Somewhere in between the stars, there is an asteroid rushing toward Earth at speeds of 29,000 miles per hour. Actually, NASA Center for Near-Earth Object Studies It lists just a few of the asteroids that are expected to pass near the planet in the coming days, including four projectiles that scream their opening day Wednesday.
Although the four asteroids listed on Wednesday should pass close to Earth safely, they are still close enough to earn the designation “near-proximity” from NASA, which requires increased scrutiny and close monitoring by the group. The nearest asteroid (2021 BK1) will fly close to Earth at a similar distance that the moon is currently orbiting.
The largest “near approach” object that passes on opening day is 93 meters wide. In comparison, the Statue of Liberty is 93 meters high.
Inauguration Day also happens to be the day the Oval Office moves from President Donald Trump to former Vice President and current President-elect Joe Biden. At one point last year, the previous one Israeli space chief Haim Eshid claimed that Trump only knew of the aliens’ existenceBut he also indicated that his administration was part of a de facto federation of galaxies.
“ UFOs They asked not to publish that they are here, and humanity is not ready yet, “Ishid He told the newspaper (via The Jewish Press.) “[United States President Donald] Trump was close to revelations, but aliens in the Federation of Galaxies say: ‘Wait, let people calm down first. They don’t want to start a mass hysteria. First they want to make us reasonable and understanding. “
He added, “They were waiting for the development of mankind to reach a stage where we generally understand what space and spaceships are. There is an agreement between the US government and foreigners.” “They signed a contract with us to do experiments here. They are also searching and trying to understand the entire fabric of the universe, and they want us to be helpful. There is an underground base in the depths of Mars, where there are their representatives, as well as the American astronauts.”
He concluded, “If I had come to what I say today five years ago, I would have been hospitalized. Wherever I went with this in academia, they said, ‘The man has lost his mind. Today they are already speaking differently. I have nothing to lose. I have received it.’ My diplomas and awards, and I’m respected at universities abroad, where the trend changes too. “
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