Latest 99942 Apophis Stories
Billy Meier published information from extraterrestrial humans in 1991 – 13 years prior to “official” discovery Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 11, 2013
An asteroid that was only discovered Saturday (Mar. 2) has made a run by Earth in the early hours of March 5, some 250,000 miles away. While the asteroid is being associated with last month’s Russian meteor in respect to its mass, the two bodies are not linked in any other way.
On February 15, astronomers will have an exciting opportunity with a record-setting close approach of an asteroid. The research team, using the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and NASA telescopes, will gain a key clue that will help predict the future of this nearby cosmic neighbor.
There is a less than one-in-a-million chance that a massive asteroid, approximately as wide as three American football fields, will collide with Earth in 2036.
ESA’s Herschel space observatory made new observations of asteroid Apophis as it approached Earth this weekend. The data shows the asteroid to be bigger than first estimated, and less reflective.
Asteroid 99942, named Apophis after an ancient Egyptian mythological demon, will be whizzing by Earth this week. Apophis is a near-Earth asteroid with an estimated diameter of approximately three football fields – over 880 feet.
Bruce Willis didn't need a fancy atomic bomb to steer away the asteroid that was aiming for Earth in the movie Armageddon. He could've just been wielding a paintball gun.
Information given to UFO contactee, Billy Meier, in 1981 by Plejaren extraterrestrials to be published in several languages, aimed at younger generations who will be most affected if scientists
Austrian physicist finds dire warning to humanity in “universal language” from extraterrestrials in Billy Meier’s information Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August
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