Was the first ever depiction of a star pattern made over seventeen millennia ago?
(Rappenglück 1996) The ancient Greeks were the first to describe over half of the 88 constellations recognised by the IAU today.
Citing online astronomy forums, Bad Astronomy reveals that a Minuteman III ICBM had been scheduled to launch from Vandenburg Air Force Base, California, three minutes before the burst was observed, at about am Hawaii time.
As the missile is above most of the Earth's atmosphere at this point, when the fuel gas is suddenly ejected it blows away from the missile in a perfect sphere - which could explain the bubble-like characteristics of the light.
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Ever since people first wandered the Earth, great significance has been given to the celestial objects seen in the sky.
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Forty eight of the constellations we know were recorded in the seventh and eighth books of Claudius Ptolemy’s Almagest, although the exact origin of these constellations still remains uncertain.
Ptolemy’s descriptions are probably strongly influenced by the work of Eudoxus of Knidos in around 350 BC.
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According to Discover Magazine's Bad Astronomy blog, the soap bubble-like characteristics of the light burst indicate that it has been caused by a 'sudden impulse of energy and rapid expansion of material'.
Most notable is Argo Navis, which was one of Ptolemy's original 48 constellations.