[LMB] Kamo'oalewa (OT)

Richard G. Molpus rgmolpus at flash.net
Wed Dec 22 06:55:37 GMT 2021


Hmmm...

If we can find the orbital data, we can know when it's above the horizon.

So...We can have a Two Moon Night - be a perfect time to have a grand get together!

I'll bring some roast beast (not Vat meat, sorry Cordelia!)


Who wants to bring the Maple Mead?



On Wednesday, December 22, 2021, 12:37:19 AM CST, Raymond Collins <rcrcoll6 at gmail.com> wrote: 





(OT) everyone thinks Earth has only on moon. That turns out not be all that
true. Kamo'oalewa is a small chunk on rock about 164feet across (50meters
and has a corkscrew orbit about 40 to 100 times the orbit of the moon.
Sadly, we'll probably loose our second moon about 300 years from now. But
maybe not, provided we find a use for it.
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