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VENUS THE BRIGHTEST STAR IN THE SKY

 
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VENUS THE BRIGHTEST STAR IN THE SKY
Reports say it's Jupiter mmmmm Jupiter has moons!!

Due to Planet X

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[link to www.nineplanets.org]


Last morning about 4 am , I noticed as I was driving in the early mourning the brightest star I have ever seen, in I believe the eastern sky. Is this planet Venus, or another? Could Planet X be tugging on this planet or star or whatever object it is, to be pulled closer to the earth? [and from another] [link to godlikeproductions.com] What the hell is rising in the South East, I'm in Ohio - Huge ball of Light? [Sep 17] I happened to be up late tonight, I live in the Cleveland Ohio area, At around 5 am I went out to look at the stars. Coming up over the horizon is this huge ball of light, It is moving from the Horizon and going up. It is about 10 times the size of the brightest star in the sky and about ten times as bright as well. I am 39 years old, I have never seen anything so massive in the night sky. [and from another] I'm from the Columbus area and I see it too. It's like you described it. [and from another] I asked the same thing to the ones who know, because my mind said Venus but it was humunguosly BIG. They told me is Venus but why so BIG?. I'm in central. Florida. [and from another] That's funny because I've heard reports around here of the same exact thing at around 4.AM in England. So bright it hurts your eyes. I told them it was Venus because it usually is in those sightings, but they say it was like a security light or spotlight. [and from another] [link to godlikeproductions.com] If Planet X pulled Venus, or appeared to pull, Venus from its position on August 16 when it should have entered the SOHO C3 field but didn't, it could well be between Venus and the Earth now and affecting the light of Venus to make it look bigger (10X bigger than stars according to one poster).

There has been much notice of a larger and brighter Venus, under discussion on message boards even by those unaware of the presence of Planet X nearby. We have mentioned in the recent past that an erratic Venus might be in the cards for the near future, and this is an example. But matters can get much more erratic. Venus is caught in the cup, along with Earth and the Earth's dark twin. The cup tightens as Planet X draws near, forcing these planets to move closer to each other. More is pending, as the cover-up over Planet X is doomed to fail!
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Re: VENUS THE BRIGHTEST STAR IN THE SKY
Check it out by yourself!

[link to www.stellarium.org]

It is free and easy to handle and shows in realtime every Planet/Star/Conjunction

Have Fun. hf
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Re: VENUS THE BRIGHTEST STAR IN THE SKY
Been watching Jupiter (and its moons) for a few weeks now using a 10-Inch Dobsonian Reflector Telescope.

No PX yet.
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Been watching Jupiter (and its moons) for a few weeks now using a 10-Inch Dobsonian Reflector Telescope.

No PX yet.
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Moons huh
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Last morning about 4 am , I noticed as I was driving in the early mourning the brightest star I have ever seen, in I believe the eastern sky. Is this planet Venus,
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Greetings,

Venus rises in the East at 7:20 CST. It currently is not out at 4:00 am.
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Since when is jupiter the brightest star in the sky?


Jupiter is the fourth brightest star in the sky and Venus is third.
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The symbol for venus Is an ankh, which is the symbol the egyptians used to represent eternal life!

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Re: VENUS THE BRIGHTEST STAR IN THE SKY
Been watching Jupiter (and its moons) for a few weeks now using a 10-Inch Dobsonian Reflector Telescope.

No PX yet.

Moons huh
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Yes, moons. Find a decent telescope and look for yourself.
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Been watching Jupiter (and its moons) for a few weeks now using a 10-Inch Dobsonian Reflector Telescope.

No PX yet.

Moons huh


Yes, moons. Find a decent telescope and look for yourself.
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Are you looking at the brightest star in the sky?
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Since when is jupiter the brightest star in the sky?


Jupiter is the fourth brightest star in the sky and Venus is third.
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Unless you're including the Sun, Venus is usually the brightest "star" in the sky.
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I just checked a star chart, www.heavens-above.com, and Venus does no appear in the early morning. What you are probably seeing is most likely Jupiter, which is the only planet visible in the early morning sky.

Jupiter however should be in the western part of the sky at that time, so it might just be a bright star.
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Psst. Jupiter and Venus are planets.


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I just checked a star chart, www.heavens-above.com, and Venus does no appear in the early morning. What you are probably seeing is most likely Jupiter, which is the only planet visible in the early morning sky.

Jupiter however should be in the western part of the sky at that time, so it might just be a bright star.
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It is very bright than all the other stars/planets including Jupiter and always has been, but some reports are saying it is Jupiter. Right now which looks to me to be Venus rises from the east at sunset and through out the early hours morning like around 1 am or so it is high up.
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I just checked a star chart, www.heavens-above.com, and Venus does no appear in the early morning. What you are probably seeing is most likely Jupiter, which is the only planet visible in the early morning sky.

Jupiter however should be in the western part of the sky at that time, so it might just be a bright star.


It is very bright than all the other stars/planets including Jupiter and always has been, but some reports are saying it is Jupiter. Right now which looks to me to be Venus rises from the east at sunset and through out the early hours morning like around 1 am or so it is high up.
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That's Jupiter, Venus sets about 45 mins after Sun at the moment, Jupiter rises just before sun sets.
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I just checked a star chart, www.heavens-above.com, and Venus does no appear in the early morning. What you are probably seeing is most likely Jupiter, which is the only planet visible in the early morning sky.

Jupiter however should be in the western part of the sky at that time, so it might just be a bright star.


It is very bright than all the other stars/planets including Jupiter and always has been, but some reports are saying it is Jupiter. Right now which looks to me to be Venus rises from the east at sunset and through out the early hours morning like around 1 am or so it is high up.



That's Jupiter, Venus sets about 45 mins after Sun at the moment, Jupiter rises just before sun sets.
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Correct. Venus will rise at 7:20 AM CST 07/16/08/
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The sign that will come from the sky will be the most amazing site ever seen in the sky....besides for the sun and moon which we have become accustomed to. It will shock the world's people to our cores. It will change everything. And it is in sync so much with what we are doing here on Earth that it will convince people that the existence of God is real. For no way will people believe that it just appears "coincidently" as world events with mankind heat up. Then all will know. The moment of Great Decision has arrived. Business as usual will be over.
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Re: VENUS THE BRIGHTEST STAR IN THE SKY
I just checked a star chart, www.heavens-above.com, and Venus does no appear in the early morning. What you are probably seeing is most likely Jupiter, which is the only planet visible in the early morning sky.

Jupiter however should be in the western part of the sky at that time, so it might just be a bright star.


It is very bright than all the other stars/planets including Jupiter and always has been, but some reports are saying it is Jupiter. Right now which looks to me to be Venus rises from the east at sunset and through out the early hours morning like around 1 am or so it is high up.



That's Jupiter, Venus sets about 45 mins after Sun at the moment, Jupiter rises just before sun sets.
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So Your saying Jupiter is brighter than Venus
she comin round d'mt.

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maybe it was the moving star. it looks like someone else might have seen it last night. i felt like it would be out and about. it parked in the north sky for 2 nites before i saw it move. it was by far the brightest object in the sky, and it strobed continually, red white and blue.
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I just checked a star chart, www.heavens-above.com, and Venus does no appear in the early morning. What you are probably seeing is most likely Jupiter, which is the only planet visible in the early morning sky.

Jupiter however should be in the western part of the sky at that time, so it might just be a bright star.


It is very bright than all the other stars/planets including Jupiter and always has been, but some reports are saying it is Jupiter. Right now which looks to me to be Venus rises from the east at sunset and through out the early hours morning like around 1 am or so it is high up.



That's Jupiter, Venus sets about 45 mins after Sun at the moment, Jupiter rises just before sun sets.

So Your saying Jupiter is brighter than Venus
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Let's not start a "who's brighter than whom" debate here..there's only one IQ and that is that sun.
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Re: VENUS THE BRIGHTEST STAR IN THE SKY
I just checked a star chart, www.heavens-above.com, and Venus does no appear in the early morning. What you are probably seeing is most likely Jupiter, which is the only planet visible in the early morning sky.

Jupiter however should be in the western part of the sky at that time, so it might just be a bright star.


It is very bright than all the other stars/planets including Jupiter and always has been, but some reports are saying it is Jupiter. Right now which looks to me to be Venus rises from the east at sunset and through out the early hours morning like around 1 am or so it is high up.
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That is definitely Jupiter then. Venus will never appear in the east at sunset, because it is closer to the sun than the earth; likewise it will never appear in the west at sunrise.
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If you have binoculars or a spotting scope, try looking at the 'star' - you should be able to see at least two moons and may be up to four,(they will just appear as points of light). Helps to rest the Binos on something.
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I just checked a star chart, www.heavens-above.com, and Venus does no appear in the early morning. What you are probably seeing is most likely Jupiter, which is the only planet visible in the early morning sky.

Jupiter however should be in the western part of the sky at that time, so it might just be a bright star.


It is very bright than all the other stars/planets including Jupiter and always has been, but some reports are saying it is Jupiter. Right now which looks to me to be Venus rises from the east at sunset and through out the early hours morning like around 1 am or so it is high up.



That's Jupiter, Venus sets about 45 mins after Sun at the moment, Jupiter rises just before sun sets.

So Your saying Jupiter is brighter than Venus
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You're the only one saying that. Venus is brighter than Jupiter. Jupiter is still very bright, and in the absence of other bright stars and planets to compare it to, it can certainly appear to be "the brightest star you have ever seen."
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If you have binoculars or a spotting scope, try looking at the 'star' - you should be able to see at least two moons and may be up to four,(they will just appear as points of light). Helps to rest the Binos on something.
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It's pretty cool actually. I've seen them through an 8" dobsonian. They look like points of light directly to the right and left of Jupiter's equatorial plane.
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I just checked a star chart, www.heavens-above.com, and Venus does no appear in the early morning. What you are probably seeing is most likely Jupiter, which is the only planet visible in the early morning sky.

Jupiter however should be in the western part of the sky at that time, so it might just be a bright star.


It is very bright than all the other stars/planets including Jupiter and always has been, but some reports are saying it is Jupiter. Right now which looks to me to be Venus rises from the east at sunset and through out the early hours morning like around 1 am or so it is high up.



That's Jupiter, Venus sets about 45 mins after Sun at the moment, Jupiter rises just before sun sets.

So Your saying Jupiter is brighter than Venus


You're the only one saying that. Venus is brighter than Jupiter. Jupiter is still very bright, and in the absence of other bright stars and planets to compare it to, it can certainly appear to be "the brightest star you have ever seen."
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Venus has always been the brightest planet in the sky recorded by the ancients!
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Since when is jupiter the brightest star in the sky?


Jupiter is the fourth brightest star in the sky and Venus is third.
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I thought Jupiter and Venus were planets and not stars
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Since when is jupiter the brightest star in the sky?


Jupiter is the fourth brightest star in the sky and Venus is third.


I thought Jupiter and Venus were planets and not stars
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You know what I mean smart ass
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maybe it was the moving star. it looks like someone else might have seen it last night. i felt like it would be out and about. it parked in the north sky for 2 nites before i saw it move. it was by far the brightest object in the sky, and it strobed continually, red white and blue.
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i saw something abou 03:15 last night , it powerd up like nothing i have seen before , it was like a star gammaglimt , just for a few seconds it powerd up and then it faded away and died , but awsome to watch man ! that was so cool ....:)
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I just checked a star chart, www.heavens-above.com, and Venus does no appear in the early morning. What you are probably seeing is most likely Jupiter, which is the only planet visible in the early morning sky.

Jupiter however should be in the western part of the sky at that time, so it might just be a bright star.


It is very bright than all the other stars/planets including Jupiter and always has been, but some reports are saying it is Jupiter. Right now which looks to me to be Venus rises from the east at sunset and through out the early hours morning like around 1 am or so it is high up.



That's Jupiter, Venus sets about 45 mins after Sun at the moment, Jupiter rises just before sun sets.

So Your saying Jupiter is brighter than Venus



Let's not start a "who's brighter than whom" debate here..there's only one IQ and that is that sun.
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Lets clear this up here. When the sun goes down and it gets dark you see the stars and planets. Which is the brightest planet at NIGHT Venus!
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First neither of these are stars, they are PLANETS.

Secondly, if you say 'planets' in the place of 'stars' you might then appear to have some intelligence.
Since when is jupiter the brightest star in the sky?


Jupiter is the fourth brightest star in the sky and Venus is third.
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If you have binoculars or a spotting scope, try looking at the 'star' - you should be able to see at least two moons and may be up to four,(they will just appear as points of light). Helps to rest the Binos on something.


It's pretty cool actually. I've seen them through an 8" dobsonian. They look like points of light directly to the right and left of Jupiter's equatorial plane.
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Hi,

Keep in mind that was the night you observed. Fact is the moons orbit Jupiter at different rates.

Last week for instance when I was viewing four moons were aligned to the right (using a reflector). Looked like two cars with their lights on side by side.
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Greetings,

On another note please understand, both Venus and Mecury in particular have "phases". (think of the Moon)

Depending on a number of factors, the "brightness" can appear different from night to night. A good Scope can resolve the phases with the proper planetary eyepieces.

Regards

JimmyK