posted on Jun, 24 2008 @ 07:29 PM
If anyone is interested, there is now a public telescope (Better then Google Sky) that Microsoft can allow anyone to access from there computers. You
must first download it ( Google search: Microsoft World Wide Telescope); and if you notice ,once you have the telescope loaded, there are tabs right
above your screen. One reads "View". Within this View tab there is a "observing location" field, and within this field there is a set up button
right below. However if you change your location to Puente Alto, Chile and enter Lat: -33:36:51 Long: -70:33:58 Alt: 710m. There are bright sort of
red lights running diagonally. Can anyone tell what it is?