Hello Bo4394, welcome to BAUT.
Originally Posted by Bo4394
The term "Nibiru" is found in the Enuma Elish, the mesopotamian creation epic, and is one of the 50 names given to Marduk. It is, in fact, identified as a "star:"
"... the star, which shineth in the heavens.
May he hold the Beginning and the Future, may they pay homage unto him,
Saying, "He who forced his way through the midst of Tiamat without resting,
Let his name be Nibiru, 'the Seizer of the Midst'!
For the stars of heaven he upheld the paths,
He shepherded all the gods like sheep!
Mainstream scholars of the Ancient Near East will tell you Marduk is Jupiter, and so by this one might suggest Nibiru too, is Jupiter.
The answer to your question then would be Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, etc. etc.
Where the telescope ends, the microscope begins. Which of the two has the greater view?