Now that we know it's no longer a threat to Earth (at least in 2029) I got myself wondering:
Will we see anything of it? I mean it will pass closer to the moon so, even though it has only about 400m diameter, we should see something, no? h34r:
I'm not expecting a big shooting star. I think it would have to enter the atmosphere for such a show (and I prefer it the way it will be ) but will we see anything?
Will a telescope see anything (though it should be hard to point a telescope at a moving target so close)?
Do we have any idea how long it will take to cross the skies? Or even if it will be visible? And from where?
I know it's still to soon for any accurate predictions but a rough estimate would make me a happy camper for now :P