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For example in 634 A.D. "a long star seen in the south... which the people called a besom-star", and in 637 A.D. there was reported that a large "star" was floating from East to West causing a thunder-like noise.
|There were many sightings in Britain and Japan during the seventh century.|
The ancient "Chronicles of Japan" known as "The Nihongi" or Nihonshoki (Chronicles of Japan), are the earliest and most important sources of useful information about ancient Japan from the Earliest Times to A.D. 697.
In the Book Two of the Nihongi there are mentioned strange objects different from the sky patterns usually observed.