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Morpeth 1.10am Sat Morning (14th)

Did anyone else see this? I was just trying to call the cat in and as I was looking up I saw the end of a fireball that looked bright white, very fast but not as instantaneous as a shooting star travelling due north.

I'm assuming it would be slower (just) than a normal shooting star because it is lower and hence why it breaks in to a fireball?

After two weeks of being in London it was nice to come back home to lovely clear skies and this cool event.

Phil

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