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on 16/04/2021 10:51am
16/4/21 bright flash across sky at around 7.30pm in Abbotsford Dunedin.
on 15/04/2021 7:57am
Big bright flash in the sky just northbound of Foxton around 7.40pm 15/4/21
on 14/04/2021 3:03pm
We saw a comet around 2:45AM today at Auckland from Forrest Hill Top. It was massive with huge tail and round end – bright blue yellowish.
on 14/04/2021 6:38am
At about 5.40am 14th April I saw in the northwest a string of lights, like stars, moving in a straight line from west to east. Never seen anything like it before. Tried to take a photo but the flash was on and I couldn’t turn it off, no glasses you see. Probably at about 70 degrees from the horizontal. Viewed from Ruataungata west in Whangarei
on 16/04/2021 7:44pm
really you still haven’t heard of starlink
on 14/04/2021 5:27am
today 0500 hours a bright white travelling fast east to west, havelock north
on 13/04/2021 9:36pm
On a clear night, last night 13/04/21, and a few days earlier, at around 7.30 – 9pm, red very fast moving lights racing across the sky, way high, moving in different directions, and sometimes appear to be stationery.
on 13/04/2021 9:04am
I have seen a row of many many stars today at 5.42 moving across the sky in South to north direction .watched them at least 2min with out moving my head. That many stars crossed