, because I hear a lot about that Pole Shift on March 15th the Ides...
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