Anthony Watts / 3 hours ago April 15, 2018
We dodged a bullet today. It came within one half of the distance to the moon.
I got this notice in email from NASA about a surprise asteroid that gave us only one day of warning passing halfway between the Earth and the moon. It was the largest known asteroid to ever pass that close to Earth in observational history.
SURPRISE ASTEROID FLYBY: With little warning, on Sunday, April 15th, a “Tunguska-class” asteroid about the size of a football field flew through the Earth-Moon system. 2018 GE3 was discovered just the day before as it plunged inward from the asteroid belt. A quick-thinking amateur astronomer in Europe was able to record a video of the asteroid as it flew by.
With little warning, a relatively large asteroid flew through the Earth-Moon system on April 15th only 192,200 km (0.5 Lunar Distance) from our planet. 2018 GE3 was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey approaching Earth on April 14th. Hours later, amateur astronomer Michael Jäger of Weißenkirchen Austria video-recorded the space rock rushing through the southern constellation Serpens:
“According to Wikipedia, 2018 GE3 is the largest known asteroid to pass that close to Earth in observational history,” says Jäger. “It was shining like a 13th magnitude star at the time of my observations.”
Based on the intensity of its reflected sunlight, 2018 GE3 must be 48 to 110 meters wide, according to NASA-JPL.
This puts it into the same class as the 60-meter Tunguska impactor that leveled a forest in Siberia in 1908. A more recent point of comparison is the Chelyabinsk meteor–a ~20-meter asteroid that exploded in the atmosphere over Russia on Feb. 15, 2013, shattering windows and toppling onlookers as a fireball brighter than the sun blossomed in the blue morning Ural sky. 2018 GE3 could be 5 to 6 times wider than that object.
If 2018 GE3 had hit Earth, it would have caused regional, not global, damage, and might have disintegrated in the atmosphere before reaching the ground. Nevertheless, it is a significant asteroid, illustrating how even large space rocks can still take us by surprise. 2018 GE3 was found less than a day before before its closest approach.
Based on an observational arc of only 1 day, 2018 GE3 appears to follow an elliptical orbit which stretches from the asteroid belt to deep inside the inner solar system. Every ~2.5 years the space rock crosses the orbits of Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars–although not necessarily making close approaches to the planets themselves.
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory has made an interactive orbit viewer available online here
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Question . The video above of the NEO that looks the moving star looked very much like what I seen in a vivid nightmare years ago.
My vivid dream;
I was outside at day time but it quickly became night then back to day in a very short time, like minutes, but when it was dark I seen something very similar to this NEO but slightly larger and moving about the same speed. I then seen aurora borials **south of Oklahoma**
Then when daylight returned there was a massive earthquake that leveled every building around me.
If it’s mass was big but far enough it could have the same brightness/size, no?
I’ve researched and have determined sometimes auroras can occur in areas that have quakes so…
The question;: could something that “looked” like this NEO in the video be big enough to make the earth do anything like this? Day/night/day in approx 30 minutes? Or cause quakes?
Within 22 years or so… “Blue~Star” , Therionthropo & South FL.
Ask me about my 2006 witching hour vision sometime.
People this is serious, we fn need to spend more $$$ towards the protection of our planet EARTH & less in the war amongst ourselves machine dept.
Our existence on this rock is so fragile, yet the majority of our fellow inhabitants are oblivious to that fact; and, very few have any interest in our beginnings, or how it all may end. It’s so bizarre.