“Caught it out bedroom window as I was getting into bed. Crazy bright pulsing light through transom window right over headboard.”
– Ryan B, Portland, Maine
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Tune In December 13th LIVE PHENOMENON Radio with co-hosts Linda Moulton Howe, Reporter and Editor of Earthfiles.com, and retired USAF Tech Sgt. John Burroughs. Our guest will be retired Marine Reserve Lt. Col. Brian Power and author of new novel based on fact entitled Song of Atlantis. Power speculates that Antarctica could be the lost continent of Atlantis from an ancient age in which pyramids were engineered on Earth to harness energy to fuel the entire planet.
December 6, 2018 Albuquerque, New Mexico – We’ve got a Christmas 2018 green, bright comet on its way toward Earth at 21,251 miles per hour. Astronomers call it: Comet 46P/Wirtanen. The 46P means this is the 46th periodic comet discovered with an orbital period around our sun of less than 200 years. Now scientists know that 46P/Wirtanen is a small, short-period comet that goes around our sun every 5.4 years.Click for report.
“In our surveillance here in Colorado and I know in other states, there has been a similar pattern of circulation of Enterovirus 68 that mirrors the incidence of acute flaccid myelitis in the United States.”
– Samuel Dominguez, M. D. and Ph.D., Assoc. Prof., Pediatrics-Infectious Diseases and Medical Director for Microbiology Laboratory, Children’s Hospital Colorado, Aurora, Colorado
“There’s a reason engineers call landing on Mars ‘seven minutes of terror.’ We can’t joystick the landing, so we have to rely on the commands we pre-program into the spacecraft.”
— Rob Grover, Lead for InSIGHT’s entry, descent and landing (EDL), NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA
“Previous missions haven’t gone more than skin-deep at Mars. InSIGHT scientists can’t wait to explore the deeper heart of Mars.”
— Sue Smrekar, InSIGHT Mission Deputy Principal Investigator, Jet Propulsion Lab, Pasadena, CAClick for report.