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LETTER FROM NASA SCIENTIST Creates More Questions? Rogue Planet Alert!

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posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 03:24 PM
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Wow...talk about a drastic attitude change in this thread. Thanks to all who support me in my personal mission. Now that we've successfully drove out most of the negative individuals, we can get back to business. I'm curious about DarkspARCS super massive comet theory...any thoughts?

[edit on 26-4-2010 by discl0sur3]




posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 03:30 PM
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Can you show us these ejections as you claim?



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 03:32 PM
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Hold on a moment..didn't you just say;



I am also sure it is just Venus. if you have stellarium or other astro software, do check it out, it is Venus, "following the sun".


???!

You were very sure it was Venus a little while ago, according to your super-duper astro-software?

But now, your very sure it's Mercury, again according to your super-duper astro-software?

Huh?

We have a scientist who works at NASA, so...a NASA scientist saying it's Venus, we have a member saying it's Mercury, not Venus...and we have you, saying it's one, then another post from you saying it's the other!

You sticking with Mercury this time, or fancy another stab at it?



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 03:36 PM
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So NEAT was a normal sized comet. NEAT was not torn apart.

You claim a super massive comet. What do you mean by massive? What are you measuring to call it massive?

Got any evidence for the following shriek?

perhaps THAT is the reason why NASA is quiet, AND THE AIR FORCE JUST LAUNCHED A SUPER SECRET WEAPON WITHOUT DETAILS - it's on it's way to intercept this comet!



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 03:37 PM
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Originally posted by stereologist
reply to post by discl0sur3
 


Can you show us these ejections as you claim?


Watch this video


Also, if you read through the first 20 or so pages of this thread, there is more evidence....although, no one really knows for sure at this point.



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 03:39 PM
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any astronomy major knows that mercury rolls in the opposite direction of the terrestrial planets

What do you mean by this? If you suggest that Mercury has a retrograde orbit then you better go back to books and read some more.



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 03:39 PM
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Originally posted by Phage
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Venus is not in the field of view of either of the STEREO satellites or LASCO, as the graphic I posted earlier shows. The FOV of the STEREO satellites is in blue, LASCO in yellow.

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Ummmm, wouldn't the Field of View include the sun as that is what the Stereo's were built for. In your graphic it seems as though they are not including the sun in the FOV at all.

Tell me I'm wrong here, but I think the stereo's were built to look at and behind the sun and not in front of it in relation to the earth.



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 03:45 PM
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I think what he's referring to the fact that about every four months there is a three-week period when the planet Mercury slows down and apparently reverses direction.
As a planet circles the Sun, it sometimes appears to stop and turn backward in its orbit. Of course a planet cannot actually stop in its path and change direction, but from our view here on Earth that's exactly what it looks like. When a planet appears to reverse direction in the orbit, it is termed "retrograde." The point when the planetary motion slows to an apparent stop before a change in direction is called a "station." We have both a station retrograde, when the planet is going "backward," and a station "direct," when the planet heads back in its normal orbit.
This occurs because Mercury travels faster than the Earth, and it periodically catches up with Earth, passing us by. When Mercury "goes retrograde" it does not actually slow down, stop and move backwards. It only appears to do so. This phenomenon occurs near Mercury's inferior conjunction to the Sun—as Mercury passes closest to the Earth, between the Earth and the Sun. This phenomenon has to do with the relative speed of the Earth and Mercury as well as their relationship to each other at a particular point in their orbits. There are three Mercury Retrograde periods each year, each lasting approximately 3 weeks.



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posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 03:52 PM
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Your pictures on page 22 are cut off, they only show the left side of the pic. I would like to see what you are referring to, whatever it is hitting and breaking off, and the tail. Can someone post some good pics, I'm not good at navigating around for these kinds of pictures.



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 04:20 PM
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Originally posted by SunnyDee
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Your pictures on page 22 are cut off, they only show the left side of the pic. I would like to see what you are referring to, whatever it is hitting and breaking off, and the tail. Can someone post some good pics, I'm not good at navigating around for these kinds of pictures.


You can right cick (or command click on a Mac) on these images and save them to your desktop for a full view.



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 04:40 PM
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Ok, thanks, meanwhile I found my way over to stereo website and found images. I have just been comparing all the images from today of the COR2 ahead images and I've got to say, it sure does look like there is a tail in the pics coming off this thing. Also the body of the thing changes size dramatically throughout just one day, is this normal for planets like mercury and venus to do this in the stereo images? If so, can someone give a date that would demonstrate that the size and tail are just something normal for mercury and or venus? Here is a link to the page I was just looking at.
stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov...
edit: ok this link just takes you to the seach page....so search...put today's date and I put in cor2 ahead telescope and 1024 x 1024. Don't really know anything about this imagery but I'm gietting the gist as I read here.



[edit on 26-4-2010 by SunnyDee]



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 04:44 PM
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I admire you'r persistance in you'r topic. From what I have read so far which is not a whole lot there would seem to be a lot of confusion about whether this object is venus or mercury. I raised an issue in a previous thread of mine that never got much attention except a few people complaining about the thread title but in this thread are letters between nasa scientists and a group of independant scientists and back then the nasa scientists were making the same mistakes and could not identify what a paticular object was or wasn't. the issues you are raising here are very similar in that highly paid astronomers can not make simple identifications of the planets.

Now not to take away from you'r thread or anything but back in 98 99 there were similar issues happening where there were object in orbit around the sun and were never properly identified. I am not going to redo any of the information as it would be a really big job but I think there may perhaps be some relationship between the object in my thread and the objects in your thread. The object I am speaking of at the time was named the Orca. Have you ever heard of it. well in fact there were two objects. Anyway If you are interested please follow the link. I posted all the information I could find mainly for my own information and because no one else seemed to have much interest. Again not trying to take from you'r thread . I do feel you may be interested.

the orca

peace

daz



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 05:01 PM
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dude this thing has a huge tail behind,no planet has a tail behind it



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 05:04 PM
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Explain the tale?



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 05:09 PM
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Originally posted by gamma 49
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dude this thing has a huge tail behind,no planet has a tail behind it


that is not correct. all the planets have tails. venus has a tail that reaches nearly to earth. you can see the earth's tail around august time. it is called either The gegenschein or the zodical light. can't remember which one it is.

peace

daz

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posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 05:11 PM
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My theory is somewhat different:
First, I believe the large body is a brown dwarf. You don't need res to see stars and most planets don't emit enough heat to register in this manner.
Next I believe this object has 5 large, 2 smaller and still maybe a few more smaller orbiting bodies.
Finally, I believe that the plaque always associated with Stichen's theory maybe the star map just for the Nibiruian Planetary System associated with our own.
Something to think about.



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 05:20 PM
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Yeah, I agree, I did not think the planets V and M had tails, I was just saying that the tail is quite obvious, so for all the "experts" here that aren't even sure if it's venus, but are sure it is venus, could they explain why the tail? And why the funny shape changes.
And, since I know nothing about these type of images, and am covering my a$$, it may be possible that through faulty imagery or some other explanation, that it is common for there to be the appearance of a tail or shape shifting of the usual planets, in these images, therefore my request for older images that might show these anomalies.



posted on Apr, 26 2010 @ 05:20 PM
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I will try. For a better understanding you may want to research the electric universe model , but baicically you can view the planets as comets. most things in orbit around the sun can be considered comets. the tail I believe to be ions streaming into the object. there is also an anti-tail which is on the sunward side and that is a high energy particle beam coming from the sun. I am sure there are people with better explanations of it but that is my understanding of it. please research it yourself as this in only my understanding of it and perhaps I might have it a bit backward. I have no phd or anything. but I think it works a bit like that.

daz



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