Saturday, March 5, 2016

Asteroid 2013 TX68



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This graphic depicts the orbit of asteroid 2013 TX68.

Total Eclipse of the Sun + Super Full Moon + Staggering Close [or IMPACT] of Asteroid 2013 TX 68: All Within 24 HOUR WINDOW TO  ARMAGEDDON this coming WEEK!!! 

The mainstream news media has largely ignored or seriously downplayed this story.  A story that could be Earth-changing!!!
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Three Days to Impact? ~ link ~
The looming event has sent online doomsday predictors into a frenzy, particularly as NASA admits it is uncertain of the orbital path and has given estimates as close as 19,000 miles away to as far as 11 million miles. The US space agency has also changed the DAY of the pass with the initial date being given as TOMORROW, March 5. Now NASA says it will be on Tuesday, March 8.

NASA: Jet Propulsion Lavatory: Small Asteroid to Pass Close to Earth on March 8 ~ link
CNEOS's new prediction for 2013 TX68 is that it will fly by roughly 3 million miles (5 million kilometers) from our planet. There is still a chance that it could pass closer, but certainly no closer than 15,000 miles (24,000 kilometers) above Earth's surface. The new observations also better constrain the path of 2013 TX68 in future years; CNEOS has determined that 2013 TX68 cannot impact Earth over the next century.  

An Asteroid Will Come CLOSE to Earth - But How Close??? ~ link
The approaching asteroid is hidden in the sun's glare, which makes it difficult to follow

A small asteroid is currently hurtling toward Earth. And while NASA says there is essentially no chance of impact, it could be a close shave.
Asteroid 2013 TX68 is expected to swing by our planet on March 8. It could pass at a distance of 3 million miles (5 million km), which is a comfortable 12.5 times farther than the moon. Or it could come as close as 15,000 miles (24,000 km). That’s closer that our geosynchronous satellites orbit (but it’s not expected that any satellites will be in danger).
The reason for the wide variance in estimates is, essentially, lack of data. The asteroid was discovered and last seen in 2013 by the Catalina Sky Survey. At the time, scientists were only able to gather data on it for three days before it passed in front of the sun and was lost in glare.


Incoming Asteroid Passing EXTREMELY CLOSE: "If it doesn't hit Earth, may strike something around us" ~ link ~
It’s not worth panicking over, but it is at least worth mentioning the “chance” that a giant asteroid could hit the planet.
Its calculated trajectory varies, with reports claiming it will arrive March 5, or between the 7th and 8th, and will hurl as close as 11,000 miles away from Earth, but that’s about as close as anything close to its size has come on record.
NASA has admitted there is a chance the asteroid 2013 TX68, a 100ft-wide rock which is currently heading towards us, could impact earth. 

Asteroid 2013 TX68 set for Close Encounter with Earth ~ link ~  

Because the asteroid was tracked for only 10 days, its orbital path is uncertain. Experts believe it will make its closest approach to Earth on Sunday, although the forecast might be one or two days out.
Calculations show that 2013 TX68 could shoot past the Earth well within the ring of geostationary communications and GPS satellites stationed 22,300 miles above the equator. At the other limit of its predicted range, it could remain as far out as 40 times the distance to the moon.
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