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Sirius flickering red and blue.

 
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Sirius flickering red and blue.
So I was just outside at work and noticed Sirus flickering color, i remember it slightly flickering before but nothing like this. Has anyone else noticed this? Does it do this often?
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12/03/2012 11:44 PM
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Re: Sirius flickering red and blue.
So I was just outside at work and noticed Sirus flickering color, i remember it slightly flickering before but nothing like this. Has anyone else noticed this? Does it do this often?
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If you sit and watch it it will do that. always has for me. and i'm a avid star watcher.
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12/03/2012 11:53 PM

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Re: Sirius flickering red and blue.
Google SkySirius



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Sirius A

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12/03/2012 11:55 PM
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Re: Sirius flickering red and blue.
That looks like the star that led the wisemen to Jesus.
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Re: Sirius flickering red and blue.
So I was just outside at work and noticed Sirus flickering color, i remember it slightly flickering before but nothing like this. Has anyone else noticed this? Does it do this often?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19662963


If you sit and watch it it will do that. always has for me. and i'm a avid star watcher.
 Quoting: Talkinghands


Yep, same here, always like that, maybe you have a nice clear night and the upper atmosphere is letting you see it better OP
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12/03/2012 11:58 PM
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Re: Sirius flickering red and blue.
Since its serious, you probably should pull over.
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12/04/2012 12:00 AM
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Re: Sirius flickering red and blue.
Sirius is our suns binary. As it approaches back inward with our sun it will be a constant blue. Its been red for thousands of years. The closer it gets, the more we move back into the golden age. We have a long ways to go tho, but its on path.

*the color only has to with what we see it as, our perception. not saying the star actually changes colors, at least to my understanding ;)
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12/04/2012 12:07 AM
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Re: Sirius flickering red and blue.
Sirius is our suns binary. As it approaches back inward with our sun it will be a constant blue. Its been red for thousands of years. The closer it gets, the more we move back into the golden age. We have a long ways to go tho, but its on path.

*the color only has to with what we see it as, our perception. not saying the star actually changes colors, at least to my understanding ;)
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I think its Sirius A. and Sirius B. crossing paths that makes the star osilate
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Re: Sirius flickering red and blue.
Sirius is our suns binary. As it approaches back inward with our sun it will be a constant blue. Its been red for thousands of years. The closer it gets, the more we move back into the golden age. We have a long ways to go tho, but its on path.

*the color only has to with what we see it as, our perception. not saying the star actually changes colors, at least to my understanding ;)
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I think its Sirius A. and Sirius B. crossing paths that makes the star osilate
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I'm sure this holds up in the scientific community, I'll snob around a bit. Thanks for sharing this with me

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Re: Sirius flickering red and blue.
snob = *snoob (lol)

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