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100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
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100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky.....REAL

https://strangesounds.org/2019/12/stars-...omers.html

What’s going on now in space?

A comparison of old and new star catalogs shows that some objects seem to have gone missing.


Many Stars Have Disappeared

The new data compiled by project ‘Vanishing and Appearing Sources during a Century of Observations (VASCO)’ were gathered by comparing mapped stars listed in the U.S. Naval Observatory Catalogue (USNO) B 1.0, dating from the 1950s, with those in the more recent sky catalog of Pan-STARRS Data Release (DR1).

Among the 600 million stars found in the older catalog, 150,000 objects had no readily identifiable counterparts in the new star survey, although the Pan-STARRS can detect much fainter light sources than present in USNO.

The authors visually inspected 24,000 candidates of these 150,000 anomalies and discovered that 100 of these point sources of light had disappeared in the night sky.

Where Are the Missing Stars?

Are they at the same location, just not emitting light anymore? Or perhaps they’ve moved to some other location.




WHAAAAT????
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12-22-2019 10:18 PM

 




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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
New Mandela Effect ...there will be signs in the sun moon and stars
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12-22-2019 10:25 PM

 




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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
Black holes got them a long time ago or they exploded. 1950's the people were looking at stars that had already died long ago but it just took time for us to see the result today. Time, light, and distance are factors in this.

Think of a light bulb that has already been switched off but the viewer still sees the light coming from the light bulb for a few micro-seconds even after the life has been switched off. This is because it takes time for the end of the light to reach the viewers eye. Magnetize this by a trillion, because of distance from that star to earth.

Crappy example perhaps.

The same applies to radio waves that get shot out in space.

There is a time delay.
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12-22-2019 10:27 PM

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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
Our magnetic field has been weakening dramatically. It changes the entire atmosphere around the planet. I would start there.
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12-22-2019 10:29 PM

 




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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-22-2019 10:25 PM)
Black holes got them a long time ago or they exploded. 1950's the people were looking at stars that had already died long ago but it just took time for us to see the result today. Time, light, and distance are factors in this.

Think of a light bulb that has already been switched off but the viewer still sees the light coming from the light bulb for a few micro-seconds even after the life has been switched off. This is because it takes time for the end of the light to reach the viewers eye. Magnetize this by a trillion, because of distance from that star to earth.

Crappy example perhaps.

The same applies to radio waves that get shot out in space.

There is a time delay.

When we look out into space we are seeing a photograph of the past.
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12-22-2019 10:29 PM

 




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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-22-2019 10:16 PM)
100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky.....REAL

https://strangesounds.org/2019/12/stars-...omers.html

What’s going on now in space?

A comparison of old and new star catalogs shows that some objects seem to have gone missing.


Many Stars Have Disappeared

The new data compiled by project ‘Vanishing and Appearing Sources during a Century of Observations (VASCO)’ were gathered by comparing mapped stars listed in the U.S. Naval Observatory Catalogue (USNO) B 1.0, dating from the 1950s, with those in the more recent sky catalog of Pan-STARRS Data Release (DR1).

Among the 600 million stars found in the older catalog, 150,000 objects had no readily identifiable counterparts in the new star survey, although the Pan-STARRS can detect much fainter light sources than present in USNO.

The authors visually inspected 24,000 candidates of these 150,000 anomalies and discovered that 100 of these point sources of light had disappeared in the night sky.

Where Are the Missing Stars?

Are they at the same location, just not emitting light anymore? Or perhaps they’ve moved to some other location.




WHAAAAT????
Well isn't that strange
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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-22-2019 10:29 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-22-2019 10:25 PM)
Black holes got them a long time ago or they exploded. 1950's the people were looking at stars that had already died long ago but it just took time for us to see the result today. Time, light, and distance are factors in this.

Think of a light bulb that has already been switched off but the viewer still sees the light coming from the light bulb for a few micro-seconds even after the life has been switched off. This is because it takes time for the end of the light to reach the viewers eye. Magnetize this by a trillion, because of distance from that star to earth.

Crappy example perhaps.

The same applies to radio waves that get shot out in space.

There is a time delay.

When we look out into space we are seeing a photograph of the past.
Nope you are seeing an illusion in the present
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12-22-2019 10:34 PM

 




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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
The Astronomical Journal

They say this


https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.38...0f#artAbst
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12-22-2019 10:43 PM

 




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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
Ask Bill Nye chuckle Hmlbfmna Jsomrjll lol
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12-22-2019 10:48 PM

 




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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-22-2019 10:28 PM)
Skippy  Wrote: (12-22-2019 10:27 PM)
Our magnetic field has been weakening dramatically. It changes the entire atmosphere around the planet. I would start there.

There is no physical planet

It's time to wake up
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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
Back in the 1950's they may well have mistakenly classified asteroids and comets as stars.
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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-22-2019 10:25 PM)
Black holes got them a long time ago or they exploded. 1950's the people were looking at stars that had already died long ago but it just took time for us to see the result today. Time, light, and distance are factors in this.

Think of a light bulb that has already been switched off but the viewer still sees the light coming from the light bulb for a few micro-seconds even after the life has been switched off. This is because it takes time for the end of the light to reach the viewers eye. Magnetize this by a trillion, because of distance from that star to earth.

Crappy example perhaps.

The same applies to radio waves that get shot out in space.

There is a time delay.

Does the rate of which lights speed decays increase to our point of view? If so I would guess this would be an ever increasing case.
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RE: 100 Stars Disappear in the Night Sky...REAL
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-22-2019 10:48 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (12-22-2019 10:28 PM)
There is no physical planet

It's time to wake up

Reality is holographic
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12-22-2019 11:11 PM

 




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No one cares.Guess the sun will go away now.We will see if they notice that
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