Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Cherryville (Canada), BC

July 16, 2012  3:30AM

While observing the stars with the naked eye up in the mountains away from the city and minimal light pollution, we observed a pulsing/flashing light roughly 20 degrees above Jupiter and Venus.  The light would pulse to just a bit brighter than a star, then fade away to nothing.  It was a quick pulse and the time between flashes was roughly 10 seconds, it was a consistent gap of time between flashing interval's.  It remained stationary in the sky and continued this behaviour for about 5 minutes, after which it did not appear again.

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