NASA scrubs data: Imagery, shows massive retrograde object approaching ecliptic plane?

Side by side comparison (Altered image on left, original image on right)

In what can only be considered a coverup of the highest magnitude it appears that the National Aeronautics Space Administration has scrubbed Large Angle and Spectrometric Coronagraph Experiment data and imagery files that show what appears to be a massive planetary object passing through our inner solar system and is doing so at a trajectory and declination that’s inconsistent with any of the eight known and most identifiable planets.

The bombshell information obtained exclusively by Intellihub reveals that a faction inside NASA purposefully censored data that pertains specifically to the object in question. Unaltered imagery from May 30 divulges the substellar object sustains a number of respective orbital bodies.

The object and its orbital elements appear to be traveling in retrograde to our system passing behind the sun at an inclined declination not consistent with our solar system’s ecliptic plane.

A number of orbital bodies appear to be revolving around the object in a counter-clockwise motion as the object and its counterparts can be seen flying southward at an angle.

Needless to say, NASA hastily scrubbed the imagery from Innerweb before replacing it with counterfeit data–but don’t worry–Intellihub got ahold of the original imagery and now the rest is history.

The facts

It all started on May 29 when the potentially rogue flying object entered NASA’s LASCO instrument’s field of view at 23:06:14 UTC time. The object is traveling left to right in a clockwise fashion.

NASA/LASCO C3

One day later on May 30 at 23:42:07 UTC time, the object and its counterparts moved into LASCO’s view. Take note of the declination of the object’s orbital bodies and the massive size of the object itself which appears to rival the sun in the image.

NASA/LASCO

Video link: May 30 – LASCO C3

The March 30 LASCO data is the last entry that can be found in the U.S. Navy’s daily index and no other data has been made publicly available since which shows the object on its continued path. Moreover, NASA went to extreme levels to cover up what the LASCO instrument captured on May 29 and 30.

The next image released by NASA and obtained by Intellihub reveals complete and total agency manipulation of the data and imagery altogether and raises a major red flag. As you can see in the next image, the footage has been rotated counter-clockwise to make it appear as if the incoming object is moving along our system’s ecliptic when in reality it’s not –it’s actually traveling at an inclined declination to the ecliptic. Not to mention, the border of the image has been altered and changed to a darker blue and the writing on the bottom of the image has been altered and is even missing the last part of the timestamp. Ladies and gentlemen, this is not normal! The image has been manipulated.

NASA/LASCO C3

To boot, the object pictured in the manipulated image is much smaller than the original object! The tilted object in the image on the right appears to be far bigger in size than the non-tilted object pictured on the left in the altered image. Look at the time stamp! Look at the dark blue border! Compare the images! WTF! This is a massive coverup, people!

Side by side comparison (Altered image on left, original image on right)

The last images of the object were snapped on May 31.

NASA/LASCO C3

You can see in the images just how far the object traveled in such a short span over the course of just one day. The object appears to be traveling behind the sun and clockwise.

NASA/LASCO C3

Video link: May 31 – LASCO C3

Additionally, it’s fair to report that the sun has been acting extremely unusual lately and NASA has been covering that up too. In fact, back in mid-April, there was a major dual coronal mass ejection of the sun and the data was scrubbed.

On or around April 14 something major happened to the sun which sent out a multidirectional dynamic Coronial Mass Ejection (CME) out in two separate and opposite directions from the sun which is not typical.

NASA/SOHO

“In order for this to happen something had to happen the sun as a whole,” the director of Wages World YouTube channel explained in his latest video. “This did not happen from a sunspot–a sunspot did not cause this.”

“Judging by this graph we are going to see some effects from this,” he said. “There is something odd about this one.”

Shortly after, on April 16, renown Planet X researcher Marshall Masters appeared on episode #4 of the Intellihub Podcast where he theorized the recent and rare Coronial Mass Ejection (CME) of the sun may have been triggered by the passage of a brown dwarf star across the ecliptic plane from south to the north.

“If my hypothesis is correct that what we are reporting here with this unusual CME is that it is crossing the ecliptic–the upshot of that is clean the guest rooms folks Hell’s coming to visit for a damn long stay,” Masters explained.

“Now, here’s how it’s going to play out–let me try and paint a picture of this for everybody,” he said. “Nemesis is a brown dwarf star probably about twice the size of Jupiter and it is surrounded by a dust cloud of iron.”

…”a brown dwarf star has enough mass to ignite but it doesn’t sustain a nuclear furnace so to speak as our sun does,” Masters explained. “But nonetheless, it can provide a habitable zone for planets.”

Solar orbiter mission

The European Space Agency/NASA solar orbiter launched on February 9 and its mission was to obtain the closest photos of the sun to date. However, it just so happens that the orbiter was in the area and in position in late-May to early April which correlates with the passing of the noted planetary object that was scrubbed from NASA data.

Solar Orbiter/EUI Team (ESA & NASA); CSL, IAS, MPS, PMOD/WRC, ROB, UCL/MSSL

From NASA:

Getting to this point was no simple feat. The novel coronavirus forced mission control at the European Space Operations Center, or ESOC, in Darmstadt, Germany to close down completely for more than a week. During commissioning, the period when each instrument is extensively tested, ESOC staff were reduced to a skeleton crew. All but essential personnel worked from home.

“The pandemic required us to perform critical operations remotely – the first time we have ever done that,” said Russell Howard, principal investigator for one of Solar Orbiter’s imagers.

But the team adapted, even readying for an unexpected encounter with comet ATLAS’s ion and dust tails on June 1 and 6, respectively. The spacecraft completed commissioning just in time for its first close solar pass on June 15. As it flew within 48 million miles of the Sun, all 10 instruments flicked on, and Solar Orbiter snapped the closest pictures of the Sun to date. (Other spacecraft have been closer, but none have carried Sun-facing imagers.)

Was the orbiter dispatched to film the interaction of the noted object with the Sun?

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Shepard Ambellas is an opinion journalist, analyst, political pundit, nationally syndicated radio talk show host, and the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News & Politics (Intellihub.com). Shepard is also known for producing Shade: The Motion Picture (2013) and appearing on Travel Channel’s America Declassified (2013). Shepard is a contributor to Alex Jones’ Infowars platform and is also a regular on Coast To Coast AM with George Noory.
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