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Originally posted by defcon5
You don't sound too optomistic there? Should I be worried?
Originally posted by everlastingnoitall
'very' is a relative term. I'm talking maybe a few hundred to few thousand feet in diameter. If it has been viewable all day, and is in fact a NEO, then we have to assume something.
Since no one who has been viewing it has reported a change in size, then it would have to be 1) very far out still and 2) quite large to be coming straight at us and not change in perceivable size.
Originally posted by XL5
It would have to be in our atmosphere, it would still be very bright after the sun sets if it was way out there. It would have to be orange 3-5 hours after the clouds turn dark after the sun sets, think of how the moon looks at night.
Well if they shot anything back, I guess they'd nuke us if some one shot at them lol.