What's that thing next to the moon?

ruckstande

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Just wondering because I've never seen it before. The sky finally cleared up after all of the rain today and I just noticed either a really bright star or planet next to the moon. Anyone know what it is?
 

BIV

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It's one of the planets. I think Venus, can someone confirm?
 
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depends yeah can be mars can be venus or another planet....I'm to lazy to confirm though
 

CM Mark

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It's the Christmas Star. Behold the magic of the holiday season.

[/sappy holiday season crap]
 

BIV

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I thought it was the great pumpkin.
Dude, I have photobucket pics and vids posted on five message boards and so much content that I can't add any more vids to my account, and I have never exceeded bandwidth. How the hell did you do that?
 
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Funny this thread popped up, I noticed that really bright light next to the moon myself tonight.
 

Arc Lite

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Glad this thread showed up because we were coming back from dinner tonight (about 6:30) and I noticed a new star or object actually below the moon here where we are.
 
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Dude, I have photobucket pics and vids posted on five message boards and so much content that I can't add any more vids to my account, and I have never exceeded bandwidth. How the hell did you do that?
I just opened one up and had it close up with 6 uploads. Got me.

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ruckstande

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Awesome thanks folks. I was hoping it was a planet. I've never noticed one before.