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Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?

 
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Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
Here they are - Venus and Jupiter in the morning twilight.

(Not the best photos (a little blurry) - close to the horizon, very bad seeing and fairly windy)

vejumt

If you know where to look, the waxing crescent Venus is easy visible with small binoculars short before sunrise.
(It's very close to the sun - take care, that you don't accidently hit the sun! You will burn your eyes!)

Venus is almost as bright now as it was in the evening sky.
But none of the Venus-doomtards (crying one month ago "Venus is coming closer and closer and it's getting brighter and brighter") will get out of bed at 4 in the mornig.
And thus Venus quietly and almost unnoticed makes its way (as it did since millions of years) until in autumn 2013 the a new generation of Venus-doomtards (or some ald ones close to Alzheimer's disease) start crying again "Venus is coming closer ..."

Jupiter rises about 30 minutes earlier and is also easy visible with small binoculars.

Magnification of the two planets is the same.
Venus at a distance of ~48 million kilometers at -3.75 mag.
Jupiter at a distance of ~880 million kilometers at -1.58 mag.



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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
That reminds me, where are all those people who claimed it wasn't Venus and it would still be visible in the evening after the Venus transit?
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
they are now our bright morning star ships. I woke early and viewed them both a couple days ago.
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
Nice pictures...thank you very much!

:)
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
That reminds me, where are all those people who claimed it wasn't Venus and it would still be visible in the evening after the Venus transit?
 Quoting: Astromut

Seeking shelter in their bunkers and waiting for the Venus-doom.


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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
they are now our bright morning star ships.
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Yes, I had posted the photos earlier, but it took me a lot of time to photoshop the starship shape into the Venus shape.


Starship Venus lolsign


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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

aseindia
Annular Solar Eclipse - January 15, 2010 - Rameshwaram, India
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
I love it when the women start to post 'my husband says this ' and 'my husband says that ' . I think they better stick to speaking about their children and leave the star gazing to people in the know .
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
Here they are - Venus and Jupiter in the morning twilight.

(Not the best photos (a little blurry) - close to the horizon, very bad seeing and fairly windy)

vejumt

If you know where to look, the waxing crescent Venus is easy visible with small binoculars short before sunrise.
(It's very close to the sun - take care, that you don't accidently hit the sun! You will burn your eyes!)

Venus is almost as bright now as it was in the evening sky.
But none of the Venus-doomtards (crying one month ago "Venus is coming closer and closer and it's getting brighter and brighter") will get out of bed at 4 in the mornig.
And thus Venus quietly and almost unnoticed makes its way (as it did since millions of years) until in autumn 2013 the a new generation of Venus-doomtards (or some ald ones close to Alzheimer's disease) start crying again "Venus is coming closer ..."

Jupiter rises about 30 minutes earlier and is also easy visible with small binoculars.

Magnification of the two planets is the same.
Venus at a distance of ~48 million kilometers at -3.75 mag.
Jupiter at a distance of ~880 million kilometers at -1.58 mag.



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nice

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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
I love it when Venus is the morning star, because my apartment faces east. It's hard to see at this time of year, though. I'd have to be awake by 4:30 am to see it before the sunrise.
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
That reminds me, where are all those people who claimed it wasn't Venus and it would still be visible in the evening after the Venus transit?
 Quoting: Astromut


silent as usual
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
Pollution I guess, light and regular polluion makes it difficult to get a clear look at the stars.

Best place to take pics is out in the country, though you probably know this.
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
This is what the Moon looked like when it passed Jupiter on the 17th. People are starting with the 'Moon is Missing' junk again...
[link to spaceweather.com]
Here's the Moon passing Venus on the 18th [link to spaceweather.com]

Currently the Moon just passed the Sun and will be seen right after Sunset...

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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
they are now our bright morning star ships.
 Quoting: Nobody in Particular


Yes, I had posted the photos earlier, but it took me a lot of time to photoshop the starship shape into the Venus shape.


Starship Venus lolsign


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 Quoting: Hydra


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500 Billion Galaxies in the observable universe. 100 Trillion stars in the Milky way. 50 Million potentially habitable planets in the Milky Way. And you're telling me ETs don't exist?
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
This is what the Moon looked like when it passed Jupiter on the 17th. People are starting with the 'Moon is Missing' junk again...

[link to spaceweather.com]
 Quoting: TBar1984

I think if everybody makes a prediction, I can do it too:
On July 15 Jupiter will disappear!
But only for some minutes and for a part of the world.


On July 15 at about 02:00 UTC the Moon will pass in front of Jupiter and "switch off its light".
The ocultation is visible in parts of Europe, North Africa, Middle East and Northern Asia.
Occultation map and times for a lot of locations: [link to www.lunar-occultations.com]
Along the northern and southern sideline in the map (e.g. in GB along a line Plymouth - Norwich) it's a grazing occultation.


For my location it is from 01:52 to 02:20 UTC. (Time and duration will vary for other locations - look at the link above.)
If weather permits, I will make some photos. But it's again in the twilight and close to the horizon - so no big expectations of quality, I guess the seeing will be bad too.



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Last Edited by Hydra on 06/20/2012 03:04 PM
If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

aseindia
Annular Solar Eclipse - January 15, 2010 - Rameshwaram, India
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
They moved on. No signs of intelligent life in this quadrant.
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
Nice pics OP.
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
This is what the Moon looked like when it passed Jupiter on the 17th. People are starting with the 'Moon is Missing' junk again...

[link to spaceweather.com]
 Quoting: TBar1984

I think if everybody makes a prediction, I can do it too:
On July 15 Jupiter will disappear!
But only for some minutes and for a part of the world.


On July 15 at about 02:00 UTC the Moon will pass in front of Jupiter and "switch off its light".
The ocultation is visible in parts of Europe, North Africa, Middle East and Northern Asia.
Occultation map and times for a lot of locations: [link to www.lunar-occultations.com]
Along the northern and southern sideline in the map (e.g. in GB along a line Plymouth - Norwich) it's a grazing occultation.


For my location it is from 01:52 to 02:20 UTC. (Time and duration will vary for other locations - look at the link above.)
If weather permits, I will make some photos. But it's again in the twilight and close to the horizon - so no big expectations of quality, I guess the seeing will be bad too.



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 Quoting: Hydra


Jupiter Doom

bump

We need to spread this around GLP fast, they are starting to try to discuss politics!!!
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This is a waste of fucking time.

op you are a dumbass
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
it's a shame that Venus is a crescent when it's at its closest
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
Some of those planets are getting extremely close.....WOW. This was taken last week. lol
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This is a waste of fucking time.

op you are a dumbass
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
That reminds me, where are all those people who claimed it wasn't Venus and it would still be visible in the evening after the Venus transit?
 Quoting: Astromut

Hi Astro,

I think, I found one of these guys:

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V V V V V V V V V
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This is a waste of fucking time.

op you are a dumbass
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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

aseindia
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
That reminds me, where are all those people who claimed it wasn't Venus and it would still be visible in the evening after the Venus transit?
 Quoting: Astromut

Hi Astro,

I think, I found one of these guys:

| | | | | | | | |
V V V V V V V V V
stupthrd
This is a waste of fucking time.

op you are a dumbass
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 Quoting: Hydra


LOL, most likely!
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
Pollution I guess, light and regular polluion makes it difficult to get a clear look at the stars.

Best place to take pics is out in the country, though you probably know this.
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You only read the thread title? lol
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
Some of those planets are getting extremely close.....WOW. This was taken last week. lol
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no way this photo is real.
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OP did you take those yourself? What kind of scope ya workin with??
I'd like to go quietly in my sleep, like grandpa did. Not screaming in terror like the people in the back seat of the car he was driving.

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Some of those planets are getting extremely close.....WOW. This was taken last week. lol
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no way this photo is real.
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Really.....Some on here would say that it was. kks8
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
they are now our bright morning star ships. I woke early and viewed them both a couple days ago.
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Re: Where are the bright "stars" you could see some time ago in the evening?
This is what the Moon looked like when it passed Jupiter on the 17th. People are starting with the 'Moon is Missing' junk again...

[link to spaceweather.com]
 Quoting: TBar1984

I think if everybody makes a prediction, I can do it too:
On July 15 Jupiter will disappear!
But only for some minutes and for a part of the world.


On July 15 at about 02:00 UTC the Moon will pass in front of Jupiter and "switch off its light".
The ocultation is visible in parts of Europe, North Africa, Middle East and Northern Asia.
Occultation map and times for a lot of locations: [link to www.lunar-occultations.com]
Along the northern and southern sideline in the map (e.g. in GB along a line Plymouth - Norwich) it's a grazing occultation.


For my location it is from 01:52 to 02:20 UTC. (Time and duration will vary for other locations - look at the link above.)
If weather permits, I will make some photos. But it's again in the twilight and close to the horizon - so no big expectations of quality, I guess the seeing will be bad too.



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 Quoting: Hydra

Amazing things clouds :)

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