reply to post by daz__
So was I right about it being a supernova?
I new I had seen similar images somewhere
Originally posted by daz__
reply to post by Pauligirl
just had a look and no they are not the same picture. the picture in wiki is in the visible spectrum and the starviewer picture is in the microwave spectrum. nice picture though..
Originally posted by Pauligirl
This should do it.
The exact same picture-identified as V838 Monocerotis.
Just had to do a little more digging.
We can give you 6 arguments to show you that this is not a supernova. In fact we were waiting that some "Official" astronomer would tell us exactly that: That it is a supernova. But we already have the answer ready:
1- Supernovae can not be sized G1.9+3, much less reflect blue in the spectrum of infrared. On the other hand a brown dwarf of L or T type can have 1 to 3 Mj, due to an aspect related with the presence of methane. T dwarfs are distinctly blue due to lack of green and red lights in the absorption spectrum caused by methane. Methane is also abundant in the atmosphere of Jupiter and the gas, along with the bands and clouds of other complex molecules, give rise to alternating patches of pink and blue in Jupiter. (Kirkpatrick et al de L & T Enanas; M , L, y T clasificación, y Adam J. Burgasser 's T-Enanas.)
2 .- If there is a supernova at that distance from 30UA, the radiation from it would be doing toast of us literally at this moment.
3- In the Oort cloud there is just at that position an irregular accumulation of stellar impulse in the heliopause, between 30 and 35UA that fits exactly with the coordinates where the anomaly was detected. The coordinates of the object located in Sagitarius G1.9 +3: RA: 17h48m45s Dec: -27:10:00 Alt: -25:51:13 Az: 102:49:28 The coordinates of the Pluto are: RA: 18h: 04m: 53s Dec: -17:44:24 Alt: -20:35:50 AZ: 94:13:31 Ambos dos en sagitario, Two both in Sagittarius,
4 .- You can verify that the stellar momentum is increased in Oort by 41%, causing the displacement of asteroids that are now hitting Jupiter and Pluto.
5 .- Interestingly, if you look at the spectrum of gamma rays (Fermi), you'll see that the emission of Gamma in this range are those of an area that is aligned with the center of the galaxy, so that the area is shown in intense orange. If it was a supernova nearby, the emissions should be in the range of intense red and it is not the case, so it must be an object of a different nature: [namely] A T-type brown dwarf rich in methane for sure.
6 .- It can be seen clearly that in the past two months, there have been small reversals in the magnetosphere of Uranus, Neptune, Saturn, Jupiter, and of course Mars, Earth and Venus. In fact, Mercury has developed a strange path in LASCO2, because it experienced a disturbance of 33 degrees in its axis, [while] Earth and Venus, 22 ° and 19.5 ° exactly.
Certainly you talk about Elsa Pataki, but it's not what I say, but 700 astronomers from various institutions, [and also] including more than 20 reports that NASA has made on Oort [cloud], and those coordinates.
Originally posted by randyvs
No disrespect queenannie
Originally posted by Pauligirl
I really didn’t understand most of this, but I can tell you that what they identified as a brown dwarf in the pictures labeled “The Brown Dwarf and her approach” is not a brown dwarf.
It’s V838 Mon.
V838 Monocerotis (V838 Mon) is a red variable star in the constellation Monoceros about 20,000 light years (6 kpc) from the Sun. The star experienced a major outburst that was observed in early 2002.
Shouldn't they know that?
Google Video Link
Analysis of the Landlords of collision of asteroids in Oort. Documento of NI.La work hour of the truth./quote]
OK. Now that THAT is out of the way...
Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha, etc. You get the idea.
I'm not sure what is going on with this site, but I have a hunch that the owners only show up once in a while to ban the folks that aren't playin' nice.
And letting anything also go.
Threads like this actually make me feel silly about being on this site.
Originally posted by tothetenthpower
reply to post by hippomchippo
Well ofcourse, what I am saying is that with a regular telescope you could see it.
This whole Niburu, Brown Dwarf stuff is not real. If something exists our there it must have a cloaking device.
You can't keep something like that a secret, it's far too big.
reply to post by queenannie38
the whole Nibiru issue is built upon theories and ideas that directly fly in the face of what is now KNOWN about motion, gravity, physics, and etc. - particularly gravity - it's the basis for understanding all movement in the cosmos, both terrestrial and extra-terre
Love your family & friends like there isn't a tomorrow.
edit to add: Consider this... it takes us 6 months to go ½ way around the sun. If a planet were to have an extremely elliptical orbit say ... like a comet ... if it's orbit brought it close in within 1 - 1.5AU of the sun how long would it take to see it? to pass close by? if it only takes us 6 months to make the trip? How long would it really be visible? AND it's got the surface reflectivity of burnt fuggin toast? Even if it's almost the size of Jupiter I think our scientists (remind you of our climatologists accuracies) would have a hard time seeing it even if it slams into Earth. Keep an open mind until 2011 or so.