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ISON, Encke, Mercury, and Home

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ISON, Encke, Mercury, and Home On November 21, 2013, comet C/2012 S1 (ISON) entered the field of view of NASA's STEREO "Ahead" spacecraft's HI-1A camera. It joined Earth, Mercury and comet 2P/Encke!

Karl Battams / NASA-CIOC

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Contact us to request publication permission from the copyright holder. Original image data dated on or about November 21, 2013

 

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iKnowTheTruth: 08/23/2015 12:13 CDT

Earth doesn't spin it's stationary. We know the truth NASA, the GIG is up!

iKnowTheTruth: 08/23/2015 12:16 CDT

Earth is Spherical Concave, Every planets fits inside concave earth, inside a celestial sphere inverted. Planets are 100-150ft wide, Sun is only 2k miles away, same with the moon. Sun doesn't burn it's a converter like a big led light bulb that goes in an analemma rotation. Sun and moon are flat on one side and hollow and inverted on the other. We live under 4 layers of glass sky firmament that sits up 62 miles (100-120km) and above the glass and ice rest an amphibious ocean.

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