December 8, 2016

Mysterious Blue Spiral Appears In The Sky Over Mexico

Kat Martin spotted this weird blue spiral in the sky over Mexico on December 7, 2016.

My first reaction was “lens flare” but this blue spiral is too perfect and it reminds me the Norway spiral years ago. Moreover, I have never heard of a blue spiral lens flare.


But what makes it even stranger is the round red object at some distance behind the blue spiral.

Could it be a blue electromagnetic pulse originating from an unknown source or maybe it is a holographic display realized by a technology which is unknown to us?

But what about the red object behind the spiral? There is a logical explanation for this phenomenon?

 
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Satellite COR2 Camera Caught Large Solar UFO

Stereo Ahead COR2 which is at the other side of the Sun from Earth captured a large object by it's camera on December 6, 2016.

Streetcap1: “Still don’t believe in aliens, check this out”!


Streetcap1 who spotted the object in one of the latest COR2 images is convinced the origin of object must be extraterrestrial.

 

December 7, 2016

NASA/ESA Binary Asteroid Didymos Impact Mission

Our Earth is constantly bombarded by small asteroids that try to penetrate its protective atmosphere. The vast majority don't get through, but larger asteroids could pose a threat.

Understanding better what asteroids are made of is crucial in improving deflection technologies to set them off a collision course. This is one of the main objectives of AIM, ESA's preliminary Asteroid Impact Mission.


Launched in October 2020, AIM would travel to a binary asteroid system – the paired Didymos asteroids, which will come a comparatively close 11 million km to Earth in 2022. The 800 m-diameter main body is orbited by a 150 m moon, informally called ‘Didymoon’.

This smaller body is AIM’s focus: the spacecraft would perform high-resolution visual, thermal and radar mapping of the moon to build detailed maps of its surface and interior structure.

The main AIM spacecraft is planned to carry at least three smaller spacecraft – the Mascot-2 asteroid lander, being provided by DLR (Mascot-1 is already flying on JAXA’s Hayabusa-2), as well as two or more CubeSats.

Around four months after AIM's arrival, the NASA-led part of AIDA will arrive: the Double Asteroid Redirection Test, or DART, probe will approach the binary system – then crash straight into the asteroid moon at about 6 km/s.

AIM is intended to be watching closely as DART hits Didymoon. In the aftermath, it will perform detailed before-and-after comparisons on the structure of the body itself, as well as its orbit, to characterise DART’s kinetic impact and its consequences.

 

Large Meteorites ‘3200 Phaethon’ exploding over Russia and Norway

A large meteorite exploded in the sky over the region of Khakassia in Southwest Siberia on Tuesday, November 6, 2016.

Many people witnessed the moment the fireball turned the evening sky into day.


The fireball did not reach the earth and burned up in the dense layers of the atmosphere above Sayanogorsk.

The bright flash of light was seen for three or four seconds in different regions of the country, however the sound of the explosion was about 30 seconds later.

It seems another large meteorite exploded at about the same time over Norway, according to BPEarthwatch who explained that these meteorites are possible debris from the asteroid 3200 Phaethon, which is an Apollo asteroid with an unusual orbit.

Below are two videos of the fireball over Russia. In the third video BPEarthwatch informs us about the fireball over Norway and the asteroid 3200 Phaethon.