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Giant Asteroid Headed To Earth

Stay tuned for Friday the 13th, April 2029! On that date, a massive 1,100-foot-wide asteroid named Apophis will pass near enough to Earth, making it clearly visible worldwide. Rest easy that the giant rock won’t strike our planet, but will come within 20,000 miles of Earth.

We might not be as lucky in 2036, when Apophis returns. In the 2029 flyby, Earth’s gravity and the objects Sun perihelion could alter Apophis’ orbit enough to pull it into a collision course with the planet in 2036. Check out more details on Lost History Channel TKTC.

Doomsday: April 29, 2029

Internationally renowned lecturer, author and radio host Thomas Horn says a giant asteroid will destroy our world on April 29, 2029. The 1200-foot-wide asteroid, named Apophis after the Egyptian God of Evil by NASA, was discovered by the Kitt Peak National Observatory in 2004. It weighs 20 million metric tons, or about 44 trillion pounds, and is traveling at a speed of 28,000 mph.

Horn, who claims he predicted the resignation of Pope Benedict when no one saw it coming, says he had a revelation about Apophis and is now certain the destruction will befall the Earth. He said scientists determined that if the asteroid did indeed strike Earth, it would touch down somewhere near the border of California and Mexico. Here’s more from Horn from TruthVideos1984.




Asteroid’s Doomsday Scenario

In June 2014, scientists discovered a monster asteroid with the potential to end all human life as we know it. Asteroid Apophis, named for the Egyptian deity who embodies chaos and opposes life on Earth, will approach our planet within 19,400 on Friday, April 13, 2029, and be visible to the naked eye.

Fortunately, Apophis will miss Earth on this approach, but it will enable scientists to gather valuable data on its trajectory to prepare for its next rendezvous in 2036. Scientists theorize that alterations made by Earth’s gravitational field and the asteroid’s perihelion (point which it is closest to the sun) could determine its trajectory on its next approach. BuzWeaver gives us the lowdown on Apophis in this installment of The Lost History Channel TKTC.

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