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Considering the recent Meteorite that struck Russia…could this be somehow related to the undiscovered Comet?

February 19, 2013 Comments off

Considering the recent Meteorite that struck Russia…could this be somehow related to the undiscovered Comet?

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February eta Draconid meteor of Feb. 2011
This February eta Draconid was filmed by Peter Jenniskens with one of the low-light-level video cameras of the Cameras for Allsky Meteor Surveillance (CAMS) station in Mountain View, California, at 07:59:24 UT on February 4, 2011.
CREDIT: All Sky Cameras/Peter Jenniskens

A surprise meteor shower spotted in February was likely caused by cosmic “bread crumbs” dropped by an undiscovered comet that could potentially pose a threat to Earth, astronomers announced today (July 27).

The tiny meteoroids that streaked through Earth’s atmosphere for a few hours on Feb. 4 represent a previously unknown meteor shower, researchers said. The “shooting stars” arrived from the direction of the star Eta Draconis, so the shower is called the February Eta Draconids, or FEDs for short.

The bits of debris appear to have been shed by a long-period comet. Long-period comets whiz by the sun very infrequently, so it’s tough to

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Planetary Alignment / Earthquake Watch 2013 Full Year

January 19, 2013 Comments off

 

Published on Jan 16, 2013

(00:05) Planetary Alignment / Earthquake Watch Jan 18-19, 2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfIRFFkjLbk
(03:49) Planetary Alignment / Earthquake Watch Jan 28-29, 2013
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEinkckbZNY Read more…

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“NASA Satellite Detects Alien Atoms” –Different from Chemical Composition of Our Solar System

February 1, 2012 Comments off

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AbdNASA’s Interstellar Boundary Explorer, the centerpiece of a $169 million mission mapping the frontier of the sun’s influence, has detected atoms from interstellar space streaming by Earth, that are different from the chemical make-up of the solar system, scientists announced Tuesday.

The IBEX satellite observed hydrogen, oxygen, neon and helium atoms that originated in interstellar space, the vacuous medium between stars in the Milky Way galaxy and found 74 oxygen atoms for every 20 neon atoms in the interstellar material, compared with 111 oxygen atoms for every 20 neon atoms inside the solar system. Most of the interstellar medium is made up of hydrogen and helium. Heavier elements, such as oxygen and neon, are spread by exploding supernovae at the end of a star’s life cycle, according to NASA.

“We’ve directly measured four separate types of atoms from interstellar space and the composition just doesn’t match up with what we see in the solar system,” said Eric Christian, IBEX mission scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. “IBEX’s observations shed a whole new light on the mysterious Read more…

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1/6/2012 — Planet Venus has been HIT by a massive object?! On December 27, 2011

January 6, 2012 5 comments

If you can recall as many mainstream news articles have reported about it, Venus has been unusually bright during that time span…

view this on the SECCHI-B HI-1: what looks like a large impact on the planet Venus. Just as comet Lovejoy passes nearby. The SECCHI website was “out of service” for the past several days — now I think I may understand why.

A possibly large planetary collision occurred.

search the dates starting on 12/24/2011 – through today 1/6/2012 (several recent days not yet available).

here is the link to the blog post on this with screenshots and the direct link to SECCHI:

http://sincedutch.wordpress.com/2012/01/06/162012-planet-venus-has-been-hit-b… Read more…

CNN: A Massive Brown Dwarf Star Hurling Through Our System

October 3, 2011 1 comment

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CNN has now openly admitted a massive brown dwarf star 4 times the size of Jupiter is in our solar system.

CNN says;

“There is a huge hidden heavenly body right here in our solar system.”

This information does co-inside with our sources except for the distance — according to Read more…

Harvard Scientists Discover an “Invisible” Planet

September 13, 2011 Comments off

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Invisible alien planet discovered Harvard scientists have discovered what they have dubbed an “invisible  planet.”

While the planet is not actually invisible, scientists inferred its existence from “the influence it’s exerting on another planet,” bypassing more traditional methods of detecting planets that rely on visible evidence, lead researcher Sarah A. Ballard said.

Ballard, who is a graduate student in astronomy, found the planet—dubbed Kepler-19c and located 650 light-years from Earth in the constellation Lyra—during a routine examination of data collected from Read more…

JPL: Brown Dwarfs Closer Than First Thought

September 1, 2011 Comments off

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Artist’s rendering of size comparisons.

While called dwarf, a dwarf’s size dwarfs Earth. Credit Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech

Astronomers have hunted the skies for Y dwarfs, the coldest members of the brown dwarf family, without success until data from NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer revealed the faint glow of six such orbs within a distance of 40 light years from our sun. Unlike stars that burn steadily for billions of years, Y dwarfs fade and cool due to their low mass and inability to fuse atoms at their cores. These dwarfs hold a temperature about the same as a human body.

Astronomers study brown dwarfs in order to Read more…