Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Spanish Astronomers Claim Dwarf Sun Beyond Pluto

by Gary Vey for viewzone

The idea of a new planet being discovered in our Solar System is pretty exciting. Even more so because of the many theories about "planet-x" or "Nibiru" being associated with space aliens and the doomsday prophecies of 2012.

Scientists at places like NASA and famous observatories have deflected inquiries about the discovery for a few years now, mainly because they feared being associated with these "fringe" theories. But like it or not -- it has happened. Well... according to a team of Spanish artronomers who call themselves the StarViewer Team.

The group made the rounds of all the news web sites in the past two weeks, claiming they discovered something very significant. It's almost twice the size of Jupiter and just beyond our furthest planetoid, Pluto. Although it's not a planet, it appears to have planets or large satellites encircling it. It's what astronomers call a "brown dwarf star" and its official name is "G1.9".

Continues at viewzone.com

1 comment:

Bob said...


We've been calling this companion star "Nemesis" for decades now, at least since 1984, when it was postulated to be at around 95,000 AU's out. Some suspect it to be a brown dwarf.

It swings in close to the sun on a regular basis, and when it gets close, it disturbs all manner of space junk out there which comes zooming in on close earth orbits. It may even drag some very large pieces of space junk in from the Orc cloud.

In other words, very large size space rocks come screaming towards earth, some even impacting.

In short, civilization changing asteroid hits can occur when Nemesis comes a-visiting.

It seems something keeps knocking earth back into the evolutionary stone age on a regular basis. Maybe Nemesis is the culprit.

We need to change our tinfoil hats for something more durable... tin lined, of course.

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