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What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?

 
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
Venus, the numero uno UFO sighting.


Exactly.


Ah come on. Don't you guys look at the evidence ?
In those photos, what should be Venus, what you are calling Venus, Isn't Venus !


It's a UFO in front of where Venus should be. It changes shape. Planets don't move in jerky circles, and they don't change shape every couple of seconds.

Wake UP !
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Capture that shit on video then come back or stfu already.
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Capture that shit on video then come back or stfu already.
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What good would a video of objects that move only slightly do ? The photos show it all, and a lot better at x60 than a video at x12.

Instead of trying to debunk what can't be debunked, why don't you take a look at the photos ? They are raw, not enhanced or touched up in any way. And, the photos are what people are wondering about on this thread.

So, look at the photos, or stfu already.
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
Low on the horizon.

Yea i am into astronomy but i am not that kind of astronomer. I am more of a poet/astronomer. I give voice to the intangible aspects of stars and once in a while i notice the extraordinary : ) Then i give voice to that.

But anyway i dont remember seeing a star that bright in a long time. When i first seen it i thought it was a plane and was waiting for it to move but it didnt. And i live in a very light polluted area and it was still bright as all heck even in the light closest to the street lights. I was stunned.

So i just had to comment on it. You folks in the country. wow i can only imagine what it must look like there. Go out and look for it if you havent. Wonderful sight. Low on the horizon. Southwest sky.

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It's Jupiter. I live in rural Pennsylvania - can see the center of the MilkyWay every night. Have a 4" Celestron Telescope. I've been staring at the thing for quite some time - it's Jupiter.

If you have dark skys and a good telescope you can see four of its moons. Venus doesn't have any moons!
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
It's Jupiter. I live in rural Pennsylvania - can see the center of the MilkyWay every night. Have a 4" Celestron Telescope. I've been staring at the thing for quite some time - it's Jupiter.

If you have dark skys and a good telescope you can see four of its moons. Venus doesn't have any moons!
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What you are looking at isn't what many on this thread, including me, are talking about. What several of us have been talking about is not in the sky now.

If you will look at my photo links in posts above this, you will see what we are talking about. They appear as extremely bright, large, sparkling, color changing objects ( starlike ) that move ever so slightly visually. They are very obviously closer than stars or planets would be.
In the camera lense, they change shapes, and move in a jerky circular motion, almost in a squared pattern. The camera catches the shape changes and movement that a telescope can't. Mine is set for 1/1600 shutter speed.
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Im sorry but i couldnt hit the dream chamber without first posting this.

Some might think it is sappy and "faggy" but if you do then you are missing the whole point : )




[link to www.youtube.com]

Good nite folks. Keep watching the heavens.

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Planet X is becoming too large to hide, too many people are starting to noticedamned
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
it is still possible to see venus despite the increasing pollution and all the light from this unknown brighter-than-anything-ever-before star/planet/thing which has been lurking around for several months already with no explanation ... I repeat, it is often possible to see Venus AND this new bright thing ...
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope.
It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go.

[link to www.stellarium.org]


great and free software, you should try it
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
i've said this in a previous post but that was then. one night this summer in wyoming on the side of the highway waiting for the car to cool down from over-heating i was looking at the brightest light in the sky and it was in the south. while watching it it faded out into darkness and then a few seconds later it faded back in as bright as it was before. it did this a few more times and then it started to zigzag around the spot where it was. it eventually went back to its original point. happily, someone was with me to validate what i was seeing. it was pretty bizarre.



Quite a few people have seen these, at least since last year. Very strange, and beautiful. It sounds like whoever is flying these wants it known that they know we see them. No doubt what you experienced was communication.
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i'm ready for more communication if that's the case :)
it's exciting to say the least.
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
Low on the horizon.

Yea i am into astronomy but i am not that kind of astronomer. I am more of a poet/astronomer. I give voice to the intangible aspects of stars and once in a while i notice the extraordinary : ) Then i give voice to that.

But anyway i dont remember seeing a star that bright in a long time. When i first seen it i thought it was a plane and was waiting for it to move but it didnt. And i live in a very light polluted area and it was still bright as all heck even in the light closest to the street lights. I was stunned.

So i just had to comment on it. You folks in the country. wow i can only imagine what it must look like there. Go out and look for it if you havent. Wonderful sight. Low on the horizon. Southwest sky.

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 Quoting: Spirit * Man !
yeah i know exactly what star your talking about and me and my mate have wondered the same thing, i aint no astronomer or anything but i am always looking up into the stars, it is i very bright star im in new zealand and out in the country its beautiful from where i am...
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
Now is a really good time to look up, slightly south west.
There they are, the UFO's that many are mistaking for stars, or at least wondering what those things are.
There is also one more distant to the north east.

When you look, try thinking to them that you see them, or something friendly. Maybe they will do a little extra blinking for you.

Better than that, grab your cameras, zoom to the max, and see for yourselves as they change shape. The sequence seems to be almost the same every night. I take 7-8 photos at max zoom, quickly, one or two seconds between shots. Maybe it is communication. Their shape changes resemble ancient language symbols. Pretty cool !
If you keep your camera in the same position, you will see that they move in a pattern, up-sideways-down-other side, and centered again.

West Houston, we also have several blinkies flying around the neighborhood right now. The sky sparkles with them.
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Yeah, nice comments.

I do believe that all the truth will be revealed...which will only mean that we can all get on with living or, growing. The actual reason why we all chose to be here in the first place.
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
Whatever it is....I am in Central Texas at the northern end of the Texas Hill Country. It is bright, been noticing this for a couple of months now. I am frequently driving at night. It is very bright and its sister/brother to the northwest a little is brighter than most everything else in the sky, but, it dwarfs in comparison to the light just to its southwest.
Hate to know I died of nutt'n.
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Hmmmm, judging from the fuss NASA kicks-up over stars we can't even see, you'd think something like this would be all over the news...(whistles X-Files music)damned
Unless of course it represented such a dire and imminent threat to mankind that the Governments of the world united and collaborated together to distract the masses from it at all costs with a worldwide catastropy such as a financial collapse followed by world war...
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
Low on the horizon.

Yea i am into astronomy but i am not that kind of astronomer. I am more of a poet/astronomer. I give voice to the intangible aspects of stars and once in a while i notice the extraordinary : ) Then i give voice to that.

But anyway i dont remember seeing a star that bright in a long time. When i first seen it i thought it was a plane and was waiting for it to move but it didnt. And i live in a very light polluted area and it was still bright as all heck even in the light closest to the street lights. I was stunned.

So i just had to comment on it. You folks in the country. wow i can only imagine what it must look like there. Go out and look for it if you havent. Wonderful sight. Low on the horizon. Southwest sky.

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Venus
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It's Jupiter. I live in rural Pennsylvania - can see the center of the MilkyWay every night. Have a 4" Celestron Telescope. I've been staring at the thing for quite some time - it's Jupiter.

If you have dark skys and a good telescope you can see four of its moons. Venus doesn't have any moons!
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It's not Jupiter, it's Venus
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It's Jupiter. I live in rural Pennsylvania - can see the center of the MilkyWay every night. Have a 4" Celestron Telescope. I've been staring at the thing for quite some time - it's Jupiter.

If you have dark skys and a good telescope you can see four of its moons. Venus doesn't have any moons!



It's not Jupiter, it's Venus
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Only if it shape shifts every second or two. It does not maintain shape. I've photo'd both of them every night for two weeks. They are both UFO's, that is, if you are looking at what everyone else is looking at.
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
I noticed how bright it was too... yes, Venus and Jupiter, very cool.
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Unless it's not Jupiter, it's another SOLAR-SYSTEM and those aren't moons, they are orbiting PLANETS (they just look like small moons because it's still some distance away), and it's headed straight towards OUR solar system!damned
That there would make for some sexily delicious, juicy, A-grade space
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
If it is next to a similarly bright star...it is Venus in Sagittarius next to Jupiter.



Wow Venus is bright tonight ..damnnnn : )

Thanks for the info : )

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it is funny that you bring this up. i knew it was venus, but the other evening on a bike ride with the wife, i commented to her how bright venus was.



I really thought it was a plane at first. It just caught my eye and i commented. In the spirit of the moment. : )

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i fancy myself as an amatuer astronomer. even have a 6" newtonian telescope. this is mine... [link to www.nightsky.at]

i have never seen venus this bright. i am not saying something is happening, just that i have never seen it so bright.
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I'm so glad I came across this thread! For a solid week I've been noticing and commenting to my spouse about this low "star" so close to the horizon. I know nothing about astronomy...can barely find the big dipper, but for some reason, I just *knew* it was Venus.

Yay!
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1. Weird lighted moon with object above taken last week -
[link to picasaweb.google.com]
2. Moon with object having changed shape -
[link to picasaweb.google.com]
3. Photos of both objects, taken last week,
a. [link to picasaweb.google.com]
b. [link to picasaweb.google.com]
c. [link to picasaweb.google.com]
d. [link to picasaweb.google.com]
e. [link to picasaweb.google.com]
f. [link to picasaweb.google.com]
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Do any of these look like Venus or Jupiter to you ?
Because these are the objects that are the subjects of this thread.
Wake up people. Grab your cameras and take some photos so you will know & believe your own eyes. Stop guessing, when the truth is in front of your faces.
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It must have went down early tonight because i didnt see it when i got out to look for it around 9:30 pm. Or maybe 10 lol

But anyway i am sure it will be back right ? I mean that is the way the universe works right ? Very predictable : )

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Man's symbiotic connection with the cosmos will be known and there is nothing which can stop that knowing. Because everything we all do everyday helps confirm that truth. It is just that we haven't reached the pinnacle of where it leads. But we will soon enough. We will either live or die with that knowledge. Between Heaven and Earth is us.

Be brave young warriors in truth.


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Only a miracle will save us now.


All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
Now is a really good time to look up, slightly south west.
There they are, the UFO's that many are mistaking for stars, or at least wondering what those things are.
There is also one more distant to the north east.

When you look, try thinking to them that you see them, or something friendly. Maybe they will do a little extra blinking for you.

Better than that, grab your cameras, zoom to the max, and see for yourselves as they change shape. The sequence seems to be almost the same every night. I take 7-8 photos at max zoom, quickly, one or two seconds between shots. Maybe it is communication. Their shape changes resemble ancient language symbols. Pretty cool !
If you keep your camera in the same position, you will see that they move in a pattern, up-sideways-down-other side, and centered again.

West Houston, we also have several blinkies flying around the neighborhood right now. The sky sparkles with them.
 Quoting: TEXAS UNCENSORED 553335


I definitely get the sense that they (whatever 'they' are, and they are NOT stars or planets), seem to realize when someone notices them . . . we have three regulars here in Fairbanks about 110 miles south of the arctic circle, one in the southeast sky, one in the northwest sky and one in the west. They do NOT move across the sky during the night or otherwise change position over time. Don't know if they're there during the summer as the sky never gets dark enough to see any stars or other heavenly apparitions.
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I dont know what it is exactly and i know this is going to sound crazy.....But.......the stars they look extra twinkly to me. Like really pulsating. I like to believe i am pretty honest with myself and others but i have never seen them like this before. For some things i have a very good memory.

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I definitely get the sense that they (whatever 'they' are, and they are NOT stars or planets), seem to realize when someone notices them . . . we have three regulars here in Fairbanks about 110 miles south of the arctic circle, one in the southeast sky, one in the northwest sky and one in the west. They do NOT move across the sky during the night or otherwise change position over time. Don't know if they're there during the summer as the sky never gets dark enough to see any stars or other heavenly apparitions.
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What a beautiful location ! I know the ones you are talking about, and these are the same kind of craft. Several here at GLP have been watching the 3 you speak of.
Photo's of those @ [link to picasaweb.google.com] , and click forward for 5 more photo's, the three you are talking about.

For a while in the spring, they were showing up as a triangular configuration, and then they'd go stationery as you describe. Most of the time they are exactly as you stated.
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Re: What is that extremely bright "star or planet" in the southwestern sky ?
object is extreemly big.gots to be miles in diameter
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object is extreemly big.has to be miles in diameter
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i see it right now.
it is pretty bright right now.
It is 4:06.pm
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object is extreemly big.gots to be miles in diameter
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West, Southwest? How high from the horizon?
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Massive chemtrail sludge here in NW Va.Can't see it yet.When it clears this evening I will report.Last several evenings it appears to be getting brighter and it flickers and blinks.I don't think Venus does that.I also noticed lots of C130 traffic into DC on my daily walk.Something is up.
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40-45 degrees
west southwest of the moon
4:28 pm eatern time

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