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La Salette Prophecy The Stars Will Lose Their Regular Motion: What Is The Mysterious ‘Giant Bow’ On Venus?

The stars will lose their regular motion, and the moon will only reflect a faint reddish glow. Water and fire will give the earth's globe convulsions and terrible earthquakes which will swallow up mountains, cities, etc...Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)


It may have taken five years for Japan's 'dawn' probe to rise again, but already, the mission is proving worthwhile. Last week, the Akatsuki probe presented its first scientific results since it was rescued from orbit around the sun and sent back to Venus. Among the new data is an incredible image of Venus' acidic clouds and a strange 'bow' shape in the planet's atmosphere that has baffled scientists. The dense layers within Venus sulphuric acid clouds seen in the image suggest that Venus' cloud formation is more complicated than thought, according to a report in Nature. The image was captured from 62,000 miles (100,000km). 'We will achieve better spatial resolution still,' said Takehiko Satoh, principal investigator for the probe's 2-micrometre infrared camera, IR2, which took the image and presented it in Oxford. 'We promise to give a fantastic data set to the research community for years.' Meanwhile, a set of thermal images shows a bow shape in the planet atmosphere. Nature says the moving cloud formation 'seemed to rotate with Venus's surface, rather than with its much quicker-moving atmosphere.'But what causes it remains uncertain. 'It's certainly mysterious,' said planetary scientist Suzanne Smrekar of Nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>

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