9/08/2014 — Meteorite Crashes to Earth in Nicaraguan Capital City Managua

September 7, 2014

A Meteorite crashed to Earth Sunday afternoon, in Central America.

The crater, located in the capital city of Nicaragua, is about 60 feet / 20 meters across, located near the international airport.



Sunday September 7th just also happened to be the day Asteroid 2014RC was making its close pass by earth.




Does any of this sound familiar? A passing asteroid at a very close range, and a rare meteor impact the same day?

This is just like the Russian meteor impact last year, there was a nearby pass of an asteroid the day of the event. The asteroid was called 2012 DA14…


NASA said that it was just ‘coincidence’ that the huge Russian meteor hit the day 2012 DA14 passed by Earth at just 17,000 miles distance.

Why did NASA deny last years meteor correlating to the nearby Asteroid flyby? Because…. the week leading up to the flyby, there was a flurry happening online over the event… NASA was trying to play the ‘all clear low probability of impact’ card, which led to denials after the impact in Russia.

Its obvious the Russian meteor, and 2012 DA14  were indeed connected.

It is also obvious this new impact in Nicaragua is most likely related to yesterday’s nearby pass of 2014 RC.

Full article below:


“Managua (AFP) – A mysterious explosion that rocked Nicaragua’s crowded capital Managua, creating a large crater, appears to have been caused by a small meteorite, officials said Sunday.


Amazingly, in a sprawling city of 1.2 million people, the impact near the international airport did not cause any known injuries, but it did leave a crater measuring 12 meters (39 feet) across and was felt throughout the capital late on Saturday.

Nicaraguan authorities believe it was a piece of the small asteroid dubbed “2014 RC,” which passed very close to Earth on Sunday and was estimated by astronomers to be about 20 meters big, or the size of a house.

“We are convinced that this was a meteorite. We have seen the crater from the impact,” said Wilfredo Strauss of the Seismic Institute.

The meteorite appeared to have hurtled into a wooded area near the airport around midnight and the hit was so large that it registered on the instruments Strauss’s organization uses to size up earthquakes.

“You can see two waves: first, a small seismic wave when the meteorite hit earth, and then another stronger one, which is the impact of the sound,” he said.

One of them, William Martinez, said it was not yet clear if the meteorite burned up completely or if it had been blasted into the soil.

“You can see mirror-like spots on the sides of the crater from where the meteorite power-scraped the walls,” Martinez said.

Government spokeswoman, First Lady Rosario Murillo, said Managua would be in contact with the US Geological Service to try to get more information about “this fascinating event” in the Central American nation, one of Latin America’s poorest countries.

People who live near the crater told local media they heard a blast they took for an explosion, and that liquid, sand and dust were blown through the air, which smelled like something had burned.

There were no reported injuries because the impact was in a wooded spot, and flights at the airport were not affected.

NASA said last week that the asteroid 2014 RC, at the time of closest approach, would be approximately one-tenth the distance from the center of Earth to the moon, or about 25,000 miles (40,000 kilometers).

It had been projected to be roughly over New Zealand at the time of its closest approach, which astronomers had calculated would be on Sunday at about 1818 GMT.”

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