UPDATE #1: Asteroid to Hit – Possibly 25 September 2016

UPDATE #1: Asteroid to Hit – Possibly 25 September 2016

Dear people as tens of thousands of persons are watching this website for up dates on the issues of the coming Asteroid, the Scientist has kept me informed on a daily basis. This information will be forwarded to you as we collect it.

It is also important for you to be aware that several European Leaders have told their people to store food and water for two weeks, this would tell the World that something serious is about to happen, secondly make sure you have some income safely stored as you may see a crash in the money market. But always remember you must not fear but trust in Gods Love.

God bless

William Costellia

Note: The following (3) Emails: dated 16 September, 15 September and 14 September 2016 were sent to William Costellia by an unnamed Engineer/Scientist. There is more information.


Date: 16 September 2016

From: [Name Withheld]

To: William Costellia

Subject: Fwd: Updates – new information to provide (fix for typo + add in a technical term)

Dear William,

Correction of typo + addition of “from an arc trajectory”.

Due to the interest you note that is desired by many, further information would be useful to help get the word out. Thus, below is an update that may be able to accomplish this.

——- New information start (updated to fix typo and add a technical analysis term – explains how determined to be “sunlight” side approach to earth).

Sep 13 – The latest Sep telescope imaging data continues to affirm the trajectory of the sizable object in space tracking to an intersect path (at/close/near) to earth. Velocity analysis, from an arc trajectory, indicates this object is approaching in the sunlight illuminated region towards earth, similar to the 2013 Chelyabinsk super-fireball – which surprised many.

If so, terrestrial telescopes likely would be saturated, or blinded, in their sensitive CCD type cameras from the morning to daylight scattering from sunlight in the earth’s atmosphere. A daylight incoming vector creates the greatest opportunity for a surprise, and a last minute, reveal – if at all – before any threatening object or object fragments enter the atmosphere.

In a 2013 article, from Space.com, titled “Nuking Dangerous Asteroids Might Be the Best Protection, Expert Says”, this article describes how a Delta IV Heavy rocked would deliver a custom designed “asteroid destructor” of a 2 Megaton nuclear bomb. The Delta IV Medium+ would be able to deliver a 1 Megaton nuclear bomb.

The B83 nuclear bomb has been proposed by NASA as the device of choice for asteroid mitigation. With an explosive yield of 1.2 Megatons, and weighing 2,400 lbs each, these single bombs would be well within the payload capacity of the Delta IV Heavy, the Delta IV Medium+, and possibly the Atlas V.

NASA had proposed a larger configuration of up to six B83 nuclear bombs, with a maximum yield of 7.2 Megatons with a combined weight of 14,400 lbs. This configuration would most likely rely on the Delta IV Heavy rocket.

Only in 2016 is when NASA formed a new division of the Planetary Defence Coordination Office that included Asteroid mitigation. IN Asteroid mitigation options, with a maximum yield nuclear tipped rocket interceptor, experts believe that up to 95% of the target asteroid could be exploded such that the 95% of material would miss the earth. The remaining fragments would be insufficiently deflected and would hit the earth.

Even though the Megatons of yield from a nuclear detonation would have a instantaneous brilliant flash, the environment of a space detonation is much different than a terrestrial detonation. In space, the brilliant emission would swiftly vanish in contrast to the much longer sustained burning brilliance that a detonation within the earth’s atmosphere.

In space there is no fuel, such as oxygen/hydrogen, and no atmosphere layers to continue to billow, burn, and react to radioactive photonic absorption & re-emission to high altitudes. Thus, if an asteroid impact avoidance intercept were to be employed, a daylight view could mask this event to any observer. This is derived from the distance the rocket would travel to meet with an intercept of the targeted asteroid (far from earth intercept).

We do know that there were payload capable rockets launched in the recent months, that could be used for such an objective of an asteroid mitigation intercept. However, it always is best if these circumstances were shared with the public.

Since there has been no formal information announced, private work will continue to identify any new information & will be shared when/if it becomes available. It is understandable in the frustration some may feel in not having precise coordinates to check for themselves. There are sufficient variables to the parameters that are not known due to the silence of officials on this incoming object. Until then, only the best information at hand will be provided.

Perhaps there is a message in the startling image/photograph taken in Portugal in January 25, 2016, seventeen days after NASA announced the formation of the Planetary Defence Coordination Office (to defend the planet from any potential Asteroid).

The photograph was described as “A hand, holding something inside of it, like a “fireball””, or “A fist from Heaven”

—– new information end

[See link to Photo taken in Portugal]


Date: 15 September 2016

From: [Name Withheld]

To: William Costellia

Subject: Space.com article on Delta IV Heavy and Delta IV Medium+ usage for 2Megaton and 1Megaton Asteroid mitigation impacting

Dear William,

—- FYI

Here is a link to an article, from Space.com, that illustrates how the Delta IV Heavy and Delta IV Medium+ rockets would be used in detonating a nuclear device on an Asteroid.

Note: A Delta IV Heavy rocket and a Delta IV Medium+ rocket were launched as detailed in the message.



Date: 14 September 2016

From: [Name Withheld]

To: William Costellia

Dear William,

It looks like the approaching object (as being tracked by NASA’s deep space telescope) will not be able to be seen by amateur astronomers.

The reason why is that the object is approaching at an angle where the sunlight in the sky prevents it from being seen with earth based telescopes.

The surprise 2013 Chelyabinsk super-fireball also came from this type of incoming angle (always sun lit side of the earth).

Unless NASA breaks their silence and comes forward with information on this sizable object, amateur astronomers will not be able to reveal it to the public (i.e. they can’t see it).

Incoming object — more detailed information

Analysis of the trajectory speed of the object as it is moving towards an intersect with earth shows that it was moving slightly faster in early August than in late August/Sept.

This indicates that the trajectory of the object is curving from a “closer to the sun” to a “further from the sun” arc. This is the most dangerous angle for earth as it places the object in an always sun illuminated earth view (daylight).

Amateur Astronomers will not be able to view this incoming intersect object, nor will the ground based telescopes. Only space telescopes are able to view it.

This is the same situation as the surprise 2013 Chelyabinsk super-fireball. It came from the always sun illuminated side of the earth. This is a blind spot for earth based telescopes.