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DobbyX

Super bright meteor, North Hampshire region

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Saw a meteor stretching about 40 degrees across the sky directly above. Occurred around 2:10-2:11am 06/7/10 and lasted about 2-3 seconds.

Very bright, brighter than Jupiter that just happened to go behind some trees causing me to look around the sky in no apparent direction when It streaked across.

Did anyone else from the North Hampshire/Berkshire region spot this?

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nope, although i did seea brilliant point flash of light high in the east just before midnight.

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Saw a very similar one on Sunday 2am (ish) over Nottinghamshire. Brightest one I've ever seen and it was 2-3 seconds from around 45 degrees up in the South - I swear it landed on East Mids Airport lol

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