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Originally posted by Ectoterrestrial
One thing you can do is try to visualize in your head where the sun is relative to where you are stnading, even though it is night. If the light dissappears approximately where the shadow of the earth would hit a satellite, then it is probably a satellite.
But if it goes from horizon to horizon it is probably not a satellite.
Originally posted by executioner
They said on Calendar news( yorkshire local news) last night that the ISS would be visible in the night sky between 9.20 and 9.29 pm last night travelling west to east, maybe it was that.