thatimpossiblechannel wrote: Welding lens are not 100% trustworthy ....i agree with that statement ....but this is....out of question:
Hi James, I took these late last year but because they are difficult to put into any context I have not done anything with them. It looks like it is the same pinkish thing which occurs in the morning at dawn in the south east, in the afternoon after sunset and last light in occurs in the south west just above the horizon. As you can see it is well after last light the background showing how dark the sky is but this reddish pink color is very bright in the night sky when you see it with your own eyes.
The Nemesis system comes from the south easterly direction and is travelling towards a north westerly direction. If you look at the night sky and observe the milky way galaxy it travels in the same direction crossing the ecliptic plane in the center of our sky. Imagine a line in the night sky from the south to the north and you will observe planets along this line which are not in the ecliptic plane. One is to the northern horizon, one is central and will cross the ecliptic in the coming weeks, another is further south and is a couple of months away from crossing and then when you consider this red pinkish thing if it is close behind and beginning to be observed as you are showing we all should have final confirmation of what is happening when it is clearly observed by the whole planet, All the best WINDY