Planet x Nibiru what NASA says?
In 2016 Caltech astronomer said, The days of lurking unseen object in the dark depths of the outer solar system may be numbered.
The Planet X, which is thought to be about 10 times more massive than Earth, will be discovered within 16 months or so, astronomer Mike Brown prediction in 2016.
NASA has replied that claims of a new planet lurking in our solar system are premature.
The space agency warned that the controversial Caltech paper claiming a ninth planet exists beyond Pluto was ‘just a prediction’. It called for caution - but pledged ‘if it’s there, we’ll find it’
For years, scientists at the Lowell Observatory in Arizona had scanned million of stars in search of a fabled planet at the far reachers of our solar system.
Alan Stern, a planetary scientist at the Southwest Research Institute who is the principal investigator for NASA’s New Horizons mission to Pluto and beyond, was also sceptical.
In 2016 astronomer Mike Brown predicted “I’m pretty sure, I think, that by the end of next winter — not this winter, next winter — I think that there’ll be enough people looking for it that … somebody’s actually going to track this down,” Brown said during a news conference Wednesday (Oct. 19) at a joint meeting of the American Astronomical Society’s Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS) and the European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) in Pasadena, California. Brown said that eight to 10 groups are currently looking for the planet
Research scientist David Meade claims that an entire different solar system is on a collision course with our own and that Planet x Nibiru, which the conspiracy theorist believes is actually a star, and its gravitational pull will cause widespread destruction here on Earth that will ultimately lead to the end of humanity.
Mr Meade, an author who wrote the book Planet X Nibiru – The 2017 Arrival’, believes that the devastating Planet X will bring with it “seven orbiting bodies”, including Nibiru, a large, blue planet.
Daniel Whitmire, a retired astrophysicist and current faculty member in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, will discuss his research on the relationship between the “Planet X” and periodic mass extinctions on Earth in a colloquium scheduled for 4 p.m. today, Friday, Feb. 24, in room 133 of the Physics Building.
Whitmire published findings in the January 2016 issue of Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society indicating the as-yet-undiscovered “Planet x nibiru” triggers comet showers linked to mass extinctions on Earth at intervals of approximately 27 million years.
Though scientists have been looking for Planet X for 100 years, the possibility that it’s real got a big boost recently when researchers from Caltech inferred its existence based on orbital anomalies seen in objects in the Kuiper Belt, a disc-shaped region of comets and other larger bodies beyond Neptune. If the Caltech researchers are correct, Planet X is about 10 times the mass of Earth and could currently be up to 1,000 times more distant from the sun.
In March 2014, astronomers Chad Trujillo and Scott Sheppard published a paper in Nature arguing that the apparent clustering of the arguments of perihelion of distant trans-Neptunian objects. It suggests the existence of a large trans-Neptunian planet.
On January 20, 2016, Mike Brown and Konstantin Batygin announced that they had corroborated Trujillo and Sheppard’s findings. They believed the planet which they dubbed “Planet Nine”, would have a mass roughly ten times that of the Earth. A semimajor axis of approximately 400–1500 AU (60–225 billion km).
The TWO suns in the sky Strange phenomenon caught on camera
October 2016 - USA, New York City. Two Suns in the sky strange phenomenon shot on camera early in the morning showing two suns in the sky of New York city during few minutes.
According to experts and observers, the best time to catch a glimpse of a second sun is at sunrise or sun set. More and more people worldwide are becoming aware of a second sun in the sky.