Unknown Red Planet And It’s Closest Moon In Giant Eruption


Author: Bruce Swartz Astronomer

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.

8 thoughts on “Unknown Red Planet And It’s Closest Moon In Giant Eruption”

  1. Since last year I have been watching videos about this object / planet that would start revealing it self around October. This has since become reality base on the honest research of you, and others. This is quite spectacular indeed. I am curious as to how much closer would it get to earth.

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    1. Hey bro Exactly Regis. If it is the fly by it should disappear and if not we will see it getting closer and well like the moon oh my God. I just realized something. The closer the asteroid will get. THE MORE IT WILL BE INVISIBLE LIKE THE MOON OH MY. Unless it arrives during the full moon it won’t.

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      1. Ya recent update on TC 4 was going to be 4,000 miles from the surface of Earth 😦 “TOO DAM CLOSE” is what NASA etc are saying LOLS The truth is They don’t know on how close it’ll come. If it comes in that close it could knock out some of the satellites i guess, have to check on the orbital distances of the satellites, Guess we’ll just have to see what happens, if it misses that’s great but if it hits anything? Close approach of the path of this rock goes across central Africa to South America…. So there’s a possible chance it could end up in the South Atlantic… BIG SPLASH!!!

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