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Ajax ON    May 6th 10:10pm

Solid like a star, no blinking lights, no sound at all. Shooting star?????........NO WAY!

It was like the brightest star we see everynight, but it moved slow like a com jet with no blinking lights.

I can only guess it was about 20,000 feet above and then like a dimmer light it just faded and vanished.

Just so you know,the skys are very clear tonight.


((NUFORC Note: Possibly a sighting of the International Space Station. Please see data at Heavens-Above website.

Data for overflights of ISS near Ajax are shown below:

04 May 1.1 22:49:37 10 WNW 22:51:10 26 W 22:51:10 26 W
05 May -0.6 21:38:13 10 NW 21:41:04 58 NNE 21:42:31 25 E
06 May -0.3 22:02:00 10 WNW 22:04:49 46 SW 22:05:17 40 S
07 May -0.5 20:50:31 10 NW 20:53:18 59 NNE 20:56:12 10 ESE
07 May 1.5 22:26:25 10 W 22:28:04 15 SW 22:28:04 15 SW
08 May -0.1 21:14:13 10 WNW 21:16:55 45 SW 21:19:26 12

http://www.heavens-above.com/passsummary.asp?lat=43.850&lng=-79.017&alt=90&lo c=Ajax&TZ=EST&satid=25544&Date=38836.6666666667&Mag=

We suspect the witness observed an overflight of the ISS. PD))

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