The 3 Mysteries of the Comet 67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko. Sounds and transmitters on the surface?
The Rosetta Space Probe , was launched into space on March 2, 2004, since then it has traveled a long 14-year journey through our Solar System, traveling more than 6.400 million kilometers, making up its space mission with the encounter of the “Comet 67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko “ , with which he took his first sighting on August 06, 2014 at a distance of 100 kilometers from Comet 67P, generating a subsequent approach to the comet, where he made his first photograph on September 15, 2014, at a distance of 30 Kilometers of the comet, finalizing the final contact with the deployment of its ” Philae landing module” that landed on November 12, 2014 on the “Zone J” place called ” Agilkia”, which is located at the head of the comet, since this one is double lobed.
The landing confirmation signal from the Philae lander was transmitted through the Rosetta probe to the earth, arriving at the Earth Space Stations of the ESA or European Space Agency, NASA in Madrid, Spain, as well as the Center. of Space Operations of the ESA, ESOC located in Darmstadt, Germany, and the Lander Control Center of the DLR in Cologne, Germany and the Operations and Navigation Center of the Space Agency CNES of Toulouse in France.
The Space Organizing Center was conferred by the ESA or European Space Agency , under the direction of the Director General Jean-Jacques Dordain , who immediately upon landing of the Philae lander and at a press conference said: “ Our ambitious Rosetta mission has been assured a place in the history books, not only is it the first to encounter a comet orbiting it, but it is also the first to offer a landing, by means of a module on the surface of a comet. “
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE COMET.
This comet has the following characteristics:
- It is formed with double lobed .
- It is clear from the images that are full of rocks, cliffs, great precipices, huge wells that shoot jets of gas and dust that emanates from the surface of the comet.
- The comet will reach the closest distance to the Sun on August 13, 2015 approaching a distance of 185 million kilometers, that is, it will be between the Planet Mars and Earth.
- It has a short orbit period, less than 20 years, since it maintains a low inclination, since its orbit is controlled by the gravity of Planet Jupiter, so it belongs to the family of Jupiter’s Comets.
The Astronomers Klim Churyumov and Svetlana Gerasimenko, together with the Director General of the ESA Project Jean-Jacques Dordain.
The Philae lander will begin the study of the comet by measuring and recovering data on the electrical and mechanical characteristics of the Comet 67P rocky surface, as well as low frequency radio signals emitted by the comet. These data will then be sent to the land bases.
There are thousands of comets that fly around or around our Solar System , all these comets being potential targets for their study by the ESA Space Probes, since what this organization pursues is to generate missions of exploration and study of comets and planets of the System Solar.
The Comet 67P / CHURYUMOV-GERASIMENKO, was discovered in 1969 by the Astronomers of the Institute of Astronomy, Klim Churyumov and Svetlana Gerasimenko , of Alma-Ata in Kazakhstan in Kiev.
THE 3 MYSTERIES OF THE COMET .
First Mystery of the Comet.
But Comet 67P / CHURYUMOV-GERASIMENKO is not free of mystery since ESA and NASA confirmed having received strange acoustic signals, coming from the Comet, and even provided the public with the sounds of the comet. These emissions or acoustic signals conform to the oscillation in the magnetic field and with a calibration of 40-50 millihertz or a frequency very low or lower than the human ear.
These radio acoustic signals were first recorded by NASA in the 1990s, as stated by this organization, but it is even believed that since 1969 there was already evidence of the emission of acoustic signals by the comet, since when discovered the comet came precisely for the signal issued and for its sound typology, generating great curiosity to the Astronomers and other space agencies, generating the subsequent sending of the Rosetta Space Probe.
Scott Waring quoted an anonymous person who wrote to the ESA referring to the acoustic signal, denouncing the true intention of the Rosetta mission that was the sound that was captured in 1969, when the comet was discovered. In this anonymous it was declared that:
- Comet 67P is not exactly a comet.
- Twenty years ago, NASA detected unknown radio waves.
- The object of the mission of NASA and ESA is to investigate this strange sound of the comet.
- The anonymous is from a former ESA worker.
- The comet can vary its trajectory voluntarily.
Anonymous message received, and where he identifies himself as a former ESA worker. Is this document true?
We should ask:
- The Space Probe has generated an enormous economic and personal expense, simply to visit an unknown and distant comet, existing different and more visible?
- Or did you have some kind of information about the Comet 6P that forged enormous curiosity generating the sending of a Space Probe, to know what happens in the comet?
- To spend 14 years traveling through space to reach a totally unknown Comet?
- Something indicated that it would be interesting to travel to that place and meet the comet to find out what circumstances concur in it?
- These Spatial projects that cost millions of Dollars or Euros, should be profitable with some kind of beneficial research, do not go by simply go, no?
The Song of the Comet. Singin Comet.
Second Mystery of the Comet.
On August 15, 2014 , the first close-up photograph of the Comet was taken , some 30 kilometers away, and prior to landing. From these images several strange objects emerge:
- Transmitters of Radio Signals. It is possible to visualize very clearly two objects that resemble signal transmitters, in the top or head of the comet.
- A Ufo-Tubular Ufo on the top of the Comet’s head. This tubular UFO of large proportions is clearly visualized.
- Two other alleged UFOs. These UFOs located on the right side of the image.
- Object floating on the surface of the comet.
ORIGINAL IMAGE TAKEN IN SEPTEMBER 2014 BY THE ROSETTA PROBE.
ESA_Rosetta_NAVCAM_20140910_C. An approach
Expand the image and see the top of the comet. It is displayed without difficulty. A radio wave transmitter? This was already before the Rosetta arrived and left his Philae module.
In the upper right part of the image you can see this strange body that could easily be defined as a tubular UFO-UFO.
In the central part of the original image of the comet, you can see this strange artifact that seems to be held in the air or that practically does not touch the ground. Notice that it leaves a shadow on the ground, so the object is real.
In the right center of the image you can see these two objects, also strange, that can not be defined or specified, but if it is in the depths of space, could it be a pair of UFOs?
Third Mystery of the Comet.
The PHILAE lander landed in the “J” zone of Comet 67P. On August 25, 2014 ESA chose 5 possible landing sites for its Philae module, for which they selected Zones A, B, C, D, and J. Finally, Landing Zone “J” was decided. on November 12, 2014.
Photography protocol number 1408990466732.
The most surprising thing is that the Philae module is located in a more shaded area, this will prevent it from supplying itself with sunlight, so it will stay in hibernation and quickly complete its mission.
Why do they send spacecraft with a 14-year trip to finally land on an area that prevents them from self-procuring solar energy and therefore be in technical hibernation?
These are the zones that were chosen for the possible landings of the Philae module. They decided at the end for the Zone “J” that you can see it in the image and it does not coincide with the places of the previous photographs.
This is Zone “J” where the Philae module finally descended.
DETAILS OF THE ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPH OF COMET 67P.
- Title Comet on September 10, 2014 – NavCam
- Release 11/09/2014 17:30.
- Copyright ESA / Rosetta / NavCam
- Description; Four images of the NavCam, generating a mosaic of Comet 67P / Churyumov-Gerasimenko, made on September 10, when Rosetta was at a distance of 27.8 km from the comet.
DESCENT OF THE PHILAE7ROSETTA MODULE ON THE SURFACE OF THE COMET 67P.
The image of the descent was taken with an angular camera of OSIRIS, where it shows the landing module of the Rosetta / Philae, producing the separation of the probe at 08:35 GMT (09:35 CET), generating a confirmation signal of landing and arriving at Earth at 09:03 GMT (10:03 CET).
Director General of ESA: Jean-Jacques Dordain.
Scientist of the Project of the ESA: Matt Taylor.
Here images of the propaganda video of the arrival of the Rosetta Probe and the landing of its Philae module, carried out by the ESA.