Real Time Satellite Tracking Now Available for the ’The Cros
Real Time Satellite Tracking Now Available for the ’The Cross in Space’
by Michael Ireland, ASSIST News Service
Arthur Blessitt is known for carrying a cross on his back around the world.
Now, ‘The Cross in Space’, can now be tracked in real time as it orbits and passes over all the earth.
The cross is made from the cross Arthur Blessitt has carried around the world in 319 nations, island groups and territories.
The Celestis11/Falcon 9 satellite was launched May 22nd from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
It orbits at an altitude of 165-196 miles (265-315km) and orbits the earth every 90 minutes. It should remain in orbit for about one year.
Arthur says: "The Cross has now been carried around the world and now is in orbit above the earth. I am thrilled and pray the blessings of Jesus upon all the earth for the Glory of God. It’s fun seeing where the cross is! God bless you. Jesus loves you.
“Welcome Jesus in your life right now. Share with your friends around the world that the cross will be passing over them. The Cross is the most popular symbol in the world reminding us that Jesus died and shed His Holy Blood for our sins."
As this reporter logged-on to see where in space the satellite-bearing cross happened to be, it was passing over Mongolia.
For more info about the cross in space and to view in real time the cross in orbit go to: www.blessitt.com and click "View the Earth Orbit."
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