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Saturday, May 24, 2014

Terror Raining Down from Comet Linear



COMET LINEAR MAY RAIN DOWN TERROR AND APPREHENSION FOR WHAT IS COMING UPON THE WORLD



On the night of May 24, 2014 – if predictions hold true – Earth might be sandblasted with debris from Comet 209P/LINEAR, resulting in a fine new meteor shower!
In 2012, meteor experts Esko Lyytinen of Finland and Peter Jenniskens at NASA Ames Research Center were the first to announce that Earth was due for a May 2014 encounter with debris from Comet 209P/LINEAR. Other meteor experts quickly confirmed this prediction and some did use the words “meteor storm.” The most recent calculations, however, indicate we might get a strong shower, but perhaps not a storm of meteors.
Will Comet 209P/LINEAR produce a meteor storm, or at least a strong meteor shower? As with all meteor showers, the only way to know is to go outside on the night of the predicted peak and see for yourself.
When to watch, and where?.
The peak night of the shower is predicted for May 24, 2014. Skywatchers in southern Canada and the continental U.S. are especially well positioned to see the meteors on the night of May 24, 2014. SETI has a global meteor shower FLUXTIMATOR, which estimates the shower’s hourly meteor count on the night of May 23-24, 2014 from your location (simply select your location from the drop-down menu options to find the best time to watch the starry sky for shooting stars).
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As linked below, experts are now saying that Comet Linear may be a "METEOR STORM" (1000 or more per hour) with "BRIGHT" and" VERY SLOW MOVING METEORS" & "OUTSTANDINGLY BRIGHT FIREBALLS", due to the " LARGE PARTICLES IN THE COMET'S TRAIL. All these phenomena will be extra visible due to the low moonlight.
An exciting new meteor shower – the Camelopardalids – might peak this Friday night and Saturday morning (night of May 23-24, 2014), according to clocks in North America. And, although no one can be absolutely sure, mid-latitudes in North America are predicted to have the best view of this shower. It’s coming up soon! This possible shower stems from Comet 209P/LINEAR, discovered in 2004. If the predictions hold true, Earth might be sandblasted with debris from this comet, resulting in a fine display of meteors, or shooting stars on the evening of May 23, and the morning of May 24. Follow the links below to learn more about the possible 2014 meteor shower of Comet 209P/LINEAR.
What we know about Comet 209P/LINEAR. The photo and video above show small and dim Comet 209P/LINEAR. We won’t see this comet with the eye alone. What’s exciting here is that calculations of the orbit of 209P/LINEAR indicate that – on the night of May 23-24, 2014 – Earth will sweep through debris trails from this comet. Debris left behind by the comet may enter our atmosphere and burn up, creating a new and perhaps very strong meteor shower!
209P/LINEAR is a periodic comet, that is, its orbit around the sun is relatively short so that we see the comet come close to the sun again and again. Comet 209P/LINEAR’s orbit brings it near the sun in just over 5 years. Its last perihelion passage was May 6, 2014. Interestingly, the debris we’ll encounter is not fresh debris left by the comet during its 2014 perihelion passage. Instead, we’ll be passing through a stream of cometary debris left behind by Comet 209P/LINEAR in the 1800s.
This comet was discovered on February 3, 2004 by the automated observing campaign – the Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research project (LINEAR) – whose name it bears.
This hemisphere of Earth will be facing into the stream of debris left behind by Comet LINEAR on the night of May 24, 2014. Skywatchers in southern Canada and the continental U.S. will be especially well positioned to see the meteors.  Image via meteor scientist Mikhail Maslov of Russia.  Visit Maslov's website on the new meteor shower here.
Notice the dark hemisphere of Earth in this illustration. According to astronomers’ computer models, it’ll be facing into the stream of debris left behind by Comet LINEAR on the night of May 23-24, 2014. Skywatchers in southern Canada and the continental U.S. will be especially well positioned to see the meteors, according to these predictions. Image via meteor scientist Mikhail Maslov of Russia. Visit Maslov’s website on the new meteor shower here.



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