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Introducing The Humanity Star - a bright, blinking satellite now orbiting Earth, visible to the naked eye in the night sky. Launched on , The Humanity Star is designed to encourage everyone to look up and consider our place in the universe. Website coming soon
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Matthew Veenbaas Jan 24
Replying to @RocketLab
Alright you guys are a lot cooler than I originally thought and now regret not buying the limited time t-shirt...
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AsdewQ Jan 24
Replying to @RocketLab
When's the website coming? Where is The Humanity Star currently?
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Rocket Lab Jan 24
Replying to @MatthewVeenbaas
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Łukasz Byjoś - 👓🥓@🇵🇱🇪🇺 Jan 24
Replying to @RocketLab
Where can I track it?
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Rocket Lab Jan 24
Replying to @lukaszbyjos
Website with tracker coming soon!
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Coliseum Sewage Jan 24
Replying to @RocketLab
So you’re blocking our view of actual stars and creating atmospheric light pollution to remind us to look at the stars we can’t see thanks in part to your stupid satellite? Good work.
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Rocket Lab Jan 24
Replying to @ColiseumSewage
The Humanity Star will blink across the sky for a few seconds, hopefully long enough to catch your eye then leave you looking beyond it into the night sky and all it contains
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Rocket Lab Jan 24
Replying to @Asdew95
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Jacinta Penn Jan 24
Replying to @RocketLab
We are wondering if we saw it last night. There was a funny star in the sky. Bright. Changing colours rapidly.
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Benjamin Pope Jan 24
Replying to @RocketLab
Oh god why would you do this to us astronomers
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Rocket Lab Jan 24
Replying to @WorkBrightNZ
Hi Jacinta, where were you watching from?
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Rocket Lab Jan 24
Replying to @fringetracker
The Humanity Star will blink across the sky for just a seconds, and it won't be visible in your region for the full 9 months in orbit. Our hope is that it draws people's attention to the stars, then leaves them looking to the universe long after The Humanity Star has passed.
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Jacinta Penn Jan 24
Replying to @RocketLab
Pukekohe. Auckland. Some time between 10 and 11 last night.
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Rocket Lab Jan 24
Replying to @WorkBrightNZ
Not The Humanity Star in that case unfortunately. Aliens?
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