NASA CONFIRMS EARTH WILL EXPERIENCE 15 DAYS OF DARKNESS IN NOVEMBER 2016
Lately many reports that had claimed that something will happen to Earth due to all the changes did not took place, but for this one even NASA has confirmed that it is going to happen. NASA is saying that the report that Earth will be in total darkness for 15 days in November 2016 is true. It will start from November 15 to November 29.
That strange event will start from November 15 at 3:00 am and it will last until November 30, 4:45 pm.
The blackout that is going to happen is believed that is a result of an astronomical event between Venus and Jupiter. The head of NASA, Charles Bolden, explained the event in details to the White House in a 1000 page document.
It is believed that both the planets we mentioned – Venus and Jupiter, will be separated by a mere 1 degree which means that they will be very closely engaged. Then Venus will shine 10 times brighter than Jupiter because Venus will surpass to the south-west of Jupiter. That will result in heating up the gases in Jupiter and that will further lead to a reaction. That kind of reaction is going to release that amount of hydrogen into the space as never seen before. At around 2:50 am it will make contact with the sun. And after that contact there will be massive explosion on the sun’s surface and that will have big effects on the temperature. In a very short period of time the temperature is believed to increase to 9,000 kelvin. The sun will turn its color into bluish color due to the heat caused by everything mentioned above and in order to retain the normal color, the sun will need around 2 weeks or to be more specific 14 days. Only after 2:58 am on November the 15th the people will experience this change.
The head of NASA also said that there is nothing to worry about and that the Blackout event will do not have major effects on anything. He believes that the only change that will happen to Earth when that happens is increasing of around 6 to 8 degrees in the temperature. He also mentioned that what will be mostly affected by this situation is the polar cap. To sum up according to the head of NASA, Charles Bolden, the people have nothing to be afraid of.