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    Default asteroid breakup



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    nFA, could the dust cloud from this type of thing affect seeing if the dust cloud formed between earth and Jupiter or an other object we are looking at? I hope that question makes sense.
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    Default Re: asteroid breakup

    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleheaf View Post
    nFA, could the dust cloud from this type of thing affect seeing if the dust cloud formed between earth and Jupiter or an other object we are looking at? I hope that question makes sense.
    It makes perfectly good sense. It might obscure anything behind by a little, but always remember it's small compared to the havoc caused by the atmosphere we breathe....
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