Satallite Entering Atmosphere?
Taken by Ron Sappington on July 27, 2016 @ Santa Clara, Utah
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  Camera Used: samsung SM-G920V
Exposure Time: 1/7
Aperture: f/1.9
ISO: 1000
Date Taken: 2016:07:27 22:38:23
 
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Looking north going West to East saw this coming down at 10:27 MDT
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Yes, it is.
Posted by pipones 2016-07-28 06:24:00
lucky you! very few people will ever get to see this. Its a Chinese CZ-7 rocket body, which reentered about 12 hrs earlier than predicted. http://www.aerospace.org/cords/reentry-predictions/upcoming-reentries-2-2/2016-042e/
Posted by roywspencer 2016-07-28 07:51:47
Hum? Wonder where it landed?
Posted by Momofcracker 2016-07-28 13:42:24
PattiD01- 100% of all professional images are photoshopped or processed to some extent. Most digital cameras nowadays have automatic photoshopping ability built in for basic image enhancement such as contrast, luminance and brightness. This is how you/they remove noise images.
Posted by amplelight 2016-07-28 10:44:44
Chinese rocket reentry/breakup most likely.
Posted by TonyLazz 2016-07-30 00:35:37
58 thumbs up
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