Since 1983, when Pluto was still the ninth planet and each new discovery could legitimately receive the nickname of planet X, there is evidence that NASA knows where the Nibiru planet is and has been monitoring it with the Vatican’s help. Astronomers studying the satellite rages in the infrared thought they had spotted something significant.
In 1992, a new search was launched, with the theory that a tenth planet could be discovered in the constellation of Centaurus and directed to the lion constellation.
A COMPUTER SIMULATION WAS REQUESTED AT THIS POINT, SUGGESTING that it was at least ten times larger than Earth and ten billion kilometers from the Sun, but the Vatican’s Lucifer super telescope, which began operations on April 21, 2010, refuted this claim.
A year later, a telescope was unveiled. It is the Vatican’s advanced telescope LUCIFER, which was developed in collaboration with Arizona universities and funded by the Vatican Observatory with the help of donations from the American faithful.
The construction of these telescopes, like everything else, was done in a hurry. Keep in mind that these telescopes are used to observe very far away space objects and to approach spatial objects of received declarations. The Vatican has recognized new images of the planet Nibiru.
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They built this telescope for the same reason they built a space telescope called a celestial hole and then the space telescopes called IRAS and SILOE for the sole purpose of perceiving a planet called Nibiru orbiting a star dune when the Vatican Observatory was founded.
These objects can be detected with the help of Lucifer and a set of super-cooled infrared cameras also known as a powerful infrared binocular telescope that can capture spectacular images for our account of galactic research.
Remember that the Nibiru is not visible to the naked eye or through ordinary telescopes, but it is visible through infrared optics because the dwarf stars Bruna and Nibiru both emit infrared light.
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