posted on Aug, 22 2004 @ 07:10 PM
The reason that the tail doesn't show up in the pictures is because of the brightness of the object. It's the same effect you get with too much
I remember sitting on a hill with my best friend, about 6 or 7 years ago, when we both watched a bright ball cruising across the sky. It wasn't a
plane (I watch planes take off all the time because the Air National Guard and the Airport share the same land and runways). The ball was also moving
entirely too fast to be a satellite... I've watched them, too. The ball was, as best as I can describe, about 1/3 the size of the moon at it's
highest point, about the same color as the moon when it's sitting right on the horizon and full (that nice orange color), and did not have any tail,
so it appeared to not be something burning up in the atmosphere.
We watched this ball cruise across the sky for about 5 minutes. Neither of us said anything at first until I asked "M" if he was watching that. He
said he thought he was just seeing things (we were stoned I believe). Crazy stuff.
Maybe this one was a UFO that had been shot by a laser weapon and was crashing? lol... it's ATS, I couldn't resist!