Last night, Tue, Aug 27th, Seeing conditions were very good. Sometime between 9:45-10:45pm CSDST, I was looking at the Andromeda Galaxy, M31. My scope is a small aperture 76mm so I can not resolve individual stars, it's just a bright fuzzy. All of a sudden I saw a flash, which lasted for about second. Then it was gone. I was looking directly at it. I'm certain it wasn't a plane, space junk, satellite or meteor, as I've seen all those through the eyepiece. Meteors have a trail and you can see the outline of junk and satellites and their flash is usually very bright. Of coarse it could have been a nut or bolt or some other small piece of junk floating around up there and reflected some light. Just wondering if anybody else saw it too?
Edited by SECTOR 001, 28 August 2019 - 01:16 PM.