Shadows “Black Out” on the Sun – A Gaseous Planet?

PeeWee: This was recorded from the NASA STEREO website using the HI1 telescope…

In my opinion this shows a gaseous planet within our solar system and that could very well be what they mean when they say we could be seeing two sun’s in the sky sometime…

I believe the light had to be just right to show this in all its glory!

This could be what has been making shadows upon the sun causing what people were calling a “black out”…

The time between frames is 40 minutes so this was only viewable on one frame…

In my opinion this is quite a find and an amazing picture…

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6 responses to “Shadows “Black Out” on the Sun – A Gaseous Planet?

  1. น่าสนใจ

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  2. NASA had just clearify this event caused from the SOHO went behind the earth’s shadow. Nothing extraordinary here.

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  3. VolatileXIII

    Since when does it do that though? What is SOHO’s orbit path?

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  4. I would like to suggest that this is the atmospheric distortion of a bubble-like enclosure of open space … which conceals an individual small ‘solar system-like world’ in an alternate frequency reality …. a world that is out of sync with our visual reality …

    There are many such pockets of enclosed atmosphere … some very large .. some very small … some smaller pockets have been referred to as an ‘upper room’ …

    Such larger pockets of celestial worlds orbits within deep space undetected … yet there are some smaller ones that orbits in the skies of our planet/surface …

    And there is such a large enclosed pocket of atmosphere which do indeed enclose the famed Planet X ….

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  5. VolatileXIII

    That’s awesome and all Isis, but my question remains unanswered. Haha.

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  6. Hmmm.. This is interesting!!

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