Huge Explosion Spotted on Mars After CometSiding Spring Passes - video

by bluesbaby5050 on November 8th, 2014

Huge Explosion Spotted on Mars After CometSiding Spring Passes [click on image to enlarge]
NASA Quickly Claimed that All Was Well
with their Equipment After its Passing. Video The Cosmos News.

Alexandra Bruce.
November 7, 2014.

This story makes me sick.

A huge electromagnetic explosion was spotted on Mars after Comet Siding Spring (C/2013 A1) made a very close fly-by in its closest approach to the Sun, before Martian gravity flung it back to the Oort cloud, from when it came. This video was taken a couple of weeks ago by Dr. Fritz Helmut Hemmerich at 1,200 meters (3,937') altitude in Tenerife, Canary Islands. It shows Comet Siding Spring eliciting what certainly appears to be a major EM discharge during its Mars encounter.

This short video of the explosion was made between 9PM and 10PM Universal Time (UT), on October 19, 2014 in 75 shots, documenting 40 crucial seconds.

These recordings were made with a Hyper Star 14" Celestron lens with a 460 mono AtikEX camera adapted for telescopes for astronomical photography, using a SWAN_band filter.

***According to many viewers of NASA's live feed of the close passage of Comet Siding Spring to the planet Mars on October 19, 2014, NASA suddenly cut off the feed.***

NASA had made several Hollywood-budgeted animations preceding the approach of Comet Siding Spring, such as this one:

NASA was quick to claim that all was well with their equipment, after the comet's near passing of its 3 orbiters, which were maneuvered to hide in Mars' shadow, while it passed, in addition to the Mars Rover, that's been roaming the surface of the Red Planet. However, one cannot help but wonder, upon seeing these images, if all of this electrically-sensitive equipment could still be doing OK?

NASA's four missions are accompanied by the European Space Agency's Mars Express orbiter and India's ISRO Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), aka "Mangalyaan," which dropped into Mars orbit just a few weeks before this event occurred (famously, for a lower budget than the recent Hollywood film, 'Gravity').

The gargantuan Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) caused by th4e comet's near passing of Mars (initially predicted to be an impact event), which certainly does appear to be documented by this series of photos, would not only pose a threat to the satellites' instruments' continued functioning - but it would also tend to photographically substantiate the theory of Plasma Cosmology, aka the "Electric Universe."

The latter worldview is strictly verboten (at least, for the bread and circuses crowd), in lieu of that Old Chestnut, the scarcity-driven, thermodynamic Big Bang theory, which is shoved down our throats as "Good Science," while Plasma Cosmology remains largely ignored in science education as well as in popular media, because its implications undermine the hydrocarbon energy cartels, who have a stranglehold on everything we see, think and do.

Like I said, this story makes me sick - because it confirms for me WHY I should be sick of the BS, that passes itself off for science, in so many fields of inquiry and most definitely, in the "Queen of All Sciences," astronomy.

Since the United States' National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is not the only entity with ongoing missions to Mars at this time, they and the ESA and IMRO will all be pow-wowing and getting their stories straight, during a special session, "Comet C/2013 A1 Siding Spring at Mars" at the 2014 AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco on December 18, 2014.

It will be interesting, if the non-US agencies evince some push-back to the Old Line.

If not, one may well suspect that the New World Order is a fait accompli - at least, if you are a space agency that is part of the Bread and Circuses that distracts from the multidimensional "Breakaway Civilization" - of which, more this evening, in an exciting and eye-opening interview with former Canadian Defense Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Paul Hellyer by Dark Journalist, Daniel Liszt.
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