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OMG!!! UPDATE I GOT IT...Was that the full moon in front of the sun this morning? Nibiru? East Coast amazing NEW:PICS on 12/12/12
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 22213691:MV8yMDY0Nzk0XzM0NzQ2NDkxXzE1NUY4NkY4] [quote:Love&Peace2012:MV8yMDY0Nzk0XzM0NzQ0NTAxXzZGNTY5RjBE] [quote:Anonymous Coward 1011606:MV8yMDY0Nzk0XzM0NzQxMTA5XzUxNUE0RkQx] What was the side of the object in front of the sun? does it block the main part of the sun? [/quote] It seemed that all the sun's rays had not fully risen. I would say the object would be just slightly above the center of the the sun. There were a few clouds in the sky covering is a bit...but then the clouds moved and there is was. I was 5 min late for work cause I could stop staring at it in the parking lot. I was thinking... is anybody else seeing this, or maybe it's just the moon. But the way is was radiating somehow (best I can describe it) I was thinking, I never saw the moon like that. Then I also wondered does the sun look like the moon in the morning sometimes, behind clouds maybe....I don't know. Can't get it off my mind... [/quote] The 'radiating' effect could be distortion from our atmosphere? Here's a website that tells what we see each month for stars and planets. "Naked Eye Planets [The Sun, Moon and planets rise in the east and set in the west due to Earth's west-to-east rotation on its axis.] Evenings: Mercury (early in the month), Mars (early evening), Jupiter Morning: Mercury (late in the month), Saturn (later in the month), Venus, Jupiter * [b]Mercury [/b]starts the month very low in WSW at dusk, becomes lost in the glare of the setting Sun within a week, passes in front of the Sun at mid-month, [b]and begins to emerge in the morning low in the ESE the last week of Nov[/b]. * Venus, now rising 2-3 hours before the Sun, is still the brilliant "morning star" in the eastern sky. * Mars spends the entire month hanging low in the WSW in the early evening and sets a couple of hours after the Sun. * Jupiter, now rising in the east soon after dark, is up all night and high in the west by morning. * Saturn starts the month hidden in the glare of the rising Sun but by mid-month begins to emerge in the morning sky." possibly Mercury or Saturn? His most recent post is for December. Scroll down to see November's info. Hope this helps? [/quote]
I'm in the philadelphia area. This morning I was crossing a bridge facing east and I saw the most amazing thing. It looked like a BIG full moon in front of the sun. But I don't think the moon is suppose to be rising at around 8:00 AM.
So, what the heck was that? Did anybody see it? I was amazed.
I took pics but it didn't show up properly on my phone.
I was still watching it when I got to work, and it disappeared when the sun got a bit higher/brighter in the sky around 8:25.
Help me out GLPr's. What the heck was it?????
UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE>>>>>>>>
Ok, I was going to lunch around 1:00 today and looked up in the sky and there is was again.......THIS TIME I GOT BETTER PICS.
Check out the the 6 pics, and feel free to analyze them yourself.
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