Re: Decay observed???

From: tlj18@juno.com
Date: Wed Jun 28 2000 - 13:26:20 PDT

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    > Further to Franz's report of the 22nd June I today received this 
    > enquiry
    > concerning a possible event which took place the following evening 
    > over
    > South east UK.
    > Wonder if anyone can throw any light on it.
    
    This sounds very similar to the observation made by Kevin (I think his
    name is?) in California just last week about seeing something in the sky
    break into seven pieces.
    
    > The examination of "debris" should prove quite interesting !
    
    Indeed!  I see that it is probably not part of any known aircraft.  Could
    it be a meteorite?  If not, then the mind automatically begins to think
    that this could have been alien in origin.
    
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