Why NASA will Fire Three Rockets at The Solar Eclipse

(Because they're aholes!)

The space agency's project, Atmospheric Perturbations Around The Eclipse Path, will investigate how that drop in sunlight and temperature affects Earth's upper atmosphere. APEP is named after the serpent deity from ancient Egyptian mythology, nemesis of the sun deity Ra , according to NASA.

NASA has announced it will fire three scientific sounding rockets into the moon’s shadow on Monday, April 8 during a partial solar eclipse across North America.

In what will be a total solar eclipse for a 115 miles-wide path through parts of Mexico, 15 U.S. states and Canada and a partial solar eclipse for the entire Americas, the event will see a sudden drop in sunlight.

Serpent Deity

The space agency’s project, Atmospheric Perturbations Around The Eclipse Path, will investigate how that drop in sunlight and temperature affects Earth’s upper atmosphere. APEP is named after the serpent deity from ancient Egyptian mythology, nemesis of the sun deity Ra, according to NASA.

NASA’s suborbital rockets won’t launch into totality. Instead they’ll go from Wallops Flight Facility in Wallops Island, Virginia, from where 81% of the sun will be blocked by the moon. That moment will happen at 15:33 EST, though the eclipse will take part between 14:06 and 16:33.

Moon Shadow

However, this won’t be the first simultaneous measurements taken from different locations in a very special layer of Earth’s atmosphere during a solar eclipse.

On Saturday, October 14 at 10:00 a.m, 10:35 a.m and 11:10 a.m. MT, the same three rockets were launched into the moon’s shadow during another partial solar eclipse. They launched from White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, where a 90% partial solar eclipse took place, reached altitudes of 216 miles, 219 miles and 218 miles.

All three scientific payloads were successfully recovered to be reflown from Wallops Flight Facility for the second part of the APEP experiment.
Just as from New Mexico, the rockets will launch before, during and after the peak of the eclipse.

“Each rocket will eject four secondary instruments the size of a two-liter soda bottle that also measure the same data points, so it's similar to results from fifteen rockets, while only launching three,” said Aroh Barjatya, a professor of engineering physics at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Florida, where he directs the Space and Atmospheric Instrumentation Lab.

Rapid Ripples

The point of APEP is to look for perturbations—changes in the Earth’s atmosphere—during the eclipse, with four small scientific instruments measuring changes in electric and magnetic fields, density and temperature. The rockets will enter the ionosphere, where the air becomes electric. It’s here that ions and electrons wax and wane in temperature and density at sunrise and sunset. It’s expected that the sun will see waves ripple through the ionosphere.

“It’s an electrified region that reflects and refracts radio signals, and also impacts satellite communications as the signals pass through,” said Barjatya. “Understanding the ionosphere and developing models to help us predict disturbances is crucial to making sure our increasingly communication-dependent world operates smoothly.”

National Geographic

"Why do many reasonable people doubt science?
Doubters have declared war on the consensus of experts."

National Geographic condemns those "empowered by their own source of information - and their own interpretations of research, maintaining that the ONLY truth to be found is amongst the consensus of the experts!"

Why should we not just blindly trust science -

  1. Payments $$. Big banks $$.
    Lies$$ Fraud $$ Pharmakea
    Alchemy Special interests etc.

For example 14th Century astronomers thought the earth was the center of the universe - because -
Well that's what the Church wanted you to believe!

Here's another reason 17th Century Dr. s thought that rubbing chicken dung into your scalp would cure baldness!

Prior to the 1950's scientists thought proteins carried out heredity​:thinking:

Until the 19th Century Dr. s thought that infection was caused by bad air!

Scientists claimed up until the 1950's
cigarettes are good for you! :face_with_spiral_eyes:

They even had a machine to pump tobacco smoke up your arse! :face_with_open_eyes_and_hand_over_mouth:

National Geographic should not be questioning why people DO NOT trust science after it's own "Piltdown Chicken" scandal!
How Fake Fossils Pervert Paleontology [Excerpt] | Scientific American.

Put your trust in The Lord

“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge” (Proverbs 1:7). There’s one place we must start our quest for knowledge—God’s Word. Otherwise, we can easily be seduced by false ideas masquerading as truth.

Most contemporary scientists who discuss these foundational issues are immersed in “science [knowledge] falsely so called” because they exclude divine revelation about Creation, the Curse, and the Flood.

Knowledge that is based on ultimate truth, then, can only be provided by God the Creator, who knows everything and is the source of truth. Christ, the God-Man, said, “I am . . . the truth” (John 14:6). Note that He not only speaks truth; He is the truth! Thus, any claim to knowledge that contradicts what Christ said and what God’s Word says is false.

  • Technology - Science / false knowledge which is destroying the planet.

1 Timothy 5:20 O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane [and] vain babblings, and OPPOSITIONS OF SCIENCE (knowledge) FALSELY SO CALLED:

Enoch 68:16 But by this, THEIR KNOWLEDGE (science - 1 Tim. 5:20), THEY PERISH, and by this also its power consumes them.

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Return of the ‘Devil Comet’ to align with 2024 eclipse

Adding to the growing excitement surrounding the 2024 total solar eclipse is the return of Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks, also known as the “Devil Comet.”

The comet’s name derives from its hornlike appearance, which some “Star Wars” fans have also likened to the Millennium Falcon, according to NASA.

The comet, known both for its distorted shape and recent explosive outbursts, orbits the Sun once every 71.2 years, according to Astronomy Magazine, comparable to Halley’s Comet.

The return of the “Devil Comet” is especially thrilling for many skywatchers, as experts project that it will be visible during the Great American Eclipse, thanks to the darkness of totality.

If you want to see the comet at night before it moves to the daytime sky April 2, the last 10 days of March are the best viewing window, said Chodas and Fanocchia, who also recommended traveling away from bright city lights and using binoculars to get the best view.


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NASA will be launching rockets named after an Egyptian snake deity during the event.

The NASA mission, known as Atmospheric Perturbations around the Eclipse Path or APEP, was given the acronym in honor of the “serpent deity from ancient Egyptian mythology,” who was a “nemesis of the Sun deity Ra.”

CERN Particle Accelerator To Go Live During Solar Eclipse After Two Year Hiatus


the Congos - Ark Of The Covenant

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the Congos--Rock of Gibralter

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"Eclipse Conspiracy"

The upcoming April 8 eclipse is unusual and may not be all natural. This very well may be a part of Project Bluebeam. PB could be playing out in ways not expected or anticipated as described in the alternative-media for many years since the first disclosure by the French-Canadian man. I and another in, February 2024, the day of that AT&T cell phone outage, heard something very unusual in the sky above our heads. The AT&T outage was approximately 12-hours long and the bizarre sound we heard in the sky above our heads was nearing the end of that outage when the cell phone service was restored. It sounded like a very loud diesel engine, but it was not on the road and it was coming from the sky. It was a totally cloudy day and thus nothing was seen when looking up. It was so loud that it was thought whatever it was must be very large. The sound was stationary, lasted about 2-minutes and then abruptly stopped. Having not been able to visualize anything, perhaps nothing was there except the sound itself! But, generally when a sound like that is heard it is understood it is coming from something that is making that sound. Very weird!

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Around the 00:50 mark, the news anchor says "there's an eclipse when I say there is an eclipse". Interesting.



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