NASA Says Massive Meteor Storm on it's way, UFO sighting.

I use to trust NASA, just like most of the public does, until I discovered many structures on earth's moon. That was the moment I said to myself, "this is not supose to be in these NASA photos. Why would NASA ignore such compelling alien evidence?" My perceptual field changed forever on that day, so perhaps the NASA report below indicates a possible attack on October 2011? SCW
The Hubble Space Telescope and the International Space Station could suffer heavy damage from the worst meteor storm in over a decade, NASA has warned.

Even as the seven-hour bombardment from the comet debris - due around October 2011 - would be a visual treat for star gazers, astronomers fear that it may hit orbiting spacecrafts and wreck their electronics.
The storm, which traverses the Earth's orbit around the sun every October, arises from a meteor shower called the Draconids, according to NASA.

It was named so because the meteors appear to stream in from the direction of the constellation of Draco the Dragon.

Although NASA has still not been able to determine how serious the storm will be, spacecraft operators are being advised to develop defensive mechanisms.

"We're already working with (other) Nasa programmes to deal with spacecraft risk. I imagine when the word gets out there will be a Draconid outburst, I'll get the usual calls from ... companies as well as government space programs."

We here at Scott's UFO blog will try keep updates for this story.

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