Predicted by Tony Rodrigues
In 2015, NASA’s Dawn spacecraft was approaching the dwarf planet Ceres in the asteroid belt to investigate mysteries such as bright spots that looked like lights on the surface.
Before the spacecraft arrived at Ceres, Tony Rodrigues told Dr. Michael Salla that the “bright spots” were actually light reflections from salt deposits formed by geysers of salt water with a little magnesium.
NASA eventually concluded that the spots were indeed deposits of salt from brine (salt-enriched water) from deep in Ceres’ interior. See Article.
Before NASA’s “discovery,” Tony told Dr. Salla what he later described in his book Ceres Colony Cavalier:
“Several months later, the geyser on Ceres Colony erupted inside the Occator crater. This time, I decided I would get out of my comfort zone and go and have a look. The main observation window was crammed with officers, so I couldn’t see it there. But I knew a smaller porthole window. There were two other people there — one of them was a ranking Deutche officer, that I had never seen in the meetings, donning the full uniform, hat and all.”
“It was an incredible sight. This geyser was spraying water over ten kilometers into the vacuum of space around it. The water would evaporate before reaching the surface, and left the remnants of what appeared to be snow in the air. It would funnel down in a type of ‘cone-like’ formation. This “snow” was actually salt with a little magnesium, and piles piles of it were left all around this geyser. It was beautiful. The geyser was surrounded by mountains, and it all looked like it was part of a grey desert.”