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Old 05-18-2009, 08:57 PM
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Default Bright Object in North Sky Monday Night

The bright object that was in the north sky on Monday night was a weather balloon. Started visibility about noon. Nobody is claiming that it is theirs but still pics looks like a weather balloon, seen as far north as Sedona.Yes it was very bright, and only a weather balloon. Launched from New Mexico, landed in Kingman.

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