Re: Missile/Rocket seen from near Dayton Nevada.

From: KD7JYK DM09 via Seesat-l <seesat-l_at_satobs.org>
Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2018 23:41:52 -0800
Another thing my daughter and I got to thinking about this afternoon is 
that this rocket/missile was dropping boosters, or stages over 
land/inhabited areas, which I don't think would be the norm.

No information on any lists/groups, nothing in the news or various 
online schedules.

Anyone at all have any ideas?

Kurt


On 1/1/2018 17:42, KD7JYK DM09 via Seesat-l wrote:
> January 1st, 2018, 1701h, Pacific time.
>
> My girl was out running this evening and came in very excited to let 
> me know about the Super-Moon coming over the horizon.  As we watched 
> it, I looked overhead to see a brilliant blue/white light, similar in 
> color to the new LED motorcycle headlamps, and very large in size.  We 
> initially thought it was a planet, then realized it was moving.  Then 
> I thought it may be a project similar to the google balloon.  I ran 
> into the house to get binoculars and a camera and when I came out, the 
> previously round spot of light was now a fat arc, similar in the 
> appearance of seeing an umbrella from the side. We watched as it 
> became a long brilliant line, like a vapor trail, then separated into 
> two brilliant points of blue-white light with the trail between them. 
> We watched for another ten seconds or so as the points of light and 
> trail diminished, then suddenly went out entirely, as though turning 
> off a light.  From Dayton, Nevada, the vehicle was almost directly 
> overhead, perhaps slightly east, direction was very much North-West.
>
> Nothing seen or heard on the groups/lists/schedules.
>
> Ideas?
>
> Kurt
>
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