I live in Auburn CA. My wife and I have been seeing planes flying in circular formations in the Northwestern sky almost every night from our back
porch... Look on google earth and you'll see Oroville is Northwest of Auburn, about 50 miles or so as the crow flies... well within visibility with
clear skies (60 miles or so). Looking at the video you'll see that they're shooting the "action" in the south just by the setting sun. That would
make it somewhere above Liveoak and Gridley the way I reason... Right about where we've been seeing the planes, almost every night.
What we are seeing when the lights seem to hover in the sky and get bright are actually planes flying towards the camera with their landing lights on.
As they begin a turn they get dimmer, and when the plane is flying relatively perpendicular to the observers they begin to flash. At this point we
are actually seeing their indicator lights, hence why she says they're red...
Alas, they are most likely planes... Again, the same planes that my wife and I have been seeing for several months now. The same group of planes
practicing night maneuvers. Sorry.
BUT, I won''t say that we haven't seen other things in the sky here in Auburn, and not just at night but during the day! Trust me, if/when you see it
for yourself with your own eyes there will be no doubt that what you are seeing is not a conventional aircraft. As for weird lights in the sky, just
a couple of nights ago my wife and I both watched a "star" in the night sky for some time all of a suden flare up extremely bright then dim down and
disappear. It was not an iridium flare as the "star" remained in position for at least a good 2-3 minutes, hence not a satellite. And I haven't even
mentioned the flat black acorn shaped object with lightining randomly flashing over it's surface that both my wife and I saw at different times of the
year fly directly over Auburn last year. There is something going on, but I don't think this video vindicates it.
For those of you in Central Cali did you just see that bright green meteorite streak down out of the sky just now? (19:11 2/20/12). That sucker
was bright and slow. Any meteorite hunters out there go look West/Southwest of Auburn. I'd guess in the 30-50 mile range. Beautiful!
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