Wednesday, 7 August 2013

The Winged Planet 2 - Events in New Zealand Point To Nibiru




http://www.tepapa.govt.nz/whatson/exhibitions/pages/wings.aspx


Related posts from 2011:


NIBIRU - NASA AND US GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS ARRIVE IN 

Published on Jul 21, 2013
by MrSTAGAZER

NASA ARRIVE IN NZ WITH A POWERFUL TELESCOPE ABOARD PLANE OBSERVATION CRAFT AT A COST OF COUNTLESS BILLIONS OF DOLLARS... STILL DON'T BELIEVE SOMETHING IS HAPPENING?



Full Moon NZ.  23 Jul 2013  @ 06:16

NIBIRU - TWO SUNS CLEARLY RISING Jul 29 2013 - THIS IS INS


Published on Jul 29, 2013
by MrSTAGAZER

COME ON GUYS.. THIS IS CLEAR..........


NASA SOFIA RUNNING MISSIONS FROM NEW ZEALAND - SO

Published on Aug 4, 2013
by MrSTAGAZER

The Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (SOFIA) is a joint project of NASA and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) to construct and maintain an airborne observatory. NASA awarded the contract for the development of the aircraft, operation of the observatory and management of the American part of the project to the Universities Space Research Association (USRA) in 1996. The DSI (Deutsches SOFIA Institut) manages the German parts of the project which are primarily science and telescope related. SOFIA's telescope saw first light on May 26, 2010. SOFIA is the successor to the Kuiper Airborne Observatory.


SOFIA is based on a Boeing 747SP wide-body aircraft that has been modified to include a large door in the aft fuselage that can be opened in flight to allow a 2.5 meter diameter reflecting telescope access to the sky. This telescope is designed for infrared astronomy observations in the stratosphere at altitudes of about 41,000 feet (about 12 km). SOFIA's flight capability allows it to rise above almost all of the water vapor in the Earth's atmosphere, which blocks some infrared wavelengths from reaching the ground. At the aircraft's cruising altitude, 85% of the full infrared range will be available. The aircraft can also travel to almost any point on the Earth's surface, allowing observation from the northern and southern hemispheres.



Once ready for use, observing flights are expected to be flown 3 or 4 nights a week for the next 20 years. SOFIA is now based at NASA's Dryden Aircraft Operations Facility at LA/Palmdale Regional Airport, California, while staff at NASA Ames Research Center, in Mountain View, California, operate the SOFIA Science Center where astronomical observation missions are planned for the flying observatory


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