Apr 26, 2014
Thursday, April 24, 2014 View from Old Town, San Diego, CA – Two military “fighter” jets flew east over Ocean Beach, Mission Hills and Hillcrest neighborhoods while releasing unknown sprays. The planes flew in close proximity to each other and turned the sprays off and on independently proving these are not contrails. Today was a heavy spray day with continuous high altitude tanker jets and these low altitude releases as caught on video here.
Remember the old Atari Asteroids game and how the space rocks would split into smaller and smaller pieces as your little arrowhead-shaped ship shot tiny balls of light at them? Well, astronomers at UCLA have just seen, for the first time ever they say, that asteroids really do break up that way.
The discovery was made possible by data derived from a team of telescopes. It began when a fuzzy, strange-looking shape was spotted in the skies by the Catalina telescope array, located both outside of Tucson, Ariz., and in Australia, and a Pan-Starrs telescope atop Mount Haleakala on Hawaii’s island of Maui. Astronomers then used the Keck telescopes on the Hawaii Mauna Kea volcano, where they believed they saw three bodies moving together in a cloud of dust that measured roughly the same diameter as that of of Earth.
“The Keck telescope showed us that this asteroid was…
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Jupiter Sized Object Discovered Next to the Sun
“A Spherical Object the Size of Jupiter Discovered Next to the Sun and imaged by Helioviewer June 17–18 Helioviewer
A spherical object the size of Jupiter was detected and imaged by theHelioviewer.org viewer on June 17 through 18. The image comes into view and is clearly spherical and looks the size of Jupiter which is approximately 86,881 miles in diameter.
For many years there’s been speculation about the existence of a dark star that is the sister sun to our own sun – making our solar system a binary–star system. According to Wikipedia; It is estimated that approximately 1/3 of the star systems in the Milky Way are binary or multiple, with the remaining 2/3 consisting of single stars.”