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British Documentary Investigates the 2005 Discovery of Celestial Object: 2003 UB313

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The newest craze is for Youtube reporters to name and identify every new celestial object which is discovered either “Elenin” or “Nibiru” thus the misleading title of the video clip below. I am posting this clip because the 2005 discovery of this frozen deep space planetoid drives home a point – astronomers had been looking right at this thing and taking photos of it for years before an astute British astronomer noticed it moving, called his colleagues and made the discovery official. So what is the point?

The point is we don’t really know what is out there, and our “crack astronomers” can often be looking right at a deep space object and not really be SEEING it, if you catch my drift. We are all human, and humans are fallible. In fact, astronomy, as I am now observing, seems to be quite fallible, and it often takes the concerted work of a whole team of smart men and women astronomers to actually corroborate and confirm an authentic new discovery.

And so I present object 2003 UB313, the newest traveler in the near vicinity of our solar system. Granted, it rides in at and odd 45 degree angle above the plane of the orbit of all the other planets in the solar system, but hey … it’s an anomaly, and anomalies get to do what they want to. My personal name for 2003 UB313 is “Maverick”.

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