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MASS Sighting! “Unidentified” Objects Enter Earth’s Atmosphere & More! Meteor Shower?

  • Looks like meteorites. “Stars falling from heaven onto the earth” is a sign of the coming of the fallen angels.

    Matthew 24:29 (New King James Version)
    The Coming of the Son of Man
    29 “Immediately after the tribulation of those days the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light; the stars will fall from heaven, and the powers of the heavens will be shaken.

  • Delta Aquarid meteor shower to light up night sky
    by , , 28 July 2016 
    Astronomers aren’t certain where the Delta Aquarid meteors come from, but they think they might originate from a comet discovered in 1986. 

    The nights may be short, but with the weather warm it’s a great time to check out some sky magic. The Delta Aquarid meteor shower peaks Thursday and Friday. Though it’s an average meteor shower compared to others throughout the year, you can still see up to 20 meteors per hour. The best time to look up is between midnight and just before dawn. Gaze toward the southern sky for the best viewing. The moon is only a crescent, so its light won’t disrupt the show.

    This annual meteor shower is best for observers in the Southern Hemisphere, along with those in the more southerly regions of the Northern Hemisphere, according to, where you can also watch the shower.

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  • Perseid meteor shower set to be extra-spectacular this year
    by CBC News, 28 July 2016 
    2016 ‘outburst’ may double the usual number of meteors during Aug. 11-12 peak

    The summer’s best shooting star show is expected be even more spectacular this year, thanks to an unusual “outburst” that only happens about once a decade. Astronomers predict the Perseid meteor shower, which peaks on the night of Aug. 11-12, will produce about double the number of meteors as it normally does.

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July 29, 2016 - Posted by | Science & Technology | ,

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