By Shepard Ambellas
March 14, 2013
We as humans are just tiny pieces on a larger target that is now part of what scientists are terming a ‘cosmic shooting gallery’.
From asteroid impacts on earth to scars all over the surface of the moon the inevitable could happen at anytime. In fact just this past week 3 very large space rocks whisked by Earth at a near graze in astrological terms. One of the objects was the size of an entire city block.
Tariq Malik reported for a major space publication that;
The biggest space rock encounter occurred Saturday, when the asteroid 2013 ET passed just inside 600,000 miles of Earth. That asteroid is about 460 feet long and approached within 2.5 times the distance between Earth and the moon.
“The scary part about this one, of course, is that it’s something we didn’t even know about,” said Patrick Paolucci, president of the online Slooh Space Camera during a live webcast of 2013 ET’s flyby. The asteroid was first discovered on March 3 by the Catalina Sky Survey at the University of Arizona.
Another smaller asteroid passed at a mere 93,000 miles distance moving at 23,000 mph
Although it’s NASA job to track Near Earth Objects (NEO’s) only about 10% are actively discovered as 90 percent pass by the radar.
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