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Considering 80% of all stars in the our galaxy are either binary or have 2 companions, its not a long shot to assume it's possible we have a cold sun couple with ours. And since that 'Anvil' as you've named it, isn't glowing like planets would, could it be a cold star/brown drawf?
In this Letter I compare recent findings suggesting a low binary star fraction for late-type stars with knowledge concerning the forms of the stellar initial and present-day mass functions for masses down to the hydrogen-burning limit. This comparison indicates that most stellar systems formed in the Galaxy are likely single and not binary, as has been often asserted. Indeed, in the current epoch two-thirds of all main-sequence stellar systems in the Galactic disk are composed of single stars. Some implications of this realization for understanding the star and planet formation process are briefly mentioned.
I've seen this in many different solar videos. I first noticed it 6 months ago and have continued to see it on newer videos. Same spec of dust? I highly doubt it. Not sure what it is.