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Originally posted by drphilxr
reply to post by Gregarious
IS THIS WHAT EVERYONE IS SEEING??
Originally posted by Reality..
i think i know what star you talking about i live in nyc also... its like the only one visible to me thats how bright it is. in the night sky all u can see is the moon n this one star from where i em sometimes i just see that star alone and its pretty bright. i dont know why but its really the one and only star out there from my view so u can understand how bright it is
If you have a clear southern horizon, then one target in July’s night sky stands out; the giant planet Jupiter shining at magnitude -2.7 among the stars of Sagittarius. Rising at 10pm BST at the start of the month (and at 7.50pm at the end of it) the planet reaches opposition on the 9th. As a result, it is visible all night long, although the low altitude will prevent observers based in Britain from seeing the planet clearly.
Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
The object in question is Jupiter. It appears very bright because 4 of its moons can also be seen with a telescope.
Originally posted by BlindWatcher1
reply to post by Anonymous ATS
Wow, you know everything Mr. Anonymous. "Are you god?" You know and have been everywhere. You are like what every member would hope to be. I have read everything you have wrote and you are like the most amazing mind I have come across. I wish I could be like you. You know and can imagine everything. What's it like to have been everywhere and done everything?
WOW, amazing! If you know as much or can improve upon as much as you say, I want to be next to you when the s*** hits the fan. Can you U2U me and tell me the secret of life? I will follow you anywhere Mr. Anonymous. You have to be, or equal to god. I will follow you to the end of the universe. Your my HERO!