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Russia loses contact with new weather satellite

Russia loses contact with new weather satellite

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Russian space agency Roscosmos says it cannot establish contact with a weather satellite just hours after it was launched from a new spaceport.

“During the first scheduled communication session with the space vehicle, contact has not been established because it is not on its planned orbit,” Roscosmos said in a statement on Tuesday, referring to the Meteor weather satellite.

“Information is currently being analyzed,” the statement added.

No further details were provided.

The Soyuz rocket carrying the Meteor satellite took off at 2:41 pm (0541 GMT) on Tuesday from Russia’s new Vostochny cosmodrome in the country’s far east.

“All the initial stages of the rocket’s flight went according (more…)

DON’T BELIEVE IN CHEMTRAILS AND WEATHER MANIPULATION YOU WILL AFTER THIS CONGRESSIONAL HEARING

DON’T BELIEVE IN CHEMTRAILS AND WEATHER MANIPULATION YOU WILL AFTER THIS CONGRESSIONAL HEARING

by Lisa Haven
LisaHaven.com

Nov 11, 2017

While skeptics continue to question the doom and gloom scenarios broadcast by anti-geoengineering activists, our skies continue to be pelted with harmful chemicals lighting up the internet world with both environmental and health concerns that are reaching epic proportions in society.

“There is evidence that they are spraying tons of nano-sized aluminum compounds. It has been demonstrated in the scientific and medical literature that nanosized particles are infinitely more reactive and induce intense inflammation in a number of tissues. Of special concern is the effect of these nanoparticles on the brain and spinal cord, as a growing list of neurodegenerative (more…)

The United States’ 10 most extreme weather events of 2016

The United States’ 10 most extreme weather events of 2016

In 2016, of all the weather events to affect the nation, four stood out: a hurricane, a flood, a drought and a blizzard. These four were historic and extreme, setting numerous records and affecting large areas. Unfortunately, they caused a great deal of suffering and economic losses.

Six other storm events, which were more localized, round out the top 10.

Tornadoes were not among this year’s most significant weather events. This year was, generally, a quiet year both in terms of the overall number of tornadoes and tornado fatalities.

Much more than wind, in 2016, water (or, in one case, lack of water) caused the lion’s share of weather-related deaths and damages.

As seven of the top 10 weather events involved extreme rainfall, and several (more…)

Weather out of whack: North Pole is 25F warmer than Bismarck, North Dakota

Weather out of whack: North Pole is 25F warmer than Bismarck, North Dakota

Experts warning its going to be a lot worse next week!

This morning at 9.am UST, Bismarck North Dakota USA recorded a temperature of minus 32.5C, minus 26.5F, which is 25F colder the North Pole which recorded its temperature at minus 17.3C, minus 1F. These kinds of temperatures are brutal and with the blizzard conditions North Dakota has suffered this week it has been truly treacherous.

Brutal cold lingering across the northern Plains thanks to an invasion of Arctic air. On Wednesday night, Dickinson, North Dakota, experienced an AccuWeather Real Feel Temperature of minus 39, while in Casper, Wyoming, the actual temperature plummeted to minus 33. And it will get worse, if you thought it was cold in the US this week well, (more…)

More weird weather hits Australia; snow falls in Tasmania just days ahead of summer

More weird weather hits Australia; snow falls in Tasmania just days ahead of summer

Just when you think the weather in Australia can’t get any weirder, it always manages to, and then some.

With summer merely days away it has begun to snow in Tasmania.

Footage shows snow falling in our southern most state late Wednesday afternoon has gone viral and left internet users stunned.

The footage was uploaded to the Tasmanian Rover Ski Club social media accounts as a possible last minute push for potential ski bunnies to flock to the slopes.

“It is only 7 days until summer though you would not think that on Ben Lomond late this afternoon,” the post reads.

The footage has been viewed over 170,000 times since it was first posted.

The temperature today in Tasmania will reach a low of 7 degrees.

Tasmanians could (more…)

Another one bites the dust: Third USAF weather satellite breaks up in orbit

Another one bites the dust: Third USAF weather satellite breaks up in orbit

A third U.S. Air Force weather satellite that launched more than 20 years ago has broken up in orbit, Air Force Space Command disclosed Monday evening.

Air Force officials confirmed the breakup of the long-retired Defense Meteorological Satellite Program Flight 12 satellite (DMSP F-12) after the Joint Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, detected an additional object orbiting alongside the 22-year-old satellite.

DMSP F-12, which the Air Force retired from service in 2008, had the same battery assembly that was implicated in the February 2015 breakup of DMSP F-13.

While both satellites were built by Lockheed Martin and launched less than a year apart, DMSP F-13 was still in service when it suffered (more…)

Hurricane Matthew: Weather service issues dire warning

Hurricane Matthew: Weather service issues dire warning

Hurricane Matthew: Weather service issues dire warning | 07 Oct 2016 | The National Weather Service is not mincing words about powerful Hurricane Matthew. The agency’s Melbourne, Florida, office warned Thursday night that homes and buildings in central Florida “may be uninhabitable for weeks or months.” The effects of the storm will be unlike any hurricane in decades, the weather service said.

Source: Hurricane Matthew: Weather service issues dire warning

2016 is already a year of extreme weather disasters for the United States

2016 is already a year of extreme weather disasters for the United States

The United States has already seen some of the most extreme weather disasters this year, and 2016 is only half over.

Just this week, the Blue Cut wildfire raged in Southern California, destroying dozens of houses and forcing over 80,000 residents to evacuate.

Also recently, at least 11 people were reported to have died from the catastrophic flooding in south Louisiana. About 30,000 people have been rescued since Friday, when heavy rains started to submerge communities. The flood, which is said to be one of the worst in Louisiana history, had damaged at least 40,000 homes.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently released a report saying that as of July 2016, weather disasters have already caused (more…)