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bmpbmp
2003-Sep-25, 07:27 PM
http://66.242.35.139/bbs/message.php?message=166489&mpage=1&topic=3&showwee k=9/22/2003

Betenoire
2003-Sep-25, 07:34 PM
bmpbmp, it looks like you are posting to your own thread there. I'm sure they don't need you cluttering up their board.

bmpbmp
2003-Sep-25, 07:37 PM
what you are saying

LTC8K6
2003-Sep-25, 07:37 PM
When nothing of the sort happens on November the sixth, what will bmpbmp do his act with next?

I said in another post that I was wondering what bmpbmp would be using next.

Now I know.

I think we should all ignore bmpbmp.

bmpbmp
2003-Sep-25, 07:45 PM
How close will it get towords earth.

How big is it

Is that the same as this one

http://edu.zelenogorsk.ru/astron/orbits/c2001q4.htm

bmpbmp
2003-Sep-25, 07:53 PM
Hi I used the simulator to view this and got a close aproch on May 7 2004

Here is the simulator i entered c2002 q4

http://www.astroarts.co.jp/simulation/cometary-orbit.php

bmpbmp
2003-Sep-25, 07:55 PM
I checked the comet C/2002 07 LINEAR now till nov 6 and there is not even a close passage what did you mean by the 6th of november

LTC8K6
2003-Sep-25, 08:30 PM
I checked the comet C/2002 07 LINEAR now till nov 6 and there is not even a close passage what did you mean by the 6th of november

What did you mean by linking to a panicky GLP poster who claimed a comet would hit the Earth on November 6th?

What do you mean by seeming to be unaware of where I got the 11/6 date, when you provided the link to it?

bmpbmp
2003-Sep-25, 08:32 PM
It was far from us on the 6th, or am I reading it wrong..How close will its passage be

And what does perifiral mean

LTC8K6
2003-Sep-25, 08:38 PM
What did you mean by linking to a panicky GLP poster who claimed a comet would hit* the Earth on November 6th?

What do you mean by seeming to be unaware of where I got the 11/6 date, when you provided the link to it?

*Okay, the panicky GLP poster actually claimed it was planet X and would cause the dreaded pole shift.

The questions still stand, though.

cab970
2003-Sep-25, 08:42 PM
http://cfa-www.harvard.edu/iau/lists/PHACloseApp.html

The following table lists the predicted encounters by Potentially Hazardous Asteroids (PHAs) to within 0.05 AU of the earth from the start of this year through 2178. Objects with very uncertain orbits are excluded from this listing, as are recently discovered objects whose orbits have been computed without consideration of planetary perturbations.

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