What are the bright lights that travel across the night sky?

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There is no obvious scientific explanation of the bright lights that travel across the night sky, either those seen in Nassau on January the 10th, 1985, or those observed in 1913. It still remains a mystery.
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Early in the evening, right after sunset? Almost certainly the planet Venus. Venus is at its brightest and most spectacular this month. It is the third-brightest light in the sky,
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The streaks of light you see at night bits of dust/rock
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Those sound like either meteors or airplanes. An airplane flying high enough in the sky makes no sound and has no visible silhouette, just the sight of its lights. Meteors are small
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Hello Vicky: Thanks for your questions! At dusk, there is a bright light in the west. I thought it was a planet until it would move. I would see it getting lower and lower or maybe
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