STRANGE Star of Planet

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    My husband and i took a long walk this evening and the first Star out was just showing up right as we were getting home...I had my camera with me, because we had just gotten 20 inches of snow and I wanted to take pictures of the woods and wildlife if we saw any, on our walk.

    My first pic shows in the dark, my Cape roof and the star in the background, then the next few pics where i zoomed in as far as I could on some, speak for themselves!

    They are so cool....

    What the heck it is, I don't know? I think it seems to look more like a planet...from up here in maine, it was in my south west sky.

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    Venus or Jupiter most likely
     
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    ITS A SIGN ...the chosen one has arrived
     
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    oh shit--I was afraid you were here. :lol:
     
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    :lol: It was Dick Cheney spaceship returning back to his home planet?
     
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    How do you know? Would either of them be in my southwest sky from Eastern maine, this time of the year and how would one find out such a thing?

    It would be cool to know for sure!

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    yes he needs to regenerate on the mother ship and he will be good for another 300 years...
     
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    It was a really cool sunset tonight as well....very red....pretty!

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    Those are just the brightest objects in the sky right now other than the moon. or maybe eots is right. :lol:
     
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    The forest was a winter wonderland today....really beautiful.

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