Will Asteroid YU55 Hit The Moon?

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PostThu Jul 21, 2011 5:15 pm » by Savwafair2012


HERE’S A HIGHLY SPECULATIVE take on the November close encounter:

What if asteroid 2005 YU55 is on a collision course… with the the Moon?


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The suggestion presented here is that YU55 will collide with the Moon on November 3, 2011. With a mass of 55 million tons and traveling at 30,000 miles an hour, YU55 would exert a force the equivalent of 65,000 atomic bombs. No one knows what the consequences of such a collision would be…

Well, I say ‘no one’…

Note: Most calculations suggest that YU55 will not hit the moon—and that it’s closest approach to the moon will be on November 9th—but that’s using the officially released NASA data. The animation above is most likely the view from the ecliptic (from the Sun?), and therefore misleading. It is true, however, that the asteroid will pass closer to the Moon than the Earth, as it leaves.—Admin ]exohuman


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PostThu Jul 21, 2011 5:34 pm » by Seemychess


pin ball wizard at play here i see. but where is it going to hit. looks like we can not dodge this one.

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PostThu Jul 21, 2011 5:36 pm » by Krowklown


man i bet she is getting tired i know i must of set and watched her do this for at least 25- 30 min...lol Image but we all will die someday...better from asteroid than a death by the poisons we eat,drink and breath Image

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PostFri Jul 22, 2011 6:48 pm » by Glassjaw667


At least I can say it would be one of the coolest things I ever saw before I died.

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PostFri Jul 22, 2011 8:42 pm » by Nakchopoe


savwafair2012 wrote: With a mass of 55 million tons and traveling at 30,000 miles an hour, YU55 would exert a force the equivalent of 65,000 atomic bombs. No one knows what the consequences of such a collision would be…

65.000 of which kind of atomic bomb?

http://www.isequal.com/nagasaki_fat_man_atomic_bomb/nagasaki_fat_man_atomic_bomb_tsar_bomba_russian_bomb.shtml
You see, the kind of atomic bomb can greatly influence the consequences of such a collision..
:cheers:
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PostMon Jul 25, 2011 12:19 am » by Stormride03


Let's say the moon does get completely destroyed, gone forever. What consequences would it have on our daily lives? Does the moon do anything else than look pretty at night and control the tide?

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PostMon Jul 25, 2011 12:27 am » by Will69ease


nakchopoe wrote:
savwafair2012 wrote: With a mass of 55 million tons and traveling at 30,000 miles an hour, YU55 would exert a force the equivalent of 65,000 atomic bombs. No one knows what the consequences of such a collision would be…

65.000 of which kind of atomic bomb?

http://www.isequal.com/nagasaki_fat_man_atomic_bomb/nagasaki_fat_man_atomic_bomb_tsar_bomba_russian_bomb.shtml
You see, the kind of atomic bomb can greatly influence the consequences of such a collision..
:cheers:

This kind...
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PostMon Jul 25, 2011 2:07 am » by Nakchopoe


ah, the kind that goes !!!KABOOOOOOOM!!! ?

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PostMon Jul 25, 2011 3:47 am » by Nilm33


Ive heard some scientists argue that if we had no moon there would be no seasons, resulting in a constant climate year round. 72 degrees with a slight breeze, but who knows.
There would be no tides, and the 24 hour day would be shortened (i think).


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PostThu Aug 04, 2011 3:22 pm » by Magich


:l: No it won't. The Aliens living on the moon will divert it !


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