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Venus is 2nd to the moon

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Other then the moon, the planet Venus is next in line. In fact, it's becoming so damn close that nearly any observation will be capable of seeing if there's artificial illuminations (binary packets) coming from Venus. Especially as safely viewed from Hubble, Trace and/or SOHO.

ESA should also have any number of observatories not being moderated to death by NASA/NSA/DoD, so they too could view upon and some even xenon/laser communicate via binary packets. It's a local xenon/laser area code, no long-distance charges apply.


And, there's lots more pages where those came from:

Regards, Brad Guth / IEIS

Venus is 2nd to the moon

Post 2


Hmm... Will this in the end turn out that Tellus' sister planet, Venus, will make a crash into our beloved planet in several million years, or have I just mistaken this all?

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