ISOn Update : 24 September 2013 "Eros and ISON moving together in the sky"

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posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 12:35 AM
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Is this a hoax?




posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 12:57 AM
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GeneralChaos
Ohh joy, another comet Ison thread.
Can't get enough of those now can we?
I await tomorrows much anticipated Ison thread.

I can't wait to see what you'll obsess over and fixate on once this comet has passed.

iam sory sir if this disturb you..my bad..but please apreciate someone, if you dont like it just dont read it..its simple,, we that give me flag,star,coment is interesting of this comet..
i live only once, and so excited to see this one..once again TQx



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 12:58 AM
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VulcanScienceAcademy
Is this a hoax?

No sir it isn't



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 01:05 AM
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GeneralChaos
Ohh joy, another comet Ison thread.
Can't get enough of those now can we?
I await tomorrows much anticipated Ison thread.

I can't wait to see what you'll obsess over and fixate on once this comet has passed.





Ohh joy, Another pathetic troll. The thing that gets me about posts like yours is why even waste your time? Do you have OCD or something and just can not help yourself? I could at least understand that a little or is it you just want a little attention and this is the best thing you have going.



Thank you OP for bringing more info I enjoy your threads and I am not very educated on comets and such and you provide me with a way to learn about them........Thanks.
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posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 01:10 AM
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Good Job cheesy.
Thx for the update.

S&F.

I waiting the reaction of Mars, Phobos and Deimos...



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 01:29 AM
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Thank you OP for bringing more info I enjoy your threads and I am not very educated on comets and such and you provide me with a way to learn about them........Thanks.

Tq For you too sir..

iam not very educated too..but the curious mind make me searching and learning..



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 01:31 AM
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Arken
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Good Job cheesy.
Thx for the update.

S&F.

I waiting the reaction of Mars, Phobos and Deimos...

glad to see you Mr.Arken..you one of my favorite Thread master

may i joint too..waiting Great Sight?



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 01:35 AM
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I enjoy when people are very passionate about something even if I am not. It draws me in and leads me in new paths I might not have gone down. And you sir actually care about this comet and your passion for it makes me want to learn more.



Also you are very kind and nice about answering questions and that is a rare talent these days. You do not come off as arrogant or condescending you come off as truly inquisitive about this subject and ATS dare I say the world need more people like you.
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posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 02:24 AM
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SubTruth
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I enjoy when people are very passionate about something even if I am not. It draws me in and leads me in new paths I might have gone down. And you sir actually care about this comet and your passion for it makes me want to learn more.



Also you are very kind and nice about answering questions and that is a rare talent these days. You do not come off as arrogant or condescending you come off as truly inquisitive about this subject and ATS dare I say the world need more people like you.
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Tq Sir, i am not that kind
,, i am searching for information here, not for debate..ATS is Great site for that, same as you sir great! i meet lot of Smart and Gentle poeple here..



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 03:17 AM
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Melbourne_Militia
What sort of gravitational impact upon Earth will ISON have if any as it passes?


Going along the theory that when planets are lined up in orbit theres more chance of earthquakes, will ISON have a similar effect as it passes?

Also, there hasnt been much mention lately about how close ISON will get to MARS as it flies past. I read somewhere it would be close enough to impact one of its moons should it be in the way.

Can anyone verify how close it will get to Mars itself?


Seems it's the comet after ISON that will be close to Mars
NASA to keep protective eye on Mars spacecraft as comets buzz by

Another comet coming
After ISON, scientists will look forward to Comet Siding Spring, Meyer said. That comet will make a very close approach to Mars in October 2014, skirting just 76,428 miles (123,000 km) from the planet, according to the current best estimates.

"That promises to be pretty exciting," Meyer said. "Right now, in all honesty, what we know about it and what sort of calculations can be done … the error bars are extremely large."

The comet poses risks to orbiters circling Mars, Meyer said, a prospect that may lead to re-orienting and maneuvering of the craft to protect them from comet particle strikes. But whether it's a 10 percent, 1 percent or 0.1 percent risk remains unknown at the moment, he said.

More at the site



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 04:51 AM
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C/2012 S1 ISON will not pass anywhere near the two moons of Mars. Closest approach is just over 0.07AU, which is approximately 10.5 million kms. The outermost moon of Mars (Deimos) orbits only 23400 kms from the centre of the planet. Even C/2013 A1 Siding Spring (the comet that gets VERY close to Mars in October 2014) will pass outside the orbits of both moons.
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posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 05:11 AM
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Oh no, no. The presentation is not mine. I found it when I was looking at images of comets. Did you see the painting with two comets in it?
I would embed it here but I don't know
how haha.
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posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 05:27 AM
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Tsu322
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Oh no, no. The presentation is not mine. I found it when I was looking at images of comets. Did you see the painting with two comets in it?
I would embed it here but I don't know
how haha.
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owh iam sory..but really nice Find!
is this image?


i will tell you how with my pleasure..


Fisrt look at the image, then Pres Print Screen on you Right top Corner, then open Ms.Paint (at Start menu,accesories,paint) then Paste it..save as, (JPG,PNG,Etc)..Then You can upload here..

everithing on your screen, you can upload it
dont forget to give the link source if you want to create new thread..maybe some of the picture are copyright..
may i asking? what is the connection of this image sir?
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posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 05:30 AM
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cheesy
Hii..We have Another Great Info From Lovely Comet, Now this time ISON walk together with A Massive Asteroid "EROS".



Animation made from 9 of 10 images. Contrast enhanced to see the comet tail better.


 




ODD


you say the objects ar .06 AU apart...


in other reports ION is speedinf along at 73,000 miles per hour


in another report ISON is over 3,000 km in diameter


now that we can compare ISON with a known solar system asteroid we can deduce that ISON is neither traveling at 73 thousand km per hour nor is it a moon sized object... it is just a common ball of ice-&-gas



 


Oh those sporatic points of light that appear to have a direction of travel...
i just read a article which spoke of the 'photon sphere' events of light bending around a black-hole
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posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 05:31 AM
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posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 05:38 AM
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St Udio

cheesy
Hii..We have Another Great Info From Lovely Comet, Now this time ISON walk together with A Massive Asteroid "EROS".



Animation made from 9 of 10 images. Contrast enhanced to see the comet tail better.


 




ODD


you say the objects ar .06 AU apart...


in other reports ION is speedinf along at 73,000 miles per hour


in another report ISON is over 3,000 km in diameter


now that we can compare ISON with a known solar system asteroid we can deduce that ISON is neither traveling at 73 thousand km per hour nor is it a moon sized object... it is just a common ball of ice-&-gas



 


Oh those sporatic points of light that appear to have a direction of travel...
i just read a article which spoke of the 'photon sphere' events of light bending around a black-hole
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Tq, I think more far object from our eye more slow it will look in distance..
but maybe i wrong too, i am so sory not an expert of physics..



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 05:51 AM
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cheesy




Tq, I think more far object from our eye more slow it will look in distance..
but maybe i wrong too, i am so sory not an expert of physics..


 



i just knew that the viewers perspective would be brought up...
also that we are only seeing the apparent neck-to-neck racing in a 10 frame span of time


but regardless of the reliability of this snapshot eye-witnessing... there can be lots of solid facts to be derived from a comparison analysis...
there just seems to be excessive hyperbole about ISON and the suddenly 'quiet' Sun activity that it might behoove us at ATS to look at the ISON - EROS conjunction with sharp minds & investigative eyes



~nemaste~



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 06:01 AM
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Thank you cheesy.

When I see the picture I see dark rain falling heavy from the two comets. Maybe this is how the disease arrives on earth? Bacteria on small rocks? Poison liquid rain? From one comet or the other?

Have you come across this thread? The image would also fit well here.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

PS, did you enjoy the Mother Shipton thread? To me, it is all fitting together and makes it all more exciting.



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 06:04 AM
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Cheesy, I have to say, what you lack in English grammar you certainly make up in thread creation and design, your embeds are outstanding. Your a true asset to the site, and you have a great sense of humour, I love your cheesy comet.
Keep up the good work, another great thread. s+f.



posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 06:19 AM
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I agree. I would rather read Cheesys posts than someone that is too scientific with big words because chances are I will not understand it. Cheesy says it in a way I understand and he shares my excitement so I am very happy when I see a new thread.





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