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originally posted by: Dimithae
a reply to: TNMockingbird
Never miss another star or space event! I found this program that is awesome. In MIssouri we tend to have cloud cover almost all winter.Then there is the light pollution in the city. This makes it almost impossible to view anything at all in the night sky. I end up missing every event! I found this program that lets you see what is going on up there.Some of you may already know of it,but those that don't,you can download it for free.
originally posted by: piney
But to me it looks like my worst fears Have come true Catalina broke apart at perihelion and Has now become a string of Pearls Like the shoemaker comet that hit Jupiter
If this is so then debris will be scattered Right were our earth travels through
originally posted by: SyxPak
a reply to: piney
Thanx Piney for This Thread. I know some here are mocking this.
But They will be the ones Who are Sorry if The Debris We,
will or May encounter, is of such size/weight that it will NOT Burn up in Our Atmosphere...
originally posted by: Pylgrym
Ice could be made of a different element or compound with a much higher melting point than h2o, and could still land as ice if the chunks were large enough to make it through the atmosphere. Like a falling block of frozen Han Solo, for example. Although I presume we are confident this ice is made of water?
Great point tho, hah you are probably correct.