of the 2010 Asteroid Collision

the asteroid collision was discovered on jan 06 2010, just during the beehive lunar eclipse and the mayan hunab ku eclipse .. in the starmap below we can see the position of A2 Linear in the beehive crown with comet schwassman-wachmann 1 in a major outburst .. the images provided are same date 02 feb 2010  .. the asteroid collision reminds me of the collision myth of marduk and tiamat.

Suspected Asteroid Collision Leaves Odd X-Pattern of Trailing Debris 02.02.10 NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has observed a mysterious X-shaped debris pattern and trailing streamers of dust that suggest a head-on collision between two asteroids. Astronomers have long thought the asteroid belt is being ground down through collisions, but such a smashup has never been seen before.

03 Feb 2010 Comet Schwassman-Wachmann 1 OUTBURST + A2 Linear Asteroid Collision

02-03-10 Massive outburst of 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1: A continuous photometric monitoring of Centaur 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1 is being currently performed from Spain. We have analyzed multi-band images taken in V, R, and I filters on Feb. 3.181, 2010 by A. Sanchez (MPC442). This object exhibits a stellar appearance in the images with an apparent diameter of 15 arcsec. The derived magnitude of the comet in a 10 arcsec standard photometry field is +11.7 R, +11.5 I, and +11.9 V. These data suggest that this comet is currently experiencing an unusual outburst, probably the brightest in the last decade according the recent photometric compilation by Trigo-Rodriguez et al. (2009) A&A 485, 599.

A cluster of stars better known by the name the "Beehive Cluster", or the Latin equivalent, Praesepe, which not only means a "hive" but also a "Manger", or "Crib". The name Beehive derives from the appearance of a swarm of stars in a dance of activity. In Orphic teaching, souls were symbolized by bees, not only because of the association with honey but also because they migrate from the hive in swarms, since it was held that souls 'swarm'.

Ancient Egyptians and the Constellations
The Ancient Egyptians' knowledge of geometry and Precession is clearly demonstrated on the Nermer Plate. The centre point is the tip of the White Leo/Gemini Crown. Line One is through the Club. Line Two bisects the Crown. This creates four angles each of 90 degrees. Line Three is the horizontal at the tip of the Crown. Line Four is the vertical through the tip of the Crown. Already the formation of angles of 30 degrees can be observed. The tip of the White Leo/Gemini Crown becomes a dot within a circle; the Ancient Egyptian hieroglyph for Ra and the concept of Precession. It is the pinnacle of the Axis Munde around which the heavens appear to revolve. (See Part 5) A revolution through the heavens of twelve 30-degree segments can take one year or, in the case of Precession of the Ages of the Zodiac, 25920 years. The division of the heavens into twelve 30-degree segments gives the appearance of a starburst. A further division into 15-degree segments creates the 24-hour day.

This image provided by NASA Tuesday Feb. 2, 2010 shows a mystery object that was discovered on Jan. 6, 2010, by the Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research (LINEAR) sky survey. The object appears so unusual in ground-based telescopic images that discretionary time on NASA's Hubble Space Telescope was used to take this close-up look. The observations show a bizarre X-pattern of filamentary structures near the point-like nucleus of the object and trailing streamers of dust. This complex structure suggests the object is not a comet but instead the product of a head-on collision between two asteroids traveling five times faster than a rifle bullet. Astronomers have long thought that the asteroid belt is being ground down through collisions, but such a smashup has never before been seen. (AP Photo/NASA)

27 Feb 2010 Comet Schwassman-Wachmann 1 OUTBURST + A2 Linear Asteroid Collision

SS: here we see SW1 in OUTBURST in the beehive crown with the A2 Linear Asteroid Collision .. this is the same day as the chili earthquake tsunami .. Sw1 usually stays in outburst two weeks but this time we are still peaking after a month . as of march 08th 2010 SW1 remains in peak outburst .. the moon moves along the green line along the ecliptic so it is passing very near Sw1 and the Asteroid Collision as well as Holmes* every month ..

17 April 2010 Comet Schwassman-Wachmann 1 OUTBURST + A2 Linear Asteroid Collision

SS: Asteroid Collision A2 Linear has continued in the Beehive Crown region. it has now crossed the ecliptic in this 17th April starmap and image .. the comet schwassman wachman 1 has also been in secondary outburst during this time ..