NASA scrubs data, imagery, which shows massive retrograde brown dwarf star system approaching ecliptic plane | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

NASA scrubs data, imagery, which shows massive retrograde brown dwarf star system approaching ecliptic plane

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 confirm a massive brown dwarf star system is currently 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 sun’s binary component which is believed by many top academics to be a dormant brown dwarf star system.

Unaltered imagery from May 30 reveals the substellar object sustains a number of planets and respective moons.

The system appears to be traveling in retrograde to our system passing behind the sun at an inclined declination not consistent with the solar systems ecliptic plane.

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