22nd April 2011 Notes: Elenin in the Year 4713BC

We thought it might be interesting to show where Comet Elenin  was 6724 years ago…. give or take a few months. In the picture below, we have shown the position of the comet as it reaches it’s furthest distance from the Sun and begins to very slowly make it’s way back towards the Sun. For comparison we have included the orbit of Pluto so you can see how far out Elenin was out at it’s furthest range of orbit.

Though the current orbit of this comet is pretty much known, there are too many variables between now and October for it’s position to be well known to the nth degree. From June it’s orbit can be slightly changed by the gravitational forces of other planets in the solar system…. and then of course the effect of the Sun as Elenin swings around the Sun to head pass Earth before heading back out towards Deep Space.

So at this stage you can easily say that the comet’s position when it passes Earth in October has been guessed but is not yet an official location. There are just too many variables that will effect the comet over the next few months and you could easily see the comet’s orbit change by hundreds of millions of kilometers.

So there will be slight tweaks to the comet’s orbital parameters and we will look at them as and when they are released.

Based on the diagram below we suspect it takes Elenin about 11,000 years to do a single orbit of the Sun. Pluto on the other hand takes 248 years to orbit the Sun.

Location of Comet Elenin in 4713 BC (Click to Enlarge)

~ by sydneystargazers on April 22, 2011.

6 Responses to “22nd April 2011 Notes: Elenin in the Year 4713BC”

  1. Here is NASA’s projected orbit..


    Please watch the following videos

    Have you seen these videos concerning Elenin/dwarf star?

    Again here is NASA’s quote on the approaching Asteroid

    Apollo, “will be the closest approach to date by an object this large that we know about in advance and an event of this type will not happen again until 2028”

    Interestingly, the approach date is Nov 8th very close to the date of Nov 5, the date when the earth crosses the path of Elenin’s debris tale


    Please check all the information I have enclosed in this email

    and let me know what you think


  2. Hmmm…

    Well, for one, Elenin would not be any kind of a star. If it were, it would have to be the size of Jupiter or bigger, which we would easily be able to see without the aid of telescopes right now.

    As for all of the other stuff….since comets are, for the most part, unknowns – especially the long period comets, there is always a sense that we are unsure of exactly what they are going to do. And what is always the biggest fear? That of the unknown. Throw in close passing asteroid into the mix and it seems even more unpredictable, but let’s face it…space is a big place.

    So, how would one actually prepare for this if something like this did come about near future? I’m not sure there really is…just to pray that nothing happens….since God is the only one who would have control of the situation.

    • Dude, please dont bring god into this. but yeah im wondering if your last name is brewer because that would be ironic

      • I shouldn’t bring God into this? That’s a pity…I thought God and science go together? No?

        Brewha, I don’t quite understand the irony if my last name were Brewer?

  3. my understanding is that the real problem is not so much the comet, but the brown dwarf star following, that is said to be as big as Jupiter, has this actually been confirmed? and if so, that would explain the problem when we are in alignment due to the magnetic field, and if this is right, then God help all of us

  4. Following, as in, immediately behind Elenin? Not possible…anyone could easily see something as big as Jupiter approaching the orbital path of Mars. No one has seen this. Things the size of Jupiter simply don’t sneak up on you without being seen because it would be WAY too big for anyone to miss, since everyone on Earth would be able to see it.

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