posted on Feb, 3 2017 @ 10:35 AM
This one was my sighting. We were running CA58 past Edwards early this morning, about an hour or so before sunrise. As we got to Boron, I noticed a
landing light approaching Edwards.
As it got close to crossing over 58, it turned Southeast, towards where we were at the time. It was too dark to get a good look at the fuselage, but
the lights gave a few things away. From the wingtip lights, it was larger than a fighter, but smaller than a B-2. The top red power light gave
evidence to a fairly distinctive curve to the fuselage. There appeared to be a dim white strobe on top of the fuselage, as well as two brighter
strobes on the wingtips. Interestingly, the red power light on the bottom was offset well over towards the left wing.
It headed in a fairly straight line and after a minute or so I couldn't turn back to look over my shoulder far enough to see it anymore.