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Dead or missing astronomers around the world
Astrophysicist Professor Kohi-Ichiro Morita (murdered astronomer in Chile)
Rodney marks mysterious death at Amundsen-Scott base.
Steven Rawlings, death…murder ….connection to one square array telescope
Gravity vortex imaging (ALMA in Chile)
Hawaii Telescope (Subaru Telescope) Japanese/USNO
Robert Harrington’s connection to Japanese astronomers and Hawaii telescope
Dr Tadashi Mukai.
Richard A Muller.
Dr Harki Mobi Telescope in Alaska....linked to the Vatican intelligence service SILOE....Vatican space telescope looking for and at HMO..(note : a satellite with a telescope inside it).
SIV..........Vatican intelligence service....servizio informazioni del Vaticano.
SVS (Secretum Omega) cosmic top secret.
Keyhole satellites Nobeyama Radioheliograph Connection asteroids and meteors showers in the coming months IRAS Spitzer Telescope Chandra Spitzer telescope Telescopes around the world …especially in the southern hemisphere Links to some articles plus photographs and videos General bits and pieces not in the general report This report has been a collection of articles placed together to show the systematic cover up of dead astronomers all over the world. Their deaths vary from plane crashes to brain aneurysms. Most if not all these people where researching deep space with either earth based telescopes or space based telescopes. Parts two to five are articles placed together about universities, observatories and corporations connections to these deaths.
…Koh-Ichiro Morita - Japanese Astronomer/Scientist… Sometimes in life things can go from bad to worst…..being dead is not particularly good for one’s hair style or chosen profession.
In the case of the individual above whom happens to be dead at the moment it was an absolute tragedy….yet when one turns up dead overnight from say, a stab wound to the head or under mysterious circumstances it would be nice in a fair world to have some truth….
But unfortunately this is a mixed up world at the best of times and truth is a word which escapes out once and a while to surface where nobody can find it….that is until now.
Facts…: Koh-Ichiro Morita was a Japanese Astronomer/Scientist living in Chile until he was murdered by a stab wound to the head….he died very soon afterwards.
Now for the propaganda….below is a remembrance note from Masahiko Hayashi..Director General... National Astronomical Observatory of Japan.
That in this remembrance note it says Koh-Ichiro Morita passed away not murdered in cold bloody from a gang member with connection to the military.
…In Remembrance of Professor Koh-Ichiro Morita… I deeply regret that Professor Koh-Ichiro Morita passed away suddenly on May 7 (Chilean Time). I would like to extend my heartfelt condolences tohis family.
Professor Morita was one of the world’s renowned astronomers in the field of aperture synthesis with radio interferometric technique. In the early 1980’s, he served as an assistant professor at the newly-opened Nobeyama Radio Observatory and attempted the first imaging with the aperture synthesis technique using Nobeyama Millimeter Array in Japan. During the years in Nobeyama, he took the lead in proposing a Large Millimeter Array (LMA), pointing out the importance of using a large number of antennas. The LMA Project later developed into an international project in cooperation among Japan, Europe, and North America, which led to the present ALMA (Atacama Large Millimeter/ submillimeter Array) Project under construction in Chile.
From 2010, Professor Morita served as System Verification Scientist (Lead) at the Joint ALMA Observatory (JAO). His mission was very important in verifying that images of target objects are properly synthesized at 10 times higher resolution than the Subaru Telescope by receiving radio waves with 66 antennas when completed. Since he was not only a famed expert of aperture synthesis but also a gentle and warm-hearted person, he was respected, admired, and beloved by his colleagues at the JAO.
His sudden passing was a huge loss to everyone that knew him and all the NAOJ staff share the deep sadness. Abiding by his will, we reaffirm our determination to move forward, wishing his soul may rest in peace.
May 9, 2012 Masahiko Hayashi Director General National Astronomical Observatory of Japan Oh how the mighty have fallen…the propaganda and disinfo on this Japanese astronomer started as soon as he hit the pavement in Chile.
His personal web/blog was taken down 6 hours after his death then the disinfo started and from that moment on the powers that be (or where) took over and ran stories to cover up all the facts…..
This is the man who stabbed Koh-Ichiro Morita …notice the tattoo on his neck which is gang related.
…Steven Rawlings, Astrophysicist… Astrophysicist Steven Rawlings, University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, died under mysterious circumstances on Wednesday, January 11, 2012. Rawlings, age 50, was a key figure in the Square Kilometre Array(SKA) Telescope Project (read Nature’s News Feature on the SKA).
Rawlings’ body was found at a bungalow in Southmoor, a small town on the outskirts of Oxford.
A 49-year-old man, who was arrested on suspicion of murder, has been released on bail.
Astronomer George Miley at Leiden Observatory in the Netherlands, a friend of Rawlings for more than 20 years and vice-president of the executive committee of the International Astronomical Union described Rawlings as “the kind of person you’d want to sit down and have a beer with.” According to Miley, Rawlings was a “brilliant scientist whose death will be a great loss to SKA.” Again, the greatest fear a cover-up has is an uncontrolled unraveling. There are many with good hearts, who want the public know what they are privy to as the cataclysm precursors heat up.
Was Rawlings’ death a message to others of like mind? Again, you be the judge!
South Pole Death Mystery - Who killed Dr Rodney Marks?
Scientist Rodney Marks died at the South Pole in May 2000. Months later, tests showed he had been poisoned by a lethal dose of methanol. Dogged efforts by New Zealand authorities to investigate his puzzling death have been stonewalled by Marks' American employers.
Now documents obtained under America's Freedom of Information Act suggest diplomatic heat is being brought to bear on the NZ inquiry. Andrea Hotere reports.
An American government department appears to be applying diplomatic pressure to the New Zealand police investigation into the mysterious death of an Australian scientist poisoned at the South Pole.
Police have said Dr Rodney Marks, a brilliant young astrophysicist who died in 2000 from a lethal dose of methanol, may have been murdered. They said suicide was "the least likely scenario" to explain his death.
But New Zealand investigators have been frustrated by a lack of co-operation from the National Science Foundation (NSF), the US body that runs the US Antarctic programme and for whom Marks, 32, worked.
The death is being investigated in New Zealand with the agreement of American and Australian authorities, and Christchurch coroner Richard McElrea has adjourned his inquest.
Documents obtained by the Sunday Star-Times under America's Freedom of Information Act include a letter sent last month by Christchurch investigating officer, detective senior sergeant Grant Wormald, to the NSF.
Wormald wrote: "I am aware that Mr Blum (actually Bloom) of the United States State Department has written to Mr Trevor Hughes from the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) questioning my perseverance in the conducting of this enquiry."
Wormald had earlier told the inquest into Marks' death that police had spent four years trying to get information from the American authorities that appeared to have investigated the death, but it was unclear how far their inquiries went.
No significant reports from NSF, or its contractor, Raytheon Polar Services, who ran the South Pole station, were available. Raytheon Polar Services is an offshoot of the multibillion-dollar Raytheon Company Ltd, a US defence and aerospace systems supplier.
Any information would have helped police and consequently the coroner's inquiry, Wormald said.
Last week, Wormald would not comment on why he had written in those terms to NSF, but Green Party foreign affairs spokesman Keith Locke said the letter's content appeared to indicate diplomatic pressure.
He said whatever doubts American authorities had about jurisdiction issues, they had a moral obligation to "offer the fullest cooperation and encourage full investigation, especially when a person dies in strange circumstances".
MFAT's policy unit head Trevor Hughes said the letter expressed Wormald's interpretation, which he said was incorrect. Hughes said the NSF had done more than it was obliged to do to co-operate with the New Zealand police investigation; his legal advice was that the NSF only had to cooperate voluntarily.
The Freedom of Information Act documents add to the police's confusion about what investigations were done into Marks' death by the US organisations.
NSF spokesman Jeff Nesbit last week told the Star-Times that the NSF had not investigated Marks' death; the only investigation done was medical.
But a letter dated June 15, 2005, by Dr Karl Erb, Director of the Office of Polar Programmes, states: "A great deal of time and effort has gone into the analysis (of Marks' death)."
Another letter, dated December 1, 2006 from Wormald to the NSF, suggests his most recent inquiries from people at the station when Marks died revealed that all ethanol bottles and a still for producing alcohol of some sort had been found and repatriated to the US by the NSF.
The documents also include the police survey sent to the 50 people at the Pole when Marks died. It includes questions about intravenous drug use (at the inquest in December, it was reported Marks had three needle marks in his right arm) and drinking games at the station.
Nesbit said Raytheon Polar Services, as the NSF's contractor for Antarctic services, assumed all "audit, accounting and responsibility" and was responsible for medical care that Marks received.
…A Mysterious Death at the South Pole… Fifty people. The most remote base on the planet. No way in or out for eight months. Then one of them dies under curious circumstances. A new look into one of Antarctica’s most enduring enigmas.
Bottom of the World: The Dome at the Amundsen-Scott base, where Aussie scientist Rodney Marks died in 2000. Photo credit: Brien Barnett / National Science Foundation During the 24 hours that Rodney Marks’s life was slipping away from him, he had plenty of time to contemplate his predicament. He knew he was trapped, cut off from adequate medical attention, about as far from civilization as one can get on this planet. He knew that during the long, dark winters at the South Pole—where for eight months of the year it’s too cold to land a plane—small problems become big ones very fast.
As the 32-year-old Australian astrophysicist lay on the old navy gurney in the biomed facility of the Amundsen-Scott base, Marks may have been thinking about the Russian doctor who had to give himself an appendectomy during a South Pole “winterover” in 1961, or of Dr. Jerri Nielsen, who in 1999 diagnosed and treated her own breast cancer with supplies dropped in by parachute.
But unlike them, neither Marks nor the base’s lone physician had any idea what was wrong with him. He had woken up at 5:30 that morning vomiting blood, and the burn that had started in the pit of his stomach was now radiating throughout his body.
It was already Marks’s second visit to the makeshift hospital that day, and he arrived scared, anxious, and wearing sunglasses to protect his unbearably sensitive eyes. There was no one medical condition that the base physician, Dr. Robert Thompson, could think of that would explain what was happening to Marks. The doctor’s only link to the outside world was an internet connection and a satellite phone, and both were down at the time — the base’s position at the bottom of the planet meant it lost its signal for much of each day. The doctor spent hours clutching for a diagnosis, at one point grabbing hold of alcohol withdrawal and even anxiety as possibilities.
Thompson injected Marks with a sedative, which calmed him enough that he decided to return to his own bed and rest for a while. He lay beside his girlfriend, Sonja, sleepless and afraid, listening to the shifting ice groan beneath him. Then he retched again. More blood. His breathing was now uncontrollably fast. Pain throbbed in his joints, and he began to panic. He made his way back to Biomed, this time stumbling through the dimly lit tunnels, disoriented, as if in fast motion.
By the time he arrived, he was hyperventilating and combative. Thompson gave him another injection — this time Haldol, a powerful antipsychotic — just to regain control of him. As it took effect, Marks lay down again, but this time he began to lose consciousness. He moaned quietly with each exhale and squeezed Sonja’s hand lightly. Then his heart stopped.
A stationwide alarm summoned the trauma team, a few trained volunteers whose real jobs could be anything from scientist to mechanic. Darryn Schneider, a fellow physicist and the only other Australian at the base, was the first to arrive. He took over for Sonja, holding the ventilator mask over his good friend’s nose and mouth, desperately pumping air into Marks’s lungs.
Then, just before six in the evening, as the trauma team scrambled to save him and the rest of the 50-member crew were sitting down to dinner, Marks took a deep, sighing breath into his chest — it was his last. It was May 12, 2000, a full five months before a plane would be able to retrieve his body.