A video on YouTube poses the question "what is the mystery star" seen in the nighttime sky over the UK? Is it Nibiru? According to the videographer, it's in an area of the star map which has no heavenly bodies as bright as this star is. What is it?
The poster explains that for several weeks now the star has appeared and is gaining in brightness. It's not planets Jupiter or Uranus and, according to a celestial map, it's not in the right place to be any known star. For proof the user shows the position of the Moon in relation to the clearly visible, bright white light.
The poster speculates that it is the star Nibiru, which astronomers either don't acknowledge at all or say is too far away from Earth to have any ill effects.
Doomsday 2012 believers, of course, know it as the heavenly body which, they say, will wreak havoc with the Earth's orbit on December 21, 2012 by disrupting the path of Comet Ellenin.
Only a person with knowledge of the sky could actually answer this question. Is the star out of place? Is it a planet? Is this video poster just wrong about the position of the object in the sky?
Here's the video:
What do you think? Could this be the fabled Nibiru? Is it a UFO? Or is it just a normal object easily identifiable in the star map?
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