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Originally posted by tjetbone
if it was a star wouldnt it twinkle or blink due to atmospheric conditions?
if it was a star why does it seem to disapear for an hour or so and come back even when there is no cloud coverage?
and arent the brighter stars in the sky normally binary star systems? when put in the scope it is a single ball of light.
[edit on 28-6-2008 by tjetbone]
Originally posted by narin
theres also been a lot of traffic on some nights in space. its just hard to decipher the real ufos (ones that move back and forth) from stars and other celestial bodies which just have a clear astro-path.