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Enroute KSFO-KORD at 2110Z near Sidney (Nebraska) and I see the rising moon:

 

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Anyone seen shooting stars? i seen one crossing the Bay of Biscay heading back to EGPH last night :)

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Not sure I understand the purpose of this post.  It looks like a typical screenshot, so why not post it in the screenshots forum?  Just say'n.

 

-Jim

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Anyone seen shooting stars? i seen one crossing the Bay of Biscay heading back to EGPH last night :)

I remember seeing them back in FS2002/FS2004 last time. Maybe I should put my FSX "scenery effects" slider a bit higher...

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Cause... it's a 737?!?

And that makes it an exception to the rule. Give me a break, please.

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Anyone seen shooting stars? i seen one crossing the Bay of Biscay heading back to EGPH last night :)

 

I saw one today just before descent into Honolulu as ANZ10

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I've seen shooting stars and the aurora borealis in the sim before. Never get tired of flying (just tired of fixing vas and oom and cannot afford upgrading to p3d!) - David Lee

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Dan - That's a great shot.  Do you mind if I use it as part of a forum signature banner?

 

Thanks,

John Dixon

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Anyone seen shooting stars? i seen one crossing the Bay of Biscay heading back to EGPH last night :)

I've seen one maybe 2-3 times in FSX. I saw a real good one a couple of years ago. I was flying almost due north,

I think over north Texas, or maybe southern Oklahoma. Was a long one that streaked across I think from west to east

if I remember right. It was up near the top of the glass below where the combiner is, so pretty much right in my view.

The others were so quick as to mostly see them out of the corner of my eyeballs.. I've seen the aurora at least once.

Not sure what triggers that in FSX.. IE: I don't think real weather includes solar flare and storm data..   :Shame On You:

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