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At about 11:15 p.m. Wednesday, Charles Marcum and his girlfriend were on the balcony of their condominium in Pasadena when they saw a round, fiery object traveling slowly across the sky.
"She turned the same time I did and I said, 'What the heck is that?'" Marcum said. "It looked like a fireball."
Marcum scurried to the bedroom to get a camcorder and started taping the object. It traversed the horizon in a direction that appeared to be north to south, and was at the point of disappearing when another one appeared from the north, Marcum said.
As he did the first, Marcum followed the object with his electronic eye, and was about to turn the machine off when it, too, was about to vanish. Then a third one appeared, he said.
"I noticed something strange," Marcum said. "They were all spaced at about the same space between each other, at the same altitude, and were traveling at the same trajectory and speed."
Originally posted by Leto
At first glance I thought it was a simple meteor, but then it seemed to be making movements that do not appear natural. Then the much closer and brighter object appeared and I was like 'woah'.