I was watching the video on Youtube about this object in the Aquarius constellation that could be what is headed this way in August!
I took the coordinates myself and went to Skymap.org and sure enough there it is! A very strange looking circular red mass in the middle of the sky map picture!
The coordinates are: 22h 35m 53s -04 25' 17.9 The area is near the star kAQr in the constellation of aquarius!
Then I went to google sky to see what this object looks like and they will not let me access this area of the sky no matter what star or coordinates I type in! It's like they will not let you touch that area of the sky!
Maybe someone else can enter these coordinates or use some other star object in this area of the sky to see what this object is at this location!!
The other reports are saying that this approaching inbound object is in the Aquarius constellation and that is where earth will be this September 26, 2012 on the 188 day cycle--when the Sun will be on the inside alignment with the Earth in the middle and the Aquarius constellation on the outside alignment!
If this indeed is the object that is inbound then the earth will be trapped in the middle of this alignment and very well could cause a mega tetonic event--if-and I do mean a big if--this truely is the object heading this way!
I have to admit this is a very strange looking object and just from the appearance alone it looks like a cloud of debris and not a solid object itself!!!
Maybe others can let me know if this object has a natural or astronomical name that is given to it! Or maybe someone can go back in the archives of this skymap.org website to check and see if this strange object has always been in this area of the sky before!!
Would be very interested if this thing could be moving around in our solar system or not!!
The youtube video I found this object at or which talks about this object is at: Nibiru is Near!
Try not to think about the name! That is only what they call it! For us it is just an unknown object for now! We will call it Little Willy Wonka!! Hee! Hee!