Each 3600 years Nibiru passed our solar system between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter

planetThe minority billion years ago there was a large planet Tiamat. It revolved approximately the sun between Mars and Jupiter. Then there was another huge planet Nibiru, which moves in the opposite direction to the other planets.

Each 3600 years Nibiru passed our solar system between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. One day, walking along the orbit of Nibiru came so close to Tiamat, that one of its moons collided with Tiamat and split it in half. The result is that a huge chunk of Tiamat left the course and crossed the orbit between Venus and Mars, became the Earth as we know it today.
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Mysterious disappearance southern belt of Jupiter

Jupiter has lost one of its own notable bands, leaving its southern half of the unusually empty. Experts are not sure what could be a prerequisite for its disappearance.

Jupiter appears as a rule, with two dominant dark streaks in the atmosphere – one in the northern hemisphere and one in the Southern Hemisphere.

But the latest pictures taken by amateur astronomers have shown that the southern group, called the southern equatorial belt, and disappeared.
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