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Jupiter's Moons Tonight

 
Guess Who2

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Jupiter's Moons Tonight
Hey check out Jupiter tonight. I'm no expert. Ametuor at best (can't even spell it!!) but tonight its moons are lined up like I have never seen before. Now I'm over 40 so the eyes aren't as good as they used to be but through my binocs they sure do look cool. Different from any other time I've looked at it. Can someone please verify??!!
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Re: Jupiter's Moons Tonight
*squints eyes*

Nope, can't see em from here...sorry.
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12/12/2012 08:40 PM

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Ok. Cool. I'm in Alabama and was hoping someone could describe what they see! Appreciate you trying!!
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12/12/2012 08:46 PM

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Re: Jupiter's Moons Tonight
Verify what I think I see anyway!
peace
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12/12/2012 08:48 PM
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12/12/2012 08:54 PM

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Re: Jupiter's Moons Tonight
Verify what I think I see anyway!
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 Quoting: Guess Who2

All four at one side?

Happens sometimes - as 2 + 2 or one missing.


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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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12/12/2012 09:01 PM

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Re: Jupiter's Moons Tonight
Verify what I think I see anyway!
peace
 Quoting: Guess Who2

All four at one side?

Happens sometimes - as 2 + 2 or one missing.


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 Quoting: Hydra


Yes. Usually they are more scattered or uneven. I have never seen them lined up before. Sure is cool! So you see four do you? See my eyes are so bad all I can make out is three! Compared to a clock which number do you think they are pointing towards? Just curious!
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12/12/2012 09:14 PM

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And if Jupiter has up to 24 moons how come we only see three or four? Just curious! And they always seem to be on the left side. Astronomy fascinates meet if you couldn't tell! Blows my mind when you really think about how we are just a "spec of sand" in the big scheme of things!!
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12/12/2012 09:18 PM

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Re: Jupiter's Moons Tonight
Verify what I think I see anyway!
peace
 Quoting: Guess Who2

All four at one side?

Happens sometimes - as 2 + 2 or one missing.


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 Quoting: Hydra


Yes. Usually they are more scattered or uneven. I have never seen them lined up before. Sure is cool! So you see four do you? See my eyes are so bad all I can make out is three! Compared to a clock which number do you think they are pointing towards? Just curious!
 Quoting: Guess Who2

I have seen all four at the same side some times.


So you see four do you? See my eyes are so bad all I can make out is three!
 Quoting: Guess Who2

Yes, in a telescope.


Compared to a clock which number do you think they are pointing towards? Just curious!
 Quoting: Guess Who2

It's a differen angle here in Germany - because of ... ahm ... field rotation.
To the left side of Jupiter, quite evenly spread - Kalisto, Europa, Io, Ganymed.
Ganymed is very close to Jupiter and in three hours in front of it - thus it may be outshined by the glare of Jupiter.


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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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Verify what I think I see anyway!
peace
 Quoting: Guess Who2

All four at one side?

Happens sometimes - as 2 + 2 or one missing.


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 Quoting: Hydra


Yes. Usually they are more scattered or uneven. I have never seen them lined up before. Sure is cool! So you see four do you? See my eyes are so bad all I can make out is three! Compared to a clock which number do you think they are pointing towards? Just curious!
 Quoting: Guess Who2

I have seen all four at the same side some times.


So you see four do you? See my eyes are so bad all I can make out is three!
 Quoting: Guess Who2

Yes, in a telescope.


Compared to a clock which number do you think they are pointing towards? Just curious!
 Quoting: Guess Who2

It's a differen angle here in Germany - because of ... ahm ... field rotation.
To the left side of Jupiter, quite evenly spread - Kalisto, Europa, Io, Ganymed.
Ganymed is very close to Jupiter and in three hours in front of it - thus it may be outshined by the glare of Jupiter.

True. I didn't realize where you were! Sounds like you know your Jupiter moons! But like I said..how come we see so few when it has so many? Is that because they are too far away from Jupiter for us to see?

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True. I didn't realize where you were! Sounds like you know your Jupiter moons! But like I said..how come we see so few when it has so many? Is that because they are too far away from Jupiter for us to see?
 Quoting: Guess Who2

Compared to the four Galilean Moons (3.100 to 5.200 km) the next biggest moon has only 168 km. The other moons are to small and to faint to see.


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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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