Russian scientist spies mountain-sized asteroid heading our way

Prophecy Sign:  Cosmic events - Signs in the Sky

Disconcerting to say the least to learn that there are many, many large asteroids floating in near earth space that simply are not being tracked.  Any one of them could be nudged into earths path which may be the event that fulfills a prophecy from Revelation.

The second angel sounded his trumpet, and something like a huge mountain, all ablaze, was thrown into the sea. A third of the sea turned into blood, Revelation 8:8 NIV

Russian scientist spies mountain-sized asteroid heading our way
A Russian astrophysicist says his team has located a huge, mountain-sized asteroid whose orbit crosses the Earth's every three years. Even though experts say the giant object, known as 2014 UR116, poses no immediate threat of collision, its unexpected discovery underscores how little is still known about asteroids and their unpredictable orbits. Vladimir Lipunov, a professor at Moscow State University, announced the find in a short documentary, "Asteroid Attack," posted on the website of the Russian Space Agency on Sunday. Mr. Lipunov says the asteroid, which he calculates is 370 meters in diameter, could hit the Earth with an explosion 1,000 times greater than the surprise 2013 impact of a bus-sized meteor in Russia. That object entered Earth’s atmosphere over the city of Chelyabinsk, resulting in a series of ferocious blasts that blew out windows and damaged buildings for miles around.

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