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Follow up on our article: National Solar Observatory, USPS office in Sunspot, NM evacuated and shutdown for 'safety reasons'.

The National Solar Observatory in Sunspot, New Mexico, and a nearby United States Postal Service office, were evacuated
andshutdown for security reasons on September 9, 2018 observatory officials said but they refused to tell us the reason for the sudden shutdown.
Then, NASA tries to explain what happened on September 9,
2018 by issuing a statement that there were two lunar transits passing in front of the sun.

Here is NASA’s explanation:

“On Sept. 9, 2018, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, SDO, saw two lunar transits as the Moon passed in front of the Sun. A transit happens when a celestial body passes between a larger body and an observer.

The Moon does not, of course, actually change direction, but it appears to do so from SDO’s perspective based on the fact that the spacecraft’s orbit essentially catches up and passes the Moon during the first transit.

It has become known that 6 more Solar Observatories (Australia, Chile, Spain, Hawaii (2), and Pennsylvania) have been
shutdown: We note that all these solar/space cams down at the same time as the Solar Observatory in New Mexico.

To read more, click here.


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