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Archive | November 6, 2016

MEGA DIP SPIKES ON THE WEAK MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 19:00, 20:30, 21:30, 21:45, 22:00, 23:30 HRS UTC

**VERY URGENT**
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  MEGA DIP SPIKES ON THE WEAK MAGNETOSPHERE @ APPROX 19:00, 20:30, 21:30, 21:45, 22:00, 23:30 HRS UTC. FURTHER EARTHQUAKES, VOLCANO ACTIVITY & ADVERSE WEATHER PATTERNS WILL BE GREATLY INFLUENCED BY THE COSMIC RAYS STRIKING THE EARTH’S CORE
***BE ALERT***
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CME WILL COLLIDE WITH VERY HIGH ENERGY PARTICLES ON 8th NOVEMBER 2016

**VERY URGENT**
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CME WILL COLLIDE WITH VERY HIGH ENERGY PARTICLES AND
STRIKE THE WEAK MAGNETOSPHERE ON
  8th NOVEMBER 2016
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BE ALERT***

MAGNITUDE 4.1 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, USA

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=543353

Subject To Change

Depth: 0 km

Distances: 786 km NW of Los Angeles, United States / pop: 3,793,000 / local time: 05:00:46.3 2016-11-06
221 km NW of Sacramento, United States / pop: 467,000 / local time: 05:00:46.3 2016-11-06
68 km NW of Ukiah, United States / pop: 16,100 / local time: 05:00:46.3 2016-11-06
14 km W of Laytonville, United States / pop: 1,300 / local time: 05:00:46.3 2016-11-06

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MAGNITUDE 4.8 WESTERN AUSTRALIA

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=543323

Subject To Change

Depth: 5 km

Distances: 1202 km S of Dili, Timor-Leste / pop: 150,000 / local time: 18:54:32.0 2016-11-06
804 km S of Darwin, Australia / pop: 93,100 / local time: 19:24:32.0 2016-11-06
109 km S of Halls Creek, Australia / pop: 1,300 / local time: 17:54:32.0 2016-11-06

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MAGNITUDE 4.3 NORTHERN ALGERIA

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=543200

Subject To Change

Depth: 10 km

Distances: 119 km SE of Algiers, Algeria / pop: 1,978,000 / local time: 21:43:25.3 2016-11-05
97 km SE of Boumerdas, Algeria / pop: 787,000 / local time: 21:43:25.3 2016-11-05
20 km W of Melouza, Algeria / pop: 25,800 / local time: 21:43:25.3 2016-11-05

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MAGNITUDE 5.5 PACIFIC ANTARCTIC RIDGE

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=543117

Subject To Change

Depth: 10 km

Distances: 4292 km SE of Wellington, New Zealand / pop: 382,000 / local time: 02:18:15.4 2016-11-06
4508 km S of Papeete, French Polynesia / pop: 26,400 / local time: 03:18:15.4 2016-11-05
4536 km SE of Avarua, Cook Islands / pop: 13,400 / local time: 03:18:15.4 2016-11-05

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Asteroid 2016 VA Gives Earth A Close Shave

The near-Earth asteroid 2016 VA (central dot), as viewed by the Virtual Telescope Project on Nov. 1, 2016.
 
Credit: Virtual Telescope Project
A small asteroid buzzed Earth last night (Nov. 1), just hours after astronomers first spotted the space rock.
 
The asteroid 2016 VA zoomed within about 48,000 miles (77,000 kilometers) of the planet at 8:32 p.m. EDT (0032 GMT on Nov. 2), according to researchers with the Minor Planet Center (MPC) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. To put that into perspective, the moon orbits Earth at an average distance of 239,000 miles (385,000 km).
 
The space rock, which is thought to be 23 to 72 feet (7 to 22 meters) wide, was traveling about 48,000 mph (77,000 km/h) relative to Earth during the close encounter, MPC scientists said.
 
2016 VA was discovered just yesterday, by astronomers with the Mt. Lemmon Survey in Arizona. Surprise asteroid encounters like last night’s flyby aren’t uncommon; millions of space rocks are thought to orbit the sun in Earth’s neighborhood, and scientists have discovered just 15,000 of them.
 
Indeed, a previously unknown object famously slammed into Earth’s atmosphere above the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in February 2013. This rock exploded in the air, generating a shock wave that shattered thousands of windows in the city below; more than 1,200 people were wounded by shards of flying glass.
 
The Chelyabinsk object was probably about 66 feet (20 m) wide, scientists have said. (Asteroids have to be much bigger to cause damage on a global scale; researchers think impacting space rocks must be at least 0.6 miles, or 1 km, wide to threaten human civilization.)
 
Observations of 2016 VA indicate that the asteroid orbits the sun every 10.5 months, on a path that’s much more elliptical than Earth’s. 2016 VA gets as close to the sun as 0.43 astronomical units (AU), and as far away as 1.4 AU. (One AU is the average distance from Earth to the sun — about 93 million miles, or 150 million km.)
Courtesy of livescience.com

Huge Ball Of Fire Was Seen Streaking Over Perth, Australia

People across Perth have seen a huge ball of fireball over the city tonight. Some people even said they heard explosions like fireworks in the moments afterward.
 
Perthites took to social media to report seeing the huge fireball streak across the sky, just after 7pm Wednesday evening.
 
At the time a crescent moon could be seem to the west-south-west and the first evening stars were visible, just after the sun sank.
 
People quickly reported on Twitter and Facebook that they had seen a fireball, that lasted around 30-seconds, and even heard explosions in the moments afterward.
 
JBE on Twitter wrote, “Gorgeous streaking green light in Swanbourne!”
 
“It was spectacular – bright green. I thought it was a flare at first,” Katjo said.
 
People from Mandurah, Mt Pleasant, Perth’s coastal suburbs all said they said the bright lights.
 
Others said they heard loud booms around that time.
 
“I thought I heard like 3 fireworks going off,” said Rob.
 
It’s possible the fireball was connected to the South Taurid meteor shower, which peaks every year around late October and early November.
Courtesy of soperth.com.au