Sun May Still Have Low-Mass Solar Companion, Say Astrophysicists Searching Nasa Wise Mission Data
There are 1 comment on the Forbes.com story from Mar 30, 2013, titled Sun May Still Have Low-Mass Solar Companion, Say Astrophysicists Searching Nasa Wise Mission Data. In it, Forbes.com reports that:
Our sun may indeed have a far-flung gravitationally-bound companion - just not with the size or orbit that could have triggered periodicity in earth's paleontological record, say astrophysicists now actively searching data from NASA's WISE spacecraft.
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#1 Apr 1, 2013
Nibiru, the Planet of the Crossing... Also called the Planet X.
Zecharia Sitchin was right!
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