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Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue

 
Anonymous Coward
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08/29/2011 11:17 AM
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
If you think it's none of the above, there was a post on here either yesterday or the day before talking about a supernova that will be visible in the northern hemisphere in about two weeks, could it be the brightness of that already reaching here a little?
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Interesting. Thank you. I'll have to check it out.
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08/29/2011 11:19 AM
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
I'm not even sure there are any stars left. They all twinkle where I live. There aren't many of them, and they look like satellites---ALL of them.



Just sayin.
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08/29/2011 11:36 AM
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
I have seen it too.

Just remember when you look at the stars, the closer you view above the horizon you will get distortions based on the atmosphere and any conditions seen and unseen that can magnify or cause your eyes to view colors that may not be present necessarily at the source.
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08/29/2011 10:25 PM
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
from the different apps and stuff out there I figured that it's most likely Jupiter.
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08/29/2011 10:36 PM
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I was out last night, waiting for my Angelic, ORIONS, to come see me, and this son and older couple came to mountain top.

They got out and whispered and the Father was an astromony know it all, so they went through the planets and covered them all off, and then satisfied they said, "SO IT IS NOT URANUS EVEN, WHAT THE HELL IS IT", jumped in the car and took off.

So you are not alone, many people are seeing it. I think it might be a Pleidian Light Ship, or an inbound ship.

The irony was that when they were out one of my contacts came over, if they are high up they look like a low satellite however I get an energy signature, like a hello, and I know it is them.

And the father says, see, there is a satellite now. LOL
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08/29/2011 10:40 PM
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Another story about last night. There was these two girls that arrived, and they were star gazing. I was sitting on top of my old truck, I mean what the hell why not a vehicle is meant to serve me right, so they are making comments. And I am waving away now and then, but the ships were coming in behind the tree line behind them, so they could not see the low passes.

So one comes along, and they say, or here is a low satellite, and then all the sudden it slowed right down.

You could feel the fear, they look at me in the dark, they look at what they thought was a satellite, they jumped in the car with their chairs, not a word, and took off like a bat out of hell. I think at some level they all the sudden realized they were not as smart as they thought they were, and it hit them. LOL

People are waking up quickly.
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08/29/2011 10:41 PM
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I have seen it often.....almost like a police/firemen siren going round and round.

Very bright and doesn't appear to move.
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08/29/2011 10:43 PM
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I saw something really bright, and with three moons. I saw it with a telescope, went inside got on the internet giggled "Jupiter through a telescope" and one of the images looked like what I saw. It was Jupiter. That was in the NE. I do not know what you are seeing in the west, as I am surrounded by mountains.
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08/29/2011 11:03 PM
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I saw something really bright, and with three moons. I saw it with a telescope, went inside got on the internet giggled "Jupiter through a telescope" and one of the images looked like what I saw. It was Jupiter. That was in the NE. I do not know what you are seeing in the west, as I am surrounded by mountains.
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This is correct, this is Jupiter. Now, in your life, when have you ever been able to see the moons of Jupiter by naked eye. That along should tell a person something is making Jupiter brighter.
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08/29/2011 11:37 PM
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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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Projectors. 3D Holographic Output, None are available for public use, but when or if they ever do, will yield some awesome video gaming ! coined HODAD 3d
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08/29/2011 11:43 PM
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
Sirius
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08/29/2011 11:48 PM
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Sirius
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NOT. THOSE PEOPLE LAST NIGHT COVERED THAT ONE OFF
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08/30/2011 01:54 AM
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
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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Don't think so. I'm in the Mid-Willamette Valley in Oregon and see it just fine, at least on non-cloudy evenings. I've seen it for years (I think) but the odd thing is, it was always a VERY bright but NOT blinking. Now I see it, mostly red and white, but with occasional flashes of green where you apparently are seeing blue. But the main thing is, it's sparkling and twinkling like crazy in the West-Northwest sky fairly soon after it gets dark.
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It's a little strange I see it all the time. you can't miss it!
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holy shit i saw that tonight.....ottawa here...and i was like wtf...i saw those colours! weird!!
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
I live in Scottsdale, Az. it looks like it is moving. I live by an open feild and it might be a reflection of a sattelite.
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11/11/2011 12:27 AM
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
its flickering like crazy now, more red than other colors
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
Been seeing it for a couple years.
Changes colors doesn't twinkle.
Its not there all the time like stars.
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11/11/2011 12:56 AM
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Yes it is there all the time, its Sirius, but it is WILD tonight.
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I am so glad others are seeing this, i was starting to think i was seeing things. And i don't drink! Lol...
It is in the south east sky here,in about the 4:30 position. It is NOT a star. It is NOT a planet. It is Not a sattelite. I watch it all the time since i see it out my bedroom window. It goes from looking like a normal star to bigger and brighter, then it goes to pulsating red,white,blue and green colors. Then it goes back to looking like a normal start again and then it starts all over.Between 4:30 and 5:00 you can sit here and watch it and all of a sudden it takes off like a bat out of hell towards the west south west. Now i don't think planets and stars do that!
As for trying to get a picture of it. I wished i could.I got my camera out and zoomed in as far as i could but it just shows up a speck in blackness. I tried setting it up on my binoculars and that did not work. I have tried everything to get a pic and i just can't. I wished i could so everyone could see what i see nightly when there is no clouds. I have been seeing it for the last 2 months.
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Northern California here, I've seen it every night for the last few months in the northeastern sky...
 Quoting: simplestoner


That's my point,Ive been looking at the stars all my life and have never seen these colours flashing before,so the light refraction explanation is utter BS.It's only started recently,so something must be affecting it.We shall see the signs in the stars...
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11/15/2011 04:44 AM
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
just a very bright star that changes colours? Come on. There has to be another explanation for that. Why only this one?
I can see it everytime I go home in cyprus. I go out in the back balcony for a ciggy and I see that start. In the UK where I live I haven't spotted this yet.
SO WHAT IS IT
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
In fact there several other ones that do not flicker. I believe they are called membrane satellites or Airy disc satellites. They are all used for spying. I believe the one that flickers is due to NASA Project blue beam. There are other ones that stay solid and they are mostly seen in the West. Funny how most people see the flickering one more than the solid one.
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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?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1525821


Siriusly?????
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01/08/2012 04:21 AM
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
I'm pretty sure you're talking about Venus...
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
Definitely satellites.
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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?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1525821


I've seen it too for many months now. I'm in MN so I see it to my S/SE. It flickers like crazy with alternating colors and it's super bright.
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
I've been told its Sirius.

Seems the ozone depletion just makes it more easily seen.
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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?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1525821


Venus is in west now
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
must be "The Flying Dutchman" :-) Red white and blue...

If it ain't Dutch, it ain't much :P
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Re: Bright Star that flickers red, white, blue
What your seeing is Antares,one of the brightest stars in the sky .
It is situated in the constellation SCORPIO. It is also known as "the
heart of the Scorpion".

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