The NASA Space Center has announced that it will travel closer to Earth on the 16th of the Christmas Comet after 70 years . This year’s Christmas festivities have already begun to stumble. The Christmas star is called the Christmas Comet. Also, this Christmas comet is called 46 B Virdane ( 46P / Wirtanen ). You can see this comet directly. Traveling closer to Earth on the 16th The NASA Space Center has said that the comet will be seen at any time at night.
Moreover, we can see this comet of the Jupiter family from our eyes until the end of this month. This 46 P. Vertanean comet can be seen in the sky with the Gemini’s comet. You can see this star only from morning till tomorrow morning.
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In December, when a large meteorologist entering the earth enters 3200 bay, enters the earth, with about 100 stars at the entrance to the earth. It is noteworthy that these astronomers can be clearly seen with telescope or phenacular.
It is noteworthy that this comet was the closest to the Earth about 70 years ago.
The long-awaited trailer for Avengers 4 finally arrived this morning, revealing the name of the movie and the first official footage. But that’s not all we got from Avengers: Endgame this morning. The trailer’s premiere was accompanied by a new release date, as well as the first teaser poster for the film that will conclude this era of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. See the poster, watch the trailer, and read all about the date-change — plus, is this really the final title of the movie, or might Marvel have one last trick up their sleeve? Be warned, mild possible-spoiler discussions ahead!
The first official poster for Marvel’s “Avengers: Endgame”SOURCE: MARVEL STUDIOS
First of all, that poster is lovely and actually has some not-so-subtle visual hints about Endgame. If you just look at the poster, what do you see? A broken, battered Avengers symbol seeming to break apart and turn to dust, reflecting the way half of the universe’s population vanished when Thanos snapped his fingers in Infinity War. But in truth, what looks like a dissolving symbol is actually the reverse, as the full trailer reveals. Before I explain further, take a look at the Avengers: Endgame trailer…
So you see, the trailer shows that the broken and battered Avengers symbol is not dissolving, but rather reforming itself from fragments and dust. In other words, the dissolve reverses and the Avengers symbol reforms itself — and that, of course, represents the Avengers reversing the effects of Thanos’ snap, rising from ashes and reconstituting themselves not just as a team but in a literal sense. It’s not exactly a surprise that we can expect the snap-to-ashes ending of Infinity War to somehow be reversed or otherwise fixed, the secret and the thrill is in waiting to find out HOW it will all be accomplished.
The trailer doesn’t exactly give us any explicit information about what the Avengers will do to reverse the effects of Thanos’ snap, but fans of the comics and films will spot a few things in this trailer that give us some hints. First of all, we see the scarecrow Thanos constructed out of his armor — it was first shown for a brief moment at the end of Infinity War, as Thanos comes out of his house to watch the sunset at his farm. The trailer also shows Thanos walking through a field on the farm, wearing the Gauntlet and dressed in what appears to be ragged clothing. We also see Scott Lang, aka Ant-Man, showing up at Avengers headquarters, after we last saw him trapped in the Quantum Realm during the post-credit scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp. We know the Quantum Realm will play a role in the events of Endgame, we just don’t know precisely how, but Lang’s appearance in the trailer isn’t a random cameo.
Official Real 3D poster for Marvel’s “Ant-Man and the Wasp”SOURCE: MARVEL STUDIOS
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Separately, we know Nick Fury called Captain Marvel for help in Infinity War’s other post-credit scene, and the Captain Marvel movie next March will lead into Avengers: Endgame. This is crucial because we’ve seen the Skrull and Kree in the trailers for Captain Marvel, we know the Skrull infiltrate other worlds disguised as powerful characters (including superheroes they replace), and there’s reason to believe Endgame introduces a new larger threat to the already-complicated situation.
I don’t wish to say too much that might spoil certain story points for those who wish to remain surprised by as much as possible in Endgame, but since I already put a spoiler warning at the start of this article, anyone still reading must not mind some mild maybe-spoiler discussion, so here goes…
In the comics, there’s a point at which Thanos winds up teaming up with the good guys to stop a separate threat. Is it possible that after becoming a farmer in Infinity War, Thanos will be forced to confront a rising threat that costs him the Infinity Gauntlet, and necessitates him approaching the remaining superheroes to warn them and team up with them against whatever threat has emerged to threaten the universe and wield the Gauntlet for even more sinister purposes? Could that threat be the Skrull, after they perhaps seek out Thanos for vengeance because his snap cost them half of their empire?
Official poster for Marvel’s “Captain Marvel”SOURCE: MARVEL STUDIOS
Imagine the Avengers facing a new invasion of Earth and a galactic war in the aftermath of Thanos’ snap, realizing the invaders have obtained the Infinity Gauntlet, and being forced to form a temporary alliance with Thanos to stop this threat, only to also have to fight Thanos one final time at the end to stop him from retaining the Gauntlet. All of it could transpire within the context of a war between rival alien empires, and will likely include alternate dimensions and time travel, too.
The potential for precisely this sort of story line is why I’ve long believed the title of Avengers 4 would turn out to be Secret War or Secret Invasion. Which is why, combined with the months of secrecy and speculation about the title and its relevance, I can’t help wondering if today’s title reveal — Endgame — might be temporary. What if Marvel is planning to surprise us again, by revealing a different title when Avengers 4 hits theaters?
I know, I know, it seems crazy and unlikely, and it surely is. After all, it would mess up the tracking of buzz and could confuse some audiences, right? On the other hand, this is an Avengers film, so anybody who wants to see it WILL see it, and it’s going to be one of the biggest films in cinema history — surely topping $1.5 billion, and possibly matching or exceeding Infinity War‘s $2+ billion global cume. So does Marvel really need to worry about tracking and all of the data that would be thrown for a loop if the title changed at the last minute? Probably not.
Do I really expect Marvel to change the title? No, I guess not. But do I have a feeling in my gut that it’s at least possible it might happen? Yes, I do. And on the off chance it really did happen, I’d bet dollars to donuts the real title wound up being Secret War or Secret Invasion.
That said, Endgame is a perfectly good title and is quite fitting, and I don’t frankly think the title will matter much at all anyway. Even if the title reflected a specific plot and set of events from the comics, we all know Marvel Studios uses the comic book source material for inspiration but not literal adaptation of story plot points — they take the concept, and then create something new and original with it. And whatever the titles, as long as they aren’t outright terrible or off-putting in some weird way, the films will make the same box office as long as they are branded “Marvel” and have the word “Avengers” in them.
Anyway, today we have Avengers: Endgame, and it’s surely going to stay that way. The trailer itself looks appropriately somber and hopeless, which is no doubt how the heroes feel after Thanos’ victory. The cinematography looks terrific, as it did in Infinity War (probably the best cinematography of the MCU to date). The little bits of dialogue and performance we get are splendid, including Robert Downey Jr.’s message to Pepper Potts. Overall, it’s a great tease that wets our appetite without giving much away, so it’s exactly what it needed be.
As if all of this weren’t enough, today’s trailer also revealed the release date is no longer May 3 — instead, Marvel is releasing the Avengers: Endgame a week earlier, on April 26. You’ll recall the same thing happened with Avengers: Infinity War, so this move was expected. But now it’s official, so start clearing your schedule for the weekend after Easter, dear readers.
We’ll be getting more from Marvel in the coming weeks and months, for both Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame, so stay tuned and check back at this space for more details soon!