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Originally posted by Andy(Uk)
reply to post by Onet Wosix
Yes im in seaham county durham. I seen the same object at about 9.20pm travelling south. I see a lot of lanterns aroind here and it definately wasnt one of them. Looked like a very large star. Bright white no flickering or flashing lights. Silent and moving south.
Originally posted by DARKJEDIG
And When i first saw it, it was under 10k feet...
Originally posted by _selectThis_
A light that was not noticable until it accelerated from standing to over the horizon in under 2 seconds.
I asked could it have been a shooting star to which they replied impossible as the light was static for some time, 1 of the people is an amateur astromoner and he says he has never seen or heard of any natural phenomena that behaved such as this. He estimates roughly that if the observable horizon of an object in the atmosphere is 20 to 80km on a clear night that its minimum velocity was 10km per second. Thats all I know but I'd just like report the facts here. So who knows really I'm at a loss to explain this and so are they, also they had the impression that this object was large.