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Barty 6:28 Thu May 7
Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=547155812650486&id=113343583681476



They are coming !! LOL

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Mike Oxsaw 2:35 Sun May 10
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
Stellarium is your friend.

Crassus 1:52 Sun May 10
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
Cough
Cheers mate

Far Cough 1:28 Sun May 10
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
Crassus, Venus*








I cheated*

:-)

Crassus 1:25 Sun May 10
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
On the subject of astronomy, can someone tell me what the extremely bright star is away to the west?
Inordinately bright and has been lurking noticeably for a few weeks

yngwies Cat 12:43 Sun May 10
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
UuuuuLaaaaaa

Barty 10:41 Sun May 10
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
Hahaha the same site is now showing a huge UFO somewhere

https://m.facebook.com/videos/live/m/redirect/604161373780079/?_rdr


Looks very fake hahaha

A piss take this site

Alfs 4:17 Fri May 8
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
Shame. An alien invasion would send Boris's head spinning.

"Stay in your homes and protect lives...fuck, no, what I mean is grab a spade, a hammer, anything really and protect our planet from these outer terrestrial terrorists...But remember to stay two meters apart and wash your hands when you get home. Good luck!"

arsene york-hunt 4:07 Fri May 8
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
Luna Corazon is always worth a look

devonhammer 11:50 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
40 replies and no one has yet said.....

Mr Moon has left the stadium

I blame Covid-19

Westham67 10:58 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
The Incas called the moon Las moonio

gph 10:31 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
Should have said Ancient Greek, and pointed out I was talking about personifications of the Moon.

Like Diana, Goddeses can be the Goddess of the Moon, without being the Moon.

Gentile 9:59 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
That's no moon....

Far Cough 9:57 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
Another Greek name for the moon is Κυνθία or Cynthia the Roman equivalent being Diana, Cynthia if you remember the moon landings was used as in pericynthion, the closest approach to the moon from a spacecraft launched from Earth

peroni 9:53 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
collyrob 7:30 Thu May 7

Hahaha!

Far Cough 9:51 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
Yep, σελήνη Selene is one of Greek names for the moon, they most often use φεγγάρι Feggari in day to day use

ted fenton 9:46 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
The thing we saw was nowhere near the moon !! Maybe a comet ! Fecked if I know.

gph 9:41 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
Ah, that's it!




























(Selene is the Greek equivalent of the Roman Luna)

Westham67 9:39 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
The world could be satellite by an asteroid hit

defjam 9:38 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
gph - I thought it would be LUNAcy?

gph 9:36 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
"Moon madness"

I think there's a word for that, wait, it's on the tip of my tongue... Selenacy?

defjam 9:27 Thu May 7
Re: Huge planetary object above the moon. (LIVE)
Westham67 9:25 - Spooky!!

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