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Re: I Saw Something Tonight That Just Isn't Right

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Posted by Kip Crawford on December 28, 1999 03:54:09 UTC

Actually there are things that "pulse" in the night sky. Some meteors will skip on the atmosphere causing flare ups before entering and burning up. The other, satillites. Certain satilittes (forgive the spelling) at extreme altitude (20,000 miles) will hit the glare of sunlight during night time, which in turn reflects sunlight unto the dark side of the Earth. There have been double satallites that seem to travel in parallel courses. This is actually quite common. Check out websites that track satalittes.

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