Skip to comments.Giordano Bruno, the June 1975 Meteoroid Storm, Encke, and Other Taurid Complex Objects
Posted on 12/27/2004 2:37:46 PM PST by SunkenCiv
Corvid meteors observed only in late June of 1937 may be secondaries from the Giordano Bruno impact in June of 1178. Objects that products meteorite falls, fireballs, airwaves, and flashes on the Moon do not show a preference for late June and, therefore, are not part of the Taurid Complex.
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Science Frontiers #94, JUL-AUG 1994, William R. Corliss
The Origin Of The Lunar Crater Giordano Bruno
J. Kelly Beatty
Bruno on the Moon
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Posted on 12/23/2004 8:24:16 PM PST by hole_n_one
A Celestial Collision
Alaska Science Forum ^ | February 10, 1983 | Larry Gedney
Posted on 09/15/2004 9:04:28 AM PDT by SunkenCiv
The 2004 MN4 data hasn't changed much in a couple of months, although it still has a Torino 1, while 2000 SG344 has Torino 0. :')
1 in 556 chance cumulative chance of impact; 68 encounters from 2068 to 2101.
1 in 6,670 chance; 10 encounters.
"nearly 2006" bump
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