Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Krystalai: Comet ISON's tail

Dear Members,
I thought you might enjoy learning about the new facts known to science at this time in history. We now know that Comet Ison 's tail is 12 times as wide as the Sun. So, we can now imagine how much light will be encircling the Earth between November 26 all the way into February.
My Angelic families told me to think of this in relationship with the 12 stellar wave cycles bringing the ascension activation frequencies from each of the 12 stargates and then wrapping within them the 12 planets within and including the Sun. And then consider the reality from the fifth dimension being that in reality the Earth and all of the planets, are in that reality INSIDE of the Sun.
So, what is actually happening is we will be surrounded within this massive plasma light containing all of the frequency signatures of our entire Star System as it existed before Tara exploded fell into the Milky Way and became the planets of our Solar System.
I find the SPACEWEATHER.COM site to be very helpful in tuning me in to what frequencies are coming.
Everytime a Solar Flare or CME leaves the Sun I am effected very strongly. Other people don't feel the effects so much until two days or even a week later. It is important to become aware of how these frequencies effect body so you can get ready ahead of time and watch the space weather report. I know that I should drink a lot more water when a solar flare is coming. I know that will probably be very tired and fall asleep. I know to arrange my days around this phenomena. I have been starting my days at 2 a.m. because I feel the frequencies the strongest in early afternoon. Everyone is unique. The reason it is important for you to know yourself is so that you won't be driving a car at the time of day that you might fall asleep.
For instance, on November 15 a Solar Flare left the Sun aiming for the Earth. At the moment the flare ripped from the Sun I fell asleep and my husband passed out. I was still in bed, but my husband had gone to open the drapes from the window, passed out and began to fall through the window. He fell to his knees just in time that only his hand and head went into the window as it shattered into a thousand pieces. He was cut up quite a bit and needed some stitches.
This is the type of thing that can happen as a result of these high powered frequencies coming from solar flares.
So far we have only had a few x class flares that were 2 and 3x level. It has been foreseen that we will get at least one 10x class flare in December along with Comet Ison followed by a tail that is 12 times as wide as our Sun.
Use these light porportions to plan your future, and your holidays if you plan to travel.
I'm planning on staying home and enjoying the light show, listening to my own ETERNAL LIFE ALBUM and soaking up the Light and Sound that will transform my Consciousness in December.
LEONID METEOR SHOWER: Today, Nov. 19th, Earth is passing through a narrow stream of debris from Comet Tempel-Tuttle, source of the annual Leonid meteor shower. "The Leonids are showing up nicely in our data from the Canadian Meteor Orbit Radar (CMOR)," reports Peter Brown of the University of Western Ontario. "Rates are only about 10 per hour, but the shower is definitely active, if muted due to moonlight this year!" Listen to Space Weather Radio for live Leonid echoes.
X-CLASS SOLAR FLARE: Sprawling suunspot AR1897 erupted on Nov. 19th (10:26 UT), producing an X1-class solar flare. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the explosion's extreme ultraviolet flash:
Although the sunspot is not directly facing Earth, the flare did affect our planet. Mainly, the UV flash produced a wave of ionization in the upper atmosphere over Europe, Africa and parts of Asia. A brief blackout of HF radio transmissions around the poles might have also occurred. First-look coronagraph data from NASA's STEREO-Ahead probe show a CME emerging from the blast site, but it is probably not heading for Earth. Stay tuned for updates. Solar flare alerts: text, voice
VENUS AND NUNKI: When the sun goes down tonight, step outside and look southwest. You can't miss Venus shining brightly through the twilight. Got patience? Keep watching until the sky darkens. Venus is not alone:
"Last night, Venus slid past the star Nunki (Sigma Sagittarii) in the Milk Dipper asterism in Sagittarius," says astronomy professor Jimmy Westlake, who took the picture on November 18th from Stagecoach, Colorado. "The two missed each other by a scant 12.75 arc minutes. Venus (magnitude -4.56) shines a whopping 420 times brighter than Nunki (magnitude +2)." The mismatched pair is separating now, but Venus and Nunki are still only a fraction of a degree apart on Nov. 19th. Take a look!
COMET ISON'S SUPER TAIL: Comet's ISON's recent outburst of activity has done more than simply brighten the comet. Whatever exploded from the comet's core also created a spectacularly-long tail, more than 16 million kilometers from end to end. Scroll down to see the full extent of Comet ISON as photographed on Nov. 17th by Michael Jäger of Ebenwaldhöhe, Austria:
"The tail of the comet stretches more than 7o across the sky," says Jäger. It's almost as wide as the bowl of the Big Dipper.
Physically, ISON's tail is about 12 times wider than the sun. So, when the head of ISON plunges into the sun's atmosphere on Nov. 28th, more than 15 million kilometers of the comet's tail will still be jutting into space behind it.
Because so much gas and dust is spewing from the comet's core, it is impossible to see clearly what caused Comet ISON's outburst on Nov. 13-14. One possibility is that fresh veins of ice are opening up in the comet's nucleus, vaporizing furiously as ISON approaches the sun. Another possibility is that the nucleus has completely fragmented.
"If so, it will still be several days before we know for sure," says Karl Battams, an astronomer with NASA's Comet ISON Observing Campaign. "When comet nuclei fall apart, it’s not like a shrapnel-laden explosion. Instead, the chunks slowly drift apart at slightly different speeds. Given that ISON’s nucleus is shrouded in such a tremendous volume of light-scattering dust and gas right now, it will be almost impossible to determine this for at least a few days and perhaps not until the comet reaches the field of view of NASA's STEREO HI-1A instrument on November 21, 2013. We will have to wait for the chunks to drift apart a sufficient distance, assuming they don't crumble first."
Monitoring is encouraged. Comet ISON rises in the east just before the sun. Amateur astronomers, if you have a GOTO telescope, enter these coordinates. Dates of special interest include Nov. 17th and 18th when the comet will pass the bright star Spica, making ISON extra-easy to find. Sky maps: Nov. 19.

 All Sky Fireball Network
Every night, a network of NASA all-sky cameras scans the skies above the United States for meteoritic fireballs. Automated software maintained by NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office calculates their orbits, velocity, penetration depth in Earth's atmosphere and many other characteristics. Daily results are presented here on
On Nov. 19, 2013, the network reported 31 fireballs.
(21 sporadics, 10 Leonids)
In this diagram of the inner solar system, all of the fireball orbits intersect at a single point--Earth. The orbits are color-coded by velocity, from slow (red) to fast (blue). [Larger image] [movies]
 Near Earth Asteroids
Potentially Hazardous Asteroids (PHAs) are space rocks larger than approximately 100m that can come closer to Earth than 0.05 AU. None of the known PHAs is on a collision course with our planet, although astronomers are finding new ones all the time.
On November 19, 2013 there were 1439 potentially hazardous asteroids.
Recent & Upcoming Earth-asteroid encounters:
Miss Distance
2011 JY1
Nov 14
6.7 LD
54 m
2001 AV43
Nov 18
3 LD
52 m
2013 VK13
Nov 19
8.1 LD
26 m
2010 CL19
Nov 25
37.6 LD
1.3 km
2013 NJ
Nov 26
2.5 LD
190 m
2011 YD29
Dec 28
6.1 LD
24 m
2007 SJ
Jan 21
18.9 LD
1.9 km
2012 BX34
Jan 28
9.6 LD
13 m
2006 DP14
Feb 10
6.2 LD
730 m
Notes: LD means "Lunar Distance." 1 LD = 384,401 km, the distance between Earth and the Moon. 1 LD also equals 0.00256 AU. MAG is the visual magnitude of the asteroid on the date of closest approach.
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