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EventEdit

The impact of Ophelia, Uranus's moon.

SummaryEdit

Ophelia, a 42 kilometer wide moon of Uranus, smashes into Earth in the Indian Ocean.

DateEdit

December 18, 2012

TimeEdit

1200 UTC

TimelineEdit

5 years before impact:

Ophelia breaks off from Uranus's orbit.

4 years and 3 months before impact:

Ophelia reaches Saturn's orbit.

3 years before impact:

Ophelia reaches Jupiter's orbit.

2 years before impact:

Ophelia enters the asteroid belt.

6 months before impact:

Ophelia exits the asteroid belt.

4 months before impact:

Ophelia reaches Mars's orbit.

3 months and 15 days before impact:

Ophelia enters Earth's gravatational pull.

3 months before impact:

Ophelia passes the Moon.

2 months before impact:

Ophelia enters the upper boundary of the exosphere.

7 weeks before impact:

Ophelia reaches the lower boundary of the exosphere.

6 weeks before impact:

Ophelia enters the thermosphere.

5 weeks before impact:

Ophelia destroys the International Space Station.

1 month before impact:

Ophelia enters the mesosphere.

4 weeks before impact:

Ophelia is now 100 km above the Earth.

25 days before impact:

Ophelia is now 90 km above the Earth.

3 weeks before impact:

Ophelia enters the stratosphere.

20 days before impact:

Ophelia downs planes in the statosphere.

15 days before impact:

Ophelia is now 25 km in the atmosphere.

2 weeks before impact:

Ophelia enters the lower boundary of the stratosphere.

10 days before impact:

Ophelia enters the troposphere.

8 days before impact:

Five foot waves are recorded in the Indian Ocean.

1 week before impact:

Ophelia is now just 4 km in the air.

5 days before impact:

The wave heights reach 10 feet.

4 days before impact:

Ophelia is 3 km high.

3 days before impact:

30 foot waves are being recorded.

1 day before impact:

Ophelia is now 2 km in the atmosphere.

12 hours before impact:

80 foot waves form.

4 hours before impact:

A megatsunami, 500 feet high, formd in the Indian Ocean.

1 hour before impact:

Ophelia is now 1 km high.

45 minutes before impact:

Evacuatons begin on Madagascar, Australia, India, the Maldives, and Indonesia.

30 minutes before impact:

Ophelia enters the ocean.

IMPACT MOMENT:

Ophelia slams into the Earth at 447 miles per hour.

1 second after impact"

A megatsunami, a half mile high, races at 800 mph in all directions.

2 seconds after impact:

An earthquake with a Richter scale magnitude of 15.5 has its epicenter near Perh, Australia.

3 seconds after impact:

Vibrations from the impact reach as far way as France and Hawaii.

4 seconds after impact:

The megatsunami is 600 miles east of Madagascar.

5 seconds after impact:

Water recedes into the ocean on the coastline.

10 seconds after impact:

The megatsunami is located 900 miles west of Perth and 400 miles east of Madagascar.

25 seconds after impact:

Sirens blare all over Madagascar, the Maldives, and Australia as the megatsunami makes its arrival.

30 seconds after impact:

Boats in the Indian Ocean capsize.

1 minute after impact:

The tsunami reaches Madagascar, destroying and submerging 98% of the island.

64 seconds after impact:

The tsunami continues into Africa, flooding everything 500 miles inland,

75 seconds after impact:

The tsunami devestates Western Australia.

80 seconds after impact:

Indonesia gets the full blast of the now 300 foot tsunami, submerging 84% of the islands.

90 seconds after impact:

The Maldives are submerged.

2 minutes after impact:

Sri Lanka is gone.

3 minutes after impact:

The tsunami finally dissipates, but not after submerging all coastlines.

1 day after impact:

Pluto hits Earth. (TBC)

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