4K Video: Earth from space – Incredible video from the Himawari 8 Satellite

I’m posting this because I enjoy pissing off whiny bitches. Send some money to a “non-profit” organization that has it’s address listed as a Mennonite church in Indiana so they can do experiments to see if the Earth is flat. Riiight. We’ll see if that happens. I can shake my right leg and it’ll play Jingle Bells.

Oh and people think the Himawari 8 is fake, they can’t prove that claim in any way shape or form, it just is. Hundreds of CGI artists are feverishly creating videos every 10 minutes that perfectly match the weather patterns and cloud cover people are experiencing in real life every day.

Keep crying and ranting on YouTube. That’s right, the majority of the alt-media and general population don’t take the FE topic seriously and never will, because it’s bullshit, and so are your prattling rants.

Pay attention to us, pay attention us..fuck off….

Keep chasing your tails.

🙂 ~TS

Space Videos

The Himawari 8 satellite is a Japanese weather satellite, the 8th of the Himawari geostationary weather satellites operated by the Japan Meteorological Agency.

The primary instrument aboard Himawari 8, the Advanced Himawari Imager (AHI), is a 16 channel multispectral imager to capture visible light and infrared images of the Asia-Pacific region.[6] The instrument was designed and built by Exelis Geospatial Systems (now Harris Space & Intelligence Systems) and has similar spectral and spatial characteristics to the Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) planned for use in the American GOES-R satellites. The AHI can produce images with a resolution down to 500m and can provide full disk observations every 10 mins and image the whole Japan territory every 2.5 minutes.



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