posted on Sep, 16 2011 @ 09:10 AM
I'm in Victoria, Australia, and start to see the moon at about 8-9pm'ish atm, havent seen anything too close to the moon in the last few days, unless
of course your talking about what looks to be the brightest star in the sky atm(and may have been for the last year or so), which Im under the
assumption its one of our planets?
I go outside to have a smoke and this star/planet or something similar was pretty bloody huge almost this time last year, at least twice as big as any
other star, and to be honest I'd say would have been more like 4 times brighter/larger to the eye than the brightest star in the sky at the time, I'm
not sure if it is the same planet that is near the moon atm. It probably isnt because last year I wouldnt see it rise from the east about 5am'ish (a
couple of hours before dawn) and it was huge, when I first saw it I thought wtf is that, alot bigger than the planet near the moon atm.
Slightly off topic a bit, also in the last couple of years I've spotted what looks like moving stars, at least one every month, I know I'm not the
only one too. These 'moving stars' arent the brightest 'star' in the sky or even close for that matter, so I'm pretty sure they are not satellites or
the space-station, they dont move like UFO's either though, their velocity seems constant(they can move from one side of the horizon to the other in
about 10 mins, but sometimes they just seem to disappear, no their not shooting stars lol) and they seem to be ridiculously high in the sky, they're
not fighter planes(none that they've let the public know about anyway) and they are definitely not passenger aircraft. Due to the fact that they dont
move like UFO's I'm leaning towards them being government craft that incorporate technology that they have yet to tell us about. Wish I had a nice
telescope and camera to get some footage of them, I tried with iphone and video camera but they are too crappy to pick them up, in fact you can hardly
see a single star through them at all, lol.
edit on 16-9-2011 by Haxsaw because: (no reason given)