posted on Feb, 9 2018 @ 12:19 PM
a reply to: BASSPLYR
Yes fast, but not out of the realm of current possiblity.
When I first noticed it I thought it a meteor, for a couple seconds, but it didnt "trail" like a meteor, it just flickered/pulsated/ scintiliated? for
about 10 seconds before it started to "sputter" and diminish. Three times it appeared to fade out, just as an acetylene flame when it is turned off,
re ignite? then sputter out again. Each time coming back with less intensity, until the last time when the "light" seemed to flicker and go out
leaving three faint blinking marker lights, it was 5 or seconds after this that its noise caught up to me, and it had passed out of sight.
I could hear it for several minutes after it disappeared, and it seemed to have swung around to the west. I dont know if its related but about 5
minutes later F-15's started to take off from the ANG base and head west/sw, three flights in all. They usually only fly out two at a time.
What ever the light is, it envelopes the craft and is not a product of ordinary propulsion, I dont think its related to propulsion at all, unless its
some sort of extra vehicular combustion, ala Pumpkinseed, but this would have been WAY WAY bigger than the demonstrators built in the 80's.