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Originally posted by donhuangenaro
it is interesting that this anomaly goes behind the cloud:
so, it is not lens flare or any another lens effect in my opinion
and, as for the reflection on the window glass: if you look carefully there are reflections on the glass behaving as they should - they are moving, but the anomaly is not moving like reflections are...
... hence, it is not a reflection on the window glass
[edit on 4-5-2009 by donhuangenaro]
I suggest any or all of you take your camera or cell phone and take a pic of the sun. I did a week ago and got the same image, but it was at the "10:00" position. I'm in california. I also had my daughter take a pic with her cell and she got the same image.
Astronomers call this boundary the Kuiper cliff, because the density of space rocks drops off so steeply. What caused it? The only answer seems to be a 10th planet. We're not talking about Quaoar or Sedna: this is a massive object, as big as Earth or Mars, that has swept the area clean of debris.