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Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am

 
metatronix55
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Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
Anyone know what one this might be? It isn't venus... Ive noticed it for 3 months or so..and it seems to be getting bigger and brighter..
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yeah, its my ride
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That's the moon
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
Anyone know what one this might be? It isn't venus... Ive noticed it for 3 months or so..and it seems to be getting bigger and brighter..
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i've been seeing the same thing in my area for a few months now too. not sure if you posted a pic or not, it didn't show through, at least for me. but at least the idea is the same. i'm curious about it too
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any coordinates or pics????
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No, you are all wrong. It's my dead cat. He is the brightest star in the sky
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Noobies.

Read Sickscents posts.

The brown dwarf (what some call Planet X)is coming. The sun has a companion which is causing the suns disruptions.

Get on search and read all of Sickscents posts, the Boeing guy posts, etc....

It is coming.
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Yes i noticed it, my girlfriend did, my mother and my grandparents did. Everybody without me telling them. Also grandmother thinks the sun is not where it used to be. She should now, she is 75 an mentaly fit as always. Also she said that without me telling anything. ALso chemtrails...

I can not understand why usa govermant thinks we are so stupid...i guess they shoudlnt judge by theirs iq...

Sad thing is...none of my friends even know about anything of this, not even the depression... rant
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
Noobies.

Read Sickscents posts.

The brown dwarf (what some call Planet X)is coming. The sun has a companion which is causing the suns disruptions.

Get on search and read all of Sickscents posts, the Boeing guy posts, etc....

It is coming.
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ill check those out..thanks
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
It's Jupiter.


"Jupiter (magnitude –2.4, in Pisces) rises around midnight or 1 a.m. daylight saving time and shines high in the southeast before dawn. It's the brightest starlike point in the morning sky."

[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
It's Jupiter.


"Jupiter (magnitude –2.4, in Pisces) rises around midnight or 1 a.m. daylight saving time and shines high in the southeast before dawn. It's the brightest starlike point in the morning sky."

[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]
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Jupiter?..so Jupiters been in the same postion getting bigger closer and brighter for 3 months?..Ive been watching this to, and never seen anything like it before...
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
It's Jupiter.


"Jupiter (magnitude –2.4, in Pisces) rises around midnight or 1 a.m. daylight saving time and shines high in the southeast before dawn. It's the brightest starlike point in the morning sky."

[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
Jupiter?..so Jupiters been in the same postion getting bigger closer and brighter for 3 months?..Ive been watching this to, and never seen anything like it before...
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Jupiter
The largest planet in our solar system begins the year hidden in the Sun’s glare. It will emerge in the morning sky by late March, when it will shine as a bright beacon low in the east shortly before sunrise. As the year progresses, Jupiter will rise earlier and grow brighter, eventually moving into the evening sky. Its best appearance comes in September, when it lines up opposite the Sun in our sky. It will shine at its brightest for the year and remain visible all night.

[link to stardate.org]
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or could be nemesis?
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Uranus.
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
same here - ive been watching this super bright star for months ... its pretty stunning.



Anyone know what one this might be? It isn't venus... Ive noticed it for 3 months or so..and it seems to be getting bigger and brighter..
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
nope - its bright in the sky by the time it gets dark of an evening.


Jupiter?..so Jupiters been in the same postion getting bigger closer and brighter for 3 months?..Ive been watching this to, and never seen anything like it before...



Jupiter
The largest planet in our solar system begins the year hidden in the Sun’s glare. It will emerge in the morning sky by late March, when it will shine as a bright beacon low in the east shortly before sunrise. As the year progresses, Jupiter will rise earlier and grow brighter, eventually moving into the evening sky. Its best appearance comes in September, when it lines up opposite the Sun in our sky. It will shine at its brightest for the year and remain visible all night.

[link to stardate.org]
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Reflection off my DUV(Doom Utility Vehicle) perhaps1dunno1

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Actually, that would be Venus. Here is the current sky location for Venus which is in the eastern sky

[link to www.fourmilab.ch]

If you go to that link, then change the UT(Universal time) and date to yesterday, you will see that Venus was in the western sky last night.


Same planet, just lighting up the sky on the west in the eve, and the east in the am

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yeah, its my ride
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lol, i hear ya.
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yeah, its my ride
lol, i hear ya.
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I work midnights and have noticed this as well.. It's amazing how many people fail to look up at the night sky once in a while.
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yeah, its my ride
lol, i hear ya.

im goin im goin

zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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;-)sweet dreams.
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I work midnights and have noticed this as well.. It's amazing how many people fail to look up at the night sky once in a while.
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i know, me included. gonna look tonight tho.
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
Same here OP, although I see it at a different time. Same time every single night tho, same position all the time. VERY bright, although I can't say whether or not it's gotten bigger.

It's not a planet, that's for sure. I have been watching the sky for 15 years, and this is "new". And I also don't believe it's "planet x" because, well, the "zeta's" are stupid.
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Greetings,

I have to assume your location which I can fine tune for you if you give more details.

At 1:00, Jupiter will be at roughly 9 degrees not quite due East and rising. At the same time off to your right you will see The Moon at just about 19 degrees.

The one you are asking about is Jupiter.

Stellarium is a free download and will be helpful.

Regards

JimmyK
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For all you amateur back seat astronomers like me. Want to know what's in the sky? changes to the current day when you revisit the page.

Use this site linked below, put in your city details and bookmark the page after you have your city details in, then anytime you open the bookmark, voila.. you get what's in the night sky, access to maps, where to look and how bright things should be.

got to this link [link to www.heavens-above.com] select locale, when the new page opens, bookmark it as that, the bookmark will save the location details (well it should - has here)
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
nope - its bright in the sky by the time it gets dark of an evening.


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Nope. That's Venus in the west you're talking about. Venus sets an hour or two after sunset and Jupiter rises in the east around midnight.
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
Same here OP, although I see it at a different time. Same time every single night tho, same position all the time. VERY bright, although I can't say whether or not it's gotten bigger.

It's not a planet, that's for sure. I have been watching the sky for 15 years, and this is "new". And I also don't believe it's "planet x" because, well, the "zeta's" are stupid.
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Funny thing... it IS indeed Jupiter, so you must not have been paying attention. Look at it in a telescope and you'll see its cloud bands (although it only has one main one now) and at least four of its moons. You can even see the moons in a good pair of binoculars. They will be positioned as shown at:

[link to www.skyandtelescope.com]
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I work midnights and have noticed this as well.. It's amazing how many people fail to look up at the night sky once in a while.
 Quoting: gravebynight



What's more amazing is people who only look up in the sky once in a while and conclude they're seeing something unusual.
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Reflection off my DUV(Doom Utility Vehicle) perhaps1dunno1

:eatdcruiser:

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Actually, that would be Venus. Here is the current sky location for Venus which is in the eastern sky

[link to www.fourmilab.ch]

If you go to that link, then change the UT(Universal time) and date to yesterday, you will see that Venus was in the western sky last night.


Same planet, just lighting up the sky on the west in the eve, and the east in the am
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Nope. You're reading it wrong. Venus is EITHER visible in the evening OR the morning...never both at the same time when it is away from the sun. Think about it. If it's ABOVE the western horizon after sunset, it will be BELOW the eastern horizon at sunrise. It's Jupiter that rises in the east a bit after midnight now.
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Re: Bright star eastern sky around 1am-5am
Anyone know what one this might be? It isn't venus... Ive noticed it for 3 months or so..and it seems to be getting bigger and brighter..


i've been seeing the same thing in my area for a few months now too. not sure if you posted a pic or not, it didn't show through, at least for me. but at least the idea is the same. i'm curious about it too
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It is O1/03/2011 at 7:30am. I have noticed this bright object as well. I watched this "star" for two and a half hours and it remained at, at least, 60 degrees high in the sky coming from due east. I have no idea what this Star is, if anyone can identify this star please enlighten me. I am in North Carolina, USA. This is unusual for me to witness. The STAR was still visible at 7:20am, when the sky was light.

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