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Further to the various comments made relating to the Fireball observed by myself and a number of other LAS members on 21 September I came across the following blog providing an interesting analysis by Marco Langbroek. He concludes that it was a genuine meteoric Fireball rather than a satellite debris reentry. His conclusions are based on reported observations of the Fireball detailing elevations with respect to background stars, estimated velocity and visual appearance. His arguments seem valid to me but anyone else got any thoughts?