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WWTelescope: Nibiru and it's planetary system?

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posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 12:59 AM
I was checking out WorldWide Telescope and found

an interesting object, or set of.

When viewed at high zoom using Digitized Sky Survey

(Optical) imagery, you get this:

And when you use SDSS: Sloan Digital Sky Survey

You get this:

Here is a filtered image of same:

The coordinates are:
RA: 08h45m55s
Dec: +06:27:38

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posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 03:28 AM
Hard to say, the blurry low quality pictures in these sky progs makes it hard to make out any thing !!

You should check out a guy on YouTube, he calls him self NoStarPanel , he has alot of cool vids !!

BZCAPMOOR asked if the image in his/her video is Nibiru/Planet x. We will do an in-depth analysis to answer this question.

This is NoStarPanel's youtube channel

Hope you find it informative in away ....

posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 05:38 AM
reply to post by imd12c4funn

Something to keep in mind when it comes to Nibiru images;

  1. Nibiru is said to be a planet with some moons orbiting it, as the myth goes.

  2. There is no mention of a star, Dwarf, Brown or otherwise in the original myth.

  3. Planets normally do not give off their own light so, therefore, without a star to reflect light Nibiru will not show an optical image.

The old Nibiru myth becomes something different with the addition of a star and the label of 'planet X' makes it even more different yet. This is obvious proof of fiction in my opinion.


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