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I tried to pull that up tonight but to my suprise UB313 is now convieniently orbiting a great distance away from our solar system despite the fact that when I had looked at it only so many months ago you could see clear as day that it not only entered our solar system but appeared to come into direct contact with Earth.
Originally posted by amitheone
We still need to observe the laws of physics as our physical world is bounded by it.
[edit on 11-12-2007 by amitheone]
This is the bit that I've never understood? A planet coming into our solar system will surely get "sucked" in by gravity? It wouldn't be able to just pass through on it's own orbit? Unless it's controlled by something else
This to me looks like a planet with wings. Wings respresent flying right? so this to could mean that the planet is moving or that the planet is known to move or "fly"
Originally posted by Mogget
The diagram that you posted clearly shows an object that is in solar orbit. In other words, it is part of our Solar System. As for "getting sucked in by gravity", it is already under the gravitational dominion of the Sun. It just happens to be in a very elliptical orbit, like that of a comet.
The "winged disc" is universally accepted as a symbol of the Sun and it's corona (outer atmosphere). The Sun would have changed from a bright disc to a jet black one with "wings", and day would have become night for a few minutes. To the Sumerians, that would have been an act of the gods.
If this planet does enter our orbit how comes it is able to leave again? Why doesn't it join in our orbit around the sun, the same as the rest of the planets in our solar system?
But I've watched a few video's of a solar eclipse and it looks nothing like a planet with wings