Impact projectile collides with the 9P/Tempel 1 Comet
On July 4, 2005, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope
captured the collision between a 372 kilogram projectile released by
NASA's Deep Impact spacecraft and the
9P/Tempel 1 comet along with
the spectacular nineteen-hour show.
The collision confirms that
comets are composed of
antimatter. The Mirror Energy
the Deep Impact projectile's annihilation was 67 billion Giga-joules using
Einstein's equation, E = mc2. This is equivalent to all the
energy used in the World for one year.
This is the greatest discovery since mankind discovered fire thousands
of years ago. The following
sequence of images shows the comet before,
during, and after the impact.
|The explosion blasted
thousands of antimatter of the comet and scatter it over 3,200 kilometer
The annihilation of the antimatter and
solar dust particles produced a nineteen-hour spectacular show that was
observed by scientists around the World. The Mirror Energy produced was
estimated to be over 20 trillion Giga-joules or equivalent to all the
energy that the World will be using in twenty-first century.
The Mirror Energy from the initial
and 19 hour spectacular show was a trillion times more the 19 Giga-joules that
scientists had estimated. Mirror Energy explosion created gamma-rays, x-rays
and spectrum of radiation, which includes light. The visible-light images were
taken by the Advanced Camera for Surveys' High Resolution Camera. When
additional pictures become available, they will be posted along with their
references. The gamma-rays, x-rays and the spectrum of radiation are orders of
magnitude greater than the visible-light spectrum shown above.
We plan to send a spacecraft behind the
comet to mine the thousands of tons of antimatter that were blasted off the comet. Since the orbits of Mars and the 9P/Tempel 1 comet
will be intersecting each other
in January 2022, we are analyzing the probabilities of antimatter fragments colliding
with Mars. To observe their obits, please advance the
clock to January 2022.
NASA's Deep Impact
with the 9/Tempel 1 comet confirms
comets are natural sources of primordial antimatter.