Unexplainable Bright Spot Found On Venus

Posted By Ben Goulding, 30 July, 2009 | permalink

Mysterious bright spot found on VenusAn intense bright spot has appeared on Venus and astronomers are not sure what it is or what has caused it.

Amateur astronomer Frank Melillo of Holtsville, New York, first spotted the new feature, which is brighter than its surroundings at ultraviolet wavelengths, on the planet’s southern hemisphere on 19 July. That same day, an amateur observer in Australia found a dark spot on Jupiter that had been caused by a meteoroid impact.

Is this another clue towards the much speculated 2012 doomsday? With unusual things occurring on Venus and Jupiter could Earth be next?



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Christina Crowe July 30, 2009

Hmm.. interesting news. I’ll give this link to my boyfriend to check out.

It kind of scares me to think that Earth will have to deal with meteoroids sometime in the near future. I hope not!

Ben Goulding July 30, 2009

Yes, weird stuff going on in space. Many believe that the current cycle of the world will end on December 21, as that’s when the Mayan calendar ends. Let’s hope not!

Free Arcade Games July 30, 2009

What I say is no one should think about these things. There have been tons of speculations and predictions in the past about what may become of the world, but all of them have been proven wrong.

Just live life.


Ben July 31, 2009

Your absolutely right. The last time I remember being told the world was going to end was 06/06/06, then before that it was in the year 2000…the list goes on. But because the Mayan calendar ends in 2012, the Mayans believe that’s when time will end. Let’s wait and see.

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