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Why Is Our Bright Star (Jupiter?)

 
BoxerLvr

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11/09/2011 10:57 PM
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Re: Why Is Our Bright Star (Jupiter?)
Mia the Moon appears to catch up to and pass Jupiter every month. The Moon rises, on average, about 50 minutes later each day.

You should download Stellarium (it's free).
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11/09/2011 11:03 PM
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jupiter and the moon are exactly where they're supposed to be. I watch them literally every night.

the moon moves very rapidly.
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11/09/2011 11:08 PM

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Re: Why Is Our Bright Star (Jupiter?)
Thread: If Jupiter is on the left side of the moon then what is on the right.?
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11/09/2011 11:10 PM
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As best as I can tell it is usual for Jupiter to creep slowly to the West, and for the Moon to move to the East. (at the same time of day)

And that it is usual for Jupiter to have moved to rise ahead of the full Moon (about this time of year)

I dont know why you see such a big change in one day. Maby you looked at different times? DST change?

As to the Brightness. There is an interstellar 'gas/plasma' (I guess its actually plasma) 'cloud' our solar system is traveling thru. Scientists have called 'the Fluff'. You can bing/google "interstellar fluff" to get to official information about it. There are also threads about it here.

But,, it seems this effects the Suns magneting field, as well as that of particilarly the outer planets. (because our 'heliosphere' is being compressed) Just as Earth's atmosphere expands after a 'Sun storm' So does Jupiter's.

So any ways. I guess this Fluff is getting thicker, most if not all planets are warming, and the atmospheres are expanding and hence getting brighter. is part of it.

But also I think the Sun has been getting brighter. Also due to the influence of the 'fluff'. But this does vary. I dont get out all that much so I dont notice often, but some time back in Sept I was Amazed at how bright and white the sun was. A good few days after that it was not that bright, but still maby brighter than it was longer ago.
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