Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Two suns on 21st June 2010 on Solstice day ? !!!!!!

This is a hot news which are forwarded by all the blog posts.
Two Suns on 21stJune 2010
21st June - the Whole World is waiting for.............
Star Aderoid will be the brightest in the sky, starting 10 June. It will look as large as the sun from naked eye. This will culminate on 21stjune when the star comes within 34.65M miles of the earth. Be sure to watch the sky on june. 21 at 12:30 pm. It will look like the earth has 2 suns.!!
The next time Aderoid may come this close is in 2287.
Is this post a hoax?
Whether the sun will lie in horizon as shown in the picture at 12.30pm.?
When the sun is going to be that much bright, whether we can see any other object with our naked eye as stated in the post?
There is no mention about a star called Anderoid in Wikipedia.
The facts about Android in Wiki are
An android is a robot or synthetic organism designed to look and act like a human. Until recently, androids have largely remained within the domain of science fiction, frequently seen in film and television. The word derives from avopoc, the genitive of the greek  ανήρ anēr, meaning "man", and the suffix -eides, used to mean "of the species; alike" (from eidos,"species"). The term "android" appears in US patents as early as 1863 in reference to miniature human-like toy automatons.
Androids have been mainly an element o science fiction, yet it is increasingly becoming a reality in Japan and South Korea. The two countries are in a heated competition to make them a commercial success in the global market and have developed a handful of successful androids so far.
The sun will be very nearer or farther on 21st June and 21st December to Earth.
A solstice is an astronomical event that happens twice each year, when the tilt of the Earth’s axis is most inclined toward or away from the sun,, causing the Sun's apparent position in the sky to reach its northern most or southern most extreme. The name is derived from the Latin sol (sun) and sistere (to stand still), because at the solstices, the Sun stands still in declination: that is, the apparent movement of the Sun's path north or south comes to a stop before reversing direction.
Let us watch what is going to happen on this Solstice day.