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Old September 10th 14, 10:05 PM posted to uk.sci.astronomy
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Default Fireball over Somerset

Seen at 2000 this evening, towards the north but travelling east to
west. About magnitude -2, a long trail ending by disintegrating into
several pieces. Rather beautiful.

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