Retrograde Orbit Impact
- Retrograde motion, when observed for the planets in the Ecliptic, is an optical illusion. But Planet X is in fact moving in a retrograde motion, clockwise
to the right, not counterclockwise to the left as the actual motion for the other planets in the solar system. This may account for the contrasting stretch
- Retrograde is against the normal motion. What would that look like on 2 hour images with only a slight shift in coordinates
- Retrograde is all about object motion in an Earth-centered universe verses a Sun-centered universe. In a Sun-centered universe, all planets move
according to a right hand rule, to the left. A person on Earth; however; could see sometimes that these planets turn right. For instance, we have been
seeing Planet X going right since September. If you were to stand on the sun, you would see that Planet X is going left all the time, not right as a person
on Earth would see sometimes. Its more like an optical illusion [below] for an earth-centered person.