What does this orbit imply? [and from another] http://sputniknews.com/art_living/20151020/1028782314/Hazardous-Ast... “The asteroid is on an extremely eccentric and a high inclination orbit,” NASA said in a statement, explaining why the asteroid had previously gone unobserved. [and from another] http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/10/20/asteroid-earth-halloween_n... While the asteroid, dubbed 2015 TB145, does not present a threat, it will come within 310,000 miles of Earth -- nearly as close as our own moon -- and zoom past at an "unusually high" speed of more than 78,000 miles per hour. [and from another] https://gma.yahoo.com/halloween-asteroid-close-pass-earth-202613289... An asteroid that was only just discovered on Oct. 10 is set to whiz past Earth on Halloween, marking the closest encounter our planet has had with one of the massive speeding rocks since 2006, according to NASA. [and from another] http://echo.jpl.nasa.gov/asteroids/2009FD/2009FD_planning.html The asteroid is in an extremely eccentric (~0.86) and high inclination (~40 deg) orbit. It has a Tisserand parameter of 2.937 hinting that it may be cometary in nature. The encounter velocity is 35 km/s, which is unusually high. [and from another]http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue330.htm In November, 2011 asteroid YU55 came within 220,000 miles of Earth, within the orbit of the Moon. Then in June, 2012 asteroid LZ1 came within 14 lunar distances of Earth. On January 8, 2013 asteroid Apophis came within 9,000,000 miles of the Earth, close enough for inspection.
Asteroids making a close pass have increasingly been in the news, for several reasons. The establishment knows that the public has, at least subconsciously, become aware of an increase in bolides, fireballs, screaming across the skies. At first this was claimed to be falling space junk but this migrated to no comment whatsoever in the news, an attempt to ignore these incidents. With open knowledge about the pending passage of Nibiru, and open discussion about the debris and even moons in the swirling tail, the new approach will instead be as honest as possible. TB145 is a case in point.
The second reason the issue is in the news is to stave off questions from the public on what can be done about a possible strike, perhaps even an extinction level event (ELE). There is, of course, nothing the establishment can do about this bombardment, which will only increase. In the past, there was posturing that a defense such as Spaceguard could be erected, rebuffing asteroids and sending them in another direction. These types of reassurances are no longer being issued, as no such defense by man and his technology is possible. Other than giving the stage to Nancy to showcase ZetaTalk accuracy, and the Zeta reassurance that an ELE will not be allowed, there is no answer to give the public.