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Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.

 
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Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
A New Meteor Shower in December?
Dec. 11, 2012: If you're outdoors after sunset this week, be alert for meteors. Not only is the Geminid meteor shower active as Earth passes through a stream of debris from "rock comet" 3200 Phaethon, but also, say forecasters, a new meteor shower could make an appearance.

"The source of the new shower is Comet Wirtanen," says Bill Cooke of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office. "Dust from this comet hitting Earth's atmosphere could produce as many as 30 meteors per hour."

Comet Wirtanen was discovered in 1948, just after World War II, and takes 5.4 years to orbit the sun. It reaches its closest point to the sun just outside Earth's orbit. Although this comet has skirted Earth's orbit many times, Earth has not run into its debris streams before. 2012 could be different.
[link to science.nasa.gov]

[link to www.spaceweather.com]

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Re: Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
Could be a special treat for sky watchers.
I plan on checking them out thumbs
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Re: Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
Maslov also predicts that the meteors will be very slow moving
[link to science.nasa.gov]

That seems odd.....I've never seen a meteor move slowly throught the sky.

Just a thought....nothing more...but could this "new" meteor shower be a cover for something else?
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Re: Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
Funny how we are expected to believe NASA when they say nothing is going to happen yet all of these meteors keep coming in day after day and they don't seem to know wtf is going on until a couple days before or in some cases after the fact.
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Re: Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
Maslov also predicts that the meteors will be very slow moving
[link to science.nasa.gov]

That seems odd.....I've never seen a meteor move slowly throught the sky.

Just a thought....nothing more...but could this "new" meteor shower be a cover for something else?
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Re: Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
Funny how we are expected to believe NASA when they say nothing is going to happen yet all of these meteors keep coming in day after day and they don't seem to know wtf is going on until a couple days before or in some cases after the fact.
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Right? I was wondering too.
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Re: Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
Maslov also predicts that the meteors will be very slow moving
[link to science.nasa.gov]

That seems odd.....I've never seen a meteor move slowly throught the sky.

Just a thought....nothing more...but could this "new" meteor shower be a cover for something else?
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A blue Kachina would be epic...but then again
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Re: Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
Could this be a cover for something else? I suspect it is.

The clue is the number 3200. The Satanists use this number to identify their secret works. It signals other Satanist to support it when Its a law like HR 3200 Obamacare, or when its an assassination, as in the murder of the Polish president by Putin, who went on tv and told everyone to stay out of the case, the Russians would investigate... and then Putin said there were 132 people on board. Everyone else was saying 95 or 96.

Here is an article showing many examples of this 32, 322, 324 usage:

[link to manfrommodesto.hubpages.com]

Examples in politics:

During the 2008 presidential primaries, the "war chest" fund raising totals were given for several of the candidates. The totals for both Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani were 322 million. Coincidentally, both men announced their candidacy on the 13th of the month. Romney announced on February 13th, 2007. Rudy Giuliani announced his running for president on November 13, 2006.

Just prior to the November 6, 2012 elections, polls announced an edge for Obama in the electoral college: 303-220.

During the campaign for California governor in 2010, a radio host mentioned some information he heard about Meg Whitman. She had, he said, "320,000 followers on Twitter". I checked to see if this was true for Whitman. In fact, the number was 132 thousand and something. The 32 was in her number, but not the number as stated.

Do not think this is the exclusive ground of the Republicans. When Obama gave his victory speech, he said, "Yes, We can" thirty-two times in his speech. When Obama forwarded the voting copy of Obama Care to Congress, it was House Resolution 3200.

One of the most famous Bonesmen is Averill Harriman. Harriman led the Council on Foreign Relations and is thought of as the "elder statesman of the Democratic Party." (Jim Keith, The Encyclopedia of Mind Control.) Harriman, in addition to providing financial assistance to Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia, served as an intelligence agent between the U.S. and Russia. The combination to the briefcase in which he carried secret documents: 322.

On March 2, 2011, I screen captured an advertisement from Liberty Mutual. The ad promised a savings of $322.06 for anyone who might switch.
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Re: Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
Funny how we are expected to believe NASA when they say nothing is going to happen yet all of these meteors keep coming in day after day and they don't seem to know wtf is going on until a couple days before or in some cases after the fact.
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Dude. Meteor showers happen several times a year. What's your point? Anyways, thanks for the thread. :)

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Re: Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
Thanks for the article OP. I did not realize that.

In case anyone is interested you can watch online tonight from 11pm-3am EST.
[link to www.nasa.gov]

They are also having chat available at the same time -
SNIP from Site - On the night of Dec. 13-14 from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. EST, meteor experts from NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center will be available to answer your questions via a late-night Web chat. [link to www.nasa.gov]

So I think we should all get on there and ask away! I for one will ask few. We'll see if they delete them.
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Re: Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
Thanks for the article OP. I did not realize that.

In case anyone is interested you can watch online tonight from 11pm-3am EST.
[link to www.nasa.gov]

They are also having chat available at the same time -
SNIP from Site - On the night of Dec. 13-14 from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m. EST, meteor experts from NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center will be available to answer your questions via a late-night Web chat. [link to www.nasa.gov]

So I think we should all get on there and ask away! I for one will ask few. We'll see if they delete them.
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I think the timing is interesting in itself.
Also, these are to be very slow moving. scratching
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Re: Extra meteors? NASA says that another meteor shower, appearing for the first time this year, could add to the count of Geminids on Dec. 13th.
Timing is definitely weird to me. From your article...
Comet Wirtanen was discovered in 1948, just after World War II, and takes 5.4 years to orbit the sun. It reaches its closest point to the sun just outside Earth's orbit. Although this comet has skirted Earth's orbit many times, Earth has not run into its debris streams before. 2012 could be different.

But the slow moving may not be so "weird"...
From linky - [link to www.stuff.co.nz]
"Geminid meteors are quite slow- moving and leave a trail like fairy dust"

Another piece of the puzzle that is cool -
Most meteors in annual showers originate in comets. But the parent of the Geminid meteor shower is a mysterious body named 3200 Phaethon. This solar system object is termed an Apollo (near-Earth) asteroid, and it might be a dormant comet. How does that help you watch the shower? It doesn’t. But it’s fun to think about.
[link to earthsky.org]

I love the "mysterious body" part!
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