Lets add another loss of a Rocket (prior to waiting for the Moon impact).
On the 11th of February an AstraSpace Rocket launched successfully from Cape Canaveral carrying a payload of 4 satellites.
Three minutes into the flight the rocket started to spin as it reached the ionosphere and broke up during Stage 2 and Stage 3 of the flight.
This was the first commercial payload for the start-up company, and although they had previously had some trouble with test launch (dont they all) the launch itself was fine.
Seeing that SpaceX had lost 40+ satellites launched on the 8th February 2022 due to what has been determined to be solar blasts hitting the ionosphere, or if you have watched the Michael Salla video; the Satellites were purposely brought down by Deep State interference - I would like to gather as much information on what is being put out to the public before the March 4th Moon crash and see if what type of picture the narrative is creating.
The following is the AstraSpace Rocket Launch Video (which was LIVE) from Youtube Channel VideoFromSpace
Astra rocket seen spinning out of control at fairing sep, payloads lost
SuspiciousObservers (a Youtube channel with some serious space weather clout) linked the SpaceX satellites fall from grace with the space weather. But their conclusion of the AstraSpace Rocket having the same trouble with ionosphere and burning up is different, as there was no Solar Blast to take this Rocket out.
Here's what they said:
2022 Feb 12 – SuspiciousObservers observations on Rocket Failure
... "Now folks, this is kind of hard to believe.
AstraSpace had their first satellite launch from Florida yesterday, and everything was going fine after lift-off and for the first three minutes of the flight. But when it hit the ionosphere, they lost all control.
The rocket began spinning like crazy and was lost.
Folks, exactly one week after SpaceX, another weak geomagnetic event with a double storm occurrence profile, and space missions lost in a key coupling point for space energy in the ionosphere.
From the amount of drag increase to the electric current surging through the medium, our planet has acted like it was in a major geomagnetic storm two weeks in a row - but no such major solar outbursts occurred.
The impact of the minor events continues to suggest our planetary field is in big trouble, and the lower layers the ionosphere and the atmosphere of earth are becoming more vulnerable..."
The video can been seen here: starts at 1:25