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As often happens, paid shills and disinformation specialists jumped at the chance to discredit the photographs, calling them lens flares, sun dogs, or other atmospheric phenomena. Unfortunately, many people believe the shills, partly because Nibiru enthusiasts often capture, and sometimes fabricate, sketchy images of Nibiru. Ninety-eight percent, conservatively speaking, of Nibiru photographs and video are either hoaxes or simply images mistaken for Nibiru.
originally posted by: iTruthSeeker
The OP is referring to the little dot to the right of the sun. The lense flare.
“There is no evidence of tampering, photo-shopping, or manipulation. It is our conclusion the photograph is authentic and not some form of atmospheric aberration,” the report stated.