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Multu Colored Star in western sky

 
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No doom here but I have a question for the astronomers. Im in north florida and last night I saw a star I see all the time. However on this night it was shockingly noticable. Blue, white, doom red, it just kept flickering and it looked bigger than I can remember. I also dot remember it being in the west but thats not a big deal because I am not that great an expert on the stars.

Did anyone notice the rather bright multi colored star last night?
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Yes I saw it last night too. I am in northern Canada. It was in the western sky and changing colours.
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Re: Multu Colored Star in western sky
Star of the Magi?
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I dunno what it wa but it was really bright and changed colors a lot
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whats with all the talk about color changing stars or (planets)? the atmosphere causes twinkling, which are various shades of the color spectrum caused by different altitudes of temperatures on earth. any star or planet that you look at, will change color in the earth sky if you look at it closely.
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No doom here but I have a question for the astronomers. Im in north florida and last night I saw a star I see all the time. However on this night it was shockingly noticable. Blue, white, doom red, it just kept flickering and it looked bigger than I can remember. I also dot remember it being in the west but thats not a big deal because I am not that great an expert on the stars.

Did anyone notice the rather bright multi colored star last night?
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The brightest star in the western sky after sunset for Northern hemisphere observers is Arcturus.
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I had a similar star last night in the western sky at about 2130 hrs or so. I took my scope out and looked at it, it was twinkling more than every other star and it moved a lot faster than other stars. It was in-between two trees, by the time I set up my scope it was almost behind one of the trees moving north. I kept having to adjust my scope to center the star/planet. I don't know what it was as I don't have a star map, which reminds me, I have to go buy one! LOL

But yes OP it caught my eye cause it was twinkling a lot more than the others. Even with my scope I could still see it twinkling, I'm gonna check it out tonight and see if its doing the same thing.
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if it was moving, it's a SATTELITE
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if it was moving, it's a SATTELITE
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if it was moving, it was not a star
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Im going to check tonight to see if its out and bright tonight in the western sky
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last bumpbump
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I've been seeing a green, red and blue twinkler every night to the west of Minnesota, in the lower portion of the sky.
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saw it too from NJ
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I've been seeing a green, red and blue twinkler every night to the west of Minnesota, in the lower portion of the sky.
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Yes its in the lower portion. Was cloudy yesterday so I didnt see anything. Hopefully it is clear tonight. Many different colors
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It's been out there all summer, whatever it is. Never seems to move - same place every time I see it.
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It's been out there all summer, whatever it is. Never seems to move - same place every time I see it.
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Really? For whatever reason I just noticed it a few days ago and it was striking. It stood out like venus does when venus does its Bright thing lol. But its more than just extremely bright, it changed colors like a lazer show. Glad im not the only one who noticed it.
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if it was moving, it's a SATTELITE
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Last I checked, satelite's don't float around the sky like a drunken sailor, pulsating rainbow disco-ball colors.

OP - I've seen, filmed, and researched this 'star'. It's called the 'star sign UFO' and there are more than one. Generally, it will move along with the earth's orbit, but it is in our atmosphere, and every once in a while... it moves.

There are many strange objects up in the sky right now mimicking aircraft, stars, satelites, planets, and even the moon. These objects are NOT of this earth.
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It's been out there all summer, whatever it is. Never seems to move - same place every time I see it.
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Really? For whatever reason I just noticed it a few days ago and it was striking. It stood out like venus does when venus does its Bright thing lol. But its more than just extremely bright, it changed colors like a lazer show. Glad im not the only one who noticed it.
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For the most part, it won't move - it'll remain stationary. But every once in a while, it WILL move.

OP - google 'star sign UFO' and you will find your answers. Many youtube videos of this same thing.
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if it was moving, it's a SATTELITE
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geostation is possible to

ive seen them for years and years

find it extrememly wierd no one has talked about them before maybe that cause they are just satellites
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Re: Multu Colored Star in western sky
Sirius

Interview on the RAINBOW star from earthsky.org

And Paula wrote, This morning two of us got up early. We found a pulsing star straight down the sky below Orion’s Belt. It was pulsing the colors of green, yellow, blue and red like a strobe light. I will search for it every morning as it was so enchanting.

It is enchanting, so much so that – every year, beginning in the fall – we get many, many questions about a multicolored star twinkling in the southeastern to southern sky after midnight. This star is Sirius in the constellation Canis Major the Greater Dog. It’s sometimes called the Dog Star. Sirius is now rising in the southeast in the hours after midnight now and can be found in the south at dawn. Notice that a line from Orion’s Belt to points to Sirius.

Sirius appears to flash different colors when it’s low in the sky . . . really, all the stars are flashing different colors. That’s because light is composed of all the colors of a rainbow, and the journey through our atmosphere breaks starlight into its component colors.
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Sirius

Interview on the RAINBOW star from earthsky.org

And Paula wrote, This morning two of us got up early. We found a pulsing star straight down the sky below Orion’s Belt. It was pulsing the colors of green, yellow, blue and red like a strobe light. I will search for it every morning as it was so enchanting.

It is enchanting, so much so that – every year, beginning in the fall – we get many, many questions about a multicolored star twinkling in the southeastern to southern sky after midnight. This star is Sirius in the constellation Canis Major the Greater Dog. It’s sometimes called the Dog Star. Sirius is now rising in the southeast in the hours after midnight now and can be found in the south at dawn. Notice that a line from Orion’s Belt to points to Sirius.

Sirius appears to flash different colors when it’s low in the sky . . . really, all the stars are flashing different colors. That’s because light is composed of all the colors of a rainbow, and the journey through our atmosphere breaks starlight into its component colors.
 Quoting: APOLLO ILLUMINAUGHTY


The star I am seeing is in the western sky. However, more research has given me an answer I think. Scintillation may be the answer to the multi colored stars. The star I am seeing may be Arcturus.
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I've seen this and it is near Arcturus. It is not Sirius. Red, Green, Blue, Yellow. cycling at a rate of 1-2hz.

Great Lakes area
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I've seen this and it is near Arcturus. It is not Sirius. Red, Green, Blue, Yellow. cycling at a rate of 1-2hz.

Great Lakes area
 Quoting: owatha


yes the colors changed rapidly
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Re: Multu Colored Star in western sky
Saw it yet again and it was really bright. I guess if it were a big deal then there would be others talking about it already.
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I saw a bright "star" in the north western sky (I am in Baltimore county Maryland). To the naked eye it was kind of fuzzy on the top-left side. I put the binoculars on it and it was a bright red on the botom, and light Kelly green multi stranded tail to the upper left. It looked so close, that I thought it was some sort of weather baloon. I have macular degeneration in one eye, but I've never had color distortion, only structural distortion(wavy lines). No one else in my family sees what I see. Help!

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