Tuesday, February 9, 2010

The Planet Pluto is getting Brighter and Brighter and NASA Buries their Head in the Sand

Pluto is ready for its closeup.

It's Pluto like you've never seen it before – up close and colorful, courtesy of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope.

The images released Thursday reveal that Pluto seems to be getting brighter around its northern polar region and more red-colored in general over a two-year period; but the reasons are mysteries for now.

Some researchers theorize the sphere’s dark, molasses color is residue possibly created by ultraviolet radiation from the faraway sun breaking up methane in Pluto's atmosphere. A composite video of the icy cold dwarf planet’s rotation was also captured by the Hubble.

There were crude photos taken of the planet by its discoverer in 1929, but there have never been any shots as revealing as the several hundred Hubble images taken between 2002 and 2003.

It took scientists four years and 20 computers to analyze and sharpen the pictures of the world - 3.5 billion miles from the sun.

These recent images are a just a preview of Pluto, which is due to be visited by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft in 2015. Launched in 2006, the spacecraft is equipped to take a much closer look, map the sphere’s surface and analyze its atmosphere.

In addition to a cargo of high-tech equipment, the spacecraft is carrying some remains of Pluto discoverer Clyde Tombaugh on its trip across the universe.

Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/2010/02/05/2010-02-05_pluto_gets_a_closeup_pictures_show_the_planet_looking_reddish_brighter_than_befo.html


This is a perfect example of NASA covering up information. In accordance with David Wilcock's research and findings, he has discovered that all the planets in our solar system are undergoing massive planetary warming. This only proves the data a step further. NASA obviously isn't talking and simply wishes to bury their head in the sand in regards to planetary changing patterns. Once again, this shows that our solar system is dramatically changing even at its farthest reaches. I highly recommend checking out David Wilcock's "A New World If You Can Take It" Seminar or his "Awake and Aware" Seminar through Project Camelot in September of 2009 as he speaks more on this. You can also find more of this data in the Module 5 segment of Approaching Critical Mass.