Saturday, July 31, 2010
What is that weird star in the night sky tonight, right next to our moon?
Something glowed very brightly and very close to our moon.
This photograph, which I snapped with my phone, doesn't do it justice.
But, the fact that you can still clearly see the bright star-type thing just below and to the right of the moon is a sure testament to how BRIGHT it is!
This unique celestial body glows just as bright as the moon, although it is smaller. Never before in my life have I ever seen a star or planet shine so brightly or shine so closely to the moon.
Could it be the space station? A comet that's headed straight for us? Time to Google...
Posted by Lisa at 3:35 AM