My family and i were out on my deck with my telescope waiting for saturn to rise on the horizon to the ese. we had observed the moon, jupiter, and several stars in the mean time. i was looking through the spotting scope at a faint light to the east that i thought might be saturn and was trying to get the crosshairs on (which turned out to be a star) when suddenly a bright white dot appeared in the spotting scope moving at a high rate of speed. it came across my field of view through the spotting scope from roughly the 2 o'clock position to the 7 o'clock position. surprised by what i had just seen, i looked up from the telescope and asked if anyone else had just seen something odd. my youngest stepdaughter (who is an adult) said that she saw a white blip moving very fast across the sky and she motioned in the same direction that i had see though the spotting scope. she only saw it for a split second as well because of terrain. i don't think that it was a meteor as neither one of us observed any kind of a tail and it didn't appear to flicker. i later checked to see if it might have been the iss, but the iss had passed over our area over 12 hours prior.