The following images and illustration were captured from the Seechi spacecraft that monitors the Sun.
The photos were taken on 11/10/18
SECCHI is a suite of 5 scientific telescopes that observe the solar corona and inner heliosphere from the surface of the Sun to the orbit of Earth.
SECCHI detects and follows three-dimensional Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) from birth at the Sun’s surface, through the corona and interplanetary medium, to impact at Earth.
SECCHI relies on extensions of proven technology to access larger views and new viewpoints, with improved spatial and temporal resolution overall. This helps us detect objects that should not be in our Solar System.
In the illustration below you can see the Point of View from the Stereo Spacecraft that carries the Seechi Space Telescopes. It is labeled Stereo “A”
This is the actual photo capture and illustration
There are many people that will deny the existence of this Planet X object, but the facts and evidence that we have acquired through research and our investigations prove beyond any reasonable doubt that these objects are here and they are now part of our inner Solar System. They are now affecting our sun in a very negative way and we are now seeing those effects in the form of increased seismic activity, volcanic activity, and very severe weather changes.
One of the main factors is the strength of the Magnetic Fields of our Sun and Planet X. This greatly affects the earth as well as all of the planets in our Solar System.
The largest Stellar Core object is approximately 5 to 7 times the size of Jupiter and is tugging on the Earth’s North Pole causing a very severe Earth Wobble. This wobble has steadily increased since 2013.
This wobble is plotted out on the chart below from 2013 to 2018.
The video below will show you gradual precession of this Earth Wobble.