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Originally posted by ShadowLink
Much like you I too have been scouring the skies over the years to no avail.
Almost every night I take a quick look outside. If it's nice out and clear I will stay out for up to an hour, sometimes more sometimes less, all depends how I feel and what I'm doing.
There's no pattern to my outings either, since I have been to hundreds of places between Manitoba and Alberta I have gone out to scan the skies in lots of different locations and times.
Also, since I got my new telescope I have been out allot more lately watching the stars and planets. Every once in a while I'll take a break from the telescope to have a smoke and just watch for meteors and satellites.
To this day the nearest thing to a sighting I've had was 3 objects that if seen by themselves I would have said were satellites due to their size, speed, direction, and brightness but were flying together and weaving around each other as they sped across the sky.
I know they were not planes or satellites but what they were I cannot say.
Alas, I will continue to watch the skies till I can no longer look up because it's something I have fallen in love with.
Not just the search for UFOs, but the sky and heavens themselves are a wonder to behold.
It gives opportunity for inner reflection and thought about life and the universe. For me anyway.
This is the longest post I have written on ATS so I will end it hear and maybe contribute more later. Thanks for bringing up the memories!
P.S If you never look up you will never see anything. Keep your eye on the sky!