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  Something in sky, 2002
Something in sky, 2002
Image credit: © cougar120

Uploader comment: It wsa about 8:30 pm in late july 2002. i was looking at a bright star, took some pictures of it with my video camar was zoom out about 300zoom


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Comment icon #5 Posted by ignis_fatuus on 26 July, 2005, 0:23
Planet. Maybe Venus or Jupiter.
Comment icon #4 Posted by accused pheonix on 15 March, 2005, 16:41
What the are we looking at, theres two thing in this picture. One is the bright star, and the other is a little black dot too the le.... OMG, Its a fargen dot....
Comment icon #3 Posted by hypodermic on 2 February, 2005, 21:29
OMG!!!!! For the love of God its a BIRD! Run for your lives!
Comment icon #2 Posted by the cow on 25 January, 2005, 12:55
Fear the dot!
Comment icon #1 Posted by nyflyer11787 on 25 January, 2005, 11:23
Oh my GOD, its another dot.
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