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Melissa Deaton's first photograph of "two suns" in Kentucky first appeared (photo no.30) on coasttocoastam.com this April 2011. The picture came with the blurb: "On Sunday, April 3, 2011, I was taking pictures of the sunrise from my home in Kentucky, and kept getting a weird reflection that looked like two suns. I saw it with and without the camera, so I moved to different positions to reduce the glare or whatever was causing this effect. I am sure it was an optical illusion of some kind, but interesting nonetheless. I also couldn't help but notice that it looked more like a sunset than a sunrise. The sky just doesn't seem natural anymore."
Originally posted by kdog1982
All I can say is ask yourself,did you see two suns today?
Or at any other time?
They state that it was seen with and without the camera.
If there were two suns,I don't think the earth would be here right now.
Simply because we orbit "our" sun and if there was another one,it might simply swallow the earth as it would run into it.
yes and no in our solar system a sudden addition of a star would kill us all but there are some that have 2 and even 3 suns with planets orbiting them in a "livable way"
Originally posted by Hahaha777
id like to see real actual information , lets not forget we all see the sun and i dont think any person has seen this .....please come on. This is a serious topic lets not make fun of it