Fake asteroid. NASA experts object to the ID mystery like an old rocket

Fake asteroid. NASA experts object to the ID mystery like an old rocket

Cape Canaveral: Jug could be ready for an “asteroid” that could be expected to be caught by Earth’s gravity and become a mini-moon next month.
According to NASA’s leading asteroid expert, instead of a cosmic rock, the newly discovered rocket from a mission to land on the moon appears to be an old rocket from 54 years ago that is finally returning home. Observations should help nail its identity.
“I’m very funny about that,” Paul Choudas told the Associated Press. “One of my hobbies has been to find one of these and create a link like that, and I’ve been doing that for decades.”
Choudas speculates that the asteroid 2020 SO, as it is formally known, is actually the Centaur Upper Rocket phase that successfully launched NASA’s Surveyor 2 Lander to the moon in 1966. The lander ended up falling to the moon when one of its starters failed to ignite on the way there. Meanwhile, the rocket crossed the moon and entered orbit around the sun, which was intended to be never seen again.
Last month, a telescope in Hawaii discovered the Mystery Mystery Object while searching for our planet to be saved from rocks on the Day of Judgment. This goal was immediately added to the number of asteroids and comets found in our solar system at the center of the International Astronomical Union’s Orbital Planet, which is only 5,000 embarrassed by the 100,000 mark.
Based on its brightness, the object is approximately approximately 26 feet (8 m). It is in the ballpark of the ancient Centaur, which will be less than 32 feet (10 meters) long, including its engine nozzle and 10 feet (3 meters) in diameter.
Fourteen’s attention was drawn to the fact that its circular orbit around the sun is equal to that of the earth, which is unusual for an asteroid.
“Flag number one,” said Choudas, director of the Center for Nurse-Earth Object Studies at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California.
The object is also in the same plane as the ground, not bent above or below any other red flag. Asteroids usually zip from strange angles. Finally, it is approaching Earth at a level of 1,500 miles per hour (2,400 kph), according to asteroid standards.
As this object approaches, astronomers need to better chart its orbit and determine how much sunlight’s radiation and thermal effects push it around. If this old centaur could be – necessarily a light blank – then it would move from a heavier rock to a different place that is less sensitive to external forces.
Astronomers usually distinguish between asteroids and space debris as parts of an abandoned rocket because they both appear as moving points in the sky. Chhodas said there may be dozens of fake asteroids, but their movements are either incorrect or they have jumped to verify their artificial identities.
Sometimes it’s the other way around.
In 1991, for example, Chhodas and others decided to declare a secret object a regular asteroid instead of a debris, even though its sun rotation was similar to Earth’s orbit.
Even more astonishing, in 2002, Kodas discovered what he thought was the third phase of the 1969 Apollo 12, the remaining lunar landing by NASA astronauts on the second moon. He acknowledges that the evidence was circumstantial, given the purpose, in a one-year orbit around the Earth. It was never designated as an asteroid, and was released into orbit in 2003.
The latest way to strengthen his ideology is more direct and more stable.
“I could be wrong about that. I don’t want to be overconfident,” Choudas said. “But this is the first time, I think, that all the pieces fit together with a truly well-known launch.
And he’s glad to see that this is a mission he pursued as a teenager in Canada in 1966.
Carrie Nogent, an asteroid hunter at the Owen College of Engineering in Nadham, Massachusetts, said the Choudas result was “good” based on solid evidence. He is the author of the 2017 book “Asteroid Hunter”.
“Some more data will be useful so we can know for sure,” he said in an email. “Asteroid hunters from all over the world will continue to look at this thing to get this data. I’m excited to see how it develops!”
Jonathan McDowell of the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics notes that “there are a lot of, embarrassing things happening in deep orbit … for a few days before it was temporarily assigned to an asteroid, it felt like They are artificial. ”
It is rarely clear.
Last year, Nick Hoss, a British amateur astronomer, announced that an asteroid in solar orbit was an abandoned lunar module from NASA’s Apollo 10, an Apollo 11 lunar landing exercise. Although the object is possibly artificial, Chodas and other contacts are suspected.
“Suspicion is good,” Hughes wrote in an email. In the late 2030s, “when it is hoped that this forest is in our neck, it will have more observations.”
He said that the latest target of interest of Choudas was in 1984 and 2002 by the earth in its lap around the sun. But he said it was rare to see from 5 million miles (8 million kilometers) away.
He predicts that the object will take about four months to occupy the Earth in mid-November before re-shooting in its orbit around the Sun next March.
Fourteen suspects the object will slip to the ground – “At least not this time.”

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