December 1, 2013

Hercolubus, Nibiru, Massive Object Next To The Sun - Nov 28, 2013

A massive unknown object captured on the satellite Secchi A on November 28, 2013.

Is this object the so called planet Hercolubus or Nibiru predicted by astronomer Carlos Muñoz Ferrada? 

Or is it just a camera glitch or lens flare?

Additional article: Astronomer Carlos Muñoz Ferrada "Hercolubus is coming"

 

10 comments:

  1. It's either a reflection in the lens or a glitch in the camera. We would know by now if something that massive was in our solar system.

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    1. You really think they will tell us,so many secrets from Nasa et govrn.

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  2. I saw this yesterday and searched everything I could but there are too many things going against this story.
    On that image why is Mercury on the other side of the Earth when it should be nearer the sun and where's Venus? Also why on the image is it showing the orbit path for each planet when this is not visible to the naked eye, it's not physical. Next where is Mars or the asteroid belt? In this image it's showing as though it's within the asteroid belt and Mars has been taken out completely... Next why does the planet only appear when there's a solar flare, but otherwise invisible? Also with a planet with such huge proportions why is it not more visible here on Earth?

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    1. even tho the video is crappy and short the satellite taking the video is positioned on the far side of the sun ,that is why mercury is positioned to the left of earth... if you look at the position of the planets and the sun is at the center and earth is at the 12:00 position, mercury is at the 9:00 position and the satellite is probably at the 7:00-7:30 position and venus is probably on the 1:00-1:30 position which is opposite of the sun from the viewing satellite... as far as the planet /lense flare it could be anywhere from earths orbit on that side to a little farther near mars orbit (that is if it is a planet) or it could be a little closer to the sun and viewing it from earth it would be hard to see (unless with proper equipment) because of the suns glare ... this is just my opinion... we wont really know until it upon us

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  3. That makes sense with the positioning of the satellite, thanks for that. I still feel with an object so big we should be able to view from here. We have so many people looking to the sky you would think it would be hot news. Maybe the planet or object looks huge when it might not be, it might just be closer to the satellite.

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    1. For what its worth.. anyone with a telescope is not going to point it at the sun and then proceed to stare into it.. unless they are a handful of "professionals" with the proper filters.

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    2. Well I kind of guessed that one Restless as looking directly into the sun would lead to blindness, I don't know everything but I do know that much....I did mean professionals and as an educated guess I would say there are thousands of them out there doing the same thing. So yeah I'm guessing someone would have seen something. That is my reasoning and my opinion. Thank you.

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  4. god bless mexico and usa,,,,,, goodbye

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  5. Dec18 i saw this huge object to the right of the sun it looks like our moon but that cannot be so the best time in ohio is 12 noon i see it moving with our sun.and why wont nasa or gov tell us .and have the gov buy a whole lot of caskets in puerto rico its nibiru

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  6. Well i see this huge moon looking thing next to the sun everyday around 12 noon it moves with our sun i live in ohio why wont nasa or gov tell us it is huge you can look at the object without straining your eyes and why did the gov buy all those caskets in puerto rico and ask russia to help us if something happens something major is going on llook at the sun early in the daytime you will see it too

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