On Tuesday, December 3, 2013 3:12 AM, Dee Rohe wrote:
Happened to be looking out the back French doors and saw a really bright, big 'falling star' in the southern sky just a couple minutes ago. Fell from the southwestern sky toward the east horizon .. just a few seconds then it disappeared. No noise. I don't remember ever seeing one that big and close. We're located in South Miami/Dade county, Florida. I suppose it was a meteor. Annual Geminid Shower..
Comet ISON debris? Both?
Would the Geminid meteors be left over from thousands of years ago when Comet ISON was in our vicinity and also produced fragmentss? Would the orbits remain the same or would different circumstances, planets, stars, electromagnet shifts, polar shifts affect and change their orbits?
News Press Excerpt:"In addition to being one of the best meteor showers, the Geminids are a bit of an anomaly. Most meteor showers occur when the Earth passes through the debris trail of a comet, and the bits of debris burn up as in the atmosphere."
Lisbon Observatory ISON Report: ISON To 'Rain Down' | Space
This newly released video from Logan Runnin’new channel shares of a report from Lisbon Observatory in which they amazingly predicted much of what Comet ISON has done in the past two days while NASA floundered. This video provides a very interesting outlook for what comes next after merely a 2 degree change of ISON’s trajectory if Lisbon’s model is correct. The 2nd video below showed ISON’s original orbit through the solar system prior to its rendevouz with the sun.
The observatory of Lisbon has leaked important information about comet ison.
They claim that fragments of Comet ison will hit earth in december, this based in emulations performed using supercomputer ‘Tiger 2′ and a propietary model.
They claim that the when the comet enter the atmosphere of the sun the ice will change state abruptely, turning into a propellant, changing the trajectory of the comet.
They claim that the fragments of the comet will spread in the shape of a cone with a base diameter of 300.000 kms , that is the distance of from the earth to the moon.
they claim that the comet after crossing the sun will be higly fragmented, fragments ranging from a football to the size of a ship.
A prior report:
ISON comet has lost individual fragments
Lisbon Before it's News:
Observatory ISON Report: ISON To 'Rain Down' | Space:
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