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Is Nibiru visible?

Alexandra Bychkova
Alexandra Bychkova
February 14, 2013
Is Nibiru visible?

In 2009-2010, the entire Internet was replete with publications about Nibiru - the twelfth planet of the solar system. According to many sources, it was discovered in 1983 by American scientists Thomas Flanders and Richard Harrington thanks to powerful telescopes. It was then that it was stated that this planet is 4 times the size of the Earth and that the distance is so great that it is very difficult to see. How true is this statement and is Nibiru visible now?

Nibiru - myth or reality

Officially, Nibiru is considered to be the mythical planet of the Solar System, since so far there has not been a single snapshot and study confirming its existence. Indeed, all references to this planet are mythological in nature. In particular, this is confirmed by the Sumerian documents, according to which we know that with an interval of 3,600 years, Nibiru flies near the Earth, affecting our planet. Other sources (Maya, ancient Egyptians) even describe a civilization that lives on this planet and visits our Earth once every 3,600 years in order to transmit information.

Scientific interest in a possible existing planet arose when scientists discovered several celestial bodies on the edge of the solar system. It was then that scientists hypothesized that beyond the last 11 planets, there is another, still invisible to the human eye. In 2009, astronomer Michael Brown published a study about a certain planet, in which he described the possible diameters of the planet (3,500 km), its temporary name (2003 UB313) and location (the last few years behind the Sun). It should be noted that this astronomer made a sensational statement for the time: if in 2012 a planet like Nibiru approaches us, then in 2010 it will be visible to the naked eye!

Alas, all versions of the fact that the planet will be visible in 2010, 2011 and 2012, at the moment are not officially confirmed. All photos and videos published on the Internet are considered fake, as they simply display areas near the Sun and its glare. Thus, no one knows whether the planet Nibiru will be visible.


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