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Originally posted by thealchemist
After reading this thread, I did it and I didn't see any because we have had some very overcast nights lately. Thank you for posting this thread, I will definitely keep a weathered eye on the sky now.
Yes. this is completely consistent with satellite viewing. 10:30 EST is waaay too late to be able to see conventional satellites due to the low angle of the sun by that time. Irridium flares early in the morning, as well as satellites. Optimum time for satellite viewing is sundown - 9:00 EST.
the person I talked to theorized that your seeing the sun reflecting off of the object, hense why you watch them right after sundown for about 90 minutes when they are most visible, after which, they are in shadow..
and I have not seen many after about 10:30pm here (which is about right...stars start coming out at about 9pm here currently).
Originally posted by slinkey10
I live a couple of hundred yards from the sea on the south coast in the UK...
I regularly look at the sky, its so clear compared to London, haven't seen anything ever!!!!! gutted.....
Got my night vision binoculars just in case though......
Originally posted by zorgon
CRITTERS Plasma life forms
They are harmless, they have always been here and they live in the atmosphere and space.
If you really want to see them see if you can borrow some night vision goggles. Generation 3 is best but those run around 3-4 thousand
OH and watch just before and around a big thunderstorm
[edit on 21-6-2009 by zorgon]
Originally posted by argentus
reply to post by SaturnFX
People around the world see or claim to see a mysterious "star" located "in the west" that is supposed to be a portent of a messiah.
[edit on 21/6/09 by argentus]