11 March 2012
This Time NASA Really Is Making Chemtrails
Posted by Dan Satterfield
NASA is going to put on a real sky show in a couple of weeks, for those on the east coast from New Jersey to South Carolina. Residents of the Delmarva Peninsula will get an especially good view as 5 rockets are launched to explore jet stream winds at the edge of space. Even better, the launch is going to take place at NASA’s Wallops Island test range which is about an hour from my new home in Salisbury,MD on Delmarva.
Any TV weathercaster gets occasional calls and emails from folks who have listened too much to late night talk radio, and are convinced that those white lines in the sky on a sunny day are trails of chemical mind control. The blame for this is either Russia, China, or the evil federal government. I usually have some success in convincing these folks that they are just contrails of frozen water vapor produced by jet aircraft, however, if you think I’m joking about this, trust me when I tell you I’m not. It is a bit scary when you think about how some people can be so easily convinced of a conspiracy theory.
Well, it seems that NASA is about to really make some chem-trails, but they are not made up of mind control chemicals. Instead, they are an attempt to learn more about the least explored area of Earth’s atmosphere. It’s all part of the ATREX experiment and NASA is going to put on a real sky show in a couple of weeks for those on the east coast from New Jersey to South Carolina. Residents of the Delmarva Peninsula should get an especially good view as 5 rockets are launched to explore jet stream winds at the edge of space.
Even better, the launch is going to take place at NASA’s Wallops Island test range which is about an hour from my new home in Salisbury,MD on Delmarva.The thermosphere extends from the top of the Mesosphere well into the range of satellites in low Earth orbit. Spacecraft pass through it very quickly on the way into orbit, and regular aircraft (even spy planes) cannot get this high, so little is known about the region. Check out the image on the right to jog your memory on the layers of the atmosphere. Just remember that above the troposphere the air is too thin to support life.
The goal here is to study the turbulence in these jet stream winds, and to do so the rockets will release a harmless chemical called TMA that will light up like a jet contrail. Cameras will track the contrail to study the turbulence. You can get a more detailed explanation of the project here.
NASA Goddard has a short video there (and below) explaining the ATREX project.
The contrail should look something like the image below of a past TMA release in space…
Yeah you work for them don’t you?? Trying to tell us they are not chemicals. Think we are all stupid?? Contrails don’t go as far as the eye can see, nor do they linger for hours and turn into strange cloud formations that blanket the sky. Also scientific tests show high levels of Aluminum, barium and other chemicals. This is a major scam alright but it’s the governments of the world who are deceiving us. These trails are happening WORLDWIDE. Quit trying to make people think they’re contrails as that doesn’t work anymore, people have woken up.
You’re scaring me folks… Really now. Get a grip.
Well, sometimes the contrails are in a way dotted by “ripples” between the atmosphere-layers.
John, there are messages hidden in this dots, you only have to leran morse-code to read them!
(of course thats nonsense, but learning morse code is useful at last; lingering too much at conspiracy-cranks-sites is not a shred useful in contrast)
Hi! I’m just commenting here so you know that there are sane people that also read your blog.
Interesting news 🙂
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Anyone with eyes and common sense knows that these are NOT Contrails, obviously some would have you think so. It is fruistrating to have to tell people what they could research on their own…you are very uninformed. Research and look up.