Elon Musk’s company will launch its signature Falcon 9 rocket on Thursday morning, November 16 during a 1am to 3am GMT (8pm to 10pm EST on Wednesday November 15) time window.
The Falcon 9 will set off from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on a secret mission to deliver Zuma into orbit. Unlike other SpaceX launches, tomorrow’s flight will not be live streamed over the internet.
SpaceX tweeted: “Static fire test of Falcon 9 complete—targeting November 15 launch of Zuma from Pad 39A in Florida.”
But an article published on SomeonesBones.com, alleges that an anonymous SpaceX insider, knows the “truth” behind the top secret launch.
The questionable source claims that Mr. Musk is part of a global cabal of elitists who have been granted covert knowledge of the impeding Nibiru cataclysm.
The article quotes the source, saying: “Elon is secretly obsessed with Nibiru. I’ve known him for ten years; I know how the man thinks. “The government promised him ‘life after Nibiru’ if he got onboard with their program and promised to keep it all hush hush.
“That’s why all the payloads are classified; they deal with scientific instruments created to better gauge Nibiru’s time line and the effects that will imperil our planet once it crosses.”
The source allegedly said: “This launch will carry a deep space thermal imaging satellite into orbit.
“Elon has met with high ranking military and civilian officials several times during the last two months. There’s a reason the government is enlisting public help for money and secrecy.
“Do you know why Obama killed the shuttle program? Because too many questions were being asked about what exactly those orbiters were doing up there.
“By relying on people like Elon, the government can largely absolve itself of culpability.”
But Government claims are far from the outrageous allegations presented in the article.
In fact, defence contractor Northrop Grumman confirmed that the Falcon 9 will deliver its Zuma payload on behalf of the US Government.
Lon Rains, communications director at Northrop Grumman’s Space Systems Division, said: “Northrop Grumman is proud to be a part of the Zuma launch. This event represents a cost effective approach to space access for government missions.