(9360389) Government prepares for Giant Meteor’s hypothetical 2020 campaign

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In the imaginary situation, eyewitnesses kept on following the space rock for a quarter of a year utilizing ground-based telescope perceptions, and the likelihood of effect moved to 65 percent. At that point the following perceptions needed to hold up until four months after the fact, because of the space rock’s position comparative with the sun. When perceptions could continue in May of 2017, the effect likelihood bounced to 100 percent. By November of 2017, it was reproduced that the anticipated effect would happen some place in a thin band crosswise over Southern California or simply off the coast in the Pacific Ocean.

O….kay, that’s…pretty chilling.

I could see that b*tch striking the JPL office itself.

Frak.

 

real_headhoncho: Kittypie070: I’d pay great coin for a full duplicate of that report.

In the imaginary situation, spectators kept on following the space rock for a quarter of a year utilizing ground-based telescope perceptions, and the likelihood of effect moved to 65 percent. At that point the following perceptions needed to hold up until four months after the fact, because of the space rock’s position comparative with the sun. When perceptions could continue in May of 2017, the effect likelihood bounced to 100 percent. By November of 2017, it was mimicked that the anticipated effect would happen some place in a tight band crosswise over Southern California or simply off the coast in the Pacific Ocean.

O….kay, that’s…pretty chilling.

I could see that b*tch striking the JPL office itself.

Frak.

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