UPDATE! – January 4, 2023 NASA publishes propaganda piece called “ HAARP antenna array attempts to look inside a passing asteroid with radio waves. Some people think HAARP was built to trigger natural disasters, but it may, in fact, help to save Earth one day”, and would you believe it? THEY EMPLOY FICTION WRITERS TO LIE TO EARTH’S HUMAN CITIZENS. The ONLY REASON FOR HAARP is domination of this world (a realm, not a planet, for we live in a geocentric system beneath the firmament “Van Allen Belts”) and prevent Rapture and Yeshua’s Second Coming and the destruction of all evil. READ THE LATEST LIES HERE https://www.space.com/haarp-peers-inside-asteroid
FALLEN ANGELS PLAY THEIR HAARPS TO THE NIBIRU SYSTEM (reblog with commentary)
Be aware of the meaning of this, done on the day a G1 geomagnetic storm is occurring. This article shared here is significant to bear in mind as what is happening ensues (mankind has not been mind-wiped again yet since the previous Younger Dryas event).
Original article: HAARP Pings a Near-Earth Asteroid
December 26, 2022, spaceweatherarchive.com
Researchers from NASA and the University of Alaska are about to perform an unusual radar experiment. They’re going to ping a near-Earth asteroid using shortwave radio. The target is a 500-ft-wide space rock named “2010 XC15.” When it passes by Earth on Tuesday, Dec. 27th, the HAARP array in Alaska will hit it with a pulse of 9.6 MHz radio waves.
Radio astronomers ping asteroids all the time. What’s unusual about this experiment is the frequency: 9.6 MHz is hundreds of times lower than typical S-band and X-band frequencies used by other asteroid radars. The goal is to probe the asteroid’s interior.
Lead investigator Mark Haynes of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) explains: “The low frequencies we are using can penetrate the asteroid, unlike S-band or X-band frequencies which reflect mostly off of the surface. Ultimately the idea is to use echoes to form tomographic images of asteroid interiors.”
Knowing the internal structure of an asteroid could come in handy — especially if you need to destroy it. 2010 XC15 poses no threat 770,000 km from Earth. Tomorrow’s experiment is proof-of-concept for a scarier object: Asteroid Apophis, which will buzz Earth closer than many satellites on April 13, 2029. If shortwave asteroid radar works for 2010 XC15, it should work for Apophis, too, giving planetary defense experts key data about the asteroid’s vulnerabilities.
HAARP will transmit a continually chirping signal to asteroid 2010 XC15 at slightly above and below 9.6 MHz. The chirp will repeat at two-second intervals. The University of New Mexico Long Wavelength Array near Socorro, NM, and the Owens Valley Radio Observatory Long Wavelength Array near Bishop, CA, will receive the reflected signal. “This will be the lowest frequency asteroid radar observation ever attempted,” notes Lance Benner, a co-investigator from JPL. If the experiment works it could mark a significant advance in asteroid radar.