UPDATE #3: Asteroid to Hit – Possibly 25 September 2016

UPDATE #3: Asteroid to Hit – Possibly 25 September 2016



From: [Name Withheld]

Date: 19 September 2016

To: William Costellia

Subject: Re: Resend2 OK to put on web: New Update: re: Object – space detonations w/ additional detail

On Sep 18, 2016, [Name Withheld] wrote:

Dear William

Begin forwarded message:

From: [Name Withheld]

Date: September 18, 2016

To: William Costellia

Subject: New Update: re: Object – space detonations w/ additional detail

Dear William,

Here is the latest information: w/ additional detail:

Sept 17 Important Update – Space Detonation(s):

A fresh sighting, of a short lived bright illumination, has been confirmed. The dimensions and shape of the bright illumination indicates a wide debris field, as it had an oblong and rough shape & tilted (i.e. debris field shape tilted with respect to the horizon).

This sighting was less than 2 days ago. A followup of the exact location 24hrs later confirmed that the illumination was not present (not an artifact).

It is believed that this illumination was from a distant space detonation of a direct hit of the “object”. However, this was not the first “detonation” … information and data indicate 3 and possibly 4 space detonations have occurred.

Earth Referenced coordinates:

The direction of this illuminated “debris field” was in the Earth’s northern hemisphere view, observed at sunrise Pacific Daylight Time (U.S. PDT), at an angle – to the stars – of approximately 42 degrees north (earth plane Latitude intersecting to object).

The location was from the northern Pacific Coast Range, to the nearest town, is 45° 35′ 11″ N 123° 12′ 53″ W. This data confirms that the object is approaching from a sun light illuminated direction (from a low angle “sun approach”).

This is an approach angle (to both the northern and southern hemisphere) where CCD saturation of telescope cameras prevent observation of low light objects from space, such as an asteroid, this late in an “incoming state”.

Two “deflection” detonations:

Tracking data of this object has shown two distinct changes in its vector trajectory eight days ago and thirteen days ago. The prior nine+ days had a consistent and straight trajectory – minus a very small arc.

Both of these trajectory changes, considered “deflection detonations”, were in the same direction (indicating – “to vector the object on a path away from earth”).

(note: the indicator that these were “nuclear surface detonations”, for deflection, is due to the subsequent degree of change in direction relative to the size of the object.)

The first “deflection detonation” resulted in a change in a slight, but a consistent new vector heading.

The second “deflection detonation” (approximately 5 days later) was more dramatic with nearly 3 times greater resulting vector heading change compared to the first.

Following the second deflection, the object started a curve in its direction back towards earth, most likely from it getting closer and experiencing the influence of earth’s gravity well.

It should be noted that, In both of these “deflections”, the object maintained its original “size”.

Third detonation – direct hit:

The third detonation was significant and was a direct hit. The object split in two large pieces (at least two).

It is possible that there was another “direct” hit – or a fourth detonation – shortly after this – as the debris field sighting shows a further maturity and widening to the distribution than the information/data immediately after the third detonation (first “direct hit”).

Earth intercept date:

With all of the recent deltaV (velocity) changes induced into the “object”, it will require further observation to provide a new “best estimate”.

Some slowing had been observed, and was later confirmed to be caused by the first deflection detonation. A calculation estimate of this first slight slowing, shifted the earth intercept solution(s) from Sept 25 out to up to a week.

However, with the additional deflection detonations, the direct hit detonations, and the new acceleration into earth’s gravity well, this will create an uncertainty that can only be determined by days of new observational information/data.

Note: A possibility exists that the illumination of a wide distribution of the debris may give a very short advance warning, even in the daytime – depending on clear skies.

Fragmentation & debris creates a spread of time and locations regarding possible earth impacts:

Do not rely on early morning – it could be at different time(s).

Due to the effects of the detonations, and the glimpse of the size and shape of the debris field, the incoming impact possibilities include a wide range of what time of day and the northern/southern latitude(s) of earth that are at risk.

——–> This all could be instantly cleared up if those in the know were to come forward publicly.

Tsunami Danger to the Eastern United States:

Up to 400ft high waves could reach certain locations/cities on the Eastern US coast if the size, velocity, and location of a fragment were to strike in the Atlantic Ocean, per a worst case simulation from UCSC.

UCSC (University of California Santa Cruz) has performed computer simulations on tsunami wave heights to the eastern U.S. coastline in the event of an Asteroid fragment striking in the Atlantic.

see “http://news.ucsc.edu/2003/05/355.html“. This article was based on a simulation of a particular future asteroid striking in the Atlantic.

East Coast U.S. bases:

It is possible that, to protect U.S. military assets along the Eastern US coast bases, military ships and aircraft will be shifted to safe locations.

— UCSC article clips

March 16, 2880, is the day the asteroid known as 1950 DA, a huge rock two-thirds of a mile in diameter, is due to swing so close to Earth it could slam into the Atlantic Ocean at 38,000 miles per hour.

… Ward and Asphaug’s study is part of a general effort to conduct a rational assessment of asteroid impact hazards. Asphaug, who organized a NASA-sponsored scientific workshop on asteroids last year, …

… Two hours after impact, 400-foot waves reach beaches from Cape Cod to Cape Hatteras, and by four hours after impact the entire East Coast has experienced waves at least 200 feet high, Ward said. It takes 8 hours for the waves to reach Europe, where they come ashore at heights of about 30 to 50 feet.

— end article clips

God Bless


From: [Name Withheld]

Date: 19 September 2016

To: William Costellia

Subject: Re: Sept 18 update (to be put up on web)

Dear William,

Sept 18 Important Update – Early Asteroid fragment(s) may arrive sooner from Space Detonation “deflection attempts”

It is very possible that an early arrival of an asteroid fragment or fragments may occur days sooner than the main body of the larger pieces of the asteroid.

This would be from the two prior “deflection detonations” (see Sept 17 update). A “deflection” detonation would be on the side of the asteroid at a desired deflection angle to the heading of the asteroid.

The degree of movement, or deflection result of the object, after the detonation* likely would eject fragments at a lateral angle or angles at a higher velocity than the velocity of the main body.

This boost of momentum to the fragment or fragments would be equal to (main object velocity + energy boost in momentum/speed to fragment/fragments) based on the energy transfer & dislodge resistance of the detonation*

The world should watch for such asteroid/meteor events days prior to the original estimated Sept 25 date. This could serve as an early warning to the world and the people that the main body of the asteroid is to follow.

Note: *As the recently observed detonations caused a sudden trajectory shift of the incoming “object”, it should be noted that NASA’s “Near-Earth Object Survey and Deflection Analysis of Alternatives” 2007 report, reveals that the most effective deflection movement is through the use of a surface contact or subsurface penetrating of a “nuclear bomb detonation”.

God Bless