Will Nibiru hit Earth?

Will Nibiru hit Earth?

Nibiru will hit Earth and cause doomsday in 2018, predicts David Meade . Mythical Planet X will come closer to our solar system and cause massive damage to Earth, resulting in huge loss of human and animal life. By : Nupur Jha.

Who discovered the Tenth Planet?

The 10th planet was discovered using the Samuel Oschin Telescope at Palomar Observatory near San Diego, Calif. The discovery was announced today by planetary scientist Dr. Mike Brown of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena , Calif., whose research is partly funded by NASA.

What is the ninth planet from the Sun?

Neptune, the ninth-closest planet to the Sun from 1979 to 1999 (while Pluto was closer to the Sun) Pluto, the ninth planet from its discovery in 1930 until its reclassification as a dwarf planet in 2006.

Who discovered new planets?

“And I will name him George…”. Herschel had discovered the first new planet. Up until this point, astronomers had known of only five other planets in the solar system: Mercury, Venus , Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, which are visible to the naked eye. Herschel tried to name the new planet after his benefactor, King George III of England.

When did Nibiru pass last?

In 2007, partly in response to Lieder’s proclamations, Sitchin published a book, The End of Days, which set the time for the last passing of Nibiru by Earth at 556 BC, which would mean, given the object’s supposed 3,600-year orbit, that it would return sometime around AD 2900.

Does Nibiru exist?

Nibiru or Planet X does exist. We will show why we make this asseveration. The research to find an extra large planet in our own Solar Sytem has been active ever since [before] the discovery of planet Pluto. This research has never stopped despite the censorship most NASA funded astronomers placed on the topic.

What is the truth about Planet X?

The Caltech scientists believe Planet X may have has a mass about 10 times that of Earth and be similar in size to Uranus or Neptune. The predicted orbit is about 20 times farther from our Sun on average than Neptune (which orbits the Sun at an average distance of 2.8 billion miles).

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