Comet ISON - Heavy Debris Field Will We Witness Massive Meteor 'Showers'?

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ISON is leaving a trailing 'rain' of comet debris, dust, particles, in space
According to estimations, after ISON has sailed past us, earth is on an orbital trajectory which will pass through the comet's trail

Will we witness massive meteor 'showers'?

Will it rain down fire from the sky?

Even if the chances are very little we have to keep an eye.

Comet ISON Disintegrated !

Disintegration Distance of Comet ISON

Perihelion & Distance: LIVE Information

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Комментарии (192)

Thomas Schoenberger (3 мес. назад)
Elias, excellent work as usual.
Darryl Brice (4 мес. назад)
If we have a strong enough ozone layer a lot of the debris will be engulfed
in flame and consumed by the atmosphere. Meteorites and debris pass onto
the Earth all of the time. Most of it just disintegrates in space.
Tindir1974 (4 мес. назад)
Some good questions, Nemesis.
You`re right when you state that nobody knows what will happen.
However, we can try to estimate the possibilities.
There are 3 'swarms' to keep in mind here.
A) Debris which have bin dragged behind the comet are much slower, as they
have only just bin set in motion, and will be far behind the comet (the
trail we pass through in januari), B) The first blastwave as the comet
makes a sudden change in direction as it begins to curve around the sun
(everything traveling with the comet at roughly the same speed only began
it`s curve after the comet was already in the curve, as such it will
attempt to follow the comet in a wider curve, than after a while it will
take the inside curve, than when it can`t keep up with the comet will begin
drifting on it`s own -> inside curve = closer to earth`s orbit), and C) The
second and much stronger blast event as the comet is thrown out of the
trajectory much too early.. (The trajectory is basd upon the weight and
speed of the comet... as Ison hit`s the lower solar stream, it looses a lot
of it`s weight, besides being thrown off balance by the ignition of the
sudden outgassing as it passes through the stream which proppels the comet
forward like a rocket).
So Ison was 'unlocked' too early, which means that it left it`s orbit, and
has begun drifting.
The blastwave however has pulled a lot of debris with it (and even
attempted to pull the main debris cloud with it which at that time still
resembled a comet, until it hit the upper solar stream -> This happens as
the 2nd blastwave is holding the comet back, and as such the comet found
itself within the solar stream much longer then it would have, other wise).
After this point, the comet begins to fade rapidly, and is no longer a
comet, but comet-remnance.
This stuff however is most likely metal or it wouldnt have survived that
long, imho.

Anyway, the question is, where these swarms will go.
Will they keep going, or wil they loose momentum quickly, and begin curving
back towards the sun to dive into it?
Time will tell :)

Thanks for the video, as always!
Suzyq1948 (4 мес. назад)
If we are looking at a major comet spread, NASA will never tell. Someone
said they never lie, they only keep secrets.. deliberate omission is the
same as lying! Now I feel bad by saying I'm bored these days (hate winter)
& it looks like we will be experiencing some very nervous times ahead. What
will be, will be, & I thought there wouldn't be anything to talk about
after ISON evaporated..HA!...WRONG! 
Paul Gilbert (4 мес. назад)
comet debris will very soon I think Dec 26th and all next year too starting
Jan 14th
NASA can say what they want but the fragments are still heading this Way
lets hope its a Atlantic Ocean impact if any without the tsunami
CONCERTMANchicago (4 мес. назад)
*Thank you* for at least not *guessing* the worst or proclaiming
apocalypse. Till it happens, we will not know for sure. But I like your
theory better than NASA's so far. Quality production on this video too.
Smokey D (4 мес. назад)
go watch nikolateslasghost new video. check at around 16min mark. you can
see a cme blast ison, ison v out huge, the wave passes by, and ison looks
fully intact and impressive.
Orbital1 (4 мес. назад)
Saw a 14 yr old boy get hit in the head with some small rocks and had to
have staples in his head. Could be the beginning of some 'showers' or
maybe a 'storm'. The father held up a handful of 1 and 2 inch irregular
stones in this video recently.
Shmeldon Shmooper (4 мес. назад)
the dust is ok, unless we get a plague from it. Some have linked plagues up
to comet dust. The worst part is not knowing how big the remaining pieces
are and the rate of spread is needed to determine the debris path. I'm sure
most of the debris will stay within the original orbit. My only concern
here is the bumping of battleship size fragments off of one another and
changing the trajectory of a dangerous rock in such a way that it begins a
course toward Earths orbit.
Mohsen Samii (4 мес. назад)
Here we go again. Just more Hype.
Da Bost (4 мес. назад)
I have my little yellow helmet on with aluminum foil lol. I'm ready for
anything weeeeeee 
Toan Thai Nguyen (4 мес. назад)
Tomorrow (thursday 05 dec) will follow a storm over Norway according to
weather news. Is this due to ISON's affectment on our Solar System? I
believe the SUN and its orbiting planets are totally making an scale
equlibrium (1/2 * mass * velocity^2 = kinetic energy), but ISON's
affectment/disturbment on SUN/solar system (SUN+ISON = more mass, high
velocity and kinetic energy) makes the SUN pulling its orbiting planets
toward the SUN because the scale is heavier at the SUN's side after
affectment/disturbment by ISON, no longer scale equlibrium
Asxefv (4 мес. назад)
Please tell me the name of the music !
JimmyVenom13 (4 мес. назад)
Thoughts in action can make things happen, wish for something long enough,
but be careful what you wish for. In the mean time don`t worry be happy . 
Seeingatruth (4 мес. назад)
You keep saying that 'the comet has disintegrated'. There are a lot of
people that never believed it was in one piece to begin with. It's now in
smaller pieces. It survived perihelion, although much reduced. The data is
more important than the model. Don't ignore the data simply because it's
doesn't fit the model.
Stopdemockery (4 мес. назад)
No! ISON will pass at 55,000 miles North of Earth's orbit. Earth will not
enter any area of space through which ISON has passed or any area that
is in the trajectory of its debris. As usual, this "comet" is a highly
publicized non-event, like 12-21-12. I'm beginning to think that no Earth
shaking event will ever happen until We least suspect it. 
Tubeseek41 (4 мес. назад)
First, Ison path is well well well above the earth's orbit (over 40 000 000
miles ). Secondo, Ison has been vaposrised in small dust... Tercio. Our
atmosphere is protecting us ! $$$top the fear !
Marcel Thierry (4 мес. назад)
meteor storms 
Fewferfev (4 мес. назад)
See Nikola Tesla's Ghost video. It's not destroyed at all.