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  1. Hey, I Love astronomy and have been watching the stars alot lately. I live in Norway so the stars I generally see are the orion belt, Rigel, Betelguese, bellatrix and sirius. I was walking down to my grandmom and I looked at the orions belt, and 2 fists away from it, facing south I saw a brighter star than Sirius. So I was curious that I have never seen it before, So I tried searching, after 20 mins it was still there, maybe a little dimmer, then after 40 minutes I walked back and it was gone. It can't be a supernova I guess, nor was it really twinkling. Im thinking maybe it was Jupiter
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