An Australian news site published some information about Planet X so I posted them a few photo's that I had and I also provided them with links to
this forum and the "Black Out" picture , they wrote to google and got this response ...
Full story here : www.australia.to...
Has Google Earth intentionally blacked out a portion of the night sky.
Friday March 28, 2008 8:16am EST
BRISBANE, Australia - Google provides a service known as Google Earth. The facilities are used world wide to provide details of real time, real life
images of the earth and night sky.
Google's night sky image for the region LAT -6.01931° LONG -91.5903° appears to show either a very empty part of the sky or an incomplete image.
Planet X is said by some inquisitive people to be visible in that portion of the sky and have expressed disappointment that Google has apparently not
provided a full service.
Google provides its services at no cost and is under no obligation to show all of the sky.
There may be many reasons why that portion of the sky is not shown.
Interest in Planet X and or Nibiru is widespread and the lack of detail of all of the night sky creates all sorts of conspiracy theories.
We will send an email to Google to find out for www.Australia.to readers why there is a blank portion of the sky. There may be a reasonable
explanation that could include the fact that the above image is not genuine.
Discussion on the missing part of the image can be found on the internet as as example of how imaginations try to fill in the gaps of incomplete
Australia.to will publish any answer received from Google and any updates that are sent.but Google is under no obligation to respond.
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