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An unusual space body with parameters similar to a man-made object will approach Earth on Wednesday at a distance about three times less than the moon’s orbit.  The object, named 2010 AL30, will fly by Earth at a distance of at least 128,000 km (about 80,000 miles) at 12:48 GMT.  As it is some 10-15 meters long, there is no chance it will directly impact the planet.  According to Italian scientists Ernesto Guido and Giovanni Sostero of the Remanzacco Observatory, it has an orbital period of almost exactly one year and might be a man-made object such as a spent rocket booster. via http://en.rian.ru/science/20100112/157518728.html

Alan Harris, senior researcher at the U.S. Space Science Institute provided this explanation in an email via a Yahoo Group at http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/mpml/message/22765 :

Original Message —–
From: “Alan Harris” <awharris@…>
To: <rmiles.btee@…>; <mpml@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Monday, January 11, 2010 2:29 PM
Subject: Re: {MPML} 2010 AL30: Bright (14th mag) newly-discovered close
approaching object

> At 09:08 AM 1/11/2010, rmiles.btee@… wrote:
>>RE. M.P.E.C. 2010-A59 Issued 2010 Jan. 11, 15:43 UT
>>The object is about H=27.0 and strangely has an orbital period of 1.00 yr
>>(Is it man-made I wonder). If it is a natural object then it may be about
>>10 meters across.
> Unlikely to be artificial, it’s orbit doesn’t resemble any useful
> spacecraft trajectory, and its encounter velocity with the Earth is not
> unusually low, around 9.5 km/sec “v_infinity”. Perfectly ordinary
> Earth-crossing orbit.
> But do go have a look at it, should be a super-fast rotator, P < 2 h, maybe
> a lot under.
> Alan
> Alan W. Harris
> Senior Research Scientist
> Space Science Institute
> 4603 Orange Knoll Ave. Phone: 818-790-8291
> La Canada, CA 91011-3364 email: awharris@…

What the hell is an unusual space body? 

When a scientist “wonders” if it is man, made so do we!  A piece of space junk, a hunk a hunk of burning asteroid, possibly an alien spacecraft on exactly a one year mission to circle the earth?  Dunno.  Having a 14th magnitude, means this object is bright and will be visible to us mere mortals.   (http://homepage.mac.com/andjames/Page007.htm to learn more on color and brightness in astronomy)

Do things just appear out of no where?  As Space Weather confirms, yes! 

“Potentially Hazardous Asteroids (PHAs) are space rocks larger than approximately 100m that can come closer to Earth than 0.05 AU. None of the known PHAs is on a collision course with our planet, although astronomers are finding new ones all the time.  On January 12, 2010 there were 1092 potentially hazardous asteroids.”  http://spaceweather.com/

Author Ralph Ellis draws an incredible link between astronomy, the zodiac and theology at http://www.world-mysteries.com/gw_rellis7.htm  .  His homepage where you can purchase his books is at http://www.edfu-books.com/

With its constant reference to bulls, sheep and fish, the Bible portrays definite echoes of an ancient astrological religion, a story of the constellations onto which the history of the patriarchal family has been grafted. In Gilgamesh, we find a similar epic tale of a battle with bulls and sheep, one that can just possibly be interpreted as a clash of the stellar constellations, a battle between Aries and Taurus.

View from Vanavara trading post, at the moment of the explosion.

Painting © William K. Hartmann

Could the appearance of 2010 AL30 be a forewarning of an astronomical forbearance?  Are major changes about to happen?  Is this a hint of the end as 2012 doomsday theorists project as indicated by the end of the Mayan calendar?  What if by some mere chance this 14th magnitude object, packing enough power to circle the globe should happen to divert to NYC or another populated city?

On June 30, 1908 in Siberia, there was an unexplained explosion that has come to be known as the The Tunguska meteor.  

Recent scientific studies by meteorite researcher Christopher Chyba have estimated that the Tunguska event may have been caused by the explosion of a stony meteroid about 30 meters in diameter traveling at about 15 km/s. Compare the energy released by such an object with that of an atomic bomb sucs as those dropped on Japan in World War II….Thus, our estimate is that the Tunguska had an explosive energy roughly on order of 60 A-bombs, or 500 KT of TNT. It was closer in effect to a very large H-bomb. http://www.psi.edu/projects/siberia/siberia.html

2010 AL30 is estimated at 10 -12 meters giving any impact only one third of the power of what happened in Tunguska.  Only one third, around 20 Atom Bombs.  Holy shit, batman.

Maybe the events at Tunguska weren’t a meteor but a UFO, as one scientist believes….

A Russian scientist claims that a UFO deliberately crashed itself into Tunguska meteor to save Earth from destruction 100 years ago. “Dr Yuri Labvin, president of the Tunguska Spatial Phenomenon Foundation, insists that an alien spacecraft sacrificed itself to prevent the gigantic meteor from crashing into the Earth…We also found ferrum silicate that cannot be produced anywhere, except in space.”   http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/world-news/ufo-crashed-into-a-meteor-to-save-earth-says-russian-expert_100197820.html#ixzz0cPMeT4xY

Whatever 2010 AL30  is, it will make its closest approach on Jan. 13th, 2010 when it will streak through Orion, Taurus, and Pisces glowing like a 14th magnitude star!  http://www.ehow.com/how_2136263_zodiac-sky.html has hints on how to find constellations. 

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