NASA Confirms Notable Meteor over Pennsylvania on January 1, 2022
NASA reported that a meteor blew up over Pittsburgh on January 1, 2022 at approximately 11:30 a.m., and as the meteor fell apart its explosion was equivalent
to 30 tons of TNT. Data from a nearby infrasound station registered the blast wave from the meteor, enabling NASA to estimate the energy given off.
the meteor weighed half a ton when it came down and was assumed to be travelling at about 45,000 miles per hour when it made its loud entrance.
“Had it not been cloudy, the fireball would have been easily visible in the daylight sky," NASA said. It added that the fireball would have been "about 100 times the brightness of the Full Moon.”
The shattering sound caused quite a frenzy among people in the Pittsburgh area, leading to a bunch of
panicked 911 calls, reported CNN.
"Before the Comet comes, many nations, the good excepted,
will be scoured with
want and famine. ... The Comet by its tremendous pressure, will force much out
of the ocean and flood many countries, causing much want and many plagues."
(Extract from End Times Prophecy of St. Hildegard)
Video: "Tracking Killer Comets Before
They Strike" (PBS)