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Well, breaking news here.. "Tyche" aka Nibiru hits MSM

 
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Well, breaking news here.. "Tyche" aka Nibiru hits MSM
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Largest planet in the solar system could be about to be discovered - and it's up to four times the size of Jupiter
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Last updated at 9:52 AM on 14th February 2011
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Scientists believe they may have found a new planet in the far reaches of the solar system, up to four times the mass of Jupiter.
Its orbit would be thousands of times further from the Sun than the Earth's - which could explain why it has so far remained undiscovered.
Data which could prove the existence of Tyche, a gas giant in the outer Oort Cloud, is set to be released later this year - although some believe proof has already been garnered by Nasa with its pace telescope, Wise, and is waiting to be pored over.


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Largest planet in the solar system could be about to be discovered - and it's up to four times the size of Jupiter
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Last updated at 9:52 AM on 14th February 2011
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Scientists believe they may have found a new planet in the far reaches of the solar system, up to four times the mass of Jupiter.
Its orbit would be thousands of times further from the Sun than the Earth's - which could explain why it has so far remained undiscovered.
Data which could prove the existence of Tyche, a gas giant in the outer Oort Cloud, is set to be released later this year - although some believe proof has already been garnered by Nasa with its pace telescope, Wise, and is waiting to be pored over.


Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 750833


This is not my field of expertise by a long shot... I don't understand why it is referred to as a planet, yet is described as being a "gas giant" which makes me think it is composed of nothing but some kind of "gas" or vapor.

Anyone out there who can educate me?

Also OP, why do you think this is Nibiru?

Thank You


Last Edited by just ducky on 02/14/2011 10:37 PM
If it walks like a duck...
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How is it that they already have a name for this planet if its existence has yet to be confirmed?
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How is it that they already have a name for this planet if its existence has yet to be confirmed?
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They are calling it 'Tyche' to avoid calling it Planet-X...
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How is it that they already have a name for this planet if its existence has yet to be confirmed?
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This solar system is so full of anomalies, and since the public is nearly clueless of what's out there, they can keep all the information for themselves. They then can "leak" little tidbits of information and claim its something that is recently discovered.

I'm sure this 'Tyche planet' was in the classified books for decades.

Why would they be releasing its existence to the public? No idea.
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Largest planet in the solar system could be about to be discovered - and it's up to four times the size of Jupiter
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Last updated at 9:52 AM on 14th February 2011
Comments (57)
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Scientists believe they may have found a new planet in the far reaches of the solar system, up to four times the mass of Jupiter.
Its orbit would be thousands of times further from the Sun than the Earth's - which could explain why it has so far remained undiscovered.
Data which could prove the existence of Tyche, a gas giant in the outer Oort Cloud, is set to be released later this year - although some believe proof has already been garnered by Nasa with its pace telescope, Wise, and is waiting to be pored over.


Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 750833


This is not my field of expertise by a long shot... I don't understand why it is referred to as a planet, yet is described as being a "gas giant" which makes me think it is composed of nothing but some kind of "gas" or vapor.

Anyone out there who can educate me?

Also OP, why do you think this is Nibiru?

Thank You

 Quoting: just ducky


Let me google that for you.
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