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5T4RSCREAM - Comet EleNIN (C2010 X1) Decoded

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5T4RSCREAM - Comet EleNIN (C2010 X1) Decoded

5T4RSCREAM - Comet EleNIN (C2010 X1) Decoded

1. Search for Elenin on NASA.GOV
Link: [link to www.google.com]

Select: 11133 - GCN

Result Contains
NUMBER: 11133
SUBJECT: GRB 100814A: ISON-NM optical observations
DATE: 10/08/22 07:30:05 GMT
FROM: Leonid Elenin at ISON

L. Elenin, I. Molotov (ISON), A. Volnova (SAI MSU), A. Pozanenko (IKI)
report on behalf of larger
GRB follow-up collaboration:

We continue observation of the Swift GRB 100814A ...

The afterglow (Schaefer et al. GCN 11086; Beardmore et al. GCN 11087) is
well detected on stacked images for both epochs. Preliminary photometry of
unfiltered image against USNO-B1.0 star 0720-0016107, assuming R is 19.73 is following:

6.2205 W 300x10 21.66 plus or minus 0.23
7.2734 W 300x15 22.50 plus or minus

The photometry errors are statistical only.
The images of GRB100814A is available at:
[link to spaceobs.org]

2. Search for define:Leonid
Link: [link to www.google.com]

Result Contains
Each of a shower of meteorites which fall from the area of sky around the constellation Leo in November

3. Search for define:Ele

Result Contains
An extinction event (also known as: mass extinction; extinction-level event, ELE, or biotic crisis) is a sharp decrease in the diversity and abundance of macroscopic life...

4. Search for define:nin

Result Contains
The Sumerian word NIN (Akkadian pronunciation: EREŠ) is the sign for "lady". NIN.DINGIR (Akkadian entu) "divine lady", "lady of [a] god" is a priestess. Many goddesses are called NIN, such as DNIN.GAL "great lady", DÉ.NIN.GAL "lady of the great temple" or DEREŠ.KI.GAL, DNIN.TI.

On Wikipedia there is the following about NIN:
NIN in the Gilgamesh epic

Ninsun-(DNIN.SÚN) as the mother of Gilgamesh in the Epic of Gilgamesh-(Standard Babylonian version), appears in 5 of the 12 Chapters (Tablets I, II, III, IV, XII). The other personage using 'NIN' is the god Ninurta-(DNIN.URTA) who appears in Tablet I, and especially the Flood myth of Tablet XI.

*** Note: The tablet of the Flood myth Tablet XI matches the X1 in C2010!!!