View Full Version : X shaped object flies thru space
Peace of Mind
30th April 2010, 19:36
Well, I don't know what it is :noidea: ...but I heard someone say it was planet X.
hmmm, a planet shaped like the letter X? :confused:
More on the X thingy in the link below
Soooo, what do you think it is?
1st May 2010, 07:33
Next there will be a big o
anyone for noughts and crosses?
1st May 2010, 08:17
X marks the spot?
There are some mysteries surrounding this object.
"Two small and previously unknown asteroids recently collided, creating a shower of debris that is being swept back into a tail from the collision site by the pressure of sunlight," from the link previously posted.
This is BS.
The tail seems to be made of large particles trailing the comet along its orbit. There may be some evidence of a much shorter and fainter tail stretching which is consistent with the direction expected for a normal anti-solar tail of small dust particles being blown back by the solar wind.
Why are "experts" telling us lies? Missing Due Diligence or intent?
One characteristic shown in the image above is odd. There is a lack of an obvious bright center in the coma, what is termed its central condensation. Comets are due to dust and gas outgassing from an ice-rich rocky nucleus (like an asteroid but with a large fraction of volatile ices). As a result, the coma should have a relatively sharp bright center in the vicinity of the nucleus. Instead the cometís coma appears sheared tailward with no definite sign of an active nucleus.
The orbit more closely resembles the orbit of a Flora family asteroid of the inner Main Belt. Although only a few asteroids in the Main Belt have been observed to occasionally show cometary activity (the so called Main Belt Comets), these objects have all been located in the outer Main Belt and are volatile-rich carbonaceous asteroids. The inner Main Belt, and the Flora family especially, is dominated by stoney asteroids with few, if any, carbonaceous objects.
So at what are we looking?
A very rare and also untypical case of active asteroid?
A - first time observed - asteroid impact on another asteroid?
None of the usual explanations seem to add up.
1st May 2010, 09:11
looks more like a framework that the shell has started to crumble off , well if phobos can be artificial
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