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DID ISON Give MARS a COMA

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Published on Oct 9, 2013

ISON Gave MARS a COMA
In the following interview, conducted on the 2nd of October, with host John Moore on the Republic Broadcasting Network, renown author and astrophysicist Professor James M. McCanney declared that Planet Mars has acquired a coma, resulting from the electrical interaction with Comet ISON.

McCanney states that, "Comet ISON approached and is now past Mars. Mars went comet. I and other people observed it. The coma around Mars is extremely visible. This is an event that we have not seen in thousands of years."

He postulates that this is the primary reason for the swift halt to the operations of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) following the shutdown of the United States federal government. According to a White House release, President Obama has discontinued nearly every NASA activity besides the International Space Station (ISS) operations. All told, only about 549 full- and part-time NASA employees — about 3 percent of the more than 18,000 who work at the agency — will be treated as essential personnel exempt from furlough during a shutdown, spokesman Allard Beutel said in a recent interview with SpaceNews. "The estimated time to complete the shut-down for routine agency activities, which includes the vast majority of NASA employees, contractors, and facilities, is less than one half-day," NASA Chief Financial Officer Elizabeth Robinson wrote in a Sept. 27 letter to Sally Ericsson, program associate director at the White House Office of Management and budget.

Comet ISON recently turned GREEN showing it is connecting electrically with Mars as I predicted. This started on the 24th of September. Standard science claims this is due to UV light from the Sun, which is more like fairy tale. They never explain such dichotomies (they do not have to since in the controlled press no one else gets to insert even a comment). I predicted this brightening as the comet connects electrically with Mars, heading for a close bypass on the 1st of October. [Edited for clarity]

The following report from Universe Today, confirms this:
As NASA and the European Space Agency prepare their remote photojournalists -- Mars Express, Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and the Curiosity and Opportunity rovers -- to capture photos of Comet ISON's flyby of Mars early next week, amateur astronomers continue to monitor and photograph the comet from backyard observatories across the blue Earth. Several recent color photos show ISON's bright head or nucleus at the center of a puffy, green coma. Green's a good omen -- a sign the comet's getting more active as it enters the realm of the inner solar system and sun's embrace
Sunlight beating down on the comet's nucleus (core) vaporizes dust-impregnated ice to form a cloud or coma, a temporary atmosphere of water vapor, dust, carbon dioxide, ammonia and other gases. Once liberated , the tenuous haze of comet stuff rapidly expands into a huge spherical cloud centered on the nucleusi

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