In conjunction with Australia’s National Science week, that country’s Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex, with NASA’s cooperation, will send 160 character, Twitter-like messages into space. Their target is Gliese 581-d, an exoplanet (one that orbits other stars) in the constellation Libra about 20.3 light years away from Earth.
The Gliese 581 planetary system has 4 known planets. The one designated as "d" is the most likely, according to recent determinations, to be habitable [even though the "581-c" is also high on the list]. While the planet is orbiting its red star every 66.8 days, Canberra will try to deliver messages from Earth. Details:
* Two planets identified as most similar to Earth:
* Planet Gliese 581c and Planet X/Eris/Nibiru - Nibiru is one of many Planets that orbit a dark star or (Brown Dwarf). This Dark Star - Gliese 581- has five minor planets, the sixth an Earth-sized Homeworld, and the seventh the planet or object we call Nibiru... it is the physical link or "ferry" between our solar system and the dark star system of it's Brown Dwarf Star... Modern Science and the Ancient Writings on the Genesis of the Solar System... ECOLOGICAL EVIDENCE from Previous PLANET X Passages... NASA AND PLANET X... PLANET X - CLASSIFIED INFORMATION:
* Russian Television Reports on Nibiru: