posted on Sep, 15 2008 @ 03:47 AM
I look at the night sky often because I love to do so and also because it's very beautiful. I'm a person with a very observant mind and a great
memory. I track the moon's orbit like a hobby of mine while at the same time observing other stars, planets & whatever.
But anyway, I've been noticing a star as described like the one in this thread as well. Over the past 6-12 months at least. I'll see it once a week
or so, (if I happen to be awake between 2-5am). But tonight, it was flashing A LOT brighter than usual. It must be a star because of the fact that it
"flickers". Can't be an airplane because it has an exact orbit on a monthly basis and doesn't dissapper after 30 minutes or not at all. You can
see it all night.
By the way, this is my position of observance- I'm in central Florida & I always see it at night time after midnight. Tonight I saw it @ 4am, stood
there for 20 minutes, and it never went away. I tell you, it's freakin awesome. Brightest thing I've ever seen in the sky besides the moon. It's
even craizier than airplane or helicopter lights. When I look at it, I'm facing east southeast, (I'd say the compass bearing is 100 degrees +/- 20
degrees @ it's height above the horizon at the time was about 20 degrees at 4am eastern.
It's very interesting surely. I have no idea what it is. Maybe planet X/Nibiru? If so, then that means planet x is not a planet; it would be a binary
star. It's definetly not a UFO or an airplane, (I'm a pilot...I should know). One source on the internet describes the possibility of it being a
Supernova. That hypoothesis is very plausible as well.
We'll figure it out soon. Tonight it was MUCH brighter and noticable and I probably haven't had a chance to see it in over a month. I thought to
look it up on the net and this place is the only place that mentioned something close to the same description.
Well, keep in touch. I'll save this thread in my browser.