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Originally posted by Blue Shift
I believe this little baby is what's commonly known as "Venus." You might recognize it in the evening sky. The trippy quality is a combination of an out of focus lens and refraction of colors through the atmosphere.
Originally posted by eaglewingz
Actually, due to the scintillating colors I would vote for a star.
And what was visible low in the southern sky from Berlin on the night of March 9th ? Only the brightest star in the sky, Sirius.
Originally posted by alienreality
If this was a twinkling star effect people would have recorded this type of thing before and it would be well known...
[edit on 13-8-2010 by alienreality]