Comments:Jupiter at its brightest in 47 years

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Comments from feedback form - "Great news, never knew that yo..."

Great news, never knew that you can see the moons of Jupiter with only binaculars. Cant wait for 2022!

180.194.245.43 (talk)13:49, 8 February 2011

Comments from feedback form - "its good"

its good

67.251.6.78 (talk)19:24, 21 November 2010

Comments from feedback form - "I live in New Zealand are we t..."

I live in New Zealand are we talking Sunday as the first sighting????

125.239.9.224 (talk)03:35, 20 September 2010

You'll always be able to see Jupiter, but it will be the brightest in 47 yrs on Monday-Tuesday. It will remain very bright for some time to come (around a month). You'll know when you see it.

Tyrol5 (talk)19:24, 20 September 2010

I have been enjoying the view in unseasonal clear skies over the last few weeks.

Even though this week's full moon is nearby in the sky, Jupiter is still spectacularly bright. I love it!

InfantGorilla (talk)10:13, 23 September 2010
 
 

Comments from feedback form - "Thats not Jupitar, ITS NIBIRU!..."

Thats not Jupitar, ITS NIBIRU!!!!

BKCW8 talk08:48, 23 September 2010

Oh yes, so it is. It is seven years too late. Perhaps it was stuck in traffic.

To make up for its tardiness, it will cause global extinctions just in time to get humanity off the hook for bodging the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Phew, that is a relief!

InfantGorilla (talk)10:09, 23 September 2010
 

I'm from Indonesia

I think I saw this planet on 10-13 September 2010 (at those night, the sky is clear and full of stars)

Kenrick talk06:35, 20 September 2010