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Anyone see a white light 3 nights ago, around CT?

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posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 11:27 AM
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Hi all, Im jason, i am 33, and live in stamford, CT. About 3 or 4 nights ago, i was outside on patio, around 1 30 am, smoking a ciggarette... i was looking north, looking at the stars (im an amateur astronomer, have been very into astronomy since i was 11). I saw a star moving across the sky.. now, It looked exactly like a star, cream-off white color, but at atmospheric level. Their was NO noise at all, i would have DEF heard some kinda noise. I cannot put an altitude on it, but it was relatively low. It appered to b about the same height, as a piston engine airplane would fly, near its highest elevaton. It moved rather quick, ide say about a little faster than a low levl boeing.. poin is is was DEF to fast, to be an airplane.
I had a pair of binoculars, 4 x 30's, and loked at it... it moved nroth to east, then headed northeast, and i watched it go in a stright line. Just as it went northeast, theirs no way an airplane could have veered that fast or precise. It faded into the humid night sky. I was wondering if ayone around CT, or anywhere else perhaps saw this light?
I firmly belive, in all my astronomical and little airplane knowledge, this was NOT an airplane, so wanted to alert others and see if anyone else saw it.




posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 11:30 AM
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for the record also..it had NO blue, or rd, or yellow lights, it looked exactly like a star moving, its like one of the weirdest things i ever saw. I know this was not an satellite...satellites ca only really bee seen in big binoculars at minimum, as tiny tinty white dot moving across the background,, really fast. seen plenty of them in my telescope as well. This was jsut like a star, with zero noise, at mid to near low atmospheric level.
IS their a place i can report this?



 
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