(INTELLIHUB) — Hundreds of governments around the world have brought their citizenry into total and complete martial law-style lockdown ahead of an anticipated and possible extinction-level event (ELE) of biblical proportions.
In the name of “the invisible enemy” known as COVID-19 over one half of the world’s population remains locked into their homes as a 3.5-mile wide planetary killer asteroid 1998 OR2 and a comet C/2019 Y4 (ATLAS) half the size of the Sun and 5 times the size of Jupiter make their close approach to earth on April 29.
And if that is not enough, the same university that tracks the number of COVID-19 cases worldwide on a live interactive map is also the same university that diverts the trajectory of near-earth objects (NEO) asteroids away from the earth, as I reported in my latest bombshell report titled World locked down, braced for impact? Johns Hopkins University controls COVID-19 case map and trajectory of NEO asteroids, comets.
As of last year, “NASA has detected that one of the largest known potentially hazardous asteroids will approach Earth less than a year from now. Depending on several factors in space, the approaching planet-killer asteroid could end up on a path straight to Earth,” IB Times reports.
Close approach on April 29
From IB Times: (emphasis mine)
The approaching asteroid has been identified by the space agency as 1998 OR2. It was first discovered on June 30, 1987, and is known to frequently approach the orbits of Earth and Jupiter. It was classified as an Amor asteroid, which means its orbit covers both the Sun and Earth.
As indicated by NASA’s asteroid tracking department, which is known as the Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), 1998 OR2 has an estimated diameter of 13,500 feet. Given its size, the asteroid is longer than the National Mall in Washington D.C., which stretches from the Capitol Building to the Lincoln Memorial.
According to CNEOS, 1998 OR2 will fly past Earth on April 29, 2020, at 5:56 am EDT….
Asteroid orbital elements and physical perimeters:
The NEO asteroid’s variable data reveals a direct strike with Earth is possible.
View close approach data here.
Several days ago a meteor the size of a fist impacted the Earth in Nigeria and the event went unreported for the most part.
Apparently a meteorite the size of a fist impacted Earth in Nigeria yesterday at 53K mph. It left a rather large crater. Why didn't the media report this? @FoxNews @CNN @MSNBC#meteor pic.twitter.com/dQyHNs31OA
— Silence_Is_Golden (@martin_r_taylor) April 1, 2020
As a caveat…
According to a press release issued by the John Hopkins Physics Laboratory on Nov. 6, 2019: “The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) team building NASA’s first planetary defense test mission — the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) — has completed two key mission reviews that bring DART steps closer to the challenging task of diverting an asteroid.”
“DART will be the first mission to demonstrate asteroid deflection using a kinetic impactor technique. This will involve autonomously piloting the APL-built spacecraft into an asteroid at roughly 4 miles (or about 6.5 kilometers) per second. The ultimate objective is to measure the resulting change in orbit of the small moon Didymos B around the primary asteroid, Didymos A. The asteroid system will be nearly 7 million miles (11 million kilometers) from Earth when DART arrives, and no threat to the planet, but its proximity makes it ideal for collecting ground-based observations before and after impact,” the press release states.
Moreover, the statement says it’s “all systems go” in April of 2020 meaning that the project will “move forward.”
Remember When Trump Stated That This Would All Magically Disappear In The Month Of April? I Wonder If This Is What He Was Referring To On The Sly! pic.twitter.com/KpvOgoMQLb
— OctoberReignz (@0ctoberReignz) April 3, 2020
Are you #BracedForImpact?