November 7, 2013

NHK camera takes HI Vision footage of Comet ISON - Nov 8, 2013

Japanese broadcaster NHK attached a super hi-vision camera and a single-lens reflex to a one-meter telescope at an observatory in western Japan.

The camera caught a clear footage of Comet Ison approaching the sun.

The images are from the last week of October

From NASA no similar footage so far.

 

6 comments:

  1. "NASA has no similar footage". What good are they for?

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  2. Nasa is about as usefull as a drop of sweat off my nutz. Even when they DO find anything good or usefull they dont share it with general public and photo shop all pics before realease. Bunch of bitch clowns.

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  3. ISON IS EFFECTING SUN FLARES (EMP) THAT ARE THE POSSIBLE THE FORECASTED "KILL SHOT" THAT WILL KNOCK OUT ALL ELECTRONICS & ELECTRICITY. IT COULD TAKE YEARS TO GET POWER BACK UP. REMEMBER EVERYTHING ON EARTH THAT RUNS OFF ELECTRICS WILL NOT FUNCTION AND VERY LIKELY WILL BE DESTROYED BY OVER LOAD

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  4. AFTER ISON PASSES EARTH AS IT'S OUTBOUND TRIP THE EARTH MID DEC. WE WILL BE HAMMERED BY ASTERIODS, METERS AND STATIC ELECTRICITY .... IT WILL BE TERRIBLE ... THIS IS THE REASON EMERGENCY SUPPLIES AND PROTECTION PLANS NEED TO BE MADE. THIS NOT A PANIC CALL IT IS A PREPERATION CALL

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  5. My thoughts exactly, when ISON gets close to the sun the flares could reach levels that will knock out the worldwide power grid. Once that occurs the next phase of passing a shower of asteroids and meteors which we will find difficult to prevent or forecast with no power. Like you say, FEMA has been preparing for this period of time. They know more than they care to share. Get ready!

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  6. The comet is more solid than previously thought. It has gases trapped with in. It will more than likely explode on the other side of the sun. It has been let to run it's course. Where as other comets have been taken care of that posed more of a threat.

    It is always wise to prepare.

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