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About Jake35

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  1. 2 of the past 3 weekends, once in New Hampshire and the other in Vermont, I have watched what I first thought to be a normal satellite crossing the sky, but this one is different than anything I have seen before. It moves at close to the same speed as an average satellite, maybe slightly faster, but every 5-8 seconds or so, it was giving off an intense burst of yellowish light that looked similar to a camera flash. The brightness was varying, some flashes were about the same as seeing a planet, while other flashes were extremely bright, the light would still be "burned into your vision" for a few seconds after it went away. I assume it was some kind of satellite but like I said I have never seen anything like it and was just curious if anybody had a more specific answer for me?
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