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originally posted by: notmyrealname
This is, in my opinion the epitome of ATS excellence! I commend you fine OP and look forward to meeting the excellent bar you have placed for us all!
Huh, funny, it wasn't censored... Look at the coordinates; 5h 53m 27s, -6d 10' 56" for the "missing section" and then 5h 42m 21s, +22d 36' 34.5" for the image of the T Tauri star and nebula.
originally posted by: thorfourwinds
Thank you for straightening that out, or did you?
Yes, the coordinates appear to be wrong.
What about Google's comment?
So, you are calling BP EARTHWATCH a liar?
It is noticed that you did not directly address the 'revealed' pic of 'Nibiru.
originally posted by: EndOfDays77
Here is just one of my collection of Planet X images taken at dawn at 50 degrees latitude. Visible for about 20 minutes then lost in the glare of the Sun.
I have captured it about 8 times and it is always in The 2 o'clock position (the cylindrical object) relative to the Sun precisely where it should be for the Northern Hemisphere.
My image depicts the 'persona' which resembles a streak and is likely caused by the orbiting debris field around the Brown Dwarf corpus of PX.I have also included SOHO/LASCO images taken from the same day.
It will become more visible soon and the cat finally out the bag after all these years-people need to get themselves in prepared for its passing!
originally posted by: ngchunter
Yes. He is. The missing image is still missing. Here's a screenshot of me as I write this comment and google sky on the left, showing that the missing image I found and presented here is still missing.
BP lied about them having "removed the censor," and he claims to have checked himself, so yes he's lying. The object he shows is a T Tauri star and reflection nebula in completely different coordinates and it is not moving:
That should tell you something about the reliability of the information you get from people like BPEarthwatch.