|Occurred : 9/26/2008 21:30 (Entered as : 09/26/08 21:30)
Reported: 9/27/2008 12:49:31 PM 12:49
Location: Morde, Surrey (UK/England),
|Morden sighting 26/09/08
So sorry I should have submitted this on my previous report from today as an asdie.
Last night [26/09/08] at approx 9.30pm below the constellation I know as the 'frying pan/saucepan,' i was watching an aircraft taking off fromt Gatwick Airport. As I do if i'm out there.
Just below the constelattion was a small star, same size as the others and same colour as the rest of the stars but it was moving very very slowly.
It may well have been a satellite or the space station but after witnessing both of these on many occasions I found it a little odd that it was so distant and so slow. I find satellites tend to leave a trail as a shooting star should and are fast and the space station when we see it is very bright. first time we saw the space station i thought it was some kind of spy plane.