2045-YA. The high-intensity reflections are due to its surface of solid gold.

Registered Phenomena Code: RPC-334-NC

Object Class: Omega-Black Presumed Neutralized, Pending

Hazard Types: Extra-Terrestrial Hazard, Titanic Hazard, Climatological Hazard, Geological Hazard, Ecological Hazard

Containment Protocols: Any details of RPC-334-NC outside of the supplied media narrative are to be safeguarded from greater understanding via routine suppression and intimidation tactics. See Operation World Mockingbird Vol. II and Fundamental Gangstalking & Gaslighting Tactics for Continued Peace & Prosperity, Vol. III (UN International Library) for details of these standardized protocols, respectively.

Description: RPC-334-NC is the designation given to a near-miss, potential extinction-level event on Earth in the year 2045. RPC-334-NC was heralded by the identification of 2045-YA (aka NEO1 2045BYYA-1839), a low-orbit asteroid 2.3km in diameter that was set to dip below Earth's satellites in late January, but was calculated to pass through uninterrupted by a terrestrial impact.

On the evening of January 20th, 2045, 2045-YA changed its course to turn towards Earth. However, its descent was suspended, and an impact avoided, by ill-understood and anomalous means that have not been elucidated to this day. GD-level representation has declined to comment on the incident. The use of Authority-native anomalies in RPC-334-NC cannot be ruled out.


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