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Celestial Event Trend: Over 40 Fireballs seen in Past 24 Hours

Celestial Event Trend: Over 40 Fireballs seen in Past 24 Hours Tuesday 2017-11-21 11:00 am
#Fireball # Meteorite #Asteroid Trend

It has been a little more over a week since November 14- 21, 2017 over 8 days now since the evening skies was lit around the Globe.

The Earth is no longer what it used to be. The reports of fireballs seen falling from the sky have been reported since probably first creation. Is it a Fireball, Meteorite or an Asteroid. Whatever,it is becoming a more frequent event hard to miss and a mostly talked event for the past two weeks. We may be exiting the meteor showers season but should humanity be concerned.

Currently we are in the Leonids meteor showers:

Occurs during November 6 – November 30[2] Date of peak November 17[2]

The Sacred Bible warns us of their being Signs in the Sky Genesis 1:14

Over the past 24 hours there has been reports of at least 40.
To find out more on the celestial event calendar we are experiencing today go to the Meteor Shower Calendar.

Solar Flares Trend

Dangerous Atmospheric Conditions 2017-09-27 10:30 pm


There it is again reporters reporting dangerous situations as Stunning. Asteroid coming really close is called Asteroid 2012 tc4. Just a few days ago, a huge fireball was seen in Arizona.  beautiful or dangerous https://t.co/SFnVXQSkwk — megatrndz.com (@megatrndz) September 28, 2017

So in an article by phys.org, it indicates that giant meteorite impacts have triggered earth's subduction events in the past.

"Our results indicate that giant meteorite impacts in the past could have triggered events where the solid outer section of the Earth sinks into the deeper mantle at ocean trenches – a process known as subduction. This would have effectively recycled large portions of the Earth's surface, drastically changing the geography of the planet," explained lead author Associate Professor Craig O'Neill from Macquarie University. Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-09-large-meteorite-impacts-drove-plate-tectonic.…

Asteroid Trend

Asteroid  Trend

ASTEROID 2013 TX 68 MARCH 5, 2016 18:15


Since January 4, 2016, there has been a total of  17 Asteroids traveling around the Earth.
On February 6, 2016 a 7 meter space rock, seen as a fireball pounded onto the Atlantic Ocean with a 13, 000 TNT. What does that mean? It released energy equivalent to 13,000 tons of TNT, which is the same as the energy used in the first atomic weapon that leveled Hiroshima in 1945.The most hardest part to believe that it was not reported until two weeks later. It is reported to be the largest to hit since February 2013 asteroid hit in Russia. read more..


 The most concerned of all asteroids is the  17 th Asteroid . Why? The 17th asteroid coming close to the Earth, is called the Asteroid 2013 TX 68.  The 2013 TX 68 Asteroid gets its name from the year it was first discovered. Each Asteroid is heavily monitored  and will come at some point close to the EARTH.  Asteroid 2013 TX 68 is said to come closer to the Earth by next year. But when it pa…

FireBall in the Sky Trend

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February 23, 2016

ON FEBRUARY 6, 2016 AN UNSEEN FIREBALL RELEASED SAME ENERGY  AS THE HIROSHISMA IN 1945 HIT ATLANTIC OCEAN

"13,000 TNT that just exploded on the Atlantic Ocean." says Youtuber Daboo77. From the article "Largest fireball since Chelyabinsk falls into the ocean: Nasa reports huge explosion of seven meter space rock over the Atlantic" written on February 22, 2016:


A huge fireball crashed into the Atlantic earlier this month - and went almost unseen. The event took place on February 6 at 14:00 UTC when a meteor exploded in the air 620 miles (1,000km) off the coast of Brazil. It released energy equivalent to 13,000 tons of TNT, which is the same as the energy used in the first atomic weapon that leveled Hiroshima in 1945. This was the largest event of its type since the February 2013 fireball that exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia, leaving more than 1,600 people injured. Read more: http://www.dailym…