Re: Observations

Date: Fri Apr 06 2001 - 08:23:57 PDT

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    A nova or supernova would not account for the conditions you describe.  I would 
    say it was either of your other two options, or passing cloud.  
    Matt Fawcett
    53.893N 0.273W
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    Subject: Observations
    Author: at MHS
    Date:    06/04/2001 16:07
    After the ISS pass was observed, the universe began to fall apart.
    I noticed that Orion's belt and sword was invisible, but this was not 
    immediately jolting, considering that my glasses were off.  I put my 
    glasses back on - and an extreme surprise resulted.  Orion has 4 corner 
    stars of great brightness.  Only one on top and one on bottom was 
    visible.  Everything else in the constellation was invisible.  Now there 
    were thin clouds - but I could see a lot of other stars and a Moon in the 
    sky.  'Till 2:45, the condition remained the same.  Except that Gemini 
    and Aldebaran (sp?)  were in different positions than in my star atlas.
    There is only three possible rational explanations for this:
    1)  A nova/supernova occured.
    2)  I was temporarily insane.
    3)  I was delirious.
    Can anyone help me?  Has anyone seen the Orion constellation in the last 
    12 hours?
    P.S.:  This is not a joke, if anyone thinks it is.  I really saw (or 
    rather didn't see) what I have written above.
    Jonathan T. Wojack        
    39.706d N   75.683d W            
    5 hours behind UT (-5)
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