NASA slamming an Asteroid in 20 minutes

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9/26/2022 3:52pm Edited Date/Time 10/30/2022 6:12pm
Here’s the link…
https://dart.jhuapl.edu
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That was really cool.
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I love tracking it live on my computer and watching LOS as it impacts.
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There are spots in southern Utah similar to the surface of that asteroid.
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str8line wrote:
There are spots in southern Utah similar to the surface of that asteroid.
I know…

I’ve crashed in that crap! Grinning
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str8line wrote:
There are spots in southern Utah similar to the surface of that asteroid.
TeamGreen wrote:
I know…

I’ve crashed in that crap! Grinning
I’ve got two plates and 13 screws in my ankle because of that crap…😆
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str8line wrote:
There are spots in southern Utah similar to the surface of that asteroid.
TeamGreen wrote:
I know…

I’ve crashed in that crap! Grinning
Ouch!
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str8line wrote:
There are spots in southern Utah similar to the surface of that asteroid.
TeamGreen wrote:
I know…

I’ve crashed in that crap! Grinning
Titan1 wrote:
I’ve got two plates and 13 screws in my ankle because of that crap…😆
Double ouch!
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TeamGreen wrote:
I know…

I’ve crashed in that crap! Grinning
Titan1 wrote:
I’ve got two plates and 13 screws in my ankle because of that crap…😆
str8line wrote:
Double ouch!
Have you ever raced the rhino rally in Warner valley?
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Titan1 wrote:
I’ve got two plates and 13 screws in my ankle because of that crap…😆
str8line wrote:
Double ouch!
Titan1 wrote:
Have you ever raced the rhino rally in Warner valley?
I haven't. Is that where you broke yo self?
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str8line wrote:
Double ouch!
Titan1 wrote:
Have you ever raced the rhino rally in Warner valley?
str8line wrote:
I haven't. Is that where you broke yo self?
Yeah. Back in February.
9/27/2022 1:52am
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they get such perfect detailed images of the astroid before impact, from a rocket travelling 14,000 mph, 7 million miles away? was it a computer interpretation?
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9/27/2022 3:34am
cablecable wrote:
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they...
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they get such perfect detailed images of the astroid before impact, from a rocket travelling 14,000 mph, 7 million miles away? was it a computer interpretation?
Hey hey ease up there buddy, no questioning science please it's against the law.
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cablecable wrote:
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they...
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they get such perfect detailed images of the astroid before impact, from a rocket travelling 14,000 mph, 7 million miles away? was it a computer interpretation?
This is hilarious
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Their calculations were off . It's now heading straight for us .
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ATKpilot99 wrote:
Their calculations were off . It's now heading straight for us .
Jack Ass! I almost spit coffee all over! Grinning

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9/27/2022 10:39am
After NASA started letting women drive their satellites, something like this was bound to happen.
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cablecable wrote:
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they...
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they get such perfect detailed images of the astroid before impact, from a rocket travelling 14,000 mph, 7 million miles away? was it a computer interpretation?
Hey hey ease up there buddy, no questioning science please it's against the law.
Lol

You can question science all you want . That’s how it works . But you have to back it up and not just make up bullshit .

So what you got now ?
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9/27/2022 11:58am
lestat wrote:
Lol You can question science all you want . That’s how it works . But you have to back it up and not just make up...
Lol

You can question science all you want . That’s how it works . But you have to back it up and not just make up bullshit .

So what you got now ?
This is obviously a false flag operation conducted by the Oort Cloud, so now they have justification to launch more rocks at Earth.
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9/27/2022 9:45pm
cablecable wrote:
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they...
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they get such perfect detailed images of the astroid before impact, from a rocket travelling 14,000 mph, 7 million miles away? was it a computer interpretation?
early wrote:
This is hilarious
Prove me wrong then?
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9/27/2022 10:06pm
cablecable wrote:
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they...
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they get such perfect detailed images of the astroid before impact, from a rocket travelling 14,000 mph, 7 million miles away? was it a computer interpretation?
early wrote:
This is hilarious
cablecable wrote:
Prove me wrong then?
You lost us at “I have done zero reading”
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9/28/2022 5:27am Edited Date/Time 9/28/2022 5:58am
cablecable wrote:
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they...
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they get such perfect detailed images of the astroid before impact, from a rocket travelling 14,000 mph, 7 million miles away? was it a computer interpretation?
early wrote:
This is hilarious
cablecable wrote:
Prove me wrong then?
Prove you wrong? You said you saw the pictures Huh .

Now is traditionally the part of your debate where you offer some proof.
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cablecable wrote:
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they...
I have done 0 reading into it other than seeing the on board video, but id call complete bullshit on what i saw, how can they get such perfect detailed images of the astroid before impact, from a rocket travelling 14,000 mph, 7 million miles away? was it a computer interpretation?
early wrote:
This is hilarious
cablecable wrote:
Prove me wrong then?
This is hilarious
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The DART collision seen from distant telescope.
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The Moon Landing was FAKE! Grinning
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The Moon Landing was FAKE! Grinning
You see the flag flying?
Ain't no wind on the moon.
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early wrote:
This is hilarious
cablecable wrote:
Prove me wrong then?
Prove you wrong? You said you saw the pictures Huh .

Now is traditionally the part of your debate where you offer some proof.
Indeed, people seem to have replaced the ability to question things with the ability to just doubt everything because they want to. To question something requires some research.

If I knew your address I could tell you what kind of car you drive from a Google Earth picture provided by a satellite 22 thousand miles above you in geosync orbit. But do tell me how unbelievable it is we can get a clear picture of a rock we smash into.
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cablecable wrote:
Prove me wrong then?
Prove you wrong? You said you saw the pictures Huh .

Now is traditionally the part of your debate where you offer some proof.
Shawn142 wrote:
Indeed, people seem to have replaced the ability to question things with the ability to just doubt everything because they want to. To question something requires...
Indeed, people seem to have replaced the ability to question things with the ability to just doubt everything because they want to. To question something requires some research.

If I knew your address I could tell you what kind of car you drive from a Google Earth picture provided by a satellite 22 thousand miles above you in geosync orbit. But do tell me how unbelievable it is we can get a clear picture of a rock we smash into.
...and they completely remove any application of logic.

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