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  1. Standard member pawnpaw
    Please Pay Attention
    11 Oct '15 07:08
    Seems we missed it again yesterday, this time much closer.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/space/11923717/Phew-Nasa-says-giant-asteroid-will-miss-earth-by-15m-miles.html

    Any more that close coming our way?
    NASA better be on their toes
  2. 12 Oct '15 13:46
    Originally posted by pawnpaw
    Seems we missed it again yesterday, this time much closer.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/space/11923717/Phew-Nasa-says-giant-asteroid-will-miss-earth-by-15m-miles.html

    Any more that close coming our way?
    NASA better be on their toes
    Avoiding being hit by ~63 times the distance between the Earth and the Moon, ~16.1% of the distance to the Sun,
    or ~1 minute 22 seconds of light travel time... is stretching the word 'Narrow' to it's breaking point.