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Posted by khanh on September 27, 2000 09:33:26 UTC

I am currently live in Korea. Eraly in the morning, I saw a bright star. Not sure what star it is. I know it`s not Venus, since it is straight up the sky. It did not even fade away when the sun came up. I was able to spot it easily, `till I lost track after running. I was wondering if it is indeed a nova. Seriously, this looks much brighter than Sirius and Venus. I don`t have my telescope with me now, so I can do anything. Can someone with a telescope help me find out what it is. Thanks. Can`t tell you what constellation it is in. I don`t have my astronomy book with me either. :-( Sorry

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