Scientists Discover Second Sun Approaching Earth At A Rapid Pace

Video of August 2015

News 8 – A ‘second sun’ continues to baffle scientists as Astronomy Observatory WebCams, along with NASA’s own satellite photos, are recording this epic, never before seen occurrence.

Several people have also captured this beautiful double sun in the sky with their own cameras, submitting them to media outlets across the country.

Until now, NASA has denied in public statements that this ‘second sun’ exists. Now, they are saying it does exist, but poses no threat. If so, why is NASA warning their own staff to make preparations for a possible collision?

The Pacific Northwest Regional Observatory employee leaked this bone chilling statement: “This ‘second sun’ which they are calling ‘GTY421’, is approaching Earth at a rapid speed of 345,000 miles per hour. This is an increase compared to last week’s speed calculated at 185,000 miles per hour. NASA has warned its employees in a confidential, in-house memo to prepare for the worst. They want to keep this information out of the hands of the public because they fear mass chaos if this information was leaked. I am coming forward with this information, because I think the world has the right to know. ETA of impact – September 28 between 8 AM and 10 AM PST.”

(Now the video was uploaded August 2015. Some peopke have videotaped since then the mysterious phenomenon, so far so good….)

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