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...what you seen last night OP was a transporter.
Originally posted by JJBB22
Originally posted by watchtheashes
reply to post by weedwhacker
I don't need psychological help!!!
I need you to listen to the truth. I think you're just starting to realize that I'm not trying to pull any legs or anything and you're thinking I'm crazy because you don't want to accept that I'm not lying.
You'll see all that I've said come to pass. It's going to be a bumpy cosmic ride in these last days.
Think about it. There have been so many failed predictions and countings of the end of the age, but this time it's real. Sorry.
This WILL COME TO PASS.
[edit on 7/11/2009 by watchtheashes]
This just shows my point, here. The USA is not the only Government on this planet...your paranoia is blinding you to the need for help. PLEASE get help, before you hurt yourself, or hurt someone else.
Fredag d. 10. juli lige inden midnat befinder Jupiter sig ca. 2,9 grader syd for Månen ca. 5½ grader over den østsydøstlige horisont i stjernebilledet Stenbukken.
Jupiter vil i juli dukke op på himlen inden midnat. Se blot mod østsydøst/sydøst. Lysstyrken stiger til imponerende – 2,8. Hvis man vil observere planeten gennem teleskop må man vente til efter midnat til ud på de tidlige morgentimer, hvis man vil have et vist udbytte af sine anstrengelser. Mon ikke “bælterne” i planetens øvre atmosfære kan ses sammen med nogle af dens måner, selv i den lyse sommernat?
Afstanden til kæmpekloden er i starten af måneden ca. 644,4 Mio. km. I slutningen ca. 607,5 mio. km.
Fredag d. 14. august 2009 kl. 19.53 står Jupiter i opposition til Solen, hvor den står ca. 19 grader over den sydlige horisont med en lysstyrke på – 2,9! Afstanden vil være 602,6 mio. km!
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by ChemBreather
The picture is pretty low quality and I don't know much about it. Did you see the blob when you took the picture (did anyone else see it)? My first impression is lens flare. I could be wrong but there is too little information to say it's anything other than a fuzzy blob of light.
Originally posted by Grayelf2009
Seems closer than normal if it is Juipter. Im gonna be watching tonight. Cool find.