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Alert! Satellite Falling To Earth Within 3 Days!

Earth Watch Report




Published on Nov 8, 2013

The GOCE Ran out of fuel on Oct.21st, They predict it to fall within 3 days!

Satellite falling to Earth


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Satellite will fall back to Earth, but where?

  • Nobody knows where or when fragments will strike Earth
  • Pieces most likely to hit oceans and unpopulated areas
  • European Space Agency launched satellite in 2009

-- A European satellite that ran out of fuel will start falling in the
next few days, and fragments of the disintegrating 2,000-pound
spacecraft are expected to strike the Earth's surface.

knows where or when the fragments will hit, but the European Space
Agency has said the parts are likely to fall into the ocean or
unpopulated areas. Potential spots will be narrowed down closer to
re-entry, ESA said on its website.

probably will occur Sunday or Monday, Rune Floberghagen, mission
manager for the Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Explorer, better
known as GOCE, told the New York Times.

was launched in 2009 to map variations in the Earth's gravity in 3D,
provide ocean circulation patterns and make other measurements.

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European GOCE satellite falling to Earth – stay calm

The European GOCE satellite is falling uncontrollably to Earth but no one need worry too much

GOCE in orbit

The European Space Agency's GOCE satellite is falling back to Earth. Photograph: ESA/AOES Medialab A
one-tonne satellite is falling uncontrollably towards the Earth. It is
expected to hit sometime late this weekend or early next week. No one
knows exactly when or where it will smash down but it is likely to
fragment into 25-45 pieces en route.
Written in those terms it
sounds like pretty scary stuff, and indeed the news is making headlines
across the web. Many seem to have been triggered by a piece in the New
York Times, titled Satellite Will Fall to Earth, But No One Is Sure Where.
Perhaps a more sensible headline would have been Satellite Will Fall to Earth, But No One Need Worry Too Much.
The spacecraft in question is the European Space Agency's Gravity field and steady-state Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE) mission. Since 2009, GOCE has been measuring the Earth's gravitational field with exquisite sensitivity.

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What do you folks think of the Earth's Wobble?

Its kinda interesting ... you watch the Weather map online every day, and you always see the Sun setting as the light goes from East to West ... and we all know its normally a straight line from Canada down to the Gulf ... right?

Not no more!

Its at an angle now ... leading from Canada back to the Eastern-South!

Here is a link to Accuweather  Hit the play button on the upper-right side.

This is the Wobble Nibiru has given us ... and it really is effecting our weather now.




Here's some screen shots of the daylight angle...visible-sunlight-accuweather-sat.doc

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