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Date: 1902
Location: Devon, England
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Summary: A Colonel Marwick reported a sighting of numerous ‘highly colored objects like little suns or toy balloons.
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Date: 1902
Location: Boschof, Oranjevrystaat, South Africa
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Summary: South Africa: Unusual sky booms heard over Boschof, Oranjevrystaat, South Africa.
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Date: February 9 1902
Location: Paris, France
Time: 19:40
Summary: At 7:40 p.m. a ‘meteor’ turned, looped, and curved for 12 seconds over Paris, France . Its tail lasted 90 seconds.
Source: Hill, H. Edward Catalog Through 1950


Date: September 2 1902
Location: Lowestoft, England
Time: 07:00
Summary: A daylight disc was observed by a female witness.
Source: Hatch, Larry


Date: October 28, 1902
Location: Gulf of Guinea
Time: 0305
Summary: Three persons aboard the “Fort Salisbury,” including Second Officer A. H. Raymer, saw a huge, dark object bearing lights in the sea ahead. It was observed sinking slowly. Estimated length: 200 m.
Source: Fort 641; Anatomy 20


Date: November 13 1902
Location: Sydney, Harris Park, New South Wales, Australia
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Summary: Physiological effects were reported. One object was observed in stormy weather by one experienced male witness in a yard (Bruggmann).
Source: ACUFOS


Date: November 20 1902
Location: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
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Summary: Brilliant globular light, appeared to SSE at 45 degrees elevation, covered 20 degrees of arc in four minutes. Took elliptical form when overhead, with axis in direction of motion. An unidentified object was sighted, but with appearance and behavior that most likely would have a conventional explanation. One elliptical was observed by two experienced male witnesses at an observatory for over four minutes (Griffiths).
Source: CUFOS


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