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Fireball 21:45 BST 21/08/2011

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« on: August 31, 2011, 01:36:51 pm »

Hey Anton, sorry for the delay in getting back to you, I love this image of the ISS and your car in the same frame, you must have had a great wide angle lens for that - impressive!. What you witnessed sounded like a sporadic fireball, fireballs can be extremely bright and also very low in the sky at times so you can get them pretty much anywhere in the celestal dome so well done on seeing it, a truly bright fireball is a thrilling and unforgettable sight, you will be hooked from now on and will be trying to catch one on camera  Smiley
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