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originally posted by: craterman
I remember watching a helium balloon go into the sky when I was a kid, until it was so far way I had to strain to see it. I then started noticing that I could see stars in broad daylight with a bright blue sky. I saw many of them. I was amazed that I had never noticed them before in daylight.
originally posted by: wildespace
The ISS and stars can definitely be ruled out. Which leaves us with man-made objects. I would have guessed that theese might be geostationary satellites glinting in the sun, but geostationary satellites are deployed around the equator.
So, most probably those were high-altitude weather balloons.
originally posted by: GBP/JPY
A ballon probably, huh?
ISS hauls buns across the sky...the fastest of them all, seems
so not that