Coincidence: Sputnik News and the International Business Times have recently reported that a swarm of Potentially Hazardous Asteroids were heading for earth and then today we see that a “meteor” has been seen in the skies above Missouri. Just makes you go HMMMM.
Several asteroids zooming towards planet Earth at breakneck speed are expected to make “close approaches” to Earth on 12 November, NASA’s asteroid tracking system has confirmed.
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The asteroids are estimated to arrive within hours of one another, starting at 4.54 a.m. GMT.
According to NASA’s Centre for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), the first asteroid that will approach Earth is called 2019 VW1, travelling at a speed of about 19,000 miles per hour, and estimated to be about 44 meters wide.
The second asteroid to zoom in on Earth on Tuesday is identified as 2019 VK3 and has a diameter of 43 meters.
If the asteroid ends up hitting the ocean, it would generate towering tsunamis that can travel for several miles and wipe out coastal regions.”
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“NASA warned that Earth is about to experience a near-collision with a massive asteroid before Thanksgiving. According to the agency’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), the approaching asteroid is almost twice as big as the Eiffel Tower in Paris.
The incoming asteroid has been identified by the agency as 481394 (2006 SF6). As noted by CNEOS, the space rock is currently moving towards Earth with an average speed of almost 18,000 miles per hour. The asteroid-hunting agency estimated that the space rock has a diameter of around 2,034 feet.
According to CNEOS, 481394 (2006 SF6) is expected to fly past Earth on Nov. 20 at 7:01 pm EST, which is about a week before Thanksgiving 2019. During its approach, the asteroid will be around 0.02886 astronomical units or roughly 2.7 million miles from the planet’s center.
“Potentially Hazardous Asteroids (PHAs) are currently defined based on parameters that measure the asteroid’s potential to make threatening close approaches to the Earth. Specifically, all asteroids with a minimum orbit intersection distance (MOID) of 0.05 au or less and an absolute magnitude (H) of 22.0 or less are considered PHAs.” Jet Propulsion Laboratory