posted on Jan, 7 2008 @ 01:40 PM
I just wanted to also say that I don't know what I was watching last night, I am by no means educated enough on this subject to say "yep that's a
UFO" bu I know what I saw was significant none the less. As far as I know, stars do not have red flashes and they don't move they might get brighter
and dimmer but as far as I know not in a 15 minute time span. And do they just go away? After 15 minutes it just disappeared, not like blink and it
was gone but just gradually disappeared.
I live in a more rural than not area, no bright city lights around so star gazing is clear and solid. I am amazed at times when we are stargazing,
amazed at the beauty and how crystal clear the sky is.
Northeast Ga., looking North from my backyard, we live on a hill (one of the highest points in our town) and there is only pasture behind us, the
"star" was not directly over head it was a little above our tree line (oak trees) , it was 2AM EST and it was gone around 15 minutes later give or
take a few minutes. It was moving, moving enough that I would have to move to keep it in visible sight, it would move enough that the tree's would
block it and I would move to see it again and then it would move again above the tree line. Like I said I really feel that this object was outside of
our atmosphere and if thats the case this thing is HUGE.
This is not the first time I have seen something like this out here but it was the most significant. About 2 months ago or so my son and I were out
star gazing and looking at comet holmes, my son asked me what how a star could move, I told him they didnt he said they did, look mom and there was
this star that was moving/gliding going extremely fast and then it just disappeared. It wasnt a shooting star/meteor, it went parallel, it glided, It
was NOT a regular event could be easily explained but not by the standard explanations. I think it is why I am not as freaked out about last nights
sighting as my husband is.