Axeman wrote:YES SIR! East!! I got my compass out LOL
Hmm well looking into it more Venus is in the south east now, I stopped looking at it mid December when it was mostly west...little thing really moves.
So if you were directly E then I don't know but if you were slightly S from E then Venus it is.
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bcgolddigger wrote:it's Venus
There are 7 visible celstial bodies in the night sky just as there are 7 days of the week, if you use the English language and the French language too it's easy as you can now see, English first / then French. ,
Monday / Lundi is lunar day for the moon.
Tuesday / Mardi is for Mars.
Wednesday / Mercredi is for Mercury.
Thursday / Jeudi is for Jupiter.
Friday / Vendredi is for venus.
Saturday / Samedi is for Saturn.
Sunday / Dimanche is for the Sun.
This is where the names for the 7 days of the week come from.
As you all have been told now Pluto is no longer considdered a planet any more because it is too small to be considdered one. so now we only have 8 planets left in our solar system.
Back when the days of the week were named people could only see 7 celestial bodies in the night sky and they are all named above. They are in this order starting from the Sun, then Mercury, Venus, Earth/moon, Mars, Asteroid belt, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, then the new non-planet Pluto. then the ort cloud then deep space......
Since Venus is closer to the sun than we are and it is about the same size as earth its very bright and is only seen during dusk or dawn / evening or morning and the only other bright object is Jupiter which is huge compared to earth, it's diamiter is actually 11 times that of earth, if you get out a pare of binoculars you can see it's 4 largest moons, Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, these are the largest which you can see with a pare of binoculars, check it out, go on take a look, if you don't believe me. take a look over the winter time you will see the moons move in relation to it's host planet Jupiter.
Check out this link:
http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/pro ... ct=Jupiter
check out this link too:
http://www.earthsky.org/radioshows/5294 ... ruary-2009
So if you see a bright object in the sky as bright as this object and it is in the same plane as our sun traverses the sky it can only be Jupiter or Venus. If the sun has set and it is dark out it's most likely Jupiter but if it is still twilight it's Venus. but if it's not one of these two it could be a satalite or one of ours or an Alien Space Ship, ( I wish it were because I want them to come and visit us and share what they know with us all, I'm a believer)
Since our humans eyes are not big enough we can't see Uranus or Neptune other wise we may actually have 8 or 9 days in the week, LOL.
I've been an avid astronomer for years especially when I was younger. I hope this helps.
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