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Re: Unidentified Light In Serpico

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Posted by Kip Crawford on October 2, 1999 00:53:05 UTC

I FOUND IT!! There was a high light (Gamma & X-Ray) burst from a star that went from mag 6 to mag -0.6! It was recorded in Austrialia. It was 15,000 light years into the Milky Way in Southern Sagittarius. It happened twice. Once in August then on Sep 15. The bursts lasted up to 10 to 20 minutes.

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