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» »Unlabelled » ELENIN NIBIRU PLANET X - BEGIN TO BE VISIBLE ON 2011/07/16 BY SOHO SATTELITE ( UPDATED )

AFTER THE PASSAGE OF MERCURY BETWEEN 6 AND 10 JULY IN FRONT OF SATELLITE SOHO C3. RECORDING OF THE FILES ARE DELETED.

Six days later in the same orbit, Comet ELENIN become visible FROM JUNE 16, TO THE 02 DAY OF AUGUST.

The recording was stopped since 22.30H 2011/07/16.

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  1. I have been looking at the video of Elenin aproaching from the side. Is this orientation to the earth correct or is earth on the other side, so the comet will be from the left and not right, People are saying this is Venus that is coming into view, is this true?

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  2. Venus never takes 4 days to show up. If NASA does not stop recording. which is what we normally do, you will notice that this planet is going to take too many days to disappear because of the trajectory.The "comet" will be from the left and not rigth. but the position of the satellite, shows the planet to come from right to left like all the other planets. And this is no exception. Earth is on the left side.If we have the opportunity to observe, and if no one move the satellite, we see that this planet will take two weeks or more on the screen. Venus never appeared with such large proportion in relation to the sun.

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  3. Thank you for taking the time to explain, I just had another look at the image for today, it seems like a large plant, do you know what it is if not Elenin?

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  4. Some call it Elenin others Planet X, others C/2010 x1, others Brown star, others Nibiru... such as humanity, makes the name of God on earth ... for me is just something very unusual. I hope nothing serious out of it.

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