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SE58 Asteroid - Coming Within 0.0022 AU of Earth 9/27

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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 04:42 AM
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While it is only estimated at 13 meters across, I'm surprised there hasn't been any mention of this, considering how close it's coming, and also considering all the doomsday talk that's been said to line up with the 27th of September. Although it is small, it is at least somewhat interesting.





SOURCE: JPL Small-Body Database Browser




posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 04:45 AM
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I am more concerned about the NEO's that are not listed in the database by NASA.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 04:58 AM
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Even if the orbit diagram is remotely accurate, which it probably isn't considering:


The applet was implemented using 2-body methods, and hence should not be used for determining accurate long-term trajectories (over several years or decades) or planetary encounter circumstances.


then this 42 foot object will still miss us by 329,115 km. Enough space for 25 Earths in between. We're probably safe.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 05:00 AM
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13 meters is pretty small as rocks falling from the sky goes. If anything it will be a very cool light show for all to see. That's assuming it gets pulled in by the earths gravitational force.

Chill out, there be bigger ones to worry about out there for sure



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 05:08 AM
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Originally posted by Wulfie
13 meters is pretty small as rocks falling from the sky goes. If anything it will be a very cool light show for all to see. That's assuming it gets pulled in by the earths gravitational force.

Chill out, there be bigger ones to worry about out there for sure


Oh I wasn't worrying in the least, just thought it was interesting because it's close, relatively speaking, of course. When I first saw the trajectory map, however, I was a little concerned, but then I realized how small it was and let out a sigh of relief.

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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 05:11 AM
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So you're more concerned about something that may not even exist instead of what does?

Sounds just like god...



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 05:20 AM
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Elenin,Elenin!
*wooosh....
Oh...there it goes.
...

...
SE58, SE58!



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 05:28 AM
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NEO Watch list - 2011
Object Name Close Approach Date Miss Distance (AU) Miss Distance (LD) Estimated Diameter* H (mag) Relative Velocity (km/s)

(2011 SR26) 2011-Sep-20 0.1135 44.2 42 m - 94 m 24.0 13.01
(2011 SQ32) 2011-Sep-20 0.0192 7.5 27 m - 60 m 25.0 8.12
(2009 UR5) 2011-Sep-20 0.0842 32.8 19 m - 43 m 25.7 9.42
(2011 SQ25) 2011-Sep-20 0.0987 38.4 53 m - 120 m 23.5 3.74
(2011 SK68) 2011-Sep-21 0.0149 5.8 7.9 m - 18 m 27.6 7.89
(2011 SA25) 2011-Sep-21 0.1904 74.1 54 m - 120 m 23.5 12.82
(2007 TD) 2011-Sep-22 0.0160 6.2 36 m - 79 m 24.4 12.11
(2011 SK16) 2011-Sep-24 0.0468 18.2 56 m - 120 m 23.4 4.81
(2011 SC16) 2011-Sep-25 0.0460 17.9 8.6 m - 19 m 27.4 4.37
(2011 SR5) 2011-Sep-25 0.0573 22.3 170 m - 390 m 20.9 24.84
(2000 SP43) 2011-Sep-26 0.1392 54.2 550 m - 1.2 km 18.4 10.67
(2011 SE58) 2011-Sep-27 0.0016 0.6 7.9 m - 18 m 27.6 15.83
(2011 SR25) 2011-Sep-27 0.1951 75.9 170 m - 380 m 21.0 15.48
(2009 SH2) 2011-Sep-28 0.0770 30.0 28 m - 62 m 24.9 5.79
(2011 ST12) 2011-Sep-29 0.0271 10.5 16 m - 35 m 26.1 6.58
(2011 SQ5) 2011-Sep-29 0.0377 14.7 13 m - 30 m 26.5 6.26
(2011 SO5) 2011-Sep-29 0.0143 5.6 21 m - 47 m 25.5 12.07
(2011 SN25) 2011-Sep-30 0.0342 13.3 14 m - 31 m 26.4 9.12
(2009 HV2) 2011-Oct-01 0.0825 32.1 150 m - 330 m 21.3 14.64
(2009 DO111) 2011-Oct-01 0.0787 30.6 71 m - 160 m 22.9 6.79
(2011 FS2) 2011-Oct-01 0.1937 75.4 16 m - 35 m 26.2 7.22
(2011 SF25) 2011-Oct-01 0.1444 56.2 160 m - 370 m 21.1 10.46
(2011 SF3) 2011-Oct-01 0.1312 51.1 200 m - 440 m 20.7 8.68
247517 (2002 QY6) 2011-Oct-03 0.1276 49.7 330 m - 740 m 19.5 22.68
(2011 HC36) 2011-Oct-04 0.0982 38.2 180 m - 410 m 20.8 12.70
(2011 SC25) 2011-Oct-04 0.0964 37.5 30 m - 67 m 24.7 8.73
(2011 QE38) 2011-Oct-05 0.0607 23.6 94 m - 210 m 22.3 8.02
(2004 SW26) 2011-Oct-06 0.1253 48.8 20 m - 44 m 25.7 12.55
(2005 TQ45) 2011-Oct-07 0.0915 35.6 21 m - 46 m 25.6 13.65
85770 (1998 UP1) 2011-Oct-07 0.1997 77.7 220 m - 500 m 20.4 16.98
(1993 DA) 2011-Oct-08 0.1956 76.1 14 m - 31 m 26.4 7.25
(2000 AB6) 2011-Oct-09 0.0719 28.0 100 m - 230 m 22.1 9.31
163081 (2002 AG29) 2011-Oct-09 0.1981 77.1 620 m - 1.4 km 18.2 7.28
(2010 CC55) 2011-Oct-09 0.1822 70.9 88 m - 200 m 22.4 16.19
(1998 SD9) 2011-Oct-09 0.0725 28.2 41 m - 91 m 24.1 12.62
(2005 SL) 2011-Oct-10 0.0659 25.6 71 m - 160 m 22.9 10.20
(2004 JO20) 2011-Oct-11 0.1590 61.9 16 m - 35 m 26.1 15.04
(2011 SE16) 2011-Oct-12 0.0788 30.7 31 m - 69 m 24.7 4.38
(2011 SS25) 2011-Oct-12 0.1809 70.4 710 m - 1.6 km 17.9 32.20
(2010 GM65) 2011-Oct-12 0.0376 14.6 87 m - 190 m 22.4 20.85
138524 (2000 OJ8) 2011-Oct-13 0.1280 49.8 1.5 km - 3.3 km 16.3 10.36
(2011 SQ12) 2011-Oct-14 0.0976 38.0 190 m - 430 m 20.7 9.00
(1990 UA) 2011-Oct-15 0.0845 32.9 400 m 19.6 16.64
(2009 TM8) 2011-Oct-17 0.0023 0.9 5.1 m - 11 m 28.6 8.18
(2007 SV1) 2011-Oct-17 0.1772 68.9 31 m - 68 m 24.7 13.28
(2009 UC) 2011-Oct-18 0.0571 22.2 13 m - 29 m 26.6 12.96
(1998 SC15) 2011-Oct-18 0.1215 47.3 370 m - 820 m 19.3 16.79
(2011 SO32) 2011-Oct-20 0.0844 32.8 210 m - 470 m 20.5 13.24
(2001 UP) 2011-Oct-21 0.1149 44.7 20 m - 44 m 25.7 11.55
(2011 SJ16) 2011-Oct-21 0.1234 48.0 470 m - 1.0 km 18.8 24.91
(2011 SM68) 2011-Oct-22 0.0936 36.4 310 m - 700 m 19.6 20.36
(2003 FH) 2011-Oct-24 0.0653 25.4 450 m - 1.0 km 18.9 22.79
(2011 SP70) 2011-Oct-24 0.1418 55.2 77 m - 170 m 22.7 12.40
(2006 SP19) 2011-Oct-26 0.0906 35.3 33 m - 74 m 24.5 10.06
(1993 VD) 2011-Oct-26 0.0902 35.1 120 m - 280 m 21.7 19.58
(2011 QY39) 2011-Oct-27 0.0819 31.9 240 m - 550 m 20.2 9.89
(2005 CJ) 2011-Oct-27 0.0823 32.0 230 m - 520 m 20.3 9.88
(2011 LC19) 2011-Oct-29 0.0580 22.6 540 m - 1.2 km 18.5 14.54
(2010 VU98) 2011-Oct-31 0.0462 18.0 30 m - 68 m 24.7 10.22
(2009 VN1) 2011-Nov-06 0.1299 50.5 39 m - 88 m 24.2 13.61
(2011 FZ2) 2011-Nov-07 0.1950 75.9 980 m - 2.2 km 17.2 24.09
(2007 VF189) 2011-Nov-07 0.1217 47.4 5.7 m - 13 m 28.3 14.99
(2006 JY26) 2011-Nov-08 0.1208 47.0 5.7 m - 13 m 28.3 6.58
(2010 LM68) 2011-Nov-08 0.1861 72.4 180 m - 410 m 20.8 9.55
(2005 XB1) 2011-Nov-08 0.0742 28.9 120 m - 260 m 21.8 13.15
(2005 YU55) 2011-Nov-08 0.0022 0.8 110 m - 240 m 21.9 13.72
(2004 VB61) 2011-Nov-09 0.1866 72.6 100 m - 230 m 22.0 6.28
(2008 UX) 2011-Nov-10 0.1463 56.9 190 m - 430 m 20.7 18.71
(1992 JD) 2011-Nov-11 0.1129 43.9 26 m - 59 m 25.0 7.72
(2008 NA) 2011-Nov-12 0.1634 63.6 48 m - 110 m 23.7 12.08

Continued...



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 05:29 AM
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138852 (2000 WN10) 2011-Nov-12 0.1318 51.3 270 m - 600 m 20.0 13.15
154275 (2002 SR41) 2011-Nov-13 0.1918 74.6 240 m - 540 m 20.2 11.64
10145 (1994 CK1) 2011-Nov-16 0.1767 68.8 920 m - 2.1 km 17.3 13.10
(2010 WG3) 2011-Nov-17 0.1162 45.2 84 m - 190 m 22.5 8.33
202683 (2006 US216) 2011-Nov-17 0.1958 76.2 290 m - 660 m 19.8 17.99
(2005 WS3) 2011-Nov-19 0.1216 47.3 160 m - 350 m 21.2 15.81
(2008 WL64) 2011-Nov-20 0.1634 63.6 500 m - 1.1 km 18.6 34.02
175706 (1996 FG3) 2011-Nov-23 0.1014 39.5 670 m - 1.5 km 18.0 8.13
(2010 RJ43) 2011-Nov-26 0.1930 75.1 59 m - 130 m 23.3 10.66
(2008 KT) 2011-Nov-27 0.0674 26.2 6.0 m - 14 m 28.2 4.97
(1994 XL1) 2011-Nov-28 0.1182 46.0 180 m - 400 m 20.8 16.36
289315 (2005 AN26) 2011-Nov-29 0.0918 35.7 550 m - 1.2 km 18.4 12.51
(2002 TZ66) 2011-Nov-30 0.1471 57.3 18 m - 39 m 25.9 4.30
(2004 JN1) 2011-Dec-01 0.1473 57.3 54 m - 120 m 23.5 8.96
(2006 WO3) 2011-Dec-01 0.1564 60.9 140 m - 300 m 21.5 13.38
(2011 KG4) 2011-Dec-03 0.0921 35.9 67 m - 150 m 23.0 12.52
(2003 XV) 2011-Dec-04 0.0262 10.2 12 m - 27 m 26.7 12.66
(2010 TK7) 2011-Dec-05 0.1991 77.5 200 m - 450 m 20.6 14.62
170502 (2003 WM7) 2011-Dec-09 0.1224 47.6 960 m - 2.1 km 17.2 28.54
(2003 SS84) 2011-Dec-09 0.1723 67.0 120 m - 260 m 21.8 10.96

There ya go kids... have fun with the fear mongering!! >8P



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 05:34 AM
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Please stop trying to scare the population unnecessarily. I'd greatly appreciate it, as would they as well.
We have enough to be concerned about that's real right now, if you got info about a definite large impact, we'd love to see the proof!

13 meters across, and you felt that should raise red flags? UARS makes that look like soft snow flakes.

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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 05:36 AM
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Guess this one doesn't have a fancy name and is really small. Elenin, if it would have been on collision course and hit earth would have been a serious catastrophy, especially since it's relative speed is very high. If a rock of "only" 13 meters hits earth, unless its solid iron, would only under very unfortunate circumstances (like pieces of it hitting a nuclear powerplant or the wall of a dam) do much damage.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 05:54 AM
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The OP said that this was , and I quote, "somewhat interesting". Since when does that constitute fear mongering?



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 06:02 AM
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Originally posted by JibbyJedi
Please stop trying to scare the population unnecessarily. I'd greatly appreciate it, as would they as well.
We have enough to be concerned about that's real right now, if you got info about a definite large impact, we'd love to see the proof!

13 meters across, and you felt that should raise red flags? UARS makes that look like soft snow flakes.

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Scaring the population? I was just pointing out this object because of how near it's coming, not that it's going to slam into the Earth and bring the world to an end. As I stated, it's about 13m in diameter, about the size of a bus, not really that much of a threat. If it does come close enough, we'll get to see a nice streak running through the sky, that's about it.

Also, I'm well aware of the other "near earth objects" on the radar, and this is projected to be the closest, at least in regards to the near future.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 08:19 AM
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Agreed, 13m object of typical mass shouldn't cause an ELE but doesn't it depend on where it impacts? What's the projected explosive tonnage of such an impact? If it just happened to land on a major city or industrial area anywhere in the world we would all feel the societal repercussions for years. Not highly likely yet a possibility.

ganjoa



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 08:30 AM
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Originally posted by JibbyJedi
Please stop trying to scare the population unnecessarily. I'd greatly appreciate it, as would they as well.
We have enough to be concerned about that's real right now, if you got info about a definite large impact, we'd love to see the proof!

13 meters across, and you felt that should raise red flags? UARS makes that look like soft snow flakes.

edit on 26-9-2011 by JibbyJedi because: (no reason given)


Yet another "wannabe forum moderator"

Seems like you are not allowed to post anything on this site recently unless it results in a massive worldwide event that will kill all mankind or some BS "my dream wasn't a dream and we're all going to die!!"

At no point does the OP claim that this will even hit earth let alone cause an "ELE"

this forum is overpopulated... where is the NWO when you need a population cull? ...



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 08:31 AM
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Originally posted by Chadwickus
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So you're more concerned about something that may not even exist instead of what does?

Sounds just like god...



I am insinuating that NASA cannot have every single NEO on their database and that they may even deliberately leave a few off the chart.



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posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 08:36 AM
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I am insinuating that NASA cannot have every single NEO on their database


Should have stopped there.

There are many independent observatories looking for NEO's, how do you think Elenin was found? Not by NASA.



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 08:38 AM
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I found the OP quite interesting really, didn't scare me whatsoever. Thank you so much though for thinking about us in these troubled times. You the man........




posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 08:44 AM
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Originally posted by Chadwickus
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I am insinuating that NASA cannot have every single NEO on their database


Should have stopped there.

There are many independent observatories looking for NEO's, how do you think Elenin was found? Not by NASA.



Are you suggesting that all NEO's will be spotted before they get close to the earth?



posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 08:48 AM
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No, I'm suggesting that this statement



they may even deliberately leave a few off the chart


Is completely false.



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