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That Strange Star Is Not A star

 
Nicolemare

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05/26/2013 08:12 AM
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This is it exactly what I look at
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Nevermind... I just watched the Youtube video you posted! Interesting
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05/26/2013 08:51 AM
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Karlos

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05/26/2013 09:13 AM

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These are nothing more than de-focused stars and/or planets.




Only difference being the dark spot in the centre - that is caused by the secondary mirror in a reflecting telescope - cameras don't have this secondary mirror, so you don't have the dark spot.
Watch this to understand the process


*note* his de-focused star pattern is steady because he's using a false star. Real stars 'twinkle'.

Changing colours are caused by unsteady atmospherics - especially when viewing a star/planet that is low in the sky.
Astronomers choose a star that is high in the sky for star-testing, to minimise atmospheric interference.

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TheTruthIsFromGod
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05/26/2013 10:19 AM
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It's maitreya's guys on this thread... Maitreya asked all his followers to launch debates about these so called stars... This is just a scam, Maitreya is a devil and his space brothers are jinns/devils, liars... This so called stars are materialized by these jinns and are not real spaceships, do not be deceived
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05/27/2013 05:38 AM
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Im Looking at it now It has got closer over weeks and it is crazy!
I cant take a photo as my lens is too short.
It is the same thing that is in all the videos.
Type in Strange End Times Star
Please its looking at me now through my sitting room window, it was not this close 2 weeks ago.

Edit This is definitely what the images would look like if I had the zoom.
[link to rense.com]
Here is a video of what it looks like and what I see when there is no chemtrails.

As soon as I get a zoom I will film it I will make it my mission!
[link to www.youtube.com]
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 Quoting: sas21


are you one of Maitreya's guys?

Benjamin Creme said that this star is not a star but a huge spaceship to herald the coming of Maitreya... they are 4 spaceships in the 4 corner of the earth.

Benjamin Creme is deceived, Maitreya seems to be another name for Satan... and this so called spaceship is not really a spaceship but is materialized by the jinns/devils/aliens... all deceivers, beware!
 Quoting: TheTruthIsFromGod 19374655


I have never heard of such a thing, Im telling you all this thing is so weird.
Ijust remebered here in UK they put this thing on CH5 and passed it off as being a LIGHT on a STICK this is why Im still looking into this thing.
It wld have to be the longest stick in world.
It was on CH5 alien and ufo programme 1 month ago no lie.
You have to understand and see the darkness to really appreciate the bright side.
sas21  (OP)

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05/27/2013 05:41 AM
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These are nothing more than de-focused stars and/or planets.




Only difference being the dark spot in the centre - that is caused by the secondary mirror in a reflecting telescope - cameras don't have this secondary mirror, so you don't have the dark spot.
Watch this to understand the process


*note* his de-focused star pattern is steady because he's using a false star. Real stars 'twinkle'.

Changing colours are caused by unsteady atmospherics - especially when viewing a star/planet that is low in the sky.
Astronomers choose a star that is high in the sky for star-testing, to minimise atmospheric interference.

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 Quoting: Karlos


I just clicked on the thing I see was on CH5 a programmme about ufo about a month ago. They passed it off as a light on a stick. I will try n find it.
You have to understand and see the darkness to really appreciate the bright side.
sas21  (OP)

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05/27/2013 05:42 AM
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Im gonna find that show 2 mins.
You have to understand and see the darkness to really appreciate the bright side.
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05/27/2013 09:03 AM

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I just clicked on the thing I see was on CH5 a programmme about ufo about a month ago. They passed it off as a light on a stick. I will try n find it.
 Quoting: sas21

Well, yes - any small light source will look like that when you de-focus, especially when you're magnifying it.

A bunch of us often go observing away from urban light-pollution.
From the site we use (a car-park by the side of a reservoir), there's a farm on a hill opposite with a security light.
I've used that light a couple of times to check the scope's alignment after the car drive up there - using the same method in the video above.
And during the day, I've even used the sun, reflected in a ball-bearing positioned at the bottom of my garden.

Any tiny point of light will give the same effect when slightly out of focus - and the effect is routinely used by telescope owners for checking and aligning optics.
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It was the same thing I was looking at in my telescope on the show. I was not looking at a light on a stick I was looking in the sky. Why say it was light on a stick when It clearly was not?
You have to understand and see the darkness to really appreciate the bright side.
Karlos

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05/27/2013 12:39 PM

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It was the same thing I was looking at in my telescope on the show. I was not looking at a light on a stick I was looking in the sky. Why say it was light on a stick when It clearly was not?
 Quoting: sas21

ANY distant light will look like that when out of focus.
A star, a planet, a plane, a streetlight, a security lamp, a chainese lantern, some guy pointing a torch in your direction, and a random 'light on a stick'.

The point is - that the pattern is generated within the optics, and there's no way of knowing what the original object is, if all you have to go by is a de-focused 'Airey' pattern.


Next time you see this object in the sky, take note of direction, height, time and your approximate location.
Then if it's a known astronomical object, it will be possible to identify it.





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