Saturday, January 7, 2012

Two Suns: What's happening out there?

Well there's really not much about this subject out there. I will explain what in my opinion are the best two theories.

The Betelgeuse theory

Betelgeuse also known as a Orionis is the 9th most brilliant star in our solar system, located in the constellation of Orion, this would be he's right shoulder. Betelgeuse is considered a giant star, this was the first star who's diameter was measured almost perfectly utilizing interferometric procedures, being this a variable method its estimated between 290 and 480 million kilometers, Its mass is 20 times the Sun's mass and its size's 40 million times bigger. At its maximum size the star would extend beyond the orbit of Mars. It is said that this is the second Sun sometimes we can see at dusk.

Planet X theory

The irregularities presented by the orbit of Neptune after being discovered (in 1846), astronomers turned to the quest for a ninth planet in the Solar System.
That planet was called Planet X by Percival Lowell, he began looking in 1905. The planet Neptune carrying such irregularities were discovered in 1930, 14 years after the death of Lowell, the astronomer Clyde Tombaugh at Lowell Observatory in Arizona (USA).

Tombaugh had followed Lowell methodically. The technique used was to take two photographs of the same region of sky in two different days. Each show of 50 thousand to 400 thousand stars. Despite all these stars, both images would be identical, only the points of light were stars. If projected onto a screen in rapid alternation, no star would move. But if one of those lights was a planet, the image would move against the starry background during the interval between pictures. And finally moved, it was noticed by Tombaugh on February 18, 1930. He saw in the constellation Gemini. The smallness of the object inferred that had to move very slowly, and beyond the orbit of Neptune. The discovery of trans-Neptunian object was announced on March 13, 1930, seventy-fifth birthday of Percival Lowell. The name chosen for the new planet was Pluto, god of darkness infernal namesake and the dead in Roman mythology. However, later calculations showed that Pluto's mass was not sufficient to explain variations in the orbit of Neptune, so the search will not be considered complete. More recently, in 2008 a Japanese team Kobe University published some calculations that suggested the existence of a planet with a size of up to two thirds of the Earth, orbiting some 100 UA.

There's no prove that this planet really exist, it's also said that this is the planet where the Anunaky(those that came from the stars) came from, also called Nibiru by the Sumerians.
I don't really know whats going on here but you can ignore myth and legends but you can't ignore that a lot of people around the world have seen it.

That is just my opinion see it for your self


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