|Occurred : 2/10/2016 05:20 (Entered as : 02/10/2016 05:20)
Reported: 2/10/2016 6:33:59 AM 06:33
Location: San Ramon, CA
|Point of light with faint, wispy weather-balloon-shaped feature protruding from its side.
It was a point of light travelling slowly westward from about 5 deg west of Polaris, with a faint, comet-like tail protruding sideways toward the north. The end of the tail seemed to end in a roughly spherical cloud. It traveled westward for about 45 seconds where I lost sight of about 15 deg above a relatively brighter horizon. The fuzzy teardrop-shaped feature was large - about three times the diameter of a full moon.
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