What ever the simulation is changes scale radically, with a fast zoom out and a fast zoom in. There are many NEO's orbiting Earth and this shows them
as a few present when zoomed in, and as clusters when massively zoomed out around Earth and then at different scales.
When it starts off zoomed in, you can see some asteroids orbiting around themselves (nothing) in the LeGrange points between Earth and
edit on 2-6-2021 by charlyv because: spelling , where caught
The app is changing the scale automatically by design over variable distance and variable time. It may start itself up like this as a demo, or you are
putting in the parameters. That is what the app does. Read the stats and the rates of the timeline.
a reply to: charlyv
That '20 years of asteroids' video uses data "as of January 2018"
the oddity occuring in-app that we're discussing here happens now, this week in 2021
There is no parameter input in-app. The app uses data from NASA JPL. Try it yourself and you'll know
a reply to: Swo0p
Heya Swo0p, I found the asnwer to this mystery!
I felt it deserved its own post, what's the use of it being buried on the back page right?
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