Comet Elenin Update and November 2011 Asteroid’s Close Approach

Updated with MP3 audio in Interview.

“ ... there is no evidence for a Planet X. There is no evidence for Nibiru.
Neither one of them exist. So, there is absolutely nothing to be
concerned about with regard to Comet Elenin.”

- Don Yeomans, Ph.D., Manager, Near-Earth Object (NEO) Program,
NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, Pasadena, California

 

On August 6, 2011, NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO) spacecraft used its wide angle HI-2 camera with a green filter to image small Comet Elenin. Its closest approach to Earth is on October 16, 2011, at 22 million miles (35 million km) - too far to have any appreciable effect on our planet. See STEREO website.
On August 6, 2011, NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO) spacecraft used its wide angle HI-2 camera with a green filter  to image small Comet Elenin. Its closest approach to Earth is on October 16, 2011, at 22 million miles (35 million km) - too far to have any appreciable effect on our planet. See STEREO website.

August 26, 2011   Pasadena, California - Comet Elenin is a long-period comet discovered by Russian amateur astronomer Leonid Elenin eight months ago on December 10, 2010. Comet Elenin will make its closest approach to the Sun on September 10, 2011, and then a month later on October 16th, Elenin will be closest to Earth at a distance of about 22 million miles, or not much closer than the planet Venus. Those are the facts.

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