March 6, 2008  1116 UT

Observer's Comments:  Unidentified flash.  Snow and cloud all night. This flash may have been a bright meteor
shining through a thin section of cloud or a possible satellite flash.  No radio scatter connected with the flash.
Still to be identified.

Movies :
Movie 1, Sandia National Laboratory Sentinel camera capture, without sound:      762 KB  6 seconds

Radio spectrograph below shows no prominent forward scatter reflection during the 1116 UT minute, only small space dust particles.
This makes me think the flash may be satellite related.

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