Sunday, March 16 at 5:15 to 5:22 p.m. Saratoga, California.
I was looking at the moon in the daylight and noticed a very small object passing infront of it. The object had to be at the outer boundries of our
atmosphere, a grain of sand held at arms length could have blocked out the object. The object was an orange-red color, going south very slowly
compared to a satellite. I checked out Heavens Above to see if anything was passing in that location at that time and there wasn't anything.
It was nice and sunny out with a few clouds, not near the object, though. I would say it would travel an inch from the moon within 10 seconds, i'm
not sure, I am sure that it was much slower than a satellite. Like I said, it seemed as if it were in the most outer part of our atmosphere or maybe
it was a very large object closer to the moon, it's hard to say.
You couldn't have noticed it unless you were looking at the moon and just happen to see this very tiny (or large, depending on how far it is) object
pass infront of it. It lasted about 7 minutes, could have lasted longer, but I had to take my eyes off of it because I was trying to show my dad. I
lost site of it, it was very small.
I tried to post this on the MUFON site, but after I pressed submit, it asked me if I would like to help them out by adding more info, I pressed yes.
Then I had seen all this stuff I didn't want to fill out and pressed the back button. I tried to press submit again and it said that I needed to
select a county, but the county selection list wasn't working, though it was before.
This sighting was nothing compared to the one my family had witnessed back in 2001. We were followed by a craft (look at my avatar) during a car ride
for about 45 minutes. Several things happend during that time duration. I tried to post my story on ATS a while back, but never finished it; it just
takes too much out of me.
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