posted on Oct, 5 2010 @ 10:24 AM
So lets look at some images of what is the brightest object in the sky right now (at least the one that is in the sky for the longest amount of time).
Venus is only in the sky for about an hour after sunset, in the southwest sky close to the horizon. Jupiter though, can be viewed pretty much all
night long. To truly understand if what one is seeing is Jupiter, many different time checks to the night sky must be observed.
At 9pm....to the east...
At 11pm...to the southeast...
At 1am...more south and moving westwardly...
At 4am...its close to southwest horizon...
Is someone wants to make claims that there is a bright color changing object that stays in the same place all night long they need to get pictures
that will place a time on the picture of when its taken and have some sort way (like having the same horizon in the pics at all times of different
images taken) to show at many times of the night, the bright object has not moved.
These are major claims that must have evidence to be taken as truth. I watch the sky every night, I have not seen a bright object other then Jupiter
and Venus, and lately Venus can only be seen for a short amount of time. After Venus sets, Jupiter is the brightest object I see and it is shining
brighter then normal right now for logical reasons.
There are some bright stars that do flash colors....but they are not as bright as Jupiter is right now.
Venus is not a option for 1am sightings of a bright object.