Watch Asteroid 2012 DA14 Flyby on February 15, 2013 Live Streaming Online for the 2013 flyby of a giant asteroid which is about half the size of a football field and now considered to be a behemoth as it enters the earth-moon system somewhere near the path or positions of earth’s geostationary satellites orbit and its closest approach point will be over Sumatra in Indonesia and is considered a near earth asteroid family while there is no chance that asteroid 2012 DA14 will hit Earth this Friday, the asteroid’s flyby is history-making for several other reasons like scientists will have the unprecedented chance to get an up close and personal view of the near-Earth asteroid, which is again about half the size of a football field, as it passes by the planet at a distance of just 17,200 miles (27,000 kilometers). Let’s hope this is going to be a good astronomical show contrary to what others believed that the countdown to apocalypse is still inevitable and the world as we know it will end on this present times but as for the exact date i beg to disagree. By the way this just in, Meteor strike in Russia hurts 250, sows panic as a plunging meteor exploded with a blinding flash above central Russia, sowing panic as the hurtling space debris set off a shockwave that smashed windows and left over 250 people injured and there is no direct connection linking this event to the upcoming asteroid’s 2012 DA14 flyby with earth but we still don’t know yet for certain.
The Asteroid 2012 DA14 Flyby can be seen via the internet or thru a telescope powerful enough or check the internet for the latest updates and live coverage of the Asteroid 2012 DA14 Flyby astronomical event which i think is something that you don’t got to see and doesn’t happen every single day. As this is asteroid 2012 DA14′s closest pass ever by using intricate mapping techniques, researchers have already plotted the 150-foot (45 meters) space rock’s trajectory far out into the future. When the asteroid flies by Earth, the planet’s gravity will force the asteroid into a new orbit that won’t bring it this close to the Earth for years to come. Asteroids like 2012 DA14 have hit Earth before and scientists think the “Tunguska Event” over Siberia in 1908 was caused by a 100-foot (30 m) asteroid. This space rock exploded in midair, leveling trees across 825 square miles (2,137 square km) in the region. If 2012 DA14 did enter Earth’s atmosphere, it probably would react similarly exploding above the ground and causing destruction over a wide area, but not endangering human civilization or causing other major global problems.
Watch Asteroid 2012 DA14 Flyby Live Streaming Online February 15, 2013 via sopcast, ustream and justin tv or thru this link and find out if the Asteroid 2012 DA14 Flyby will be spectacular not to the extent that it will collide with our planet which i definitely don’t like to happen otherwise it’s going to an armageddon and we should call out on bruce willis team to antipicate and melt the asteroid before it reach our atmosphere and produce another K/T event that killed the dinosaurs 65 millions years ago. At its closest approach on Friday at 2:24 p.m. EST (1924 GMT), the asteroid will be 5,000 miles (8,000 km) closer to Earth than the ring of GPS, weather and communications satellites in orbit around the planet. Still, the satellites and the planet are safe from impact, researchers say. Asteroids like 2012 DA14 fly by Earth every 40 years as based on a statistical analysis, NASA researchers have found that asteroids like 2012 DA14 only graze Earth this closely once every 40 years or so. Similar asteroids can actually hit the Earth once every 1,200 years. NASA will also be live-streaming the flyby via a telescope at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET (2100 to 0200 Feb. 16 GMT) on Friday. So better not worry as our friendly asteroid will just flyby and again all is well that ends well because somehow the world will not end sooner, not that i know off:D