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NSW Central Coast, Monday April 3 2006, night

NSW Central Coast, Monday April 3 2006, night

I have noticed on random nights if I look into the sky and stare for a while [at least five minutes] that almost every time I can spot what looks to be single very small stars moving very fast, faster than any plane across the sky, usually in a north west-south west direction. The objects can change their speed randomly but mostly keep to the same speed. I have noticed this on five out of seven nights in a week. The objects appear to be very high and only the smallest dot of light, but the speeds are incredible. There is no way they can be shooting stars. They are dim lights with no tail, mostly travelling in the same direction with variations of speed.

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Central Coast, New South Wales, Australia

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