Newly Discovered Hazardous Asteroid Moving In The Direction

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PostMon Sep 30, 2013 7:43 pm » by xromano


An asteroid the size of the one that recently buzzed the Ural’s has been discovered moving in the direction of planet Earth and is now considered a potentially hazardous asteroid to the planet. The asteroid is between 15 and 20 meters in size and is only 11,000km away from the Earth....
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Wow!!! If this really happens, we will be in great danger. God bless all.. :owned: :owned: :owned:

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PostMon Sep 30, 2013 8:02 pm » by Poppa_pygar


If it was only 11,000 km away from Earth it would already be here :lol:
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PostMon Sep 30, 2013 9:34 pm » by Fatdogmendoza


Poppa_pygar wrote:If it was only 11,000 km away from Earth it would already be here :lol:


And gone... :lol:
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PostMon Sep 30, 2013 10:02 pm » by DarkHeart


the space rock “is moving in the direction of the Earth ‘. They are not, however, provide additional details


Maybe we are already dead and are mocking this from the afterlife :headscratch:



Or maybe :bullshit:
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PostTue Oct 01, 2013 9:01 am » by xromano


Fatdogmendoza wrote:
Poppa_pygar wrote:If it was only 11,000 km away from Earth it would already be here :lol:


And gone... :lol:


Are you sure??? :mrgreen:

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PostTue Oct 01, 2013 9:59 am » by Canubis


xromano wrote:
Fatdogmendoza wrote:
Poppa_pygar wrote:If it was only 11,000 km away from Earth it would already be here :lol:


And gone... :lol:


Are you sure??? :mrgreen:


Everyone go to your town SQ and RING your TOWN BELLS/ALARM!!!!! Doomtard me not because i could stop Roids piss easy :P

if it came to it i could think of 100s of ways to stop it so this is bullshit :) the worst thing that can happen is if a roid hits my house n if that happens I blame HAARP n NASA
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PostTue Oct 01, 2013 10:00 am » by Termite


In order to maintain escape velocity the asteroid would have to be travelling at a minimum of 17, 460 miles per hour. This would cover the 11,000 km in a matter of hours. If it is not maintaining escape velocity and it is falling towards earth then it would be accelerating without any atmospheric resistance thereby accelerating to approx. 14,000 to 17,000 miles per hour(if it began to fall from a stationary position 11,000 km from Earth's surface). If it is on a preset trajectory towards Earth then the acceleration caused by the Earth's gravity would be compounded into the current velocity making it travel at WELL over the 14 to 17,000 miles per hour that it would reach falling from a stationary position. Given the fact that it is NOT on a direct trajectory towards the Earth then it MUST be travelling at over 17,460 miles per hour (the necessary orbital velocity of the space station). No matter how you look at it, we would already have been struck by it or it would be GONE!
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PostTue Oct 01, 2013 10:09 am » by Canubis


Termite wrote:In order to maintain escape velocity the asteroid would have to be travelling at a minimum of 17, 460 miles per hour. This would cover the 11,000 km in a matter of hours. If it is not maintaining escape velocity and it is falling towards earth then it would be accelerating without any atmospheric resistance thereby accelerating to approx. 14,000 to 17,000 miles per hour(if it began to fall from a stationary position 11,000 km from Earth's surface). If it is on a preset trajectory towards Earth then the acceleration caused by the Earth's gravity would be compounded into the current velocity making it travel at WELL over the 14 to 17,000 miles per hour that it would reach falling from a stationary position. Given the fact that it is NOT on a direct trajectory towards the Earth then it MUST be travelling at over 17,460 miles per hour (the necessary orbital velocity of the space station). No matter how you look at it, we would already have been struck by it or it would be GONE!


i once measured the earth on Google maps n got 25k ..i thought klms for years... lol it was miles...i h8 miles KLMs pls :) 40k KLMs Round
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PostTue Oct 01, 2013 10:21 am » by Termite


Yes, I hate the conversion too. I moved to Turkey from the United States recently and it drives me crazy. Celsius Fahrenheit Miles Kilometers. Shit! Hahaha. The Earth has a circumference of 24,901 miles and a diameter of 7918 miles(wide). It takes the space shuttle approximately 92 minutes to orbit the Earth travelling at 17,460 If that thing is 11,000 km away that would be only 6835 miles away. If it was coming towards Earth it would have hit within minutes of posting the warning. LOL and that is IF it was falling from a stationary position 6835 miles above the ground. But it's not stationary, so if it was coming towards the Earth at standard solar system velocity(55,000 miles per hour) then it would have struck within seconds of posting the warning. haha.
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PostTue Oct 01, 2013 10:41 am » by Themillz


Maybe it was a typo... 1,111,111


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