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Wednesday, 27 July 2011 12:53

Updated Stories on Nibiru Planet X Comet Elenin

A Discussion thread on the popular internet site godlikeproductions has received an extremely high volume of comments surrounding the mystery planet X Nibiru and its proposed nearing approach to the Earth, forecasting the "dark Star" to break through our ecliptic on March 15th 2011.   Nibiru which is proposed by some to be the "death Star" or as Revelations refers to "Wormswood" a possible binary companion brown dwarf star to our sun that crosses our solar system every 3.600 years, causing massive geological and magnetic field disturbances.

 

The time line provided by the internet forum contributor has sparked concern and criticism alike from 2012.

Feb 20 Nibiru between Jupiter and Mars orbits. 2.48 AU from Earth.

March 4 Nibiru breaks through ecliptic plane for earth change symptoms to increase dramatically. 2.261 AU from Earth.

March 15 Saturn, Nibiru, Earth, Sun, Mars, Jupiter and Uranus are in alignment creating gravity trench for volcano/earthquake/tidal events to escalate (first shaking of Hopi prophecy). First Conjunction. 2.1 AU from Earth.

 

June 27 Nibiru crosses Mars orbit. 1.789 AU from Earth.

Aug 3 Nibiru crosses Earth orbit and Earth reaches Nibiru perigee orbit angle position. 1.489 AU from Earth.

Aug 21 Nibiru crosses Venus orbit. 1.198 AU from Earth.

Sept 11 Nibiru reaches perigee position at Mercury orbit. 0.708 AU from Earth.

Sept 19 Nibiru equidistant from Sun And Earth. 0.523 AU from Earth.

Sept 26 Nibiru passes between Sun and Earth for second alignment (second shaking of Hopi prophecy) for anticipated Geological Pole Shift Event. Second Conjunction. 0.396 AU from Earth.

Oct 2 Nibiru at Venus orbit. 0.316 AU from Earth.

Oct 17 Nibiru at Earth orbit and nearest position. 0.232 AU from Earth @ 21.57 million miles.

Nov 14 Nibiru crosses Mars orbit. 0.46 AU from Earth.

Nov 22 Nibiru, Earth and Sun alignment for Pole Shift Reversal Event. Third conjunction 0.58 AU from Earth.

 

Nibiru will finally be farther from the Earth than the Sun on Feb 29, 2012 marking 163 days from Sept. 19, 2011 that Nibiru is nearer our planet than the Sun.

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Many serious attempts at independent analysis of what has already been renamed the "cluster" Elenin. Since the end of June 2011 have not obtained new photos of the comet. The last picture obtained seems more an attempt to make an accurate analysis of data such as who performed Miller from Lanzarote in the Canary Islands Telescope in late May 2011.

It looks more like a planet with moons or a small solar system.  In fact...

 

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it looks quite similar to the cluster image taken from the south pole station of Nibiru that has become a heated topic of discussion.  Could the Comet "tail" simply be debris following the object attracted by the "cluster's" gravity as it passed through the ort cloud upon entering our inner solar system.  Kind of makes one think...

Photos show that ELEnin is not a single comet, but rather a cluster. If indeed ELEnin is a cluster, it may mean somewhat catastrophic events for our little blue planet. Below are records and

NASA warns anomalies Stereo nodes that are taking place by the approach of ELENIN as well as viewing the coming days 1-15 August. The SECCHI team requests to roll the Behind spacecraft by 135 degrees for two hours per day each day between Aug 1 (or late on Sep 31) and Aug 12 to observe comet ELEnin as it flies within 0.05 AU of the spacecraft.

In a major collaborative effort with the team of "A. Evans & All" We could gather all the documentation you can, and in particular we have access to a photo that clearly as you can see the "cluster".

Observations of the comet at a wide variety of phase angles will provide information about composition. There’s also a possibility that the in situ instruments on Behind will see the ion tail. The requested two hours per day will include the roll and settle times, with the roll starting on an even hour boundary, and then back to nominal roll and settled on the next even hour boundary…Continue reading: Probably they will cut the STERO satellite signal during August 22 and 23, 2011

 

 

The text is quite disconcerting, especially because it looks like a cross between justification of previous anomalies and anomalies further notice.

The truth is that the satellite Stereo presents a series of anomalies that are not clearly visible unless Elenin justify the cause, and suggest that what is coming is something quite different from a simple "comet."

Then offer the STEREO image of minutes before they proceed to cut the satellite signal that will probably last the next two days 22 and 23, confirmed our theory.

But before you cut the satellite, we publish the anomaly detected in the solar corona at node A. Stereo

Next, we show the last picture offered by Stereo

The anomaly has nothing to do with mirrors Stereo. Rather, it seems related to solar activity and transit and / or proximity of an object or group of objects.

Whatever has come to be seen and its size should be considerably larger and photographed on satellites. It's brightness, enough to disrupt the sphere of the Sun in the infrared spectrum.

Remember that Mercury has a retrograde orbit about the Sun

Elenin current theoretical position:

Today's Current Position Satellite Nodes Stereo:

Then it is Venus who is in opposition to be seen to the right of the Sun in SOHO LASCO, and remember that Mercury has a retrograde orbit.

That is:

If we look closely at the chart positions Elenin, the brightness of Venus clearly because Elenin, the "Cluster" is right Mercury behind the position of intersection with the orbit of the Earth (From the perspective of LASCO) and both nodes A and B Satellite Stereo, so the brightness of Venus appears SOHO-LASCO amplified 10 times.

Question: A simple comet produces the indirect effect of increased light?

The answer: NO, unless it has an associated Orto of considerable size, ie other associated objects, comets, asteroids, etc ... and the tail is directly affecting their transition to the satellite orbit Stereo, node A.

The coming days 1-20 August will be key to understand and see Elenin and exit from doubts as to its composition, nature and travel companions.

 

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STEREO Weekly Meeting Minutes for 2011-06-07 (Week 23)

ANNOUNCEMENTS
-------------

* A flight software anomaly caused the IMPACT LET instrument to stop sending
data on both spacecraft. See below for details.

* SECCHI requests rolls of the Behind spacecraft to observe comet Elenin
between Aug 1-12. See below for details.


 


INSTRUMENT and SPACECRAFT STATUS
--------------------------------

* All subsystems on both spacecraft are nominal.


DISCUSSION AND OPERATIONS CONSTRAINTS
-------------------------------------

Week 22

* On day 151 (May 31), during the DSS 54 support for Ahead, turbo decoder lock
was lost briefly at 0659z. This resulted in the loss of three frames of
instrument SSR data. See DR# N107368 for more information.

* On day 153 (Jun 2), during the DSS 14 support for Ahead, initial telemetry
acquisition was delayed four minutes due to a receiver and ranging processor
anomaly. After processor was reset, telemetry lock was established at 1134z.
The SSR playback was stopped and SSR pointers were repositioned. All SSR data
were recovered. See DR# G111650 for more information.

* On day 156 (Jun 5), during the DSS 54 support for Ahead, real-time telemetry
was lost at 0409z. After the DCD software was reinitialized, real-time
telemetry was received in the MOC at 0424z. Later in the support, turbo
decoder lock was lost intermittently beginning at 0456z. These anomalies
resulted in the loss of five frames of instrument SSR data. See DR# N107374
for more information.

* On day 150 (May 30), the SECCHI instrument on Ahead reset at 03:41:57z. The
SECCHI team reconfigured the instrument to operational mode at 150-1535z.
This was the 22nd reset of SECCHI on the Ahead spacecraft.

* On day 151 (May 31), during the DSS 25 support for Ahead, the wheel speed
avoidance parameter was modified in G&C RAM, on the AHEAD observatory only,
to reduce the jitter at the avoidance band at zero speed.

* On day 152 (Jun 1), the 38th momentum dump on Ahead was successfully executed
at 1430Z, which imparted a delta V of 0.0807 m/sec.

* On day 151 (May 31), the IMPACT LET instrument on Behind stopped collecting
data at 0020z due to a flight software anomaly. The same thing happened on
the IMPACT LET instrument on Ahead on day 155 (Jun 4) between 1500z and
1800z. Diagnostic data were downloaded from both spacecraft and the anomaly
is being investigated. A separate telecon to discuss the problem followed
the weekly telecon.

* On day 152 (Jun 1), during the DSS 15 support for Behind, telemetry frames
were lost intermittently beginning at 0209z through 0328z. Later in the
track, ranging lock was lost at 0333z through the remainder of the track.
Again, later in the support, real-time telemetry was lost at 0404z due to a
DCD anomaly. After the DCD failed over to the redundant side, real-time
telemetry was received in the MOC at 0428z. These anomalies resulted in the
loss of an hour of instrument SSR data and 77 minutes of ranging data. See
DR# G111634 and N107374 for more information.

* On day 152 (Jun 1), during the DSS 63 support for Behind, initial telemetry
acquisition was delayed three minutes as the antenna was late in arriving on
point. After the antenna was on point, telemetry lock was established at
1633z. This resulted in the loss of one frame of instrument SSR data. See DR#
N107371 for more information.

* On day 153 (Jun 2), during the DSS 63 support for Behind, initial telemetry
acquisition was delayed 50 minutes due on going antenna maintenance. After
the antenna was declared ready for service, telemetry lock was established at
1520z. The SSR playback was stopped and SSR pointers were repositioned. All
SSR data were recovered. See DR# M106346 for more information.

* On day 154 (Jun 3), during the DSS 63 support for Behind, real-time telemetry
was lost at 1926z. After the DCD software was reinitialized, real-time
telemetry was received in the MOC at 1941z. This anomaly resulted in the
loss of 15 minutes of real-time data. All SSR data was recovered. See DR#
N107373 for more information.

* On day 155 (Jun 4), during the DSS 63 support for Behind, turbo decoder lock
was lost intermittently beginning at 1313z and 1448z. This resulted in the
loss of five frames of instrument SSR data.

* On day 151 (May 31), the 32nd momentum dump on Behind was successfully
executed at 1600z, which imparted a delta V of 0.067 m/sec.

* The average daily SSR downlink volume was 5.4 gigabits on Ahead, and 5.8
gigabits on Behind.

Week 23

* The IONET switches at APL will be upgraded. The upgrade of the backup switch
originally scheduled for Jun 6 has been rescheduled for tomorrow (Jun 8)
between 9-12 UT. The primary switch will be upgraded on Jun 8 between
14:40-15:00, after the Ahead pass.

* Ahead has 720 kbps passes on Monday, Jun 6 (D14), Wednesday, Jun 8 (D63),
Thursday, Jun 9 (D63), Friday, Jun 10 (D14), and Sunday, Jun 12 (D43). There
are 12 passes during the week, and overall coverage is nominal.

* Behind has 720 kbps passes on Monday, Jun 6 (D63), Tuesday, Jun 7 (D63),
Friday, Jun 10 (D63), Saturday, Jun 11 (D63), and Sunday, Jun 12 (D43).
There are 14 passes during the week, and overall coverage is nominal.

Week 24

* There will be a 2 hour return-to-service track on station 34 for Ahead on
Jun 14. There will be no SSR playback during this track. Uplink will be
enabled.

* There will be test of the 160 kbps downlink during the station 25 pass for
Ahead on Wednesday, Jun 15. The prior pass will be a 70 meter station, and a
long 70 meter pass follows the test, so no data will be lost. Since the
in-situ teams are planning to drop their telemetry rates for 160 kbps, this
can be tested during the Jun 15 pass, but this is not required. The
telemetry rates will drop to 160 kbps on Jun 27 for Ahead, and Jul 13 for
Behind. At the same time that the nominal telemetry rate drops to 160 kbps,
the telemetry rate for the 70 meter stations will drop from 720 kbps to 480
kbps.

* Ahead has 720 kbps passes on Monday, Jun 13 (D63), Tuesday, Jun 14 (D63 and
D14), Wednesday, Jun 15 (D63), and Thursday, Jun 16 (D43). There are 12
passes during the week, and overall coverage is 4.2 hours above nominal.

* Behind has 720 kbps passes on Monday, Jun 13, Tuesday, Jun 14, and Wednesday,
Jun 15, all using station 63. There are 14 passes during the week, and
overall coverage is 1.5 hours above nominal.

Week 25

* Macros for the 160 and 120 kbps downlink rates will be uploaded to RAM on
both spacecraft on Tuesday, day 172 (Jun 21).

* Ahead has a 720 kbps pass on Friday, Jun 24, using station 43. There are 10
tracks during the week, and overall coverage is 2.1 hours above nominal.

* Behind has a 720 kbps pass on Sunday, Jun 26, using station 63. There are 14
tracks during the week, and overall coverage is 8 hours above nominal.

Week 26

* Ahead switches downlink rate to 160 kbps on 35 meter stations, and 480 kbps
on 70 meter stations on day 178 (Jun 27), starting with the station 15 pass.
480 kbps is the lowest rate that Ahead is projected to use with 70 meter
stations--Behind will drop to 360 kbps for periods near the far side.

* Modified macros for the 240 kbps rate will be uploaded to RAM on both
spacecraft on Monday, day 178 (Jun 27). These changes are to bring down more
spacecraft data prior to the uplink sweep for each pass.

* Ahead has 480 kbps passes on Thursday, Jun 30 (D63), and Sunday, Jul 3
(D43). There are 10 passes during the week, and overall coverage is nominal.

* Behind has 720 kbps passes on Monday, Jun 27, Wednesday, Jun 29, Thursday,
Jun 30, Friday, Jul 1, and Saturday, Jul 2, all using station 63. There are
12 passes during the week, and overall coverage is nominal.

Week 27

* Monday, July 4 is a holiday.

* Ahead has 480 kbps passes on Tuesday, Jul 5 (D63 and D14), Wednesday, Jul 6
(D63 and D14), Thursday, Jul 7 (D14), and Friday, Jul 8 (D63). There are 13
passes during the week, and overall coverage is nominal.

* Behind has 720 kbps passes on Tuesday, Jul 5 (D63), Friday, Jul 8 (D43), and
Sunday, Jul 10 (D63). There are 12 passes during the week, and overall
coverage is nominal.

Week 28

* Behind will switch to the 160 kbps rate for 35 meter stations, and 480 kbps
for 70 meter stations, starting with the station 55 pass on Jul 13.

* Both spacecraft will have an HGA calibration on Jul 13, with Ahead starting
at 15:00 UT, and Behind starting at 16:00 UT.

* Behind will have the 33rd momentum dump on Tuesday, Jul 12, starting at 19:30
UT.

* Ahead will have the 39th momentum dump on Thursday, Jul 14, starting at 15:00
UT.

* Ahead has 480 kbps passes on Tuesday, Jul 12, and Saturday, Jul 16, both
using station 43. There are 10 passes during the week, and overall coverage
is 3.6 hours above nominal.

* Behind has 720 kbps passes on Tuesday, Jul 12 (D43 and D63), and 480 kbps
passes on Thursday, Jul 14 (D43), Friday, Jul 15 (D43 and D63), and Sunday,
Jul 17 (D43). There are 15 passes during the week, and overall coverage is
4.1 hours above nominal.

Other

* The SECCHI team requests to roll the Behind spacecraft by 135 degrees for two
hours per day each day between Aug 1 (or late on Sep 31) and Aug 12 to
observe comet Elenin as it flies within 0.05 AU of the spacecraft.
Observations of the comet at a wide variety of phase angles will provide
information about composition. There's also a possibility that the in situ
instruments on Behind will see the ion tail. The requested two hours per day
will include the roll and settle times, with the roll starting on an even
hour boundary, and then back to nominal roll and settled on the next even
hour boundary. A more detailed plan will be sent to APL.


COORDINATED OBSERVATIONS
------------------------

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Scheduled activities for Week 23:

M Jun 06 (157) Ahead: 720 kbps downlink on station 14
Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
T Jun 07 (158) Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
W Jun 08 (159) Ahead: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
T Jun 09 (160) Ahead: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
F Jun 10 (161) Ahead: 720 kbps downlink on station 14
Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
S Jun 11 (162) Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
S Jun 12 (163) Ahead: 720 kbps downlink on station 43
Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 43

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Scheduled activities for Week 24:

M Jun 13 (164) Ahead: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
T Jun 14 (165) Ahead: 720 kbps downlink on stations 63 and 14
Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
Ahead: Return-to-service track on station 34
W Jun 15 (166) Ahead: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
Ahead: Test of 160 kbps on station 25
Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
T Jun 16 (167) Ahead: 720 kbps downlink on station 43
F Jun 17 (168)
S Jun 18 (169)
S Jun 19 (170)

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Scheduled activities for Week 25:

M Jun 20 (171)
T Jun 21 (172)
W Jun 22 (173)
T Jun 23 (174)
F Jun 24 (175) Ahead: 720 kbps downlink on station 43
S Jun 25 (176)
S Jun 26 (177) Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Scheduled activities for Week 26:

M Jun 27 (178) Ahead: Switch downlink rate to 160 kbps, 480 kbps for 70 m
Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
T Jun 28 (179)
W Jun 29 (180) Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
T Jun 30 (181) Ahead: 480 kbps downlink on station 63
Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
F Jul 01 (182) Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
S Jul 02 (183) Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
S Jul 03 (184) Ahead: 480 kbps downlink on station 43

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Scheduled activities for Week 27:

M Jul 04 (185) Independence day
T Jul 05 (186) Ahead: 480 kbps downlink on stations 63 and 14
Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63
W Jul 06 (187) Ahead: 480 kbps downlink on stations 63 and 14
T Jul 07 (188) Ahead: 480 kbps downlink on station 14
F Jul 08 (189) Ahead: 480 kbps downlink on station 63
Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 43
S Jul 09 (190)
S Jul 10 (191) Behind: 720 kbps downlink on station 63

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Scheduled activities for Week 28:

M Jul 11 (192)
T Jul 12 (193) Behind: Momentum dump, 19:30 UT
Ahead: 480 kbps downlink on station 43
Behind: 720 kbps downlink on stations 43 and 63
W Jul 13 (194) Behind: Switch downlink rate to 160 kbps, 480 kbps for 70 m
HGA calibration, Ahead: 15:00 UT, Behind: 16:00 UT
T Jul 14 (195) Ahead: Momentum dump, 15:00 UT
Behind: 480 kbps downlink on station 43
F Jul 15 (196) Behind: 480 kbps downlink on stations 43 and 63
S Jul 16 (197) Ahead: 480 kbps downlink on station 43
S Jul 17 (198) Behind: 480 kbps downlink on station 43

Notes:

* Dawn expected to achieve orbit about Vesta around Jul 16.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Upcoming events:

2011:

* Jul 31 - Aug 12 Behind: Spacecraft rolls to observe comet Elenin

2012:

* Jan 11 Both: HGA calibration
* Jul DAWN - Vesta departure
* Jul 11 Both: HGA calibration
* Nov 4 Behind: Switch downlink rate to 120 kbps
* Nov 13 Total solar eclipse, south Pacific

2013:

* May 3 Ahead: Switch downlink rate to 120 kbps
* Dec 12 Ahead: Mercury transit

2014:

* Jan 20 Behind: End use of 480 kbps on 70 m DSN subnet
* Apr 21 Behind: Resume use of 480 kbps on 70 m DSN subnet
* Apr 29 Behind: Mercury transit
* Oct 15 Behind: End use of 480 kbps on 70 m DSN subnet

2015:

* Feb DAWN - Ceres arrival
* Jan 20 - Mar 28 (TBC) Behind: Spacecraft behind Sun
* Mar 17 - Jul 14 (TBC) Ahead: Spacecraft behind Sun
* Jul 2 Behind: Resume use of 480 kbps on 70 m DSN subnet
* Aug 25 - Oct 19 (TBC) Behind: Spacecraft behind Sun
* Sep 25 Behind: End use of 480 kbps on 70 m DSN subnet
* Jul DAWN - End of nominal mission

2016:

* Apr 3 Behind: Resume use of 480 kbps on 70 m DSN subnet

2017:

* Jul 11 Ahead: Switch downlink rate to 160 kbps
* Jul 22 Behind: Switch downlink rate to 160 kbps

2018:

* Mar 5 Ahead: Mercury transit

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