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Though not known to the American people about G1.9 is that since its discovery NASA has continued to maintain that it is the remnant of a supernova explosion that occurred about 140 years ago, an explanation deemed “absurd” by Russian scientists who point out, correctly, that for a supernova to have exploded in our own Solar System in the mid 1800’s it would have been not only visible to the entire Earth, it would have been extensively documented too.
Supporting these Russian scientists who state that G1.9 was never a supernova but either a new planet to our Solar System or a brown dw
Originally posted by Aggie Man
Cool story. I looked up G1.9 to see an image. It looks very similar to the Firefox logo.
Originally posted by Essan
G1.9 is about 25,000 light years from Earth. It's light reached the solar system 140 years ago.
I don't think it's planet x! Does look a bit like the firefox logo on the Chandra images though
Originally posted by leaked
New to the forums, and not much for introductions since I find them to be rather old fashioned.
p, I did a simple level adjustment and came across an interesting find, once again... the photo seems to be doctored, surprise surprise. Have a look yourself, it isn't as "juicy" as the Saturn's Moon Rave Lightshow as I like to call it, but it's a bit alarming IMO.
Russia Prepares For Asteroid Strike As New Comet Nears Sun
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
Russian scientists are reporting today that our Sun's worst Deep Solar
Minimum in 100-years has been broken by a newly discovered comet
currently plunging towards its surface that has increased this past
months Sunspot Number to 15.7, the highest it has been in Solar Cycle 24
since March, 2008, and has caused a massive eruption of C-Class flares
for the past 16 days.