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not really that much information regarding comet elenin especially from actual astronomers even nasa they dont tell of its size
Elenin's perihelion (closest to the Sun) is in early September 2011 at a distance from the Sun of 40-45 million miles. It will be closest to Earth on about 16 October, at a distance of about 21 million miles, which is nearly a hundred times farther than the Moon. The comet never comes close to the Earth, but it is expected to be visible in binoculars during August and October. Part of the Internet chatter concerns its size. Comets are exceedingly small and enveloped in a tenuous cloud of gas and dust, so the only way to be sure of their actual dimensions is to visit with a spacecraft. Half a dozen comets have been the target of spacecraft missions, and all of them (even Comet Halley) are less than 10 km in diameter. There is no reason to think Elenin is any different.
Originally posted by EvolEric
Very interesting info...
wish i could watch the video ...dial-up it sucks!!
but you have prompted me to do some research...
Originally posted by captiva
mmmm thanks for the thread. Ive never been into godlike pro before, ever. Yet on trying to see your video I get this.....
SORRY - YOUR IP ADDRESS 188.8.131.52 HAS BEEN BANNED FROM VIEWING THIS WEBSITE
Any ideas what this is about?