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Posted by Ellipsoid on September 21, 1998 22:58:01 UTC

: : It was the planet Venus - It is at it's closest position to Earth right now. If you look through binoculars you can see it's moons. No mystery there George!

: Hate to be a pedant but since when did Venus have moons? : I also suspect the bright light was Jupiter, not Venus, as I have not seen Venus for a while.

: Yelm

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