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Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue

 
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I've notice a star or some type of object in the western sky at night that flickers red, white, blue for the last few weeks..it doesn't move and it's brighter than most of the stars. I thought it was some type of helicopter but it's not anyone ever see this?
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
I just posted a similar question, but the one I seen moves a good distance within an hour. I don't notice it until my midnight smoke break.
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I have been seeing it also in the west, it doesn't move
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It's a little strange I see it all the time. you can't miss it!
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ive been given the answer that when its low on the horizon it sparkles because of the atmosphere or some shit..

i didnt buy it..
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I have been seeing it also in the west, it doesn't move
 Quoting: gdchappy


Damn thing sits low to and you almost mistake it for a helicopter
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Yeah my husband and I saw that a few months ago. It ended up being a planet and the colours were light refraction or something. That was the explanation I was given and when I posted there were a lot of people who had seen exactly the same thing.

Lots of different ideas on what it was of course.

Strange that we are starting to see these flashing colours off stars when we haven't before.

Collapsing heliosphere?

Collapsing magnetic field?

I am a pleb and not very good at getting my head around this celestial stuff. It must be some sort of atmospheric interaction though.

Perhaps its all inclusive with Sickscent's fluff. Probably is.

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It's a little strange I see it all the time. you can't miss it!
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I see this every night.
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With all of the views that this post got, these are the best answers? No offense to the ones that replied, but there has to be someone out there with a good answer.
I'm seeing it from Louisiana, I wonder if location makes a difference.
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someone please explain to us what this is ;o
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ive been given the answer that when its low on the horizon it sparkles because of the atmosphere or some shit..

i didnt buy it..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1525755


Well I"m in phoenix and you see a lot wierd shit out here!
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Northern California here, I've seen it every night for the last few months in the northeastern sky...
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My husband and I thought it was a helicopter or aircraft as well, but decided that it wasn't when we didn't see much of a change.
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Northern California here, I've seen it every night for the last few months in the northeastern sky...
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It was the northeastern sky for me too. I ended up thinking it was Saturn back then. It seemed to be the only planet in that part of the sky at the time. Haven't bothered to check this time on the sky charts.

I think its back - because there is another big, bright star in the same spot that I noticed on our last clear night.
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Galactic federation of light mothership
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Northern California here, I've seen it every night for the last few months in the northeastern sky...
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yep I live in Spokane Washington, and everytime I drive down my street at night there it is East, NE sky. Looks like a Helicopter but doesn't move. It's VERY bright.
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I just posted a similar question, but the one I seen moves a good distance within an hour. I don't notice it until my midnight smoke break.
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I'm seeing that tonight. I'm on the east coast though. Florida to be exact. I'm thinking that maybe it's a planet as it's alot brighter than the other stars in the sky and moving real slow.
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Venus? yawn
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the mainstream shill theory is that it's caused by turbulance in the atmosphere and dust. bulldust maybe..

reality is that certain stars change color cyclically during major celestial events/alignments

sirius a was documented as being red a few thousand years ago and is now whitish blue

could be sirius or arcturus

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Sorry about that, I'm a little tired and backwards tonight. I'm seeing it in the eastern direction.
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Galactic federation of light mothership
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Maybe they are trying to find a good place to land to start their mentorship programs
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WELL jolly gee willickers....doesnt any of you own a camera with zoom? can you please get it to us? a video plz
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
Since you saw it in the western sky and people are talking about Jupiter in the west. It might be Jupiter.
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
It's, and many more been around for sometime now.

When these are seen, they are not in distorted state of obscure.

They are 3d holographic projectors, gunning images upon the Earths radiation belt.

One hellavah picture show !

These things have amazing graphic images and are very convincing even when using telescopes.

But have flaws as well. They periodically go on and off line, or get rebooted. If you are lucky, you will catch these computer glitches in action. Sometimes the stars quickly jump scenes or freeze frame.
Many threads and pic and videos on this subject.

The show is surely to cover up the true skies.

It's all for ramping up to the coming events.

Back in March there were as many as 2 dozen that could be seen in the same sky. At least in the South Florida hemisphere. Big ass projectors. Surely a lot of the debt went into these thingies.
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WELL jolly gee willickers....doesnt any of you own a camera with zoom? can you please get it to us? a video plz
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All I have is my cell phone. It's just gonna look like a black screen with a white dot in the middle of it. Sorry.
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Im in N.E Ohio and I see it as well. I too thought it was just a planet. It seems a bit queer.
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
It's, and many more been around for sometime now.

When these are seen, they are not in distorted state of obscure.

They are 3d holographic projectors, gunning images upon the Earths radiation belt.

One hellavah picture show !

These things have amazing graphic images and are very convincing even when using telescopes.

But have flaws as well. They periodically go on and off line, or get rebooted. If you are lucky, you will catch these computer glitches in action. Sometimes the stars quickly jump scenes or freeze frame.
Many threads and pic and videos on this subject.

The show is surely to cover up the true skies.

It's all for ramping up to the coming events.

Back in March there were as many as 2 dozen that could be seen in the same sky. At least in the South Florida hemisphere. Big ass projectors. Surely a lot of the debt went into these thingies.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1506583


I may be reaching a little far, but wasn't March when one of the major quakes happened?
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It's a little strange I see it all the time. you can't miss it!
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I watch that one every night it is clear in my area. If you will notice there are three or four in the sky although they are not quite as bright because I imagine they are further away. I bought some Binoculars just in order to watch those Blinking Stars. I am just glad others notices these things. Everyone I know does not care to notice anything different.

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HAHAHA Either the post died or everyone involved is standing outside looking at the bright light in the sky right now.

Well, thank you for the conversation. I'll be saving this thread so I can check back in tomorrow. :) Goodnight.
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
I've been seeing it for a while...I doubt it's anything special. Just a very bright star.

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