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Was It Really Jupiter?

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Posted by Corrina Williams/">Corrina Williams on September 24, 1999 23:16:54 UTC

I didn't think Jupiter was that bright. I live in New Mexico and have observed that star-like object for at least three weeks and I could swear it hasn't moved and has gotten brighter each time I see it. Plus, my friend who's father works at the planetarium says he doesn't think Jupiter would be that bright. Due East, twenty-five to thirty degrees up from the horizon? Not that I question your expertise, Sincerly, Corrina Williams

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