THEY'RE RAPING OUR MOON
Two weeks before the American inauguration in January 2017, a flash of light in the distant Kuiper Belt heralds the approach of an "Anomalous Natural Object" heading toward Earth, setting off a crisis in America and across the globe.
Astronomer Pauline Theodorakis, PhD, is one of the first to see it, using a 1.2 meter telescope at a very small observatory in southwestern New York state.
Deciphering its intent is critical, but is a response possible? Or does the world stand by even as the new incoming president-elect tweets, "They're raping our Moon."
The question on everyone's mind: Where will the Object go next?
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