Prepare for more ‘meteorite’ strikes, says NASA.

NASA: New Chelyabinsk-like meteor strike 7-times as likely as thought

New research out of NASA suggests the odds of the Earth being rocked by another meteorite on par with the one that unexpectedly shook Chelyabinsk, Russia earlier this year are higher than previously estimated.
On Wednesday this week, officials with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration announced their latest findings regarding February’s meteorite, and it isn’t good news for anyone alarmed that another soaring chunk of rock could come ripping through Earth’s atmosphere.

Scientists say that the Chelyabinsk meteorite was the largest foreign body to hit Earth in almost a century, and similar ones could soon be on the way. Bill Cooke, who leads NASA’s meteoroid environment office at the agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center, said during a press conference this week that there is a pretty good chance of seeing something similar in the near future.

If you look at the number of impacts detected by US government sensors over the past few decades you find the impact rate of kiloton-class objects is greater than would be indicated by the telescopic surveys,” Cooke said at the presser, according to the UK’s Register newspaper.
Elsewhere during the event, Cooke acknowledged that the impact rate of these types of meteorites is several-times over what scientists had suspected.

Over the past few decades we’ve seen an impact rate about seven times greater than the current state of the telescopic surveys would indicate,” he said.

TAP – You’d think their earthquake and weather weapons were sufficient.  But of course space weaponry too will be used to continue the prosecution of environmental war against humanity.  The Chelyabinsk pictures looked just like missiles to my eye.

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4 Responses to “Prepare for more ‘meteorite’ strikes, says NASA.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Very difficult to believe a word N[A]SA says when you consider how much stuff they have covered up/photoshopped about the moon, Mars, and other things over so many decades.

    NASA = Never A Straight Answer

  2. Anonymous says:

    The 13 November, next Wednesday, seems to have been pencelled in for some reason.
    Do the public pay for the NASA business, if so, how come we get so many rubbish photographs.
    Where are the expensive cameras made, they seem to be poor quality, or too complex, which ??

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