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Unidentified light
Thursday, 10-Dec-98 21:41:10

Message: writes:

In the early morning of November 17 during the peak of the
leoinds meteor shower at aproximatley 3.24am,a white light
of aproximatley magnitude 3 appeared in the constelation
of cancer,quite close to M44.It was heading south for
2 seconds then lit quite briliantly to at least magnitude -2.
It was bright for aproximatley 3 seconds,then dimmed slowly,
changed course quite sudddenly to the south east and
disappeared.It may have been a satellite as I observed many
that morning.Its path was however very eractic and seemed to
be to fast for a satelite.The whole observation lasted less
than 7 seconds.


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