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Originally posted by Sagitaris
poles are changing rapidly allowing the earth to have an altered rotation.
Originally posted by OrionsWitness
An eight inch will allow you to penetrate Orions depths.
When the clouds part on a still night the ultimate climax is Orion.
Originally posted by Stormdancer777
I didn't know where to post this so I chose a topic with space in it,
This man claims Orion is in the wrong place, he does say he had a problem with his brain for the last few days.
Is it possible for a constellation to change and the rest of the sun moon and stars to remain in the same place?
I have been seeing the constellation of Orion rising from this back yard for 12 years. I know exactly where it should rise from where I stand. THE CONSTELLATION OF ORION IS IN THE WRONG PLACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I just went out with my compass and saw that Orion is at least 25 degrees off of it's normal rising spot
Please don't shoot the messenger.
edit on 073131p://bThursday2012 by Stormdancer777 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by jahlv
actually i'm going to buy my fist telescope next week maybe in the future i can start debunking cases like this on my own.
Originally posted by Speedtek
I work at an observatory, the software used for telescope pointing was written over 10 years ago. When I tell the telescope to go to any star in Orion, it lands dead center on it. The same can be said for any amateur "go-to" type telescope.
If Orion was moving position in the sky (and it does move, but only in a cosmological time frame, aka millions of years) every one of these scopes would be off and trust me, it would be noticed.
I think he's been standing too close to the microwave.