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SCIENTISTS CONFIRM A SECOND SUN APPEARING IN THE SKY in the next 12 months
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1487375:MV8yMDEzMTU0XzMzODI5MTgwXzYzQzNCN0Q2] [quote:Anonymous Coward 22459462:MV8yMDEzMTU0XzMzODI5MTM2XzY5NTRDQjI4] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1487375:MV8yMDEzMTU0XzMzODI5MDg4XzZDREE1NUQz] [quote:The Guy:MV8yMDEzMTU0XzMzODI5MDU2XzNFQ0MwNjk5] But still not a star. [/quote] its a star,a comet 15 times bigger than a full moon,jeez use your brain,they are hiding ancient prophecies,they will never use the term "second sun" cant you even see that ?? all the ancient prophecies are hidden by the vipers at Nasa [/quote] it isnt 15 times bigger, but brighter, a big difference [/quote] point taken,sorry for the typo but 15 times brighter, there is a prophecy in scripture and ancient texts that predict a second sun,you will see it with your own eyes soon [/quote]
Coming to the night sky, the comet fifteen times brighter than the moon
Astronomers have discovered a new supercomet that
will be fifteen times brighter than the moon
when it crosses the night sky next year.
is so named because it was first spotted on photos taken by Vitali Nevski and Artyom Novichonok from Russia using the International Scientific Optical Network telescope.
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