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QuoteSatellite Mysteriously Quits20-Jan-2005In an extremely rare event, a communications satellite has stopped communicating, resulting in no telephone service for 10 South Pacific nations. The hundred million dollar IS-804 satellite stopped relaying phone calls on Saturday. It's probably still in orbit, but no longer pointing its antennae toward Earth. This could have been caused by the recent the solar storms, although no other satellites have been affected.The NOAA Space Environment Center in Boulder, Colorado has issued a warning about a strong solar flare and radiation storm. The flare is large enough to cause radio blackouts and is the largest flare ever produced by this particular group of sunspots. More flares are expected this weekend.The satellite loss left the Cook Islands, Western Samoa, Solomon Islands, part of Samoa, Tuvalu and Tonga, as well as other small and island nations in the region, without telephone communication.
QuoteFireballs in Spain08-Jan-2004Click to See Object Split in TwoIt's usually ice blocks that fall from the sky in Spain, but recently hundreds of witnesses there saw balls of fire in the sky. Authorities are searching for an estimated 50 tons of material from a meteorite which broke up after colliding with the Earth. A local official says, "I left the house at around 12 minutes to six. I heard a big explosion, like an earth tremor, and a white cloud of smoke formed around a nearby mountain which took a long time to disappear." Another witness says, "There was a loud report, like an explosion. The windows shuddered and we were frightened."What's worrisome is that there was no warning—despite the fact that the meteorite must have weighed between 50 and 100 tons. Astrophysicist Jose Maria Quinana says, "What is odd is that no warning whatsoever was received from the many spotters who specialize in this subject."These extraordinary photos were provided by José Manuel García Bautista of Spain's "Frontera Desconocida" radio program.Many meteorites are mistaken for UFOs, since these mysterious craft have brightly shining lights. Are they trying to hide, or to attract our attention—exactly what is their agenda?
Quote from: TheDarkApprenticeIm not sure if this has anything to do with it but a few nights ago around like 7 or 8 pm here in the US the moon looked really strang. At one point around the edge of the moon it was a bright red. Then it went away. Then there was like a cloud of smoke or dust around the moon but not directly on it. It was quite odd.Any one else notice that??
QuoteSuspected meteor lands in Cambodia: policeWed Jan 26, 6:16 AM ET (AFP) - A 4.5-kilogram (10-pound) suspected meteorite has landed in rice fields in northwestern Cambodia, narrowly avoiding a nearby village, police said."The rock fell on a harvested rice field from the sky on Monday morning," said Sok Sareth, police chief of Banteay Meanchey province, which borders Thailand."According to the villagers who live nearby, it came very quickly from the sky and made a noise like a bomb exploding. It dug about 40 centimetres (16 inches) into the ground," he told AFP."The rock is a little bit black and was hot, and looks strange compared to other rocks... It was lucky that it did not land in the village or people could have been killed," he said, adding experts would examine the rock.Pictures of the lump were splashed across the front pages of local newspapers Wednesday.Sok Sareth said some villagers reportedly wanted to turn it into a shrine."Nobody has asked for it yet, but I have been told some villagers said that they want to put it on a shrine to pray to it, but we won't allow them to do that. It's useless," he said.Cambodians, particularly in rural areas, are typically superstitious.