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wanny1
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02/09/2012 06:04 AM
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Can anyone explain why it was 'flashing' last night (UK). Noticed it at around 6pm (GMT). It was twinkling rather violently, and was varying in brightness.

Jupiter was a 'static glow', i.e. not flashing.

Did anyone else notice it, and what is the reasoning?
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02/09/2012 06:14 AM
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Re: VENUS
To cloudy yesterday, gave up looking for stars.
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02/09/2012 06:44 AM
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Re: VENUS
Can anyone explain why it was 'flashing' last night (UK). Noticed it at around 6pm (GMT). It was twinkling rather violently, and was varying in brightness.

Jupiter was a 'static glow', i.e. not flashing.

Did anyone else notice it, and what is the reasoning?
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This was taking a few nights ago but youand i can see her flash so i took some footage of her.
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02/09/2012 07:41 AM
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When looking thru a telescope on nights when the stars and planets seem to be twinkling, it is a disturbance in the view from the conditons above. Not very good for 'seeing''

[link to www.astro-tom.com]

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02/09/2012 02:29 PM
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Re: VENUS
Can anyone explain why it was 'flashing' last night (UK). Noticed it at around 6pm (GMT). It was twinkling rather violently, and was varying in brightness.

Jupiter was a 'static glow', i.e. not flashing.

Did anyone else notice it, and what is the reasoning?
 Quoting: wanny1


This was taking a few nights ago but youand i can see her flash so i took some footage of her.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10436379


Great video.
Thanks.

When looking thru a telescope on nights when the stars and planets seem to be twinkling, it is a disturbance in the view from the conditons above. Not very good for 'seeing''

[link to www.astro-tom.com]

cool2
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10440157


I wasn't using a scope, and everything around, or in close proximity (I say that loosely) to Venus, wasn't displaying the same characteristics.

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