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PHYSICIST REPORT 233 THE HOLOGRAPHIC SUN IN THE CLOUDS
In this video, Dr. Claudia Albers shows beyond a shadow of a doubt that the Sun is being simulated in our skies through the use of holographic technology.
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Ocean disappears in the Gulf of Thailand The strange phenomenon is back. A strong water receding was reported along several beaches situated in the Gulf of Thailand. According to residents, such a strong tidal phenomenon – with water disappearing over more than 2 kilometers away – wasn’t experienced in the last 20 years.
Such mysterious water disappearances were recently reported around the world… And scientists have no ideas about what is causing the strange phenomenon.
Very bright daylight fireball explodes over Russia, meteorites possible A very bright daylight fireball exploded over western Russia during the early morning hours of June 21, 2018. The event lasted several seconds before the object disintegrated in a bright flash.
The meteor was seen from the cities of Kursk, Lipetsk, Voronezh and Orel. A sonic boom was associated with this event and reported by residents.
The video below shows the disintegration of the meteor in the atmosphere as seen by Meteosat 9 satellite.
Meteorites are very likely and residents are already searching for them.
This fireball event is one of the biggest so far this year and we expect more videos, images and information during the day.
This report will be updated throughout the day.
Featured image: Bright fireball explodes over central Russia on June 21, 2018. Credit: YouTube user Apostol875
Asteroid 2018 MZ4 flew past Earth at a distance of 129,208 miles A newly discovered asteroid designated 2018 MZ4 flew past Earth at 0.54 LD / 0.00139 AU (207 941 km / 129 208 miles) on June 16, 2018, one day before it was discovered. This is 36th known asteroid to flyby Earth within 1 lunar distance since the start of the year.
2018 MZ4 belongs to the Apollo group of asteroids and has an estimated size between 4.6 and 10 m (15 - 32.8 feet). It was first observed at Palomar Mountain - ZTF on June 17, 2018.
The object flew past us at a speed (relative to the Earth) of 9.76 km/s at 18:55 UTC.
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Asteroid 2018 MZ4 at Minor Planet Center; at CNEOS
Featured image: The green line indicates the object's apparent motion relative to the Earth, and the bright green marks are the object's location at approximately one-hour intervals. The Moon's orbit is grey. The blue …