Massive, Hidden Object in Space

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    Here is the data on the large exo-solar body out past the Oort Cloud that some have been posting about as well myself about the dark jupiter. they are closer to finding enough data on this dark object to substantiate its definition. This has been a postulate for several years now but this is more compelling if they can resolve this mass.

    Wonderful data. This too is the basis for Nibiru and other far fetched postulations.

    Scientists, telescope hunt massive hidden object in space – This Just In - CNN.com Blogs

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    Cool. Thanks for posting :)
     
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    VERY interesting
     
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    But to put this into prospective regarding us, here, on Earth, this disance of this object, if proven to be, is at a distance of some 1,395,000,000,000 (1.395 trillion miles. Thus, it is nearly 1/4 of a LY distant.

    One Light Year is: 5,865,696,000,000 miles.

    Most astronomical measurements are done with a parsec, which is 4.3 LY.

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    Even more clear for comparison, this object is 15,000 times further from us and the sun, than we are from the sun itself here on Earth at 93,000,000 miles.

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    Will it cause global warming?
     
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    I never realized that a parsec was a real measurement. I thought it was just used for TV. :lol: Thanks for pointing that out. I'm all for space exploration but dang its expensive.
     
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    Cost for NASA to you: $0.31 per week.

    As far as a parsec, yes, it is a real measurement and it is based on the distance from our sun, to our closest star, Alpha Proxima, at, you guessed it, 4.3 light years. That is where they got that measurement from and so when we use measures to say, The Great Attractor, for example, at 600 million light years, in Astronomy they say, 139.4 MP (2390 Parsecs) and the like.

    Hope that is helpful.

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    How can it be hidden if it can be seen?

     
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    Here's an oldie but goodie, if you can get your hands on a copy:

    [ame=http://www.amazon.com/Nemesis-Death-Star-Richard-Muller/dp/1555841732]Amazon.com: Nemesis: The Death Star (9781555841737): Richard Muller: Books[/ame]
     

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