|Occurred : 12/13/2000 20:00 (Entered as : 12/13/00 20:00)
Reported: 1/3/2001 21:13
Location: Harwich (UK/England),
|Bright horizontal light
May be interesting. There seems to be increased activity around the harwich area essex england. Here is the email we recieved. So these are the details. We were lucky as Sharon keeps a diary so we looked it up to get the date right. Was 13th December about 8pm ish looked up to see a streak of what looked like greeny-blue fire going horizontal across the sky. Looked very close and very fast. Lasted longer and much bigger than your average shooting star. It was one of the really windy nights and first considered a flare from lifeboat or ship being blown off course, but was going way too fast and too horizontal for that no matter how strong the wind was. At the time I thought it was maybe a meteorite pretty close. Was quite something though, never seen the like of it. Only other thing i just thought was - when did the fire on the Mia Space Station start???? Could it have been that ? I think considering the height above the earth of Mia, was too fast. I did see the Mia docked with the shuttle a few years ago and that looked much slower.