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Strange star in the sky

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posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 11:38 PM
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Strange Unexplainable sightings are not an isolated item. Here is one that NASA can't explain:
JANUARY 6, 2009: This pair of NASA Hubble Space Telescope pictures shows the appearance of a mysterious burst of light that was detected on February 21, 2006, brightened over 100 days, and then faded into oblivion after another 100 days. The source of the outburst remains unidentified. The event was detected serendipitously in a Hubble search for supernovae in a distant cluster of galaxies. The light-signature of this event does not match the behavior of a supernova or any previously observed astronomical transient phenomenon in the universe.
Dinwidy




posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 11:45 PM
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We have been seeing that also here in Myrtle Beach S.C. I called Myrtle Beach airport, Seymour Johnson AFB, Pope AFB, Jacksonville FLA ARTFF and none of them stated they "saw" anything on their radars. But there is something up there. Mike



posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 11:46 PM
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Dear folks, I have been watching this thing from edmonton alberta.
It seems brighter now than 5 months ago, yes thats right i have watched this for 5 months. No i dont believe its Jupiter nor Venus.
Oddly we have had a very active last 6 months of things ripping over. right on by us, RE: meteorites ect.



posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 11:48 PM
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Originally posted by impaired
Only a few months ago - if that. I forgot where, but I know it wasn't the US, because I[/] wanted to see it. Where'd that little prophecy come from?



Originally posted by nitestrider
Pretty sure we had one in perth (western australia) not to long ago. My parents said i missed it, think i was sleeping or something. But we did have one, but it wasnt a full one.



en.wikipedia.org...

Wiki says

September 11, 2007

February 7, 2008

August 1, 2008

January 26, 2009

July 22, 2009

The Aug 1st solar eclipse seems to be the right time frame. It was a total eclipse in some areas which makes it "more special" lul. That combined with the fact people started noticing this "star/planet" roughly 6 months ago (give a month or 2) tells me that this quatrain could mean a comet. He has others too..

Here is the eclipse info..

Total: Nunavut, northern Greenland, central Russia, western Mongolia, western China

Partial: Nova Scotia, PEI, New Brunswick, Quebec, Nunavut, Greenland, northern Europe, Asia

The next total is July 22nd, hmm..

Total: central and northeastern India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Myanmar, China, Ryukyu Islands

Partial: Asia, Philippines, Indonesia, Melanesia, Pacific Ocean, Hawaii


I 69
La grand montagne ronde de sept estades,
Apre???s paix, guerre, faim, inondation,
Roulera loing, abysmant grand contrades,
Mesmes antigues, & grand fondation.

The great mountain, seven stadia round,
after peace, war, famine, flooding.
It will spread far, drowning great countries,
even antiquities and their mighty foundations.

IV 67
L'an que Saturne & Mars esgaux combust,
L'air fort sieché, longue traiection :
Par feux secrets, d'ardeur grand lieu adust
Peu pluye, vent, chaud, guerres, incursions,

The year that Saturn and Mars are equal fiery,
The air very dry parched long meteor:
Through secret fires a great place blazing from burning heat,
Little rain, warm wind, wars, incursions.

And you know.....

II 62
Mabus puis tost alors mourra viendra,
De gens & bestes vne horrible deffaite,
Puis tout à coup la vengeance on verra,
Cent, main, soif, faim, quand courra la comette.

Mabus then will soon die, there will come
Of people and beasts a horrible rout:
Then suddenly one will see vengeance,
Hundred, hand, thirst, hunger when the comet will run.

Is Obama mabus? I thought it might be Abbas from Palestine but i'm not so sure!

I guess we will have to wait and see. Oh the drama!!

(again typo)

[edit on 17-2-2009 by _Mr.X_]



posted on Feb, 16 2009 @ 11:55 PM
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I don't think anyone has said anything about Sirius or Venus or whatever they happen to be seeing, being visible in daylight as the quatrain you quoted says.

(Though Venus can be sometimes seen in daylight, it is not easy to spot and is not readily noticeable).



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 01:41 AM
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Originally posted by Phage
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I don't think anyone has said anything about Sirius or Venus or whatever they happen to be seeing, being visible in daylight as the quatrain you quoted says.

(Though Venus can be sometimes seen in daylight, it is not easy to spot and is not readily noticeable).


Until now? If that truly is Venus it should be bright and when it's up it should be clearly seen, right?

aa.usno.navy.mil...

Venus

(east coast)
Location: W 73°57'36.0", N40°39'00.0", 0m
(Longitude referred to Greenwich meridian)

Time Zone: 5h 00m west of Greenwich

Date Rise Az. Transit Alt. Set Az.
h m ° h m ° h m °
2009 Feb 17 (Tue) 08:06 79 14:36 57S 21:06 281
2009 Feb 18 (Wed) 08:03 79 14:33 58S 21:05 282
2009 Feb 19 (Thu) 07:59 78 14:31 58S 21:04 282
2009 Feb 20 (Fri) 07:55 78 14:29 58S 21:03 283
2009 Feb 21 (Sat) 07:52 77 14:26 59S 21:01 283
2009 Feb 22 (Sun) 07:48 77 14:24 59S 21:00 283
2009 Feb 23 (Mon) 07:44 76 14:21 59S 20:58 284

I will look for it today after dawn (sun comes up at 6:19) and I will note at what time it "sets" tonight. It should be noticeable somewhat at dawn right? Unfortunately here in the city I do not have good LOS (Line of sight) so I encourage anyone else to look up their location and observe for yourself.

[edit on 17-2-2009 by _Mr.X_]



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 08:03 AM
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I posted some daylight Venus pics that I took in a previous thread.



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 09:36 AM
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I can't help but crack up when I picture "Uncle Rico" trying to use a telescope.

That's the best avatar on the whole site. Hands Down.

Peace

[edit on 17-2-2009 by TheRealDonPedros]



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 09:42 AM
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"Plus what I shot last night, if it was this, it was in at least 3/4 in light if not full and in one night, yours is 1/3 lit up, am I right?"
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It was probably a bit thicker than I made in my model. Here is a neat page that has a video of the phases of Venus.

www.calvin.edu...

Peace



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 09:56 AM
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I live in Croatia, me and my friends too saw this bright star 2 weeks ago. We are watching every day when coming from school, and it's always out there in the sky. It's very weird because i never saw something that bright and big and after 2 or 3 hours it just disappears from the sky or moves somewhere else i don't know. I see people think it's Venus and maybe is, but then why are people noticing it now, why weren't there so many threads about it last year or year before that.



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 10:26 AM
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I wouldn't say clearly seen. You may be able to spot it but it will require a very clear atmosphere and you have to know exactly where to look. It is best to look for it later in the day when it would be higher in the sky so there is less atmosphere to obscure it.

This is also not the best time of year to look for it. Ideally one want to be looking at the time of greatest elongation which would be around June 9 (Jan 14, was the last time).

Good luck finding it, it's a fun thing to do. But I still don't see what this has to do with the quatrain either, since Venus is often findable to anyone with a sharp eye.



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 10:31 AM
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For what's it worth here is my thread concerning Venus during the day...

abovetopsecret.com.....



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 10:43 AM
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Isn't that the north star?



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 11:38 AM
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Wow, went out last night-first clear night in a few days, and was walking to the shed and DANG, there it was. You sure can't miss it, its IS very bright. But, I still contend its Venus.

The Evening Lantern If you ever wanted to see a planet so bright it will take your breath away, this is your week and Venus is the planet. It hangs lantern-like, high in the west as darkness falls. It's so bright now that you should have little trouble finding it even before sunset in a clean, deep blue sky – which is also a good time to look at its dramatic crescent shape in a telescope. As dusk starts to fade, this unrivaled heavenly lamp can scarcely be missed â€" you won't need a map. Venus sets more than 3 hours after the sun. Venus is now at the pinnacle of brilliancy for this current evening apparition. Viewed through a telescope in the coming weeks, its crescent grows larger but thinner as the planet approaches the Earth in the celestial scheme of things and shows us more of its night side. By month's end Venus is similar in apparent size to Jupiter – but less than one-quarter of it is lit. Gray markings in the planet's cloud cover remain quite subtle. Look around sunset, when the sky is brighter and Venus's crescent is less dazzling than it becomes after dark. Also, watch for signs of the mysterious ashen light – a still unexplained illumination that some observers have occasionally noticed in parts of Venus's night side. On the evening of Feb. 27 the Americas will be greeted with one of the most spectacular Venus-crescent moon conjunctions possible. The pairing will persist from before sunset into the depths of darkness. Venus will sit about 1.5-degrees above and to the right of the three-day old crescent. Be sure not to miss this!


SOURCE: www.space.com...



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 11:41 AM
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I live in the north east of England, i constantly see it, it is so obvious to see, its smack in the sky even can be seen through the clouds at night, its as bright as the moon but not as big obviously, it don't look like a star it looks like a planet.



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 12:34 PM
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I'm not sure if you were referring to my post but my pic is of Venus. The North Star is pretty mediocre and it's far from being the brightest star at night. It's actually quite dim.



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 12:42 PM
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Originally posted by griffinrl
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I'm not sure if you were referring to my post but my pic is of Venus. The North Star is pretty mediocre and it's far from being the brightest star at night. It's actually quite dim.


north star is to dim, this star is very bright it is very obivous to see its not a star its a planet



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 12:43 PM
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I'm pretty sure Venus is the culprit
At least it's the brightest object in my area of the woods (I live in the southern US).



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 12:50 PM
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it can be seen all around the world, its that bright, if it is venus then why is it so bright right now exactly



posted on Feb, 17 2009 @ 12:54 PM
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Most likely the brightness is due to it's closer proximity to Earth. I'll have to check and see what Venus' orbit looks like today but I would bet it's a tad bit closer to us now hence the more intense light.



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