Monday, 26 March 2012


Hidden Colors of Mars...
by Goro Adachi

January 7 [from Etemenanki update]On January 6, NASA released the first color picture of Mars received from the Spirit rover. And it's all still... red - including the sky. While Mars is the 'Red' Planet, it's not necessarily 'normal' for the Martian sky to be so red on Mars. Richard Hoagland, for instance, has in the past discussed this issue of Mars' artificial redness as seen in NASA pictures.
Shown below is the first color picture from Spirit. The one on the left is the official NASA version, and the one on the right is an adjusted, or re-adjusted, version of the same picture in which there is reduced redness. Which appears more natural or real to you? (Click on the pictures to see larger versions.)
   
Of course, it could be that the Martian landscape is really as red as the NASA version shows. But given that it's scientifically acceptable for the Martian sky to be more or less blue, combined with the fact that we have quite compelling photographic evidence like one shown below from theViking missions exposing the excessive redness of the original pictures released by NASA (the adjusted version on the right shows the colors of the American flag accurately), it is not so farfetched to suppose that NASA has been deceiving all of us about the real appearance of Mars all these years. [The 'correct' image below was produced by Barry Arneson (?) in 2001.]
  

January 7-8:
 
Canadian Press/Yahoo! News has posted an earth-like color version of the Mars picture from the NASA Spirit rover that is identical to the one used in my Jan. 7 post which was quickly produced with Photoshop.
Comparison ('official' version left; 'Canadian' version right):


   


January 8-9:
 NASA sends mixed signals [source]. Here are two versions of the same Martian picture from Spirit posted on two different NASA webpages:


[taken from here]


[taken from here]
By creating this kind of confusion, it becomes easier to gradually phase out the probably misleading, red Mars appearance familiar to us and bring in the more earth-like, 'real' pictures of Mars... But that's still just a theory.

January 9:
 Here is more (apparent) evidence of color 'manipulation'  being done - deliberately or accidentally - by NASA. The illustration below I just produced should make the discrepancies rather plain. Very strange. (Pictures used in the illustration are from  here and here.)
Update: The color change of the 'sundial' is not necessarily a sign of a 'conspiracy', but it does suggest, well actually it's a given, that the photo was not quite correctly calibrated. As Keith Laneystates:
So far the only image showing the calibration target in the same view as the surface and sky showed conclusively that the image was not calibrated properly. The blue is hot pink, the green is virtually nonexistent and the red is brown. This explains the ruddy caste to the ground and sky in this otherwise beautiful image.

And here is another curious photographic anomaly brought to my attention...
[Picture source]
What does this mean? Who knows... If you're puzzled, you're certainly not alone.

January 10-11: 
A light-blue sky of Mars shown during a NASA news conference (Jan. 10). I guess if the NASA guys don't make a big deal of the shifting colors of Mars, the media won't find it strange either. If this keeps up, Earth-like Mars images will become 'normal' rather quickly.

January 12: NASA released a 360-degree panoramic picture of the Martian surface. Well, it's still very red and the sundial area has been rather conveniently cut out from this photo.

January 13: On January 11, Keith Laney (a photo-processing expert) posted his carefully processed Spirit picture from Mars which he believes shows the true colors of Mars. In an online forum he gave us the following information:
Making sense of the Pancam and colorlooking into this, we can see that actually the Pancam isn't true color, but it is close, a lot closer than Ody [Odyssey?]. Not that the representations we're seeing are correct.

"What!?!? not true color! exactly what do you mean mr. Laney?"

well, it is in sorts, but it isn't "true" because color response is actually varied depending on observer and other factors such as lighting and atmosphere. We all know that "true" RGB wavelengths are something that cannot be nailed down to a definite value, the response is more a curve. average response for RGB is a given however, and these values are..

Red 650nm+/-
Green 510nm+/-
Blue 440nm+/-

Now we get to the Pancam, which is a remarkable piece of imaging technology, and very complex. It has two "eyes", left and right. they both see differently. Here are the filter positions.

LEFT CAMERA RIGHT CAMERA

L1. EMPTY R1. 430 (SP) *
L2. 750 (20) R2. 750 (20)
L3. 670 (20) R3. 800 (20)
L4. 600 (20) R4. 860 (25)
L5. 530 (20) R5. 900 (25)
L6. 480 (25) R6. 930 (30)
L7. 430 (SP)* R7. 980 (LP)*
L8. 440 Solar ND R8. 880 Solar ND

SP means short pass filter, LP means long pass filter. one lens on each side is coated so it can observe the sun (solar ND) L1 is clear, no filter

Using this chart for reference we see that the left eye is of main use for color imaging, with values covering acceptable rgb values. This means that in order for meaningful evaluation of the color or infrared combinations produced from these images to we will have to have them displayed so that we can obtain all the bands, and in more than compressed jpeg. which doesn't seem to be the case

until then, we have to "trust 'em". which is not imaging or science.

[...] a vitally important point of [this is] that it is ENTIRELY possible for us to get unquestionably true color images out of this thing. I'm looking for more full left side imagery right now, and it will be very soon that I'm fixing to show you what Spirit says is the no crap about it true colors of this area. I just happen to have the answer for this shell game played with spectral bands.
And a little later Laney revealed his 'image showing 'Mars in true as you can get it color', adding 'It's an exciting day!'. Here it is. (Go to www.keithlaney.com/spirit_color_images.htm for more.)
This is very different from NASA's version, that's for sure... Very Earth-like. Is this the real Mars?

January 14: 
The New York Times has a little piece (titled 'Sure, It May Look Like Mars') discussing the growing 'conspiracy theory' concerning the poor-quality/manipulated images of Mars... Typical commentary from the mainstream press. (Thought not directly related, it may be instructive to read 'Paranoid Shift', an article about propaganda and 'conspiracy theories' these days...)

January 16: Keith Laney has posted additional information on how to 'correct' the NASA/Spirit pictures (see here). He comments:
...the huge, hastily constructed pans with the ruddy color, stitch lines, and beige sky do not do justice to the actual beauty of the Martian surface. I offer an alternative view, one done with a fair degree of accuracy using common and measurable techniques. One which shows Mars may be more than we ever imagined. Two Worlds, One Sun.

January 19: Over at the ATSNN website there is a very detailed page explaining that the Spirit picture anomalies are actually not really a result of NASA manipulating the colors of Mars. It is probably too technical for most people (including me), but the explanation put forward there at least appears to make a good point. We are of course left wanting to see a counter-argument from the other side... and we do have this quick response from Keith Laney {slightly edited for smoother reading):
I see some instant errors in that [explanation], though he does go at length to describe the process pretty well. A lot of the stuff he references I've also referenced to do the images. L4, 5, and L6 are definitely NOT RGB, but do make the tabs on the cal dial correct. If it is true what he's saying here then the red shift into the blue in "true" color would cause actual real color images to have a violet blue tab with the other color tabs basically correct.. which is what I've got on mine. We'll study this more. You could not get correct color with 2,5, and 6 either..
somewhat, but off.
What is more important is centering the bandwidths with the images given, which he doesn't seem to cover.

I really don't see how he comes to an innocent conclusion for the reasons why the Pan releases are so red either, it's just not right.
And so... that's where we are on this matter at this time. More updates coming as/if this development further.

January 21: With the title 'More Proof Mars Has Blue Skies', this picture from Viking 2 Lander (1979) was posted on Rense.com (validity unclear):

January 22: A striking picture shown below was just released by NASA. The caption states it "shows the rover's landing site, the Columbia Memorial Station, at Gusev Crater, Mars. This spectacular view may encapsulate Spirit's entire journey, from lander to its possible final destination toward the east hills."
This image is remarkable in that it finally shows, clearly and fully, both the Martian landscape/sky and the landing vehicle. This combination would represent less room for hiding potential color imprecision/anomalies/manipulation. And NASA/JPL appears to be well aware of this situation, as the caption put under the picture includes this note: "Data from the panoramic camera's green, blue and infrared filters were combined to create this approximate true color image." Hmm... An 'approximate true color image'. That's an interesting phrase.

More intriguing is this BBC news article about the same Spirit picture. As far as I'm aware, it is the first mainstream hard news article to directly address the puzzling color issue of Spirit/Mars. Here are some excerpts from the article:
  • "Colours in the image have been adjusted but scientists have not yet determined the "true" colour of the Martian rocks."
  • "Nasa scientists have used the colour calibration target, also known as the sundial, to adjust the image so that its hue is a close approximation of the colour of the Martian surface."
  • "However, mission scientists will have to perform further calculations before they can produce an image that shows Mars' 'true' colour."
  • "...the image shows signs of the correction process to get the colour of the Martian surface as close as possible to its true colour. The normally blue starscape - or "meatball" - that forms the Nasa logo has turned a muddy red. And blue insulating foam surrounding cables on the lander has turned bright pink."
Is it just me or is there an aura of 'non-denial denial' and/or 'non-admission admission' emerging with this development? They seem to want to leave the impression that the colors of the Mars pictures are more or less accurate. And yet they also now carefully point out that we don't yet have the 'true color of Mars'.
Personally, I'm still seriously considering my original model... i.e. that there is a gradual politically-motivated 'disclosure' (or trickery) taking place, designed at least in part to get the public more interested in space exploration, so that space exploitation and miniaturization can be implemented just as called for by the hidden neo-conservative/PNAC agenda driving the Bush administration. There could be various other issues involved as well, of course.
Update: Today it is being reported that a 'serious anomaly' has made the Spirit rover 'go quiet'. Or in other words, it may be gone for good. If that's the case, then the 'disclosure' model would no longer apply for now (don't forget Opportunity that is about to land on Mars). Let's see... Spirit lands flawlessly on Mars at the beginning of January; Pres. Bush triumphantly announces his plan to get man back on the Moon and then to Mars; Spirit finds a lot of anomalous rocks and people are closely monitoring the 'shifting colors' of Mars; polls show Americans do not welcome Bush's space initiative; Bush doesn't even mention space exploration in his State of the Union speech on Jan. 20; and then Spirit goes down... Let's wait and see where this story goes next.

January 23: We have another news article (Australia's Herald Sun) that touches on the Mars color issue. It concludes with the following sentences:
NASA has also revealed it colour-balanced panoramic photographs sent from the lander to approximate what a person might see on the Martian surface.
This has raised questions about whether the landscape is really red.
It appears the issue is becoming more mainstream now. Could this be part of the reason why Spirit 'went silent'? Here is an excerpt from a message sent to a 'Cydonia' email discussion forum that gives us further evidence that there was increasing pressure on NASA to produce the real color of Mars:
From: ---
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2004 08:58:21 -0000
Subject: [cydonia] Not So Timid Press Questions

Several of yesterday's postings complained about the press being timid about their questions. Well, I saw part of the C-Span coverage of the briefing (Jan 21). Many of the reporters asked "tough" questions in regards to the "true color" issue, including Chandler (spelling?) from New Scientist. One reporter asked something like "Why is it called the red planet if [parts of] it is blue?" There were perhaps 2-6 minutes of give and take between several reporters and a JPL team member about the issue of "true color". Basically, JPL/NASA said that they were in a hurry to get "something" out to the folks, and that real true color processing will probably take about 2 weeks or so.
And now Spirit is suddenly silent... But it's not yet completely dead, and Opportunity is arriving there soon, so the game is not over yet.

January 29: Well, Spirit seems to be recovering at this time, and Opportunity has successfully landed on Mars, already giving us more pictures of the not-so Red Planet. Here is one, processed by Keith Laney, showing Mars in its likely true colors.
Today another mainstream news article appeared in the UK that directly addressed the Mars color issue. Slowly, but this subject appears to be gaining some momentum.
Nasa accused of painting Mars red
By Robert Uhlig, Technology Correspondent (Filed: 29/01/2004)
The American space agency Nasa has been accused of doctoring its pictures of Mars to make the Martian surface conform to our impression of the famously red planet.
Nasa has been accused of digitally "tweaking" drab brown scenery to make it redder. It has even been suggested that Nasa removed green patches to hide evidence of life.
The theories gained credence after Nasa told New Scientist that "getting the colours right is a surprisingly difficult and subjective job", the magazine reports today.
Most of the pictures have been taken through green, blue and infra-red filters - instead of green, blue and standard red filters, which would have produced more accurate colours.
Dr Jim Bell, who worked with Nasa on the Mars rovers' cameras, said infrared filters were used because they helped geologists to distinguish rock types.
In reality, Mars appears red largely because of the dust in its atmosphere.
This article is a little strange in that it fails to mention the source of the accusation. Well, I guess they didn't want to say 'those crazy websites on the net could be right after all...' :)  And the last sentence is curious in that while seemingly leaving the impression that Mars is red in reality, that's not quite what it's saying. It's actually stating that when there is a lot of dust in the Martian atmosphere, we'd see more red on the surface and in the sky. And the amount of atmospheric dust depends on the Martian weather. In other words, the sentence could easily be interpreted to mean 'Mars is normally not that red'.

February 1: Here is an interesting one from Hoagland/Enterprise Mission. Pretty much self-explanatory... Could be evidence of color manipulation? We'll see.
UPDATE: The 'NASA color' image above (left) was actually in grayscale/B&W originally. The color was manually added later by Don Davis who writes:
A prominent web site [i.e. Enterprise Mission] known for unconventional expressions has appropriated this image and used it with a caption suggesting it is a NASA image. It is not, it is my mosaic of several THEMIS and MGS images I fitted together in between my paying jobs.
Further info from elsewhere ('The Bad Astronomer'):
...I talked at length with artist Don Davis, who made it clear what is going on. [...] Don does not work for NASA. The original data come from NASA, but the color processing was not done by NASA. [...] He... colorized the image by hand, using the multicolor imagery as a guide. He has decades of experience in color and art, and feels that the color is as "reasonably close" to reality as he can get it. Even though it is colorized, he tried very hard to keep the tonal distribution correct.
As for the green color shown in the Mars Express image, the same states:
...we know from spectral analysis that the rock is basalt. We also know that basaltic rock is not green! Clearly, the images are not properly calibrated for color and tone balance. Don went as far to say "I would bet money that the dark areas are not green." Basically, when taking three images using different filters and combining them, you have to be very careful about color balance. [...] I have sent email to several scientists about the Mars Express image, and I hope to get a clear response about the color calibration.
So it appears that this particular claim [or at least inference] of Hoagland/TEM may not be valid. Still, the green color in the Mars Express image is really there in the original photo, and it would be very interesting to see if this too may a product of the annoyingly delicate calibration process. Already, however, we have this quote from Michael McKay, Flight Operations Director of European Space Agency, regarding the apparent greenness of Spirit's landing site:
...certainly like the green in the Gusev crater picture or by looking at the development of darker spots toward the South Pole which are tied to seasonal variations, it certainly gives rise to the speculation that there could be algae.
So from this we could perhaps infer that Mars Express is not suffering from the color 'instability' phenomenon plaguing the American counterparts. At least the director of ESA doesn't seem worried about the color being incorrect.

February 2: Asked by Linda Moulton Howe in an interviewJean-Loup Bertaux, Ph.D. (Director of Research, Service d'Aeronomie du CNRS, Verrieres-le-Buisson, France) stated the following concerning the true color of the Martian sky:
...I think it is a very important question. And in fact it is not a triviality. I think it should be asked to NASA: is this the true color (of the sky)? I think it is very important. The sky color might change with the quantity of dust particles in the air. Sometimes they may be red or less red, depending upon mainly the size of the dust particles. There might be a lot of very fine dust grains that might have a slightly different color from the big grains, I would say. So, the question is not trivial. It is important and it is interesting that the public is asking such a question.
As I said before, this issue is gaining momentum...

February 5: We find two more articles, both published on Jan. 28, dealing with the Mars color issue. Here is one from Ananova, titled 'NASA denies "sexing up" Mars images':
US space scientists have defended themselves against allegations that they tampered with images of Mars. The claim is that Nasa experts "tweaked" pictures sent back by the two Mars rovers to make it redder. [...]
Nasa said this was due to the photos being taken through green, blue and infrared - rather than red - filters. When infrared images were printed as red, the results were fairly accurate but with some glaring exceptions. Blue and green, found on the spacecraft but nowhere on the Martian surface, looked especially odd. Blue came out as deep burgundy or pink, while green ended up as a kind of mustard. Nasa said it used infrared filters because they provided better information for geologists, helping to distinguish different rock types.
In reality the redness of the Martian surface depended greatly on its sky. [...] The quality of the Martian red light varied with the level of dust as well as the time of day.
And then we have webpages created by NASA/JPL, titled 'Revealing Mars' True Colors'. This doesn't reveal anything new either and its content can be condensed into the following:
“Getting the colors right is not an exact science,” says Bell. “Giving an approximate view of what we’d see if we were there involves an artistic, visionary element as well – after all, no one’s ever been there before.” However, great pains are taken to be as accurate as possible, short of going there ourselves. [...] So far, however, the images produced are only approximate martian colors.

February 11: Even the New York Times has now published an article about the color issue. Here are the concluding sentences from it:
...there was no reason for the Spirit to see pink on Mars. When producing the panorama, the camera also used the red filter.

"We just made a mistake," said Dr. James F. Bell III, the lead scientist for the camera. "It's really just a mess-up."
Ah ha! Turns out it was all just an honest 'mistake'. Yes, I'm sure... (Please.) This is getting pretty funny.
So we are now getting more and more clues and admissions suggesting that Mars really is not that red as NASA photos suggest. The fact that the mainstream press is covering this issue tells me that there is actually a subtle push from behind the scenes to disclose the real Mars to the general public. What separates my position from most others discussing this issue of Mars' color is that I view the Mars controversy as a carefully managed operation designed to gradually reveal what has been kept secret until now - to encourage us to go out into space... to Mars, because a certain 'timetable' demands this at this very point in history. (We won't going into that on this page.) And we should be careful with this as it's likely a 'gift' containing a deadly 'virus' like the Trojan Horse or Pandora's Box...

March 2: Well, no updates in the last few weeks because not much new is developing in terms of the Mars color issue. Indeed, how can there be a further development when NASA has just stopped releasing any meaningful color images of the Red Planet?! Sure there have been some here and there, but very limited. NASA/JPL spews out a lot of excuses to revert to stupid B&W photos... ostensibly for geologists who apparently don't care for colors. (Well, they should be reminded that they are using our money to do all their stuff at NASA and we, this being the 21st century and all, deserve to see some decent color pictures for a change. It's absurd. Multi-million dollar missions to Mars and they can't even take good color pictures? Come on now...)
If I sound a little testy here, it's partly because I've found those astronomer/geologists involved to be quite arrogant. I listened to Linda Howe's interview with Steve Squyers, principal investigator on the Mars Rover Missions, during which, when the subject of organic life on Mars was brought up, he became agitated and downright rude to Howe - as if she asked a forbidden question. The reaction was appalling, certainly not something you'd expect from real scientists. (You can read the transcript of the interview here, near the bottom.) The thing is, they know what they want to discover - or what they think they will see on Mars - and their big egos (or brainwashed minds) won't leave room for anything else. It's quite comparable to how the Bush administration went after the Iraqi WMDs, really. 
At any rate, we are still seeing the continuation of the apparent 'gradual disclosure' of the true, earth-like, colors/nature of Mars in the mainstream press. The latest is the recent news articles with titles like 'Rover captures dusty sunset in blue Martian sky' (CNN.com) that discuss an Opportunity picture taken on Feb. 26, showing the Martian sunset and a blue sky.
So whether the NASA people/culture (cult?) like it or not, I still see some hidden 'political' force pushing this and related issues, apparently in order to make Mars more inviting to us. While there are many agendas involved here, at the very basic level the Red Planet is getting ready to become the next New World... just as the American New World is now very much in its sunset...
Meanwhile, NASA is expected to announce their discovery of evidence of past water on Mars later today in a press conference. I guess that can be considered big news, but... didn't we already know this more or less? Not surprising at all in any case... especially after what we've seen so far.
Here are remarkable color pictures processed by Keith Lanely:
    
The next step would be something like the 'discovery' of present water on Mars. Things are moving quickly these days - especially this year - so we probably won't have to wait that long for the 'next revelation'.
Update
NASA announcement #1 (Mar 02): Water Once Filled Mars Opportunity Landing Site
NASA announcement #2 (Mar 23): Mars rover sits on ancient beach

Monday, 19 March 2012

Are Earthquakes increasing?

Are earthquakes increasing. According to the 'experts' no, however following is a list of recorded earthquakes of magnitude 7.0 - 10.0 or above.


As you can see over a 10 year period, there does appear to be an increase in the number of 7.0 - 10.0 earth quakes.

Nothing is ever conclusive, however, it does give food for thought, and shows that this information should not be dismissed out of hand.

What do you think?




Total earthquakes in 10 year segments (7.0 -10.0 magnitude)
  • 1973 - 1979 Total: 98
  • 1980 - 1989 Total: 102
  • 1990 - 1999 Total: 153
  • 2000 - 2010 Total: 168
This implies that there is a steady increase in larger earthquakes, the number increase into the 1000's if you add all earthquakes registered.

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 PDE    1976  05 29 140018.50  24.53   98.71  10  7.0 MsGS    .C. .......      
 PDE    1976  06 20 205313.40   3.40   96.32  33  7.0 MsGS    .F. .......      
 PDE    1976  06 25 191856.90  -4.60  140.09  33  7.1 MsGS    .C. .......      
 PDE    1976  07 11 204147.50   7.41  -78.13   3  7.0 MsGS    .C. .......      
 PDE    1976  07 27 194254.60  39.57  117.98  23  7.5 Mw01000 .C. ......V      
 PDE    1976  07 28 104535.20  39.66  118.40  26  7.4 MsGS    .C. .......      
 PDE    1976  08 02 105525.70 -20.61  169.27  52  7.0 UKPAS   4F. .......      
 PDE    1976  08 16 161107.30   6.26  124.02  33  7.9 MsGS    6C. .TS....      
 PDE    1976  10 29 025107.60  -4.52  139.92  33  7.2 UKPAS   .C. .......      
 PDE    1976  11 24 122218.80  39.12   44.03  36  7.3 MsGS    .C. .......      
 PDE    1976  11 30 004057.80 -20.52  -68.92  82  7.3 UKPAS   8C. .......      
 PDE    1977  03 04 192154.10  45.77   26.76  94  7.2 UKPAS   9C. .......      
 PDE    1977  03 18 214352.40  16.77  122.33  37  7.0 MsGS    6C. .......      
 PDE    1977  03 21 211854.20  27.61   56.39  29  7.0 UKPAS   .C. .......      
 PDE    1977  04 02 071522.70 -16.70 -172.10  33  7.6 MsGS    6D. .T.....      
 PDE    1977  04 20 234250.50  -9.89  160.35  19  7.6 UKPAS   7D. .T.....      
 PDE    1977  04 20 234913.10  -9.84  160.82  33  7.5 MsGS    .C. .......      
 PDE    1977  04 21 042409.60  -9.97  160.73  33  8.1 UKPAS   7C. .T.....      
 PDE    1977  06 22 120833.40 -22.88 -175.90  65  7.2 UKBRK   7C. .T.....      
 PDE    1977  07 29 111545.30  -8.03  155.54  33  7.2 MsGS    .F. .......      
 PDE    1977  08 19 060855.20 -11.09  118.46  33  8.0 UKPAS   .C. .T.....      
 PDE    1977  08 26 195001.40 -59.43  -20.51  33  7.1 MsGS    ... .......      
 PDE    1977  10 10 115353.60 -25.86 -175.41  33  7.2 MsGS    ... .......      
 PDE    1977  11 23 092624.70 -31.03  -67.77  13  7.4 MsGS    .C. .......      
 PDE    1978  02 09 213512.70 -30.68 -177.36  33  7.7 UKBRK   ... .......      
 PDE    1978  03 07 024847.60  32.01  137.61 439  7.0 UKPAS   6F. .......      
 PDE    1978  03 23 031520.30  44.93  148.44  33  7.5 MsGS    6F. .T.....      
 PDE    1978  03 24 194750.70  44.24  148.86  33  7.6 MsGS    6F. .T.....      
 PDE    1978  03 24 210548.20  42.84   78.61  33  7.1 MsGS    8D. ..S....      
 PDE    1978  06 12 081426.40  38.19  142.03  44  7.7 MsGS    8C. .......      
 PDE    1978  06 17 151133.50 -17.10 -172.26  33  7.2 UKBRK   ... .......      
 PDE    1978  07 23 144236.90  22.28  121.51  17  7.4 MsGS    ... .T.....      
 PDE    1978  08 03 181117.10 -26.51  -70.54  58  7.0 UKPAS   9C. .......      
 PDE    1978  08 23 003832.20  10.20  -85.22  56  7.2 UKBRK   .D. .......      
 PDE    1978  09 16 153556.60  33.39   57.43  33  7.8 UKBRK   .C. .......      
 PDE    1978  11 05 220207.10 -11.13  162.14  33  7.4 UKPAS   4F. .......      
 PDE    1978  11 29 195247.60  16.01  -96.59  18  7.9 UKBRK   .C. .......      
 PDE    1978  12 06 140201     44.59  146.58  91  7.5 UKPAS   8D. .......      
 PDE    1978  12 12 114416      7.33  123.49  33  7.4 UKBRK   4F. .......      
 PDE    1978  12 23 112312     23.25  122.07  33  7.2 UKPAS   .C. .......      
 PDE    1979  03 14 110716.30  17.81 -101.28  49  7.6 MsGS    .C. .......      
 PDE    1979  04 10 014222      2.96  126.93  37  7.2 UKBRK   2F. .......      
 PDE    1979  05 01 130337.10 -21.24  169.80  79  7.2 UKPAS   5F. .......      
 PDE    1979  08 26 143122.10  19.07  122.10  15  7.1 MsGS    5F. .......      
 PDE    1979  09 12 051751.40  -1.68  136.04   5  7.9 MsGS    .C. .T.....      
 PDE    1979  10 12 102522.30 -46.67  165.71  33  7.5 UKBRK   .F. .......      
 PDE    1979  10 23 095106.70 -10.61  161.28  22  7.2 UKBRK   6D. .......      
 PDE    1979  11 16 152125.70 -16.76 -179.98  33  7.0 UKBRK   .D. .......      
 PDE    1979  11 27 171032.90  33.96   59.73  10  7.5 UKBRK   .C. .......      
 PDE    1979  12 12 075903.30   1.60  -79.36  24  7.7 MsGS    .C. .T.....
 
PDE    1980  01 01 164240     38.81  -27.78  10  7.2 UKBRK   8C. .......      
 PDE    1980  02 23 055103.20  43.53  146.75  44  7.1 UKPAS   7F. .T.....      
 PDE    1980  03 08 221210.30 -22.67  171.36  38  7.1 UKBRK   ... .......      
 PDE    1980  03 24 035951.30  52.97 -167.67  33  7.1 UKBRK   5D. .......      
 PDE    1980  04 13 180431.90 -23.47 -177.30  79  7.2 UKPAS   ... .......      
 PDE    1980  06 18 171454.50   9.48  126.66  54  7.2 UKBRK   5F. .......      
 PDE    1980  07 08 231919.80 -12.41  166.38  33  7.8 UKBRK   .F. .......      
 PDE    1980  07 17 194223.20 -12.52  165.92  33  8.0 UKBRK   .F. .T.....      
 PDE    1980  07 29 031156.30 -13.10  166.34  48  7.2 UKBRK   ... .......      
 PDE    1980  10 10 122523.50  36.19    1.35  10  7.7 UKBRK   .C. F......      
 PDE    1980  10 24 145335.10  18.21  -98.24  72  7.0 UKPAS   ... .......      
 PDE    1980  10 25 110005.10 -21.89  169.85  33  7.2 MsGS    .F. .......      
 PDE    1980  11 08 102734     41.12 -124.25  19  7.2 Mw01023 7C. .......      
 PDE    1981  01 23 215441.60 -29.68   60.84  10  7.0 UKPAS   ... .......      
 PDE    1981  01 30 085244.10  51.74  176.27  33  7.1 UKBRK   4F. .......      
 PDE    1981  04 24 215006    -13.43  166.42  33  7.3 UKBRK   ..C .......      
 PDE    1981  05 25 052514.40 -48.79  164.36  33  7.6 MsGS    .FC .......      
 PDE    1981  07 06 030824.18 -22.29  171.74  33  7.0 MsGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    1981  07 15 075908.47 -17.26  167.60  30  7.1 MSBRK   .DM .......      
 PDE    1981  07 28 172224.62  30.01   57.79  33  7.3 MSBRK   .CM .......      
 PDE    1981  09 01 092931.54 -14.96 -173.09  25  7.6 MwGS    6FM .T.....      
 PDE    1981  10 16 032542.22 -33.13  -73.07  33  7.5 MSBRK   6CM .......      
 PDE    1981  10 25 032215.57  18.05 -102.08  33  7.4 MSBRK   .CM .......      
 PDE    1981  12 19 141050.72  39.24   25.23  10  7.6 MSPAS   .DM .......      
 PDE    1981  12 24 053320.71 -29.97 -177.61  28  7.0 MSBRK   ..M .......      
 PDE    1981  12 26 170532.52 -29.93 -177.74  33  7.1 MsGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    1982  01 11 061006.49  13.75  124.36  45  7.4 MSPAS   6CM .......      
 PDE    1982  01 18 192724.45  40.00   24.32  10  7.0 MSPAS   .FM .......      
 PDE    1982  06 07 065237.37  16.61  -98.15  40  7.2 MSBRK   .DM .......      
 PDE    1982  06 07 105940.16  16.56  -98.36  33  7.0 MsGS    .CM .......      
 PDE    1982  06 19 062158     13.31  -89.34  81  7.0 mbPAS   7CM ......S      
 PDE    1982  06 30 015734.15  44.68  151.14  33  7.1 MSPAS   5FM .......      
 PDE    1982  07 07 104303.74 -51.22  160.51  10  7.3 MSBRK   ..M .......      
 PDE    1982  08 05 203252.95 -12.60  165.93  30  7.5 MSBRK   ..M .......      
 PDE    1982  08 19 155901.53   6.72  -82.68  10  7.0 MSBRK   .CM .......      
 PDE    1982  12 19 174354.85 -24.13 -175.86  33  7.7 MsGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    1983  01 17 124129.70  38.03   20.23  14  7.2 MSBRK   .DM .......      
 PDE    1983  01 24 081739.61  16.15  -95.23  56  7.0 MSBRK   .DM .......      
 PDE    1983  03 18 090550     -4.88  153.58  88  7.9 MSBRK   7DM .T....M      
 PDE    1983  04 03 025001.18   8.72  -83.12  37  7.3 MsGS    .CM .......      
 PDE    1983  05 26 025959.60  40.46  139.10  23  7.8 MSPAL   8CM .T.....      
 PDE    1983  07 11 125628.37 -60.89  -53.02  10  7.0 MSBRK   ..M .......      
 PDE    1983  08 06 154351.24  40.14   24.77   2  7.3 MSBRK   .DM .......      
 PDE    1983  08 17 105554.13  55.87  161.29  62  7.0 mbPAS   ..M .......      
 PDE    1983  10 04 185213.30 -26.53  -70.56  14  7.4 MSBRK   7CM UT....S      
 PDE    1983  10 28 140606.61  44.06 -113.86  10  7.0 MwHRV   7CM F.....S      
 PDE    1983  11 24 053034.23  -7.48  128.17 178  7.1 mbBRK   .FM .......      
 PDE    1983  11 30 174600.67  -6.85   72.11  10  7.7 MSBRK   6DM .T.....      
 PDE    1983  12 02 030905.66  14.07  -91.92  67  7.1 MSBRK   6FM .......      
 PDE    1983  12 30 235239.93  36.37   70.74 214  7.2 mbBRK   7CM .......      
 PDE    1984  02 07 213321.49 -10.01  160.47  18  7.7 MSPAL   6DM ......S      
 PDE    1984  03 19 202838.24  40.32   63.35  14  7.1 MSBRK   9CM .......      
 PDE    1984  03 24 094402.60  44.12  148.19  44  7.0 MsGS    5FM .T.....      
 PDE    1984  10 15 102107.50 -15.86 -173.64 128  7.1 mbPAS   5FM .......      
 PDE    1984  11 01 044850.27   8.19  -38.79  10  7.4 MSBRK   .F. .......      
 PDE    1984  11 17 064930.02   0.20   98.03  33  7.4 MSBRK   .C. .......      
 PDE    1984  11 23 044606.38 -14.31  171.28  33  7.1 MSBRK   ..M .......      
 PDE    1984  12 28 103753.76  56.19  163.46  33  7.0 MsGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    1985  03 03 224707.28 -33.13  -71.87  33  7.8 MsGS    8CM ST....M      
 PDE    1985  03 03 233831.43 -32.74  -71.21  33  7.0 MSBRK   4F. .......      
 PDE    1985  04 09 015659.48 -34.13  -71.62  37  7.5 MSBRK   6CM .......      
 PDE    1985  05 10 153550.59  -5.60  151.04  26  7.3 MSBRK   8C. S.....M      
 PDE    1985  06 03 120621.13 -15.29 -173.52  33  7.0 MSBRK   4FM .......      
 PDE    1985  07 03 043651.73  -4.44  152.83  33  7.4 MSBRK   7DM .TS...M      
 PDE    1985  08 23 124156.16  39.43   75.22   6  7.5 MSPAL   .CM ......M      
 PDE    1985  09 19 131747.35  18.19 -102.53  27  8.0 MwHRV   9CM .TS...M      
 PDE    1985  09 21 013713.47  17.80 -101.65  30  7.6 MsGS    6CM .T.....      
 PDE    1985  09 26 072751.13 -34.69 -178.66  51  7.0 MsGS    .F. .......      
 PDE    1985  11 17 094021.29  -1.64  134.91  10  7.1 MsGS    .D. .......      
 PDE    1985  11 28 022542.34 -14.04  166.24  33  7.2 MSBRK   ..M .......      
 PDE    1985  11 28 034954.15 -13.99  166.18  33  7.6 MSBRK   ..M .......      
 PDE    1985  12 21 011322.41 -13.97  166.52  43  7.6 MSBRK   ..M .......      
 PDE    1986  04 30 070718.12  18.40 -102.97  26  7.0 MsGS    .D. .......      
 PDE    1986  05 07 224710.87  51.52 -174.78  33  8.0 MwHRV   6DM .T.....      
 PDE    1986  06 24 031130.93  -4.45  143.94 102  7.1 MsGS    7DM ......S      
 PDE    1986  08 14 193913.67   1.79  126.52  33  7.4 MSBRK   4FM .......      
 PDE    1986  10 20 064609.98 -28.12 -176.37  29  8.3 MSBRK   .FM .T.....      
 PDE    1986  11 14 212010.55  23.90  121.57  33  7.8 MsGS    8CM ......S      
 PDE    1987  01 30 222942.09 -60.06  -26.92  47  7.0 MsGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    1987  02 08 183358.39  -6.09  147.69  54  7.6 MSBRK   7CM ......M      
 PDE    1987  03 05 091705.28 -24.39  -70.16  62  7.3 MsGS    6CM .T.....      
 PDE    1987  03 06 041041.96   0.15  -77.82  10  7.0 MSBRK   .CM ......S      
 PDE    1987  07 06 024942.78 -14.07  167.83  47  7.1 MSBRK   .FM .T.....      
 PDE    1987  09 03 064013.91 -58.89  158.51  33  7.7 MSBRK   ..M .......      
 PDE    1987  10 06 041906.08 -17.94 -172.23  16  7.3 MsGS    .FM .T.....      
 PDE    1987  10 16 204801.64  -6.27  149.06  47  7.7 MSBRK   8DM .T.....      
 PDE    1987  10 25 165405.69  -2.32  138.36  33  7.0 MsGS    .F. .......      
 PDE    1987  11 17 084653.32  58.59 -143.27  10  7.0 MLPMR   5FM .T.....      
 PDE    1987  11 30 192319.59  58.68 -142.79  10  7.9 MwHRV   6DM .T.....      
 PDE    1988  02 24 035203.29  13.48  124.62  24  7.1 MSBRK   5DM .......      
 PDE    1988  03 06 223538.14  56.95 -143.03  10  7.8 MwHRV   5DM .T.....      
 PDE    1988  04 12 231955.57 -17.19  -72.31  33  7.0 MsGS    4FM .......      
 PDE    1988  06 18 224942.37  26.86 -111.00  10  7.0 MsGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1988  08 06 003624.65  25.15   95.13  90  7.3 MSBRK   .CM S.Q...S      
 PDE    1988  08 10 043826.17 -10.37  160.82  34  7.4 MsGS    .CM .T.....      
 PDE    1988  11 06 130319.34  22.79   99.61  17  7.3 MsGS    .CM ......S      
 PDE    1989  04 25 142900.51  16.77  -99.33  19  7.1 MSBRK   .C. .......      
 PDE    1989  05 23 105446.32 -52.34  160.57  10  8.2 MsGS    5FM .T.....      
 PDE    1989  10 27 210451.82 -11.02  162.35  24  7.1 MSBRK   .FM ......M      
 PDE    1989  11 01 182534.94  39.84  142.76  28  7.4 MsGS    6FM .T.....      
 PDE    1989  12 15 184345.03   8.34  126.73  24  7.4 MSBRK   6CM .......      
 PDE    1989  12 30 231851.64  -3.41  145.97  38  7.0 MSBRK   3F. ....... 
PDE    1990  03 03 121627.96 -22.12  175.16  33  7.6 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1990  03 05 163812.57 -18.32  168.06  20  7.1 MwGS    5FM .......      
 PDE    1990  03 25 132255.60   9.92  -84.81  22  7.3 MwHRV   8CM ......S      
 PDE    1990  04 05 211235.55  15.12  147.60  11  7.4 MwHRV   .FM .T.....      
 PDE    1990  04 18 133919.01   1.19  122.86  25  7.6 MwHRV   .CM .......      
 PDE    1990  05 12 045008.71  49.04  141.85 605  7.2 MwHRV   5FM .......      
 PDE    1990  05 20 022201.62   5.12   32.15  14  7.2 MwGS    .DM .......      
 PDE    1990  05 24 200008.19   5.36   31.85  16  7.1 MwHRV   .DM .......      
 PDE    1990  05 24 200923.24  -7.36  120.36 588  7.1 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1990  05 30 104006.14  45.84   26.67  89  7.0 MwHRV   .CM .......      
 PDE    1990  06 14 074056.21  11.76  121.90  18  7.1 MwHRV   .CM .......      
 PDE    1990  06 20 210009.98  36.96   49.41  18  7.4 MwHRV   .CM ......S      
 PDE    1990  07 16 072634.61  15.68  121.17  25  7.7 MwHRV   .CM S.....M      
 PDE    1990  07 27 123759.55 -15.35  167.46 125  7.2 MwHRV   .CM .......      
 PDE    1990  08 12 212521.95 -19.43  169.13 140  7.1 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1990  10 17 143013.16 -10.97  -70.78 598  7.0 MwGS    .DM .......      
 PDE    1990  11 06 201429.74  53.45  169.87  24  7.1 MwHRV   4FM .......      
 PDE    1990  12 30 191418.93  -5.10  150.97 178  7.5 MwGS    .DM .......      
 PDE    1991  01 05 145711.59  23.61   95.90  19  7.0 MwHRV   .DM ......S      
 PDE    1991  02 18 023725.12   8.87  126.48  23  7.0 MwGS    3FM .......      
 PDE    1991  04 22 215651.82   9.69  -83.07  10  7.6 MwHRV   XCM UT....M      
 PDE    1991  04 29 091248.10  42.45   43.67  17  7.0 MwHRV   8CM ......S      
 PDE    1991  05 19 005801.73   1.16  122.96  33  7.0 MwGS    3FM .......      
 PDE    1991  05 30 131741.97  54.57 -161.61  28  7.0 MwHRV   5FM .......      
 PDE    1991  06 09 074502.13 -20.25 -176.22 265  7.0 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1991  06 20 051852.51   1.20  122.79  31  7.5 MwHRV   6DM .......      
 PDE    1991  06 23 212228.94 -26.80  -63.35 558  7.3 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1991  07 06 121949.56 -13.11  -72.19 104  7.0 MwGS    6DM .......      
 PDE    1991  08 17 221714.68  41.82 -125.40  13  7.0 MwHRV   5FM .......      
 PDE    1991  09 30 002146.41 -20.88 -178.59 566  7.0 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1991  10 14 155812.79  -9.09  158.44  23  7.2 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1991  11 19 222851.09   4.55  -77.44  21  7.2 MwHRV   .CM .......      
 PDE    1991  12 22 084313.41  45.53  151.02  24  7.6 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1991  12 27 040558.24 -56.03  -25.27  10  7.2 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1992  04 25 180604.21  40.37 -124.32  15  7.2 MwHRV   8CM .T....S      
 PDE    1992  05 15 070505.34  -6.07  147.57  58  7.2 MwHRV   .DM .......      
 PDE    1992  05 17 094919.11   7.24  126.64  32  7.1 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1992  05 17 101531.31   7.19  126.76  33  7.3 MwGS    .DM .T.....      
 PDE    1992  05 27 051338.81 -11.12  165.24  18  7.0 MwHRV   .FM .T.....      
 PDE    1992  06 28 115734.12  34.20 -116.44   1  7.3 Mw01046 9CM F.S....      
 PDE    1992  07 11 104419.76 -22.48 -178.41 377  7.2 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1992  08 19 020437.41  42.14   73.57  27  7.3 MwGS    9CM ......M      
 PDE    1992  09 02 001601.69  11.74  -87.34  44  7.7 MwHRV   .CM .T.....      
 PDE    1992  10 11 192426.29 -19.25  168.95 129  7.4 MwHRV   8FM .......      
 PDE    1992  10 18 151159.11   7.07  -76.86  10  7.2 MwGS    .CM ...V..M      
 PDE    1992  12 12 052926.35  -8.48  121.90  27  7.8 MwHRV   .CM .T....M      
 PDE    1992  12 20 205247.28  -6.58  130.39  77  7.3 MwBRK   .FM .......      
 PDE    1993  01 15 110605.95  43.30  143.69 102  7.6 MwHRV   9CM S.....S      
 PDE    1993  03 06 030549.87 -10.97  164.18  20  7.1 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1993  05 11 182651.32   7.22  126.57  58  7.0 MwGS    5FM .......      
 PDE    1993  05 24 235128.24 -22.67  -66.54 221  7.0 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1993  06 08 130336.48  51.22  157.83  70  7.5 MwHRV   7DM .T.....      
 PDE    1993  07 12 131711.96  42.85  139.20  16  7.7 MwHRV   8CM .T....S      
 PDE    1993  08 08 083424.93  12.98  144.80  59  7.8 MwHRV   9CM .T....M      
 PDE    1993  08 09 124248.19  36.38   70.87 214  7.0 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1993  08 10 005153.25 -45.28  166.93  28  7.0 MwGS    6FM .....T.      
 PDE    1993  09 10 191254.62  14.72  -92.64  34  7.2 MwGS    .CM ......S      
 PDE    1993  11 13 011804.18  51.93  158.65  34  7.0 MwGS    6FM .......      
 PDE    1993  12 29 074814.20 -20.23  169.79  33  7.0 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1994  01 21 022429.96   1.01  127.73  19  7.0 MwGS    .CM .......      
 PDE    1994  02 12 175823.99 -20.55  169.36  27  7.0 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1994  03 09 232806.78 -18.04 -178.41 562  7.6 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1994  03 14 043015.75  -1.28  -23.57  10  7.0 MwGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    1994  06 02 181734.02 -10.48  112.83  18  7.8 MwGS    .CM .T.....      
 PDE    1994  06 09 003316.23 -13.84  -67.55 631  8.2 MwGS    .CM ......S      
 PDE    1994  07 13 023556.02 -16.62  167.52  33  7.2 MwHRV   6FM .......      
 PDE    1994  07 21 183631.74  42.34  132.87 471  7.3 MwGS    5FM .......      
 PDE    1994  09 01 151553.08  40.40 -125.68  10  7.0 MwGS    6DM .T.....      
 PDE    1994  10 04 132255.84  43.77  147.32  14  8.3 MwHRV   9CM .T....S      
 PDE    1994  10 09 075539.58  43.90  147.92  33  7.3 MwHRV   6FM .T.....      
 PDE    1994  11 14 191530.66  13.52  121.07  31  7.1 MwHRV   .CM FT....M      
 PDE    1994  12 28 121923.03  40.53  143.42  26  7.8 MwHRV   XCM .T.....      
 PDE    1995  01 06 223734.32  40.25  142.18  26  7.0 MwHRV   7CM .......      
 PDE    1995  02 05 225105.14 -37.76  178.75  21  7.1 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1995  04 07 220656.89 -15.20 -173.53  21  7.4 MwGS    5FM .T.....      
 PDE    1995  04 21 003446.09  12.06  125.58  20  7.2 MwHRV   4DM .T.....      
 PDE    1995  05 05 035345.05  12.63  125.30  16  7.1 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1995  05 16 201244.22 -23.01  169.90  20  7.7 MwHRV   3FM .T.....      
 PDE    1995  05 27 130352.65  52.63  142.83  11  7.1 MwGS    9CM F......      
 PDE    1995  07 03 195050.62 -29.21 -177.59  35  7.2 MwGS    6FM .......      
 PDE    1995  07 30 051123.63 -23.34  -70.29  45  8.0 MwGS    7CM .T....S      
 PDE    1995  08 16 102728.63  -5.80  154.18  30  7.7 MwHRV   .DM .T....S      
 PDE    1995  08 16 231023.98  -5.77  154.35  33  7.2 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1995  08 23 070602.76  18.86  145.22 594  7.1 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1995  09 14 140431.43  16.78  -98.60  23  7.4 MwGS    .CM .......      
 PDE    1995  10 03 015123.90  -2.75  -77.88  24  7.0 MwHRV   .CM .......      
 PDE    1995  10 09 153553.91  19.06 -104.21  33  8.0 MwHRV   .CM ST....S      
 PDE    1995  10 18 103726.38  27.93  130.18  28  7.1 MwHRV   7CM .T.....      
 PDE    1995  10 21 023857.12  16.84  -93.47 159  7.2 MwHRV   .DM .......      
 PDE    1995  11 22 041511.94  28.83   34.80  10  7.2 MwHRV   .CM .Q....L      
 PDE    1995  12 03 180108.99  44.66  149.30  33  7.9 MwHRV   5FM .......      
 PDE    1995  12 25 044324.46  -6.90  129.15 141  7.1 MwHRV   6FM .......      
 PDE    1996  01 01 080510.83   0.73  119.93  24  7.9 MwHRV   .CM .T.....      
 PDE    1996  02 07 213646.30  45.32  149.89  42  7.2 MwHRV   5DM .......      
 PDE    1996  02 17 055930.55  -0.89  136.95  33  8.2 MwHRV   .CM .T.....      
 PDE    1996  02 21 125101.30  -9.59  -79.59  10  7.5 MwHRV   4CM .......      
 PDE    1996  02 25 030815.87  15.98  -98.07  21  7.1 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1996  04 16 003054.67 -24.06 -177.04 110  7.2 MwGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    1996  04 29 144041.09  -6.52  155.00  44  7.2 MwGS    .CM .......      
 PDE    1996  06 02 025209.55  10.80  -42.25  10  7.0 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1996  06 10 040335.48  51.56 -177.63  33  7.9 MwHRV   6FM .T.....      
 PDE    1996  06 10 152456     51.48 -176.85  26  7.3 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1996  06 11 182255.73  12.61  125.15  33  7.1 MwHRV   5FM .......      
 PDE    1996  06 17 112218.54  -7.14  122.59 587  7.9 MwHRV   .DM .......      
 PDE    1996  07 22 141935.77   1.00  120.45  33  7.0 MwGS    8DM .......      
 PDE    1996  08 05 223822.09 -20.69 -178.31 550  7.4 MwHRV   2FM .......      
 PDE    1996  11 12 165944.03 -14.99  -75.68  33  7.7 MwHRV   8CM .T.....      
 PDE    1997  01 11 202826.02  18.22 -102.76  33  7.2 MwGS    .CM .......      
 PDE    1997  01 23 021522.97 -22.00  -65.72 276  7.1 MwHRV   5FM .......      
 PDE    1997  02 27 210802.36  29.98   68.21  33  7.1 MwHRV   .CM ......S      
 PDE    1997  04 21 120226.43 -12.58  166.68  33  7.7 MwGS    .DM .T.....      
 PDE    1997  05 10 075729.72  33.83   59.81  10  7.3 MwGS    .CM ......S      
 PDE    1997  05 25 232233.19 -32.12  179.79 332  7.1 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1997  07 09 192413.17  10.60  -63.49  19  7.0 MwHRV   .CM ......S      
 PDE    1997  09 20 161132.15 -28.68 -177.62  30  7.0 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1997  10 14 095318.15 -22.10 -176.77 167  7.8 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1997  10 15 010333.46 -30.93  -71.22  58  7.1 MwGS    7CM ......S      
 PDE    1997  10 28 061517.33  -4.37  -76.68 112  7.2 MwHRV   .DM .......      
 PDE    1997  11 08 100252.61  35.07   87.32  33  7.5 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1997  11 15 185924.30 -15.15  167.38 123  7.0 MwGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    1997  11 25 121433.63   1.24  122.54  24  7.0 MwGS    6DM .......      
 PDE    1997  12 05 112654.69  54.84  162.04  33  7.8 MwHRV   7FM .T.....      
 PDE    1997  12 22 020550.08  -5.49  147.87 179  7.2 MwHRV   .DM .......      
 PDE    1998  01 04 061158.97 -22.30  170.91 100  7.5 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1998  01 30 121608.69 -23.91  -70.21  42  7.1 MwHRV   7CM .......      
 PDE    1998  03 25 031225.07 -62.88  149.53  10  8.1 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1998  03 29 194816.21 -17.55 -179.09 537  7.2 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1998  04 01 175623.36  -0.54   99.26  55  7.0 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1998  05 03 233021.91  22.31  125.31  33  7.5 MwGS    5FM .T.....      
 PDE    1998  07 16 115636.42 -11.04  166.16 110  7.0 MwGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    1998  07 17 084913.28  -2.96  141.93  10  7.0 MwGS    .CM .T.....      
 PDE    1998  08 04 185920.10  -0.59  -80.39  33  7.2 MwHRV   .CM ......S      
 PDE    1998  08 20 064055.82  28.93  139.33 440  7.1 MwGS    5FM .......      
 PDE    1998  11 09 053844.22  -6.92  128.95  33  7.0 MwGS    3FM .......      
 PDE    1998  11 29 141031.96  -2.07  124.89  33  7.7 MwGS    7CM .......      
 PDE    1999  01 19 033533.84  -4.60  153.24 114  7.0 MwGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    1999  02 06 214759.47 -12.85  166.70  90  7.3 MwGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    1999  03 04 085201.90   5.40  121.94  33  7.1 MwHRV   5DM .......      
 PDE    1999  04 05 110804     -5.59  149.57 150  7.4 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1999  04 08 131034.08  43.61  130.35 565  7.1 MwGS    4FM .......      
 PDE    1999  05 10 203302.09  -5.16  150.88 138  7.1 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    1999  05 16 005120.46  -4.75  152.49  73  7.1 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1999  06 15 204205.93  18.39  -97.44  70  7.0 MwHRV   8CM ......S      
 PDE    1999  08 17 000139.13  40.75   29.86  17  7.6 MwHRV   .CM F......      
 PDE    1999  09 20 174718.49  23.77  120.98  33  7.7 MwHRV   XCM 5.....S      
 PDE    1999  09 30 163115.69  16.06  -96.93  60  7.5 MwHRV   8CM ......S      
 PDE    1999  10 16 094644.13  34.59 -116.27   0  7.1 MwHRV   7CM F......      
 PDE    1999  11 12 165719.55  40.76   31.16  10  7.2 MwHRV   .CM ......S      
 PDE    1999  11 15 054243.22  -1.34   88.98  10  7.0 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    1999  11 19 135646.45  -6.35  148.76  33  7.0 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    1999  11 26 132115.57 -16.42  168.21  33  7.5 MwHRV   .CM .T....S      
 PDE    1999  12 06 231233.92  57.41 -154.49  66  7.0 MwGS    6DM .......      
 PDE    1999  12 11 180336.45  15.77  119.74  33  7.3 MwHRV   6CM .......    
PDE    2000  01 08 164720.58 -16.92 -174.25 183  7.2 MwGS    5FM .......      
 PDE    2000  02 25 014358.64 -19.53  173.82  33  7.1 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    2000  03 28 110022.51  22.34  143.73 126  7.6 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    2000  04 23 092723.32 -28.31  -62.99 608  7.0 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    2000  05 04 042116.21  -1.11  123.57  26  7.6 MwHRV   7CM .T.....      
 PDE    2000  05 12 184318.12 -23.55  -66.45 225  7.2 MwHRV   6CM .......      
 PDE    2000  06 04 162826.17  -4.72  102.09  33  7.9 MwHRV   6CM ......S      
 PDE    2000  06 18 144413.31 -13.80   97.45  10  7.9 MwHRV   .FM .T.....      
 PDE    2000  08 06 072712.90  28.86  139.56 394  7.4 MwHRV   4FM .......      
 PDE    2000  10 04 165844.31 -15.42  166.91  23  7.0 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    2000  10 29 083708.77  -4.77  153.95  50  7.0 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    2000  11 16 045456.74  -3.98  152.17  33  8.0 MwHRV   .CM STS...S      
 PDE    2000  11 16 074216.93  -5.23  153.10  30  7.8 MwHRV   .DM .......      
 PDE    2000  11 17 210156.49  -5.50  151.78  33  7.8 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    2000  12 06 171106.40  39.57   54.80  30  7.0 MwGS    7CM .......      
 PDE    2001  01 01 065704.17   6.90  126.58  33  7.5 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    2001  01 09 164928    -14.93  167.17 103  7.1 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    2001  01 10 160244.23  57.08 -153.21  33  7.0 MwHRV   6FM .......      
 PDE    2001  01 13 173332.38  13.05  -88.66  60  7.7 MwHRV   .CM ......S      
 PDE    2001  01 26 031640.50  23.42   70.23  16  7.7 MwHRV   .CM .......      
 PDE    2001  02 13 192830.26  -4.68  102.56  36  7.4 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    2001  02 24 072348.73   1.27  126.25  35  7.1 MwGS    5FM .......      
 PDE    2001  06 03 024157.16 -29.67 -178.63 178  7.2 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    2001  06 23 203314.13 -16.26  -73.64  33  8.4 MwHRV   8CM .T....S      
 PDE    2001  07 07 093843.52 -17.54  -72.08  33  7.6 MwHRV   6CM .......      
 PDE    2001  08 21 065206.25 -36.81 -179.57  33  7.1 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    2001  10 12 150216.84  12.69  144.98  37  7.0 MwHRV   7CM .......      
 PDE    2001  10 19 032844.46  -4.10  123.91  33  7.5 MwHRV   4FM .......      
 PDE    2001  10 31 091020     -5.91  150.20  33  7.0 MwHRV   .DM .......      
 PDE    2001  11 14 092610.01  35.95   90.54  10  7.8 MwHRV   .DM .......      
 PDE    2001  12 12 140235.04 -42.81  124.69  10  7.1 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    2002  01 02 172248.76 -17.60  167.86  21  7.2 MwHRV   .CM .T....S      
 PDE    2002  03 03 120819.74  36.50   70.48 225  7.4 MwHRV   .CM ......M      
 PDE    2002  03 05 211609.13   6.03  124.25  31  7.5 MwHRV   XCM .T....S      
 PDE    2002  03 31 065250.49  24.28  122.18  32  7.1 MwGS    9CM .T....S      
 PDE    2002  04 26 160607     13.09  144.62  85  7.1 MwGS    7CM .......      
 PDE    2002  06 28 171930.27  43.75  130.67 566  7.3 MwGS    3FM .......      
 PDE    2002  08 19 110101.19 -21.70 -179.51 580  7.7 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    2002  08 19 110824.31 -23.88  178.49 675  7.7 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    2002  09 08 184423.71  -3.30  142.95  13  7.6 MwHRV   .CM UT....M      
 PDE    2002  10 10 105020.57  -1.76  134.30  10  7.6 MwHRV   .CM 5T....M      
 PDE    2002  11 02 012610.70   2.82   96.08  30  7.4 MwGS    6CM .......      
 PDE    2002  11 03 221241     63.52 -147.44   4  7.9 MwHRV   9CM F.S...M      
 PDE    2002  11 17 045353.54  47.82  146.21 459  7.3 MwGS    4FM .......      
 PDE    2003  01 20 084306.07 -10.49  160.77  33  7.3 MwHRV   .FM .T.....      
 PDE    2003  01 22 020634.61  18.77 -104.10  24  7.6 MwGS    8CM .TS...S      
 PDE    2003  03 17 163617.31  51.27  177.98  33  7.1 MwGS    3FM .......      
 PDE    2003  05 26 092433.40  38.85  141.57  68  7.0 MwGS    8CM ......M      
 PDE    2003  05 26 192327.94   2.35  128.85  31  7.0 MwHRV   .CM .......      
 PDE    2003  06 20 061938.91  -7.61  -71.72 558  7.1 MwHRV   5FM .......      
 PDE    2003  07 15 202750.53  -2.60   68.38  10  7.6 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    2003  08 04 043720.13 -60.53  -43.41  10  7.6 MwHRV   .DM .......      
 PDE    2003  08 21 121249.79 -45.10  167.14  28  7.2 MwHRV   .DM .TS...S      
 PDE    2003  09 25 195006.36  41.81  143.91  27  8.3 MwHRV   8CM .T....S      
 PDE    2003  09 25 210800.03  41.77  143.59  33  7.4 MwHRV   8FM .......      
 PDE    2003  09 27 113325.08  50.04   87.81  16  7.3 MwGS    XCM S.....S      
 PDE    2003  10 31 010628.28  37.81  142.62  10  7.0 MwGS    5FM .T.....      
 PDE    2003  11 17 064306.80  51.15  178.65  33  7.8 MwHRV   4FM .T.....      
 PDE    2003  12 27 160059.45 -22.01  169.77  10  7.3 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    2004  01 03 162321.02 -22.25  169.68  22  7.1 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    2004  02 05 210502.84  -3.62  135.54  16  7.0 MwHRV   .CM .......      
 PDE    2004  02 07 024235.21  -4.00  135.02  10  7.3 MwGS    .DM .......      
 PDE    2004  07 15 042714.73 -17.66 -178.76 565  7.1 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    2004  07 25 143519.06  -2.43  103.98 582  7.3 MwGS    .FM .......      
 PDE    2004  09 05 100707.82  33.07  136.62  14  7.2 MwHRV   6CM .T.....      
 PDE    2004  09 05 145718.61  33.18  137.07  10  7.4 MwGS    6CM .T.....      
 PDE    2004  10 09 212653.69  11.42  -86.67  35  7.0 MwHRV   4FM .......      
 PDE    2004  11 11 212641.15  -8.15  124.87  10  7.5 MwHRV   8CM ......S      
 PDE    2004  11 15 090656.56   4.70  -77.51  15  7.2 MwGS    .CM ......V      
 PDE    2004  11 22 202623.90 -46.68  164.72  10  7.1 MwHRV   .DM .......      
 PDE    2004  11 26 022503.31  -3.61  135.40  10  7.1 MwHRV   .CM .......      
 PDE    2004  11 28 183214.13  43.01  145.12  39  7.0 MwGS    .CM .T.....      
 PDE    2004  12 23 145904.41 -49.31  161.35  10  8.1 MwHRV   .FM .T.....      
 PDE    2004  12 26 005853.45   3.30   95.98  30  9.1 Mw01100 9CM STS...M      
 PDE    2004  12 26 042129.81   6.91   92.96  39  7.2 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    2005  02 05 122318.94   5.29  123.34 525  7.1 MwHRV   3CM .......      
 PDE    2005  03 02 104212.23  -6.53  129.93 201  7.1 MwGS    5FM .......      
 PDE    2005  03 28 160936.53   2.09   97.11  30  8.6 MwHRV   8CM 3TS....      
 PDE    2005  06 13 224433.90 -19.99  -69.20 115  7.8 MwGS    7CM ......S      
 PDE    2005  06 15 025054.19  41.29 -125.95  16  7.2 MwHRV   4FM .T.....      
 PDE    2005  07 24 154206.21   7.92   92.19  16  7.2 MwHRV   5DM .......      
 PDE    2005  08 16 024628.40  38.28  142.04  36  7.2 MwHRV   8CM .T....S      
 PDE    2005  09 09 072643.73  -4.54  153.47  90  7.6 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    2005  09 26 015537.67  -5.68  -76.40 115  7.5 MwGS    6CM .......      
 PDE    2005  10 08 035040.80  34.54   73.59  26  7.6 MwHRV   8CM ..S...M      
 PDE    2005  11 14 213851.42  38.11  144.90  11  7.0 MwHRV   4FM .T.....      
 PDE    2006  01 02 061049.76 -60.96  -21.61  13  7.4 MwHRV   ..M .......      
 PDE    2006  01 02 221340.49 -19.93 -178.18 582  7.2 MwHRV   .FM .......      
 PDE    2006  01 27 165853.67  -5.47  128.13 397  7.6 MwHRV   5FM .......      
 PDE    2006  02 22 221907.80 -21.32   33.58  11  7.0 MwGS    .CM .......      
 PDE    2006  04 20 232502.15  60.95  167.09  22  7.6 MwHRV   .CM .......      
 PDE    2006  05 03 152640.29 -20.19 -174.12  55  8.0 MwHRV   7CM .T.....      
 PDE    2006  05 16 103923.34 -31.81 -179.31 152  7.4 MwGS    3FM .......      
 PDE    2006  07 17 081926.68  -9.28  107.42  20  7.7 MwHRV   .CM .T.....      
 PDE    2006  08 20 034148.04 -61.03  -34.37  13  7.0 MwGS    ..M .......      
 PDE    2006  11 15 111413.57  46.59  153.27  10  8.3 MwGCMT  4CM .T.....      
 PDE    2006  12 26 122621.14  21.80  120.55  10  7.1 MwGS    7CM .......      
 PDE    2007  01 13 042321.16  46.24  154.52  10  8.1 MwGCMT  6FM .T.....      
 PDE    2007  01 21 112745.06   1.07  126.28  22  7.5 MwGCMT  6CM .......      
 PDE    2007  03 25 004001.61 -20.62  169.36  34  7.1 MwGS    3FM .T.....      
 PDE    2007  04 01 203958.71  -8.47  157.04  24  8.1 MwGCMT  .CM UT....S      
 PDE    2007  08 01 170851.40 -15.60  167.68 120  7.2 MwGS    7DM .......      
 PDE    2007  08 08 170504.92  -5.86  107.42 280  7.5 MwGCMT  5FM .......      
 PDE    2007  08 15 234057.89 -13.39  -76.60  39  8.0 MwGCMT  9CM .T....M      
 PDE    2007  09 02 010518.15 -11.61  165.76  35  7.2 MwGCMT  ..M .......      
 PDE    2007  09 12 111026.83  -4.44  101.37  34  8.5 MwGCMT  6CM .TS....      
 PDE    2007  09 12 234903.72  -2.62  100.84  35  7.9 MwGCMT  6CM .......      
 PDE    2007  09 13 033528.72  -2.13   99.63  22  7.0 MwGCMT  3CM .......      
 PDE    2007  09 28 133857.88  22.01  142.67 260  7.5 MwGCMT  4FM .......      
 PDE    2007  09 30 052334.07 -49.27  164.12  10  7.4 MwGCMT  3FM .......      
 PDE    2007  10 31 033015.96  18.90  145.39 207  7.2 MwGS    4FM .......      
 PDE    2007  11 14 154050.53 -22.25  -69.89  40  7.7 MwGCMT  8CM .T.....      
 PDE    2007  11 29 190020.42  14.94  -61.27 156  7.4 MwGS    7CM .......      
 PDE    2007  12 09 072820.82 -26.00 -177.51 152  7.8 MwGCMT  4FM .......      
 PDE    2007  12 19 093027.93  51.36 -179.51  34  7.2 MwGCMT  .FM .......      
 PDE    2008  02 20 080830.52   2.77   95.96  26  7.4 MwUCMT  5CM .......      
 PDE    2008  02 25 083633.03  -2.49   99.97  25  7.2 MwGCMT  3FM .......      
 PDE    2008  03 20 223257.93  35.49   81.47  10  7.2 MwUCMT  .DM .......      
 PDE    2008  04 09 124612.72 -20.07  168.89  33  7.3 MwUCMT  ..M .......      
 PDE    2008  04 12 003012.60 -55.66  158.45  16  7.1 MwUCMT  ..M .......      
 PDE    2008  05 12 062801.57  31.00  103.32  19  7.9 MwUCMT  ECM 5.S...M      
 PDE    2008  06 30 061743.02 -58.23  -22.10   8  7.0 MwUCMT  ..M .......      
 PDE    2008  07 05 021204.48  53.88  152.89 632  7.7 MwUCMT  3FM .......      
 PDE    2008  07 19 023928.70  37.55  142.21  22  7.0 MwUCMT  5FM .T.....      
 PDE    2008  09 29 151931.59 -29.76 -177.68  36  7.0 MwUCMT  .FM .......      
 PDE    2008  11 16 170232.70   1.27  122.09  30  7.4 MwWCMT  7CM .......      
 PDE    2008  11 24 090258.76  54.20  154.32 492  7.3 MwUCMT  2FM .......      
 PDE    2009  01 03 194350.65  -0.41  132.88  17  7.7 MwGCMT  6CM .T.....      
 PDE    2009  01 03 223340.29  -0.69  133.30  23  7.4 MwGCMT  7CM .......      
 PDE    2009  01 15 174939.07  46.86  155.15  36  7.4 MwUCMT  3FM .......      
 PDE    2009  02 11 173450.49   3.89  126.39  20  7.2 MwUCMT  .CM .......      
 PDE    2009  02 18 215345.16 -27.42 -176.33  25  7.0 MwGCMT  .FM .......      
 PDE    2009  03 19 181740.47 -23.04 -174.66  31  7.6 MwUCMT  6FM .T.....      
 PDE    2009  05 28 082446.56  16.73  -86.22  19  7.3 MwGCMT  7CM ..S...M      
 PDE    2009  07 15 092229.03 -45.76  166.56  12  7.8 MwGCMT  6DM .T....S      
 PDE    2009  08 09 105555.11  33.17  137.94 292  7.1 MwUCMT  5FM .......      
 PDE    2009  08 10 195538.73  14.10   92.90  24  7.5 MwUCMT  5FM .......      
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Sunday, 18 March 2012

Paul Hellyer - former Canadian Minister of Defence - We need to change!



Paul Hellyer: ”I’d say the most urgent problem in the world is the environment. We’re wrecking the planet. We’re doing it at a very fast pace. We’re going to have to stop wrecking it and that means huge changes.” 
However, people are people and change is slow and difficult. It's unlikely people will change willingly, hence we need Governments to lead, but we need them to be fair.

We desperately need change, society is corrupt, but the corruption stems from our own greed, selfishness and narcissism.


We need to educate the next generation, so when they grow up it can be very different, remember, they're the next Police officers, Military and Governments, with a better attitude change can be a natural and sustainable.

Change for our generation is not possible, we live by rules that promote conflict and competition between each other, today there is no solidarity or equality.
People will even fight defending a place in a queue! 
Today's attitudes are deeply embedded in us all, we step on each other if it helps us get that little further up the ladder to wealth.0

What we need is a banking system that is 'not for profit', run by the individual countries Governments. 'Not for profit' systems should include all businesses too, all profits put back into the company to grow and employ, therefore potentially ending unemployment and spreading the wealth fairly. People's earnings are based on their contribution, skills and experience, not just because of status!

There would be enough revenue to give everyone the basics; housing, food and water.
However, greed prevents any change... 'I want more so why should I help others?' 
The minority own the majority, and the majority (who truly hold all the cards) have allowed this to continue.

We do need the Government, because they are here to protect us from ourselves, but, we need the system to be made fairer, promoting equality and humanity first.

Unfortunately, our elected Governments keep us in the dark, keep us divided and keep the system in place for their own agendas.

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There's a Government behind the Government

Hope is all we have, and I hope that it will change one day, so my kids have a better future... so that they have a future!

Sunday, 4 March 2012

Asteroid 2012 DA14: May hit Earth on Feb15th 2013: Updated

An asteroid named 2012 DA14 is moving towards the Earth, in fact according to the NASA Neo JPL site (LINK) it has a very similar orbit to earth, and has probably been there for thousands of years.

On February 15, 2013, the asteroid will fly at a distance of 26 900 km (16,715miles from the center point of Earth). This distance is 6000 miles closer than some of the satellites orbiting the Earth from a distance of 35,700 km. There is no guarantee that the asteroid will hit or will miss, there is simply not enough data, but it is close enough to be affected by our gravity potentially being pulled to earth, it all depends on trajectory, speed and luck!

The odds of it hitting us is approx  1 in 83,000, however to put this in perspective, the odds of winning the UK National Lottery is 1 in 13,983,816, remember someone wins nearly every week. The odds are in our favor for a miss, however there is still a maybe.


There is a possibility the asteroid will collide with Earth, but further calculation is required to estimate the potential threat and work out how to avert possible disaster, NASA expert Dr. David Dunham told students at Moscow’s University of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM).
“The Earth’s gravitational field will alter the asteroid’s path significantly. Further scrupulous calculation is required to estimate the threat of collision,” said Dr. Dunham, as transcribed by Russia’s Izvestia. “The asteroid may break into dozens of small pieces, or several large lumps may split from it and burn up in the atmosphere. The type of the asteroid and its mineral structure can be determined by spectral analysis. This will help predict its behavior in the atmosphere and what should be done to prevent the potential threat,” said Dr. Dunham. (RT)


If this asteroid did hit the earth, the impact could destroy a city, the devastation and loss of life would be horrific. We must be aware of these events, remember the Government will not give enough warning worried about panic. So stay informed!

The asteroid was first detected by the Spanish Observatorio Astronomico de La Sagra on the 23rd Feb 2012. The size of the asteroid is not clear, but may be anywhere between 40-150 meters. Astronomers will continue to monitor the asteroid to find out the exact size and path.

The estimated size of 2012 DA14 places it in the same category as the celestial body that, scientists say, exploded over western Siberia in 1908. The Tunguska blast,  knocked down trees over a total area of 2,150 sq km (830 sq miles).

Though many theories exist concerning the event on Podkamennaya Tunsguska River, the leading explanation is a space body more than 50 meters in size blew up in the atmosphere, the blast being at least 1,000 more powerful than the nuclear bomb that destroyed Hiroshima in 1945

Scientists suggest confronting this asteroid with either a 'big gun' or with a special heat reflecting paint.

"With the asteroid zooming that low, it will be too late to do anything with it besides trying to predict its final destination and the consequences of impact."

A spaceship is needed, experts agree. It could shoot the rock down or just crash into it, either breaking the asteroid into debris or throwing it off course.

NASA expert David Dunham suggested: “We could paint it.” The paint would change the asteroid's ability to reflect sunlight, alter its spin and change its temperature.

However, even taking the asteroid off course is unpredictable and could be dangerous when it returns in 2056, according to Aleksandr Devaytkin the head of the observatory in Russia’s Pulkovo, as told to Izvestia in Russia recently.

"The new trajectory could cause a direct hit on its next visit."

The problem with either option is that there is the lack of time, for development of such a system and early enough deployment to make a difference, building a spaceship to deal with 2012 DA14 will take at least two years.

The asteroid has proven a bitter discovery. It has been circling in orbit for at lest three years already, crossing Earth’s path several times, says space analyst Sergey Naroenkov from the Russian Academy of Sciences. It seems that spotting danger from outer space is still the area where mere chance reigns, while asteroid defence systems exist only in drafts.

Still, prospects of meeting 2012 DA14 are not all doom and gloom.
The asteroid may split into pieces entering the atmosphere. In this case, most part of it will never reach the planet’s surface,” remarks Dunham.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/320607#ixzz1oRY7GCpM


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What this does show is that there are many objects in our solar system that we do not know about, never dismiss anything without investigation, even then there is always new information.

So when people dismiss Planet X, Nibiru, etc, it is through ignorance and narrow mindedness. Always remain open to the possibilities!


Quote NBC News".. though this asteroid may miss us, experts say there is nothing wrong in getting your affairs in order..."

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 NBC News report

Remember it is only a matter of time:

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Near-Earth asteroid 2005 YU55 will pass within 0.85 lunar distances from the Earth on November 8, 2011




99942 Apophis will pass in 2029 (odds of missing is 1 in 250,000), depending on that pass it will either hit us or miss us in 2036, if it hits us it WILL wipe out most of life on earth

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Apophis Link: http://lifetimeandus.blogspot.com/2011/08/asteroid-apophis-real-threat.html

For up to date info follow me on Twitter: @LifeTimeUs

Links:
Earth Impact Risk Summary: neo.jpl.nasa.gov
Orbit Diagram: ssd.jpl.nasa.gov
Impact Risk: http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/ip?2.2e-04
Contributed source:  http://rt.com/news/paint-asteroid-earth-nasa-767/