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I looked up, are satellites supposed to blink and all sources said no. These had BLINKING LIGHTS that slowly faded in and out in all different parts of the sky. What were these things? About to go back outside with my actual telescope and try and catch another one.
faded in and out in all different parts of the sky
That is not the behavior of anything in orbit.
It was in a stationary orbit... And as I said, after 10 mins. It started at first very slow to move NE and then picked up speed.
You mean meteors. Because without a pretty good telescope and unless you are looking at exactly the right place at the right time, you are not going to see an asteroid.
I have seen asteroids pepper the sky from time to time.
I've seen tumbling satellites flash irregularly as they move across the sky.
I just couldn't figure out why the flash was irregular and maintained its brightness as it went NE till out of view.