OK You Ready for this One Can an asteroid have a 2014 prefix in 2013?

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posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:01 AM
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Can an asteroid have a 2014 prefix in 2013?

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CONFIRM DEEP IMPACT THIS YEAR 2013????
CONFIRM??? DO ASTEROID COLLIDE WITH EARTH?

A gigantic asteroid is heading for earth and may make a… deep impact!

It’s the biggest threat to Earth in a millenium.

The space rock, which is called 2014 AZ5, is about 960 feet wide. It may come hit Earth in early 2013 and there are urgent meetings going on among scientists on how deflect it.

During the session of the Committee of Science and Technology of the United Nations last year, was held in Vienna, and there is urgent agenda ridiculous
Was rather.

Currently, asteroid called "2014AZ5" it has toward the earth, the worst, and in March of the next year

They say there is a possibility that crashed into the earth.

Discovered in January last year, 2014AZ5, the structure and composition of its mass is unknown at present.

You know, the only thing he said about the width is approximately 290m.

Occurred in Siberia in 1908 as an example of the collision of asteroids of comparable width, "Tunguska explosion"

And the like, if you crashed into the Earth, on the seriousness of the damage, at least, is within 30km radius from the point of falling

Buildings that blow without a trace.

If the metropolitan area would be devastating if this fell in Tokyo .......

Mr. Kuami-sector Roimo European Space Agency (ESA) mission on this solar system,
Closest approach of "2014AZ5, March 2013.

More than that is impossible at the present stage and answer many uncertainties.
I'm not saying much "and now I just have to work with governments around the world compete.

But I said to mobilize full supercomputers across the United States, to simulate asteroid research project in North America

2014AZ5 has crashed in southern California and with a probability of 1 in 125 minutes on March 17 next year

If you have the results Michibikidashi jar!

However, in this calculation, if the exact mass 2014AZ5 has not been input, is a common mass

It has been assumed.

Asteroid mass is small, it is difficult to calculate trajectory is sensitive to the gravitational pull of other celestial bodies actually.

In the magnitude of the mass, orbit significantly changes, the orbit of the Earth at closest approach, I do not know about a week ago and not one


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posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:10 AM
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OK this where facebook got the info ????????

www.news24.com...



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:11 AM
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You should spend some time on improving your English writing in this tread..
having a hard time understanding the meaning of the sentences you make
That or I need to drink more water



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:15 AM
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posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:15 AM
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Also found Youtube




posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:19 AM
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Originally posted by Spacespider
You should spend some time on improving your English writing in this tread..
having a hard time understanding the meaning of the sentences you make
That or I need to drink more water


Most of the sentences came from here
www.news24.com...



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:22 AM
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What sets this one apart from the last 20 or so asteroids that were supposed to destroy earth, but didn't ?

Only speaking of the past two years here.



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:23 AM
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Also from
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Really?
This is where you are getting your information.
Don't worry, Bat Boy will save us.



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:24 AM
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ok here one
found 1 solitary exception with a 2014 prefix in jpl NEO
2014 Vasilevskis (1973 JA)
ssd.jpl.nasa.gov...



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:29 AM
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Originally posted by Chadwickus
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Ok how do you explain this one then
found 1 solitary exception with a 2014 prefix in jpl NEO
2014 Vasilevskis (1973 JA)
ssd.jpl.nasa.gov...

no 2014 AZ5 in any asteroid database, the Minor planet center
But it has a 2013 AZ5, but it is not going to hit us.
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posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:31 AM
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It is a hoax.


Take a read on how Asteroids and other minor planetary bodies are numbered/names:

Provisional Designation


he first letter indicates the half-month of the object's discovery within that year —"A" denotes discovery in the first half of January, "D" is for the second half of February, "J" is for the first half of May ("I" is not used), and so on until "Y" for the second half of December. The first half is always the 1st through to the 15th of the month, regardless of the numbers of days in the second "half". The second letter and the number indicate the order or discovery within that half-month. The 8th minor planet discovered in the second half of March 1950, for example, would be provisionally designated 1950 FH. But since modern techniques typically yield far more than 25 objects (again, "I" is not used) in a half-month, a subscript number is appended to indicate the number of times that the letters have cycled through. Thus, the 28th minor planet discovered in the second half of March 1950 would be 1950 FC1. For technical reasons, such as ASCII limitations, the subscript is sometimes "flattened out", so that this could be written 1950 FC1. The subscripts were first used with 1926 GA1.



So "2014 AZ" would be an asteroid discovered on January 25th, in the year 2014.......and as the year is 2013, there is no such asteroids.

If one were to discover a new asteroid today it would be designated 2013 EF

No asteroid will be designated 2014 until we have reached the year 2014
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posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:38 AM
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Originally posted by Trillium

Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by Trillium
 


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Ok how do you explain this one then
found 1 solitary exception with a 2014 prefix in jpl NEO
2014 Vasilevskis (1973 JA)
ssd.jpl.nasa.gov...


2014 Vasilevskis is that asteroid's actual NAME.

It's designation is actually 1973 JA. It was discovered back in 1973. It is not a NEO, and only comes within 2.4 AU of our planet. It's not a threat.
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posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 06:46 AM
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OP Please fix your Facebook link as it doesn't work



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 07:02 AM
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Originally posted by curiouswa
OP Please fix your Facebook link as it doesn't work


You may have to like or friend the page first
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posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 07:20 AM
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Uhh well no. it's a corrupted url.

and what's the deal with posting links to facebook expecting likes ?

what a scam...



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 07:28 AM
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Originally posted by winofiend
reply to post by Trillium
 


Uhh well no. it's a corrupted url.

and what's the deal with posting links to facebook expecting likes ?

what a scam...


Well I also see your answer has nothing to do with the Question
and I did give a example
found 1 solitary exception with a 2014 prefix in jpl NEO
2014 Vasilevskis (1973 JA)
ssd.jpl.nasa.gov...
and I never once said this was a true story just digging.


Here more info I found
astroblogger.blogspot.com.au...
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posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 07:42 AM
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Originally posted by eriktheawful
It is a hoax.


Take a read on how Asteroids and other minor planetary bodies are numbered/names:

Provisional Designation


he first letter indicates the half-month of the object's discovery within that year —"A" denotes discovery in the first half of January, "D" is for the second half of February, "J" is for the first half of May ("I" is not used), and so on until "Y" for the second half of December. The first half is always the 1st through to the 15th of the month, regardless of the numbers of days in the second "half". The second letter and the number indicate the order or discovery within that half-month. The 8th minor planet discovered in the second half of March 1950, for example, would be provisionally designated 1950 FH. But since modern techniques typically yield far more than 25 objects (again, "I" is not used) in a half-month, a subscript number is appended to indicate the number of times that the letters have cycled through. Thus, the 28th minor planet discovered in the second half of March 1950 would be 1950 FC1. For technical reasons, such as ASCII limitations, the subscript is sometimes "flattened out", so that this could be written 1950 FC1. The subscripts were first used with 1926 GA1.



So "2014 AZ" would be an asteroid discovered on January 25th, in the year 2014.......and as the year is 2013, there is no such asteroids.

If one were to discover a new asteroid today it would be designated 2013 EF

No asteroid will be designated 2014 until we have reached the year 2014
edit on 7-3-2013 by eriktheawful because: (no reason given)


Was prety sure it was a HOAX
At lease you answer part off the question Thank You
If some member were more interested in answering the question then FLAMING



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 08:11 AM
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Before you start parroting what other say on Facebook, how about checking what astronomers say? (BTW, I know that Jango Fixit, he will parrot any story he sees, no matter how ridiculous)

Asteroid 2014 AZ5 Will Not Hit Earth (Because it Doesn't Exist) - astroblogger.blogspot.com.au...

If and when there is a danger of an asteroid colliding with Earth, you will hear about it from reliable sources like MPC or JPL.



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 08:29 AM
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Originally posted by wildespace
Before you start parroting what other say on Facebook, how about checking what astronomers say? (BTW, I know that Jango Fixit, he will parrot any story he sees, no matter how ridiculous)

Asteroid 2014 AZ5 Will Not Hit Earth (Because it Doesn't Exist) - astroblogger.blogspot.com.au...

If and when there is a danger of an asteroid colliding with Earth, you will hear about it from reliable sources like MPC or JPL.


Will repeat myseft ******* Can an asteroid have a 2014 prefix in 2013?, ***********
See another that miss the question only interested in Flamming
did any of you read the header



posted on Mar, 7 2013 @ 08:34 AM
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Originally posted by Trillium
Will repeat myseft ******* Can an asteroid have a 2014 prefix in 2013?, ***********
See another that miss the question only interested in Flamming
did any of you read the header


The question has been answered!! eriktheawful did so in this post.


Originally posted by eriktheawful

2014 Vasilevskis is that asteroid's actual NAME.

It's designation is actually 1973 JA. It was discovered back in 1973. It is not a NEO, and only comes within 2.4 AU of our planet. It's not a threat.
edit on 7-3-2013 by eriktheawful because: (no reason given)


2014 Vasilevskis - is the name
1973 JA - is the designation





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