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Bizarre celestial object spotted is one of the rarest in the galaxy

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The object in question is known as J005311, located in the constellation Cassiopeia about 10,000 light-years from Earth. Found in images from the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) satellite, J005311 is a bright star nestled inside a gas nebula, which seems to be emitting only infrared radiation and no visible light. That's quite a strange combination, which prompted the team to look into its origins.

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Comment by Ed Price
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But Google "electric universe" and "electric cosmos" to find that none of these objects are nearly as far away as suggested by standard science.

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