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Posted by KYLE BOALDIN on November 21, 2003 13:39:49 UTC

Hello All,

While driving down a desolate Oklahoma road early Wednesday morning (0530,11-20-03), I was watching the stars. I was looking up at 2 stars in the northern sky ,low on the horizon. Suddenly the star on the left seemed to grow brighter and larger. It grew to roughly 5 times the size it had been and then suddenly went dark. This all took place in the span of a minute. Any ideas?

Thanks,
kwhitneyb

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