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European Space Agency to Hold Near-Earth Conference Regarding Planetary Collissions, on Sept 29 also

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posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 03:04 AM

Warsaw conference to spotlight "Space Situational Awareness"

Date: Thursday, September 29, 2011

"Participants will include senior managers, policy-makers and scientists from ESA, ESA Member States, the EU, European institutions and international partner organisations.

About ESA's "SSA Preparatory Programme"

The objective of the SSA programme is to support Europe's independent use of, and access to, space through the provision of timely and accurate information, data and services regarding the space environment, and particularly regarding hazards to infrastructure in orbit and on the ground.

In general, these hazards stem from possible collisions between objects in orbit, harmful space weather and potential strikes by natural objects that cross Earth's orbit.

The SSA programme will, ultimately, enable Europe to detect, predict and assess autonomously the risk to life and property due to remnant man-made space objects, reentries, in-orbit explosions and release events, in-orbit collisions, disruption of missions and satellite-based service capabilities, potential impacts of Near-Earth Objects, and the effects of space weather phenomena on space- and ground-based infrastructure.

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posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 03:26 AM
And the ESA are holding a seperate conference on the same subject matter on the same day as NASA?
Or is it a joint conference?

posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 03:44 AM

Originally posted by Aestheteka
And the ESA are holding a seperate conference on the same subject matter on the same day as NASA?
Or is it a joint conference?

i was wondering too, and googling for some info on an "international" consortium regarding Near-Earth assessments, but so far i couldnt find anything that give-away.

so it appears to be 2 separate conferences on the same day and on the same focus.

posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 04:58 AM
Knowing NASA it's probably publicity for a film... expect the directors version of 'deep impact' coming out sometime in the next few weeks or something...

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posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 09:35 AM
Cheapskates, Holiday Inn

They don't actually mention 'Planetary collisions' do they? It would be useful though for all concerned if they had a better grip on all incoming objects near the earth's main orbital planes, not just dirty great big ones, as it is the objects sized in metres, that would cause the greatest damage to orbiting vehicles. Quite a few are only spotted at short notice, so maybe now the penny has dropped. The NASA conference is being aired live, so it's not anything hush-hush.

posted on Sep, 27 2011 @ 05:04 PM
There's a similar thread here. Allow me to repeat the comment I made on it, as the topic is almost identical:

Here's my outrageous thought. Shoot it down and disagree if you want - I won't be offended. It's not so much the NASA news conference that got me sitting up straight, but the ESA seminar in Poland. Here's why:

Germany wants to attack Iran. Germany has a shopping list to achieve a surprise attack:

- European economic unity through an engineered Euro crisis, with EU members handing over their sovereignty
- This will pave the way for a huge European Defense Force with a new HQ somewhere in Europe by the end of this year if you believe Catherine Ashton
- a German/Saudi led military coalition of a group of Arab nations
- EDF (and/or UN) military presence at strategic positions in the Middle East
- nukes on the ready: French, British, Pakistani nukes borrowed by the Saudis, whatever they can get their hands on.

Unfortunately, Germany can only get all parties on board if the Palestinians get their West Bank and East Jerusalem. Israel would never have that, because the land belongs to God and they can't give away God's land, as they see it. But the Israelis are in a mighty pickle: surrounded by enemies and not enough protection. So they will agree to a swap: land to the Palestinians in return for German led European protection. Their chiefs of staff have already cozied up together and made strong joint statements to warn off Iran.

Will Angela Merkel pull it off? After all, she promised us two things by this autumn: 1. economic unity in Europe, and 2. a Comprehensive Middle East Peace Agreement. Her very own words. Spoken earlier this year.

I find the ESA seminar far more ominous than the NASA news conference. ESA = European high tech defense. All decision makers together in one handy place on the day the German Bundestag votes on economic unity through some cleverly crafted 'rescue' package, and who knows, will the UN Security Council have finished their back room negotiations on the same day and be ready to vote on Palestinian independence, the lynch pin of the deceptive Comprehensive Middle East Peace Agreement, which is nothing more but a huge military alliance to attack Iran?

The date: 29th of September. Or to be more precise: in the dark of night after sunset.

Dare to think the unthinkable. Inspired by Peter Woolford's book The Genesis Grid, which predicts something major happening in the night of the 29th of September. A headline grabbing event which will involve power, the end of an empire and the beginning of a new one, and fraud & deception and finance. A major power will be cut down, through fraud, deception and hidden powers.

Watch the night after the 29th of September. Watch the Bundestag's vote. Watch the UN vote in New York. Because I think the delegates to the ESA seminar will.

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