Researcher, YouTuber, says NASA discovered Planet X in 1979

The researcher also claims NASA has been hiding the existence of the planetary system using an "artificial sun"

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Researcher and popular YouTuber Jeff P called into The Shepard Ambellas Show where he said that the National Aeronautics Space Administration has been hiding Planet X from the general public for over four decades.

The planetary investigator called in to the show on Tuesday and told Intellihub founder Shepard Ambellas that NASA has known about the planetary system since 1979 and has covered it up ever since.

“They found it through the IRAS telescope–we had news articles all about it and it was in Popular Science and then they shut up and said don’t worry it won’t be here for fifty-years–well fifty-years is here,” he explained. “They had fifty-years to work on this and Ronald Reagan came up with the Strategic Defense Initiative to budget this whole thing to fund the underground bunkers and NASA the International Space Station or the International Sun Simulator [laughs] that’s kinda the hot topic right now.”

The sun simulator was “turned on in 2011” and “turned our sun from yellow to white,” he said. The massive space array was most likely “put up in sections” over a period of time.

“I guess to put it in a nutshell, it is there in case the sun goes dark and it is also there for those unexpected solar eclipses,” he explained. “What I mean is it’s not a lunar eclipse.”

The caller also pointed out that he believes the solar array is in a sun-synchronous orbit.

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