The brown dwarf, Hercolubus, a star, has been seen from NASA’s STEREO Ahead as a crescent, and a few times from the ground. Why I think it’s the real thing is because in a two month period on STEREO, there have been light and dark phenomena – a darkness and a brightness associated with it – at least three times (Sep. 20th, 25th and Oct. 2nd) https://stereodata.nascom.nasa.gov/browse/ . The darkness means too much light where the quick-time program inverts the color when it can’t handle the brightness.
In both the STEREO and from Lincolnshire, on the ground in the U.K. the Nibiru, as brown dwarf, Correction, is, as before, East of the sun, not West – following the sun in our sky, not preceding it.
(I’ve had to reverse, from preceding to “following” the sun, because, STEREO images are not turned so that north is up, so the same as looking at the brown dwarf from the Southern Hemisphere where East is right and West is left, opposite to the Northern Hemisphere. The new video from Amman Jordan – below – showed me this. Also, in the 2nd position chart, we are looking for the brown dwarf in the direction of Pluto , not the other way around. The Jordan camera is looking East, where the sun is behind the camera showing the landscape brighter in the afternoon as the sun starts its descent. http://www.earthcam.com/world/jordan/index.php?cam=citadel )
24th October 2016 @ 1809 UT
The most recent from the ground image is this from 22nd October 2016
Seen from Amman Jordan on October 29th 2016- lookng East