08-09-2010 Asteroides contre la Tierra .

Fundación DELPHOS
www.delphos.com.ar

Con motivo del pasaje a una distancia de unos 300.000 Km de la Tierra, de dos asteroides en el día de hoy, miércoles 8 de septiembre de 2010, hecho reflejado por diversos medios de comunicacion (por ejemplo INFOBAE) , recordamos el descubrimiento del mayor crater meteórico (asteroide) clásico realizado en 2004 por una expedición de la Fundación DELPHOS.
Si bien en la oportunidad lo comunicamos a todos los Medios de Comunicación, este hecho solo se vio reflejado en el exterior. (ver abajo)

Ing. Fernando M. Fluguerto Martí
Fundación DELPHOS

ASTEROIDES CONTRA LA TIERRA

INEXPLICATA The Journal of Hispanic Ufology April 27, 2004
SOURCE: Fundación Delphos (Argentina) DATE: April 27, 2004
An important but sadly underutilized Argentinean researcher,
Maximiliano Rocca, inferred through satellite imagery that the
center of Patagonia was the site of a giant meteorite
impact–in other words, an asteroid collision –which created
the largest meteor impact crater on Earth.
The studies which led him to reach these conclusions have been
published on the Internet and in English, since as usual, his
discovery was only well-received abroad.

During our expedition last month to the site of our usual
archaeological and historical research, we were able to reach
the impact site thanks to the information provided by M.
Rocca. The exact site shall only be made known with the
authorization of Maximiliano Rocca.
On March 25, 2004, two units of Fundación Delphos were able to
reach the crater and survey its full extent. The efforts of
Christian Morelli with GPS, satellite maps and his improvised
scale meters must be acknowledged (since the expedition would
have otherwise become lost in this tremendous and marvelous
landscape). It was with barely concealed excitement that we
descended the slopes of the gigantic crater.
To say that the site is impressive is to sell it short. The
surrounding edge is approximately 100 meters high, perfectly
circular, and it surrounded us as we progressed across the
4800 meter diameter of the crater. We were able to take video,
photos and samples.
Still to be analyzed is the meaning of certain dark, circular
spots, lacking vegetation and apparently burned, having a
diameter of approximately 40 meters, which were found outside
the crater. These circles are filled with some flat, black and
glassy stones. Every so often we can find smaller circles
measuring 1.20 meters in diameter which are perfectly flat and
clean.
The first photo shows the two Delphos units progressing within
the crater, near its western edge.
The second photo shows one of the flat, black and molten
stones within one of the strange circular spots.
Translation (c) 2004. Scott Corrales, Institute of Hispanic
Ufology (IHU). Special thanks to Ing. Fernando Fluguerto
Martí.

Update !! , A VERY PUZZLING CRATER IN CHUBUT,
PATAGONIA, ARGENTINA.
This work was funded by the Planetary Society, CA, USA.
Introduction: A very puzzling crater in Chubut
Province, Patagonia, Argentina,
Diameter: 4.8 kilometers. It has a 100-150 meters raised rim
and several decametric blocks are visible on its Western rim.
Its proportions match perfectly those of a simple impact
crater.Is located in the Somuncura Plateau, .
The whole Somuncura Plateau is composed of volcanic rocks,
mainly Oligocene-Miocene basaltic floods and ignimbrite
deposits.
The same happened in the case of Lonar Lake, India: a 1.8
kilometers well confirmed impact crater in the Deccan Basaltic
plateau, [ 3 ]. However close examination of satellite LANDSAT
images and aerial photographs of the Somuncurá crater reveals possible
flaws in that interpretation.
Rocks exposed are clearly piroclastic:
basaltic breccia, glass bombs and glassy scoriae.
Translation (c) 2004. Scott Corrales, Institute of Hispanic
Ufology (IHU). Special thanks to Ing. Fernando Fluguerto
Martí.

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