Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer is a NASA infrared-wavelength astronomical Space Telescope.


The Photo I shared on top here is an unknown planet with structures and tunnels on it. Yes I took this photo. Space X Falcon was launched hours after my video with animation of the Space X space craft I made present in my video. . I created an animation of a cargo ship bringing goods to Astronauts and I think that is why I was shut down. The video the next day I posted for those who remember was about different wavelengths and objects we cannot see. This is what Neowise was designed and used for. Quite the coincidence The NEOWISE mission uses a space telescope to hunt for asteroids and comets, including those that could pose a threat to Earth. During the planned four-year survey — from December 2013 through 2017 — NEOWISE will rapidly identify and characterize near-Earth objects, gathering data on their size and other key measurements.  This is what I have been doing and posting atleast a couple asteroids before it was even on the news.  I guess they didn’t like that.

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Hello I am studying Astro Physics, Astronomy and the stars. Planets, Celestial bodies like Asteroids and Comets. Deep sky (Messier Objects) I have a unique technique in editing and capturing planets both far and near. My name is Bruce Swartz. I am An Amateur Astronomer...Welcome.

One thought on “Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer is a NASA infrared-wavelength astronomical Space Telescope.”

  1. The asteroids I get in the sky are numerous. They come in pretty close but our camera’s cannot see them most often. This is why they are using infrared, So all they have to do is send a satellite far out as far as they can go. Aim for a bright area with a lot of light from stars and look far out for asteroids and not just that. The Debris field around the Asteroid is whats most dangerous even if the asteroid passes safely by Earth. Something is up. I know it. August.

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