An image posted on website http://www.spaceweather.com/ around January 5, 2008 showed the Aurora Borialis over Scandinavia as a result of recent solar wind activity from Sun coronal holes. The photographer's name and exact location are unknown, and an email to the website failed to provide the information.
To capture the aurora, the exposure lasted some fifteen minutes of so, and the long exposure captured something else in the view range not seen by the normal eye. This mauve coloured spot has turned up in other photographs, purported to be Nibiru, also called or Planet X.
What is significant as blow ups Figures 2 and 3 show, is that the digital pixelation around the spot is the same as around the moon, suggesting that the spot is something in the view of the camera rather than distortion within the camera.
Also significant to note is the apparent presence of two satellites in all three Figures.