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Over One Mile
Object Flight Path
In suburban darkened 6 block area, clear night sky, major typical star objects were very visible overhead. About 12:18am, a very thin (about average small star width against sky), white bluish very straight light streak traveled high speed about 3-6 degrees across sky 90 degrees straight up over head and went out in a small flash. Very high in altitude. Very, very mechanical in shape and action. The light streak was very mechanically straight. Not natural in appearance. No light brightness gradations, no wavey or curved action, no particles falling away, no trails left. Very blunt, straight, very mechanical streak of light that ended in flash of light of same color then disappeared. Very different from, fireball, meteor, shooting star which have gradations of brightness & direction and speed. This was very mechanically produced. Frightening to watch because of it's untaural-none fireball or meteor appearance.
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