posted on Nov, 26 2007 @ 07:04 PM
--Date: 15 February 1950
--Location: Sandia Base, New Mexico
--Number of objects: 1
--Length of Observation: 30 seconds
--Object looked like shooting star, though not as bright. Faint trailing edge. Faded out of sight. Color red and green. Object appeared to be
--Listed in "Report of Investigation" as "Unconventional Aircraft", though, official determination was object was a meteor.
--Attention of witness was gained as a result of a "flash from Northwest"
--We get a liste of the witness' hobbies which include; Golf, horseback riding, shuffle board and swimming.
After reading this, I think it would be fairly safe to assume this was a meteor or "falling star".
Sounds like many that I have seen during a meteor shower.
Though, I do find it interesting that this was even reported. I have to wonder what exactly the witness thought the object was.