|Occurred : 3/28/2019 06:13 (Entered as : 03/28/2019 06:13)
Reported: 3/28/2019 1:39:33 PM 13:39
Location: Cornish, NH
|A very bright white light traveling eat to west.
A very bright white light traveling roughly east to west. No trail noted.
I did not hear a any sound over the radio in my vehicle.
((ADDENDUM FROM WITNESS))
It seemed to be a bit larger than the stars I can view from home, definitely not as large as the moon. I was driving my pick up truck, I would estimate about a 20-30 degree arc. Mount Ascutney peak would be at roughly 45 degrees or less.
At this time of day the sky is getting bright enough to obscure most of the fainter stars. I have observed the ISS in full dark. This was moving much faster than that.
This was about 1/2 mile north of the Cornish/ Windsor covered bridge on route 12A. On the New Hampshire side of the CT river.
I will attempt to snap a photo in the morning of my view in that area.