posted on Mar, 9 2007 @ 12:01 AM
Well as I mentioned in an earlier post of another topic, I continue to see this brighter light in the northwestern skies here around the same time
every night! A couple of notes I have to add if anyone can answer as to why this educated series of guesses would be wrong, please, your opinion and
views are welcome!
I even now a little can imagine what this is other than "unworldly".
Part of me still thinks of how embarressing if it's just a star! A bright one! Venus or a Satellite. Now....after much consideration, i'm thinking
this may not be so unworthy of investigation.
-A star, while not in every case, usually can be seen from all angles all over. After all, they are in space! This thing is hidden from certain angles
behind trees, buildings ect... you cannot see from anywhere.
-A star moves, if just ever so slowly. It also is much smaller, even the brighter ones. I did see it move some behind trees late last week but only
that time. Otherwise this thing is stationary!
-If a star moved, after an hrand a half or so, where did it move to? Is it finding overcast in otherwise very clear skies recently!? Every night???
I do not know what this is, apparently either noone in here is in the area or just do not see from there perspective. I am not yet ready to call it
an alien spacecraft but, i'm wondering more every night I see it! Of course one could say, Every night?, must be a star or satellite.
At any rate, I have managed to get a few cell pics and a video that show the size in comparison to the size of a street light in the distance, maybe
one of our highly capable folks can break it down. I'll have that up in a few days as I still need to pay the twelve measly bucks for the cable to
transfer the data!!
Until then don't expect great pics, they ARE after all cell pics. Hey.....i'm trying.