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Originally posted by foremanator
What do you guys make of all this "chatter" on the net about a strange bright star in the sky?
I have observed it myself at night. Its very bright and unmistakable. I checked selarium and it does seem to be venus as best as I can tell.
However if I am not mistaken, Planets are not supposed to twinkle or change colour. And this one does.
Feedback would be appreciated
Come on, an old link from '04 that contained all the information within to discredit itself. If I was trying to prove a point I would'nt use Anthony Last as the guy to prove it for me.
Originally posted by AngelInterceptor
Does it look like this?
Originally posted by Sergeant Stiletto
Well...I'm in the U.S. and my house faces due west and right now I can look out of my front door and see a very big - something - that does not twinkle. I mean it's big.
I'm under the impression that Venus is an early evening star, so I don't think that's it.
Does anyone else see what I'm talking about? I never noticed this until about four or five months ago.
Originally posted by napayshni57
I've seen this star also. It showed up in the sky here this fall. It's always in the same location every evening. Last week there were three more just like it I could see 2 in the east and one in the south. The one in the south as I watched it just faded out to black. I've never seen a star do that in a less than 2 mintues time before.