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sighting

[′sīd·iŋ]
(optics)
The act or procedure of aiming with the aid of a sight.
The action of bringing something into view; the action of seeing something.
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New York City's borough of Manhattan experienced the most sightings - racking up 27 since 2016.
Reporting sightings to Sea Watch is a really important way to document them for their research and protection.
No other details were available but Coventry has been a hotbed of potential UFO sightings over the years.
There were 27 sightings of blackthorn flowering before the end of February last year, with 91 sightings up to the same point in the benchmark year of 2001, but this year there were 200 records.
Last year, the wildlife trust received only 19 barn owl sightings.
Alien-spotters have reported 13 sightings of UFOs since 2013.
Among the earlier sightings, a UFO was reported in the Aberdy Estuary by a caller who claimed his car engine stopped when he saw it.
The unit shall be responsible for moon sighting affairs, operation and management of observatory and astrological scopes, preparing astronomy reports, and drafting the Hijri calendar, the official Oman News Agency (ONA) said.
8220;The Like system engages the public and encourages members to provide accurate sighting details and a good photo,” says Wildlife Sightings owner Paul Lindgreen.
And the alert that following Bank Holiday reports of a lion roaming St Osyth, near Clacton, pales against the thick dossier of sightings on our doorstep.
One of the reported sightings happened in Kaikoura coast in 1978.
Solow' s equation expresses the probability of presence (species survival) in relation to the number of time units in which the species was recorded (n) within the period, given that the sightings are equally likely to occur during the whole observation period (T):