|426 forum posts|
I was outside having a fag , and a string of satellites went over ,about 18.30 tonight .. one after the other , for around 10 minutes . Not as bright as the space station , but easily visible . Not seen them before , what are they for then ?
|Martin Connelly||29/12/2019 19:43:51|
1014 forum posts
I saw a recent news report about mini internet satellites causing problems for astronomers as they caused streaks of light across the sky.
|1369 forum posts|
Maybe a long shot how about this I saw on the news?
link to item on BBC here:-
Martin obviously can type faster than me!
Edited By V8Eng on 29/12/2019 19:48:30
|426 forum posts|
Ah, that'll be them that I saw ..I hadn't seen that report .
|621 forum posts|
Took me back to standing in the garden with my dad waiting for Sputnik to appear.
That was a few years ago.
We saw it too!
|Michael Gilligan||29/12/2019 20:51:51|
14990 forum posts
Copied from my post in November, on another thread:
I’ve just downloaded this from the iOS AppStore: **LINK**
It’s free, and appears to do what it should.
|Paul Lousick||29/12/2019 21:11:43|
|1318 forum posts|
I have been watching old episodes of the X-Files. Mulder would know what the un-identified objects in the sky are.
|Neil Wyatt||30/12/2019 12:32:39|
17344 forum posts
What are they?
A pain in the proverbial...
|Mike Poole||30/12/2019 12:48:07|
2435 forum posts
Might have been Santa he’s quite busy round this time of year
|874 forum posts|
Four Horseman of the Apocalypse?
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