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Originally posted by iasenko
"A comet almost 2x the size of Jupiter (the largest planet in our solar system) recently passed through our solar system but was never reported on main stream media because the scientists and astrologists "thought we were toast".
Comet 17P/Holmes shocked astronomers on Oct. 24, 2007, with a spectacular eruption. In less than 24 hours, the 17th magnitude comet brightened by a factor of nearly a million, becoming a naked-eye object in the evening sky. By mid-November the expanding comet was the largest object in the solar system--bigger even than the Sun. Since then, the comet has faded back to invisibility.
Originally posted by InfaRedMan
Yeah I remember it being discussed on C2C but that was just it's 'glow', not it's size as a solid. Didn't it have something to do with charged particles or something?
Originally posted by zorgon
Explosion that created a debris cloud that expanded larger than the sun... no MASS just show...
Holmes exploded like 24 kilotons of TNT and ejected 10 million metric tons of dust and gas into space.
Originally posted by TallWhites
Look what the kook posted on his website
... more of the regular 9/11 kookiness: maya12-21-2012.com...