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Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Planet X Incoming: Heads Up! Earth is Passing Through a Stream of Debris

Planet X Incoming: Heads Up! Earth is Passing Through a Stream of Debris 
Explosions on the sun can hurl massive clouds of plasma into space.
C-class and even M-class flare activity is likely over the next days.
Plus: The Earth is passing through a stream of debris from an unknown source, and the encounter is causing a meteor shower in broad daylight.
The shooting stars are mostly invisible to the human eye. Astronomers know the shower is underway because the meteors reflect radio waves. According to data from Canada’s Meteor Orbit Radar (CMOR), there is a hot spot of activity right now in the constellation Aries not far from the sun.
Every year in early June thousands of meteors streak across the sky. Arietid meteor shower typically peaks on June 7th. If you could turn off the sun, you would see more than 60 meteors per hour, making it one of the most active showers of the year.

No one is sure where Arietid meteoroids come from, although some astronomers suspect they are debris from sungrazing asteroid 1566 Icarus. Another candidate is comet 96P/Machholz.
In fact, there is way to see a few of these meteors. Try looking just before sunrise. The shower’s radiant rises in the east about 45 minutes before the sun. At that time of day, Arietids tend to be “Earthgrazers,” i.e., meteors that skim horizontally through the upper atmosphere from radiants near the horizon.

From Nemesis Maturity
Heads Up! Earth is Passing through a Stream of Debris from an Unknown Source
Spectacular Earthgrazers are usually slow and bright, streaking far across the sky–a real eye-opener.
Arietid meteoroids hit Earth’s atmosphere with a velocity of 39 km/s (87,000 mph). This strong meteor shower lasts from May 22 to July 2 each year.

“Battleship Earth” Under Fire| Taking 100′s of meteors per hour
At just one location Earth is being hit by over a 100 meteors per hour and are not in any scheduled or foreseen meteor showers.

From Nemesis Maturity
Active Sunspot Aligns with our Planet – Earth could be Hit by a series of Solar Flares
Sunspot AR2661 has more than doubled in size since it appeared on June 1st, and it is still crackling with C-class solar flares.
The active sunspot is now facing Earth, and at any time can hurl CME’s in our direction.
Region AR2661 has an unstable ‘delta-class’ magnetic field that harbors energy for M-class solar flares. If AR2661 does explode, the resulting flare would be geoeffective because the sunspot is directly facing our planet. AR2661 has a ‘Beta-Delta’ magnetic field that harbors energy for strong solar flares.
Indeed, a pair of CME’s recorded by SOHO on June 1st shows that AR2661 has the ability to produce such clouds. Now it’s just a matter of targeting.