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    Default Did anyone see an object from space fall from the sky today??

    Wah damn shiok ah..

    today whilst jogging saw comet.. did anyone see it??? it could be seen from the eastern side of singapore... (saw @ pasir ris park)

    looks as if a comet or object from space came burning down to earth.. it was all orange and left its smoke tail in the sky..

    it was beautiful.. wish i had a DC with 10X zoom..

    anywayz.. i think this week is gonna be a lucky week for me.!

    did anyone see it?!?!?!

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    Er.... China's Shenzhou return capsule? Hmmmm... I thought the first one was returned last week... There was a second one on board so......

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    heheh.. kewll..i saw a capsule !! hope it made it back home safely

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    hahhaha... just guess one lah... It could very well be a meteorite....

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    Sounds like what you saw was a fireball.

    They are very impressive and not often seen in daytime.
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    I thought fireballs are those that explodes and fragmentates?

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    no wonder today i saw lot of planes and helicopters flying across sky.

    but can't see if it is AH-64.

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    RUN RUN!! ALIENS ARE COMING!!

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    Originally posted by Flare
    I thought fireballs are those that explodes and fragmentates?
    Not always
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    Originally posted by eadwine
    RUN RUN!! ALIENS ARE COMING!!
    quick get your camera and 'shoot' at them
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    Superman..in his early stages..

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    wish i can get to see fireballs... i've only seen the fainter meteors.... from the Leonids meteor Shower....

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    Originally posted by siron
    Superman..in his early stages..
    o ya hor! a new hero in town!

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    Anyone know where can read tat news report bout some ufo reported seen over jurong? Not sure if its this year or last year...it came on the news on tv as well if im not wrong.
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    it is the surveillance plane :






    All pictures taken from CNN.com

    You don't need pilot with these kind of plane. They are remote control.

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    Originally posted by ninelives
    You don't need pilot with these kind of plane. They are remote control.
    wah...very hi-tech...wasn't aware of this

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    UAV..

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    Er.... Hey could that "Meteorite" be that NASA satellite HETI which plunged into the atmosphere? The time was 10.55p.m. April 6 Eastern standard time... which will make it 7 April 6.55am, Sunday in Singapore....

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    Originally posted by Flare
    Er.... Hey could that "Meteorite" be that NASA satellite HETI which plunged into the atmosphere? The time was 10.55p.m. April 6 Eastern standard time... which will make it 7 April 6.55am, Sunday in Singapore....
    there you have it..

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    Timing correct ah?

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