Tag Archive: NASA

Sun belches out radiation plume SEVEN times the size of Earth

Nasa’s latest solar observatory has captured footage of the sun belching out a stream of charged particles at 1.5 million miles per hour. The curtain of radiation, which erupted on May 9, was… Continue reading

UFO or Haarp Activity Caught in Earth’s Exosphere? – May 31, 2014

Strange cylindrical shaped object caught on NASA live feed from the ISS. At first glance, ADGUK of YouTube thought it was a smudge on the lens, but after running it through some software… Continue reading

Earth Is Burning: NASA Releases Global Fire Map, Visual Tour Of Planet In Flames

Yahweh’s SCORCH PROPHECY remains in effect through the end time. At the close of Armageddon, Yahweh will cleanse this planet – burst this planet with solar radiated heat and completely obliterate all carcasses… Continue reading

Secret Sats, Giant Rockets: U.S. Unveils Space War Arsenal

When the Space Shuttle flew its 135th and final mission in July and retired without a direct replacement, some critics accused Washington of abandoning America’s 50-year orbital legacy. The Telegraph even called it a “retreat.” Then last… Continue reading

America in firing line again as bus-sized satellite ‘switches direction’, says NASA

A Tweet on Nasa’s official Twitter account said ‘Re-entry prediction now later than expected – tonight or late Saturday morning,’ at just before noon Eastern Time. It was the first sign that Nasa’s… Continue reading

Russia says no to U.S. ISS docking

HAWTHORNE, Calif., Sept. 16 (UPI) — A private U.S. space capsule will fly near the International Space Station but docking at the ISS has not been approved, a Russian space official says. California-based… Continue reading

NASA’s 6.5 ton defunct space satellite now in death plunge

NASA space junk experts have refined the forecast for the anticipated death plunge of a giant satellite, with the U.S. space agency now predicting the 6 1/2-ton climate probe will plummet to Earth… Continue reading

Trio of space station crew members set for landing

(Reuters) – Three crewmembers left the International Space Station for Earth on Thursday while their replacements remain delayed by an investigation into a Russian launch accident. Former station commander Andrey Borisenko, cosmonaut Alexander… Continue reading

The Space Station: Will NASA Abandon Ship?

Critics of NASA aren’t saying “I told you so” yet, but some of them are surely muttering it under their breath. The word from the space agency last week was that the International… Continue reading

Air & Space International Space Station-Bound Supply Ship Explodes, Crashes in Siberia

MOSCOW –  An unmanned Russian supply ship bound for the International Space Station failed to reach its planned orbit Wednesday, and pieces of it fell in Siberia amid a thunderous explosion, officials said.… Continue reading

NASA Sends Warning Video to ALL Employees to PREPARE

A major initiative has been placed on Family/Personal Preparedness for all NASA personnel. The NASA/Family Preparedness Program is designed to provide awareness, resources, and tools to the NASA Family (civil servants and contractors)… Continue reading

Vatican Joins NASA And Govt For The Big Event Soon To Be Announced To The World

The VATICAN is now preparing us for the BIG MESSAGE the GOVERNMENT and NASA are planning to announce soon. This is in anticipation to more ‘ DISCLOSURE and SHOCKING ‘ NEWS soon to… Continue reading

Solar Flare Activity Prompting NASA to Convene a News Briefing Thursday in Washington

Increasing solar activity and the threat that coronal mass ejections (CME) pose to Earth has prompted NASA to convene a news briefing at its Headquarter building in Washington on Thursday afternoon. Thursday’s briefing… Continue reading

Follow Up on Shuttle Launch – Video of UFOs Behind Shuttle

All NASA missions are under the watchful eye of The LOZ. The mission of the LOZ, also known as the Lions of Zion, is two-fold. The first part is the extraction of the… Continue reading

Storms cast cloud over shuttle launch plans

Ferocious thunderstorms drenched Cape Canaveral today as final preparations take place for tomorrow’s planned liftoff of the final shuttle flight. The Kennedy Space Center issued a lightning warning, and lightning struck near the… Continue reading

Hubble spots a planet-eating star

The Hubble Space Telescope has captured evidence of a Sun-like star “eating” a nearby planet. Astronomers knew that stars were capable of swallowing planets in orbit around them, but this is the first… Continue reading

Shuttle Discovery Launch Is A Success

NASA successfully launched the space shuttle Discovery into orbit for its final flight. Everything went as planned for NASA as it launched the Discovery from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla.… Continue reading