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don't know much about astrology but i saw a star

 
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don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
while walking my dog 5 minutes. it stood out to me cuz it was super bright so i thought it was a planet. it also was flickering so i knew that was normal for stars. but it went from looking like the lights from an airplane to barely visible. i live in hawaii and i'm pretty sure it was Northish. went to take my dog back inside prepared some tea then went back outside to check on it but now it's cloudy. is that shit normal?
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
I don't know much biology.
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
I saw Venus disappear from a cloudless sky and then suddenly re-appear.
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
I don't know much biology.
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that means you dont know life!. AHHHHH!
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
I saw Venus disappear from a cloudless sky and then suddenly re-appear.
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you know if that's normal bro?
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
Dont know much about his-to-ryyyy dont know much about bio-logyyyy5a5a5a5a5a5a
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
Venus!!!
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
I saw Venus disappear from a cloudless sky and then suddenly re-appear.
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you know if that's normal bro?
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Don't know if it's 'normal'... but it sure as hell was pretty weird.
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
ya haha. i dunno if that what i saw or not. but i only saw it disappear.
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
people keep saying "Venus" and I respect that...its just that well I think there is sumpin else as well
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
people keep saying "Venus" and I respect that...its just that well I think there is sumpin else as well
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what are you thinking it is?
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
while walking my dog 5 minutes. it stood out to me cuz it was super bright so i thought it was a planet. it also was flickering so i knew that was normal for stars. but it went from looking like the lights from an airplane to barely visible. i live in hawaii and i'm pretty sure it was Northish. went to take my dog back inside prepared some tea then went back outside to check on it but now it's cloudy. is that shit normal?
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Contrary to your belief. Planets do flicker.

It's OUR atmosphere that makes them APEAR to flicker. It has nothing to do with the star or planet itself...

Probably was Venus.
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
while walking my dog 5 minutes. it stood out to me cuz it was super bright so i thought it was a planet. it also was flickering so i knew that was normal for stars. but it went from looking like the lights from an airplane to barely visible. i live in hawaii and i'm pretty sure it was Northish. went to take my dog back inside prepared some tea then went back outside to check on it but now it's cloudy. is that shit normal?
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Contrary to your belief. Planets do flicker.

It's OUR atmosphere that makes them APEAR to flicker. It has nothing to do with the star or planet itself...

Probably was Venus.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 281126


never knew that. i always thought stars flickered cuz it was a flaming ball haha. but the flicker wasn't the problem it was the super brightness that caught my attention first then 5 seconds later it burns out like a lightbulb. i could still see it but it was a little speck in the sky
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
while walking my dog 5 minutes. it stood out to me cuz it was super bright so i thought it was a planet. it also was flickering so i knew that was normal for stars. but it went from looking like the lights from an airplane to barely visible. i live in hawaii and i'm pretty sure it was Northish. went to take my dog back inside prepared some tea then went back outside to check on it but now it's cloudy. is that shit normal?
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Contrary to your belief. Planets do flicker.

It's OUR atmosphere that makes them APEAR to flicker. It has nothing to do with the star or planet itself...

Probably was Venus.
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never knew that. i always thought stars flickered cuz it was a flaming ball haha. but the flicker wasn't the problem it was the super brightness that caught my attention first then 5 seconds later it burns out like a lightbulb. i could still see it but it was a little speck in the sky
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Could be a fireball - A meteor. Maybe it had a trajectory that was well, pretty much on a direct path to your face :P

You were lucky maybe :P
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
while walking my dog 5 minutes. it stood out to me cuz it was super bright so i thought it was a planet. it also was flickering so i knew that was normal for stars. but it went from looking like the lights from an airplane to barely visible. i live in hawaii and i'm pretty sure it was Northish. went to take my dog back inside prepared some tea then went back outside to check on it but now it's cloudy. is that shit normal?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6449525


Contrary to your belief. Planets do flicker.

It's OUR atmosphere that makes them APEAR to flicker. It has nothing to do with the star or planet itself...

Probably was Venus.
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never knew that. i always thought stars flickered cuz it was a flaming ball haha. but the flicker wasn't the problem it was the super brightness that caught my attention first then 5 seconds later it burns out like a lightbulb. i could still see it but it was a little speck in the sky
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but i typed in to "do planets twinkle" into google and the all of the results are "why don't planets twinkle but stars do" haha
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
while walking my dog 5 minutes. it stood out to me cuz it was super bright so i thought it was a planet. it also was flickering so i knew that was normal for stars. but it went from looking like the lights from an airplane to barely visible. i live in hawaii and i'm pretty sure it was Northish. went to take my dog back inside prepared some tea then went back outside to check on it but now it's cloudy. is that shit normal?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6449525


Contrary to your belief. Planets do flicker.

It's OUR atmosphere that makes them APEAR to flicker. It has nothing to do with the star or planet itself...

Probably was Venus.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 281126


never knew that. i always thought stars flickered cuz it was a flaming ball haha. but the flicker wasn't the problem it was the super brightness that caught my attention first then 5 seconds later it burns out like a lightbulb. i could still see it but it was a little speck in the sky
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but i typed in to "do planets twinkle" into google and the all of the results are "why don't planets twinkle but stars do" haha
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Planets do twinkle because of the atmospheric turbulence when an object is low on the horizon. That's where you get the most twinkling from.
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
while walking my dog 5 minutes. it stood out to me cuz it was super bright so i thought it was a planet. it also was flickering so i knew that was normal for stars. but it went from looking like the lights from an airplane to barely visible. i live in hawaii and i'm pretty sure it was Northish. went to take my dog back inside prepared some tea then went back outside to check on it but now it's cloudy. is that shit normal?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6449525


Contrary to your belief. Planets do flicker.

It's OUR atmosphere that makes them APEAR to flicker. It has nothing to do with the star or planet itself...

Probably was Venus.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 281126


never knew that. i always thought stars flickered cuz it was a flaming ball haha. but the flicker wasn't the problem it was the super brightness that caught my attention first then 5 seconds later it burns out like a lightbulb. i could still see it but it was a little speck in the sky
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Could be a fireball - A meteor. Maybe it had a trajectory that was well, pretty much on a direct path to your face :P

You were lucky maybe :P
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i'm not the smartest guy out there but if was headed on a "direct path to my face" wouldn't it be getting brighter and larger?
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
while walking my dog 5 minutes. it stood out to me cuz it was super bright so i thought it was a planet. it also was flickering so i knew that was normal for stars. but it went from looking like the lights from an airplane to barely visible. i live in hawaii and i'm pretty sure it was Northish. went to take my dog back inside prepared some tea then went back outside to check on it but now it's cloudy. is that shit normal?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 6449525


Contrary to your belief. Planets do flicker.

It's OUR atmosphere that makes them APEAR to flicker. It has nothing to do with the star or planet itself...

Probably was Venus.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 281126


never knew that. i always thought stars flickered cuz it was a flaming ball haha. but the flicker wasn't the problem it was the super brightness that caught my attention first then 5 seconds later it burns out like a lightbulb. i could still see it but it was a little speck in the sky
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Could be a fireball - A meteor. Maybe it had a trajectory that was well, pretty much on a direct path to your face :P

You were lucky maybe :P
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lol




Its a planet or ship(same thing) Identified or not
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
anywho...the only answer i got from the www was maybe it's meteor dust passing over it.
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Contrary to your belief. Planets do flicker.

It's OUR atmosphere that makes them APEAR to flicker. It has nothing to do with the star or planet itself...

Probably was Venus.
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never knew that. i always thought stars flickered cuz it was a flaming ball haha. but the flicker wasn't the problem it was the super brightness that caught my attention first then 5 seconds later it burns out like a lightbulb. i could still see it but it was a little speck in the sky
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Could be a fireball - A meteor. Maybe it had a trajectory that was well, pretty much on a direct path to your face :P

You were lucky maybe :P
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i'm not the smartest guy out there but if was headed on a "direct path to my face" wouldn't it be getting brighter and larger?
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Nah, doesn't have to be actually. Depends on the meteor and the size it is and the substance it's made of. Could be as bright as a sun if it was really big or just flare up a bit more than the average star.

Still think it was Venus though. Might be some cloud up there you didn't see. Either that or a Satelite. Maybe geostationary that just passed out of the sun's rays while you were looking at it and therefore stopped 'shining'.
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
anywho...the only answer i got from the www was maybe it's meteor dust passing over it.
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Lol. Or its REALLY far away and has an atmosphere
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never knew that. i always thought stars flickered cuz it was a flaming ball haha. but the flicker wasn't the problem it was the super brightness that caught my attention first then 5 seconds later it burns out like a lightbulb. i could still see it but it was a little speck in the sky
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Could be a fireball - A meteor. Maybe it had a trajectory that was well, pretty much on a direct path to your face :P

You were lucky maybe :P
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i'm not the smartest guy out there but if was headed on a "direct path to my face" wouldn't it be getting brighter and larger?
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Nah, doesn't have to be actually. Depends on the meteor and the size it is and the substance it's made of. Could be as bright as a sun if it was really big or just flare up a bit more than the average star.

Still think it was Venus though. Might be some cloud up there you didn't see. Either that or a Satelite. Maybe geostationary that just passed out of the sun's rays while you were looking at it and therefore stopped 'shining'.
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Most likely what AC said
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
Star you see is an illusion.
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
anywho...the only answer i got from the www was maybe it's meteor dust passing over it.
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Lol. Or its REALLY far away and has an atmosphere
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This wouldn't make a difference when looking at it from Earth. The only atmosphere giving it a flickering effect would be ours.

The other object would be too far away for its atmosphere to have ANY noticable effect.
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
alrighty then, i guess it is normal!
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alrighty then, i guess it is normal!
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Just keep looking ;)

I also hope to see something strange one day, that's why I am into astronomy so much.

So that I KNOW when I see something weird :P
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
alrighty then, i guess it is normal!
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Just keep looking ;)

I also hope to see something strange one day, that's why I am into astronomy so much.

So that I KNOW when I see something weird :P
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that's smart haha
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Re: don't know much about astrology but i saw a star
anywho...the only answer i got from the www was maybe it's meteor dust passing over it.
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Lol. Or its REALLY far away and has an atmosphere
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This wouldn't make a difference when looking at it from Earth. The only atmosphere giving it a flickering effect would be ours.

The other object would be too far away for its atmosphere to have ANY noticable effect.
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ohyeah
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