posted on Aug, 30 2005 @ 04:03 PM
Its not that often that I get to spot something I cannot identify. Remember that im usually very skeptical of these things.
Ill try explain this as best as I can.
Last night (Aug. 30. 2005) at around 3 a.m. I was awoken by some cats fighting outside. I went outside to check on my pets and I noticed how amazingly
clear a night it was.
I spent a few minutes just gazing around, just looking at the stars in general.
What I saw next is the strange part.
Looking east, slightly north, at about 75? degrees I saw the most amazing sight. At first I thought my eyes were playing tricks on me. What I saw
looked like a micro sized northern lights type event.
I really really cant explain it. It was a pale blue, and it would pulsate at nearly regular intervals of around 5 seconds. The light would fade to
nothing, then gradually gain light again. It was quite large, and could easily be seen. I would judge it by say, comparing it to holding a penny up
against the sky.
The strange part is I could not figure out where it was coming from. There seemed to be two star sized objects located in the objects glow, so as you
can guess this is far far away. I could not quite tell if the star sized objects were moving, they seemed to move slightly during the course of my
But of all the satellites etc that I have seen, this is nothing like them. I can identify a satellite easily. A sattellite will seem to "shimmer" a
bit when you look at it. This was actually pulsating a VERY noticable light.
I could probably draw it better than I can describe it.
I must have watched the spectacle for some 10 minutes before it stopped.
There were no clouds, so I doubt that clouds were cauysing the light to shine like this.
Its still puzzeling when I think about it. After about 7 minutes of staring at this thing I ran inside to get some binoculars hoping I could maybe
get a better view. By this time the lights were getting dimmer.
I will make a quick photoshop drawing and come back to this thread.