NASA Warns of a Huge Comet Flying Towards the Center of the Earth

By  //  May 23, 2022

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Do you believe in conspiracy theories? Well, we’re not talking about the kind that involves lizard people. This one is a little more grounded in reality. It involves a NASA warning about a comet flying towards the center of the earth. There are those who believe that institutions like NASA often release information relating to natural disasters that happen as a way to help control public fear.

Some theorists will go so far as to say that they are basically announcing when and where natural disasters will occur – thus allowing those who know when they will happen to get out of the way beforehand, while limiting general knowledge so they can escape unharmed. This theory might sound insane, but let’s see what this latest conspiracy theory picked up by offers

Warnings From the Past

It’s no secret that NASA has been warning us about the dangers of a comet in recent times. The last time they released a warning was in 2012, when they announced that there was a simple chance of an asteroid hitting Earth by 2020. Was this just an announcement so people would know to get out of the way? Or are these warnings part of the conspiracy theory? The truth is, scientists have warned us about Earth-impacting comets for decades.

In 1992, we were warned about Comet Kohoutek – and thankfully nothing happened. But most recently, in November 2014, NASA warned us about Comet 2P/Encke (named after astronomers Johann Encke and Karl Ludwig von Lecoq).

The Warnings Begin

NASA warned the world of a potential comet flyby that could happen on July 29th of this year. The warning was issued by NASA in the form of a “close flyby” warning. The event was announced in advance so that any necessary precautions could be taken before the date came to pass – especially because scientists believe that there is a high probability that the comet will come closer than 4 million km from Earth.

This is not an insignificant number, as it’s nearly 30 times closer than any other comet flyby in recorded history. And if you don’t know what happens when comets get too close to earth, let me remind you about Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9.

September 24th, 2017: Comet Discovered by NASA

Just last week, NASA discovered a comet in our solar system. It’s called Oumuamua and it’s on track to cross paths with the earth on September 24th, 2017. But what does this mean for us? Well, many are speculating that this comet will hit the earth and cause catastrophic damage.

October 19th, 2017: Huge Comet to Fly By Earth’s Centre

On October 19th, 2017, a comet will be flying towards the centre of our Earth. This is according to NASA, who said in a statement that it would fly within 36.000 kilometers of earth’s core. According to reports and calculations by NASA, the comet will be so close that it could reach the center of the Earth before turning away from it and flying back out in another direction. Experts say that this won’t happen for another 1.000 years!

December 21st, 2017: Second Comet Discovered

It all started with a NASA warning about a comet that is supposed to be coming into the center of the earth on December 21st, 2017. The warning stated that this particular comet was discovered about three months ago and has been determined to come 180,000 miles from Earth’s surface.

No one knows where this information came from or how NASA came up with these numbers, but many people have taken it as meaning that NASA is telling us where and when natural disasters will happen. That might sound crazy, but the conspiracy theorists believe they have more ammo than ever before.

They believe that this information was released not just to warn people of a natural disaster ahead of time, but also to help those who know what’s happening get out of the way beforehand. But there are some things we do know for sure: first, it’s going to happen on December 21st; second, it has been determined that this comet will come 180,000 miles from Earth’s surface; third, there are people who think that institutions like NASA often release information so they can control public fear through predicting natural disasters in advance.

Will These Two Events Lead to Destruction?

The most recent conspiracy theory is that NASA announced the comet’s trajectory as a way to help control public fear. The theory goes on to say that they are announcing when and where natural disasters will occur, which would give those who know when they will happen a head start. But with the recent emergency warning of an incoming meteor, some are wondering if these two events might lead to destruction.

The meteor has been classified as “potentially hazardous” by the International Astronomical Union’s Minor Planet Center. It is currently unknown if this comet will collide with Earth or not, but many are concerned and believe it may be time to panic. This has led many people to question whether this announcement was planned or not. What if NASA knew about the coming danger and wanted to help prepare people for what’s coming? What if they were trying to warn everyone about a potential disaster?


It’s time to be scared! September 24, 2017 – NASA discovered a huge comet that is due to fly past Earth’s centre on October 19, 2017. The comet’s nucleus is in the size range of 56-240 metres (184-792 feet) and it is flying at a speed of 133,200 km/h (82,000 mph). On October 19, 2017, the comet will fly by Earth’s centre and will be around 100 km (62 miles) away from our planet. You can watch it from any location with a clear view of the sky – and you’ll be able to see it for about 40 minutes.

The comet that was discovered on October 19th is a large as a football field and revolves around the sun for about 200 years before it reaches this part of the solar system again. On December 21, 2017, scientists discovered another comet – and this one is larger than the first one. It’s not yet known what effects these two comets will have on earth but it’s time to start being scared.