ITAR-TASS Russia: ISON Slowing Down – Changed Directions | Space


According to this just released report from the Information Telegraph Agency of Russia (ITAR-TASS)  which istranslated here,  the remnants of Comet ISON are slowing down and have changed direction. An intensification of meteor showers is expected as a ‘Christmas gift’ and a ‘meteorite falling to Earth’ cannot be excluded due to the slowing down of the comet and a general scattering of the comets’ prior composition. The very interesting video report below is alarming. “Christmas gift” from the cometSuch a transformation at the Pulkovo Observatory compared with “Maiden jump over the fire,” and it threatens to become a surprise for earthlings. According to Smirnov, the destruction of the comet led to a sharp drop in speed and change direction of movement of its parts. Whether Comet ISON unharmed, she crossed to the Earth’s orbit on December 24 at 65 million miles from Earth, without causing us any concern. But due to a general slowdown cloud movement compared with the nucleus and the backlog separate debris from the head of it crosses the path of the earth around the sun a week later, just before the New Year, and meet with our planet.“New Year’s Eve, and 2-4 January 2014, you can expect an intensification of meteor activity. This may seem like a bright flash in the sky tiny meteors, they will burn up in the Earth’s atmosphere as a farewell smile our” Maiden. “But we can not exclude more formidable phenomena such as meteor shower, “- said Smirnov.He also said that one can not exclude a meteorite falling to Earth – the probability of the event, astronomers will update as for speed and glowing fragments of the comet
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