Originally posted by Human_Alien
Every single night for the past two weeks---- I keep seeing these star-sized points of light darting around in space. From my prospective (Earth!)
they appear to be extremely high up surpassing any normal plane altitude and certainly higher than 40,000.
What the hell is going on?
They appear at various times throughout the night sky too. I just now saw one. Yesterday's was around midnight.
I refuse to believe they're satellites. First because they're lit up and second, they're all over the place in their trajectory. They are literally
I saw a red/orange triangle UFO last week gliding right above my house... which had me awestruck but these star-sized objects are mysteriously amazing
Is this something new or am I just noticing them more?
It's almost like a given that if I go outside and spend 10 minutes looking up, I'll see one of these objects.
Is anyone else from Palm Beach county or anywhere in south Florida witnessing this too?
I have watched these for many, many years. There is now a group of us (family and friends) who watch them. You typically will not see them every
night, sometimes not for several nights and, then, sometimes every night for several nights. The most I've seen at one time is 9. On several
occasions, I've seen 8 or 9 during the course of a night but only on that once
did I see 9 at one time; the other most I've seen up there at
one time is 5. On the occasion that there were 9 at once, I was on the phone with a couple of friends who live about 300+ miles west of me and they
could see them, too; the star dots were going in every direction, making u-turns, stopping and starting. It was as though it were an air show, but
way out in space.
The group of us who watch them call them "star dots" just as a way to identify what we're talking about. They cannot be satellites because we've
all observed them doing the very un-satellite behaviors I just described. We're in Texas and I've called my son in NY, a friend in NM, a friend 80
miles east of me, the friends 300 miles west of me, my family in north central AR and my husband's family 450 miles NW of us on a few occasions (or
they've called me) and we can all see it/them (provided it's fully dark for all of us, of course, given the time zone differences). If we can all
see them from those various locations, then they are definitely not inside our atmosphere.
Even my nearly 70 y/o father-in-law has become a believer and, though he is
from Missouri, we're fairly sure the "show me" slogan for
that state originated with him. He doesn't believe anything he can't touch or see with his own eyes.
Though they most typically appear to be white, we've seen them change from white to red, orange and, once, blue; we've seen them blink on and off;
alternately brighten and dim; slow down to barely moving and then speed up and be gone in less than a second, etc. On one occasion, my husband and I
observed one elongate, bend into a "U" shape, turn red and shoot off so fast that it was actually hard to follow it.
We've watched them "park" and just sit there.
For those who do not believe they are there, in order to see them you will have to devote some time to actually going out into the dark and watching
the skies for a good while on a very regular basis. Those who live in highly populated areas with a lot of light pollution are not likely to see them
at all. The best nights are the moonless, clear ones, of course.
Other than the 9 at once, the strangest incident was one that was unquestionably within our atmosphere. My husband and i were watching it as it was
directly over our back yard. It just "stood" there. Through the binocs, it looked like just a larger ball of light - no discernible shape, no
"flying saucer" type thing; just that ball of light but BIG. Then my husband noticed 2 other objects that turned out to be helicopters flying
almost side-by-side. The copters turned and came toward the ball of light and, as they approached, it shot straight up faster than can be described
until it was out of sight.
Like you, when I first noticed them, I thought they had to be satellites. But I know of no satellite that does what they do. I found a site that
will tell you if a satellite (or the space shuttle) is in your area or what time one will be visible to you, so you can check for yourself to see if
that's what you're seeing. I started religiously checking that site when I saw one, but it never coincided with anything scheduled to be in our
viewing area. It takes a satellite a minute or more to fully cross the sky. These star dots can stay in one spot for who knows how long .... or they
can be gone in a second or less.
Don't listen to the skeptics. The star dots are there. I don't know what
they are, but I do know THAT
Keep looking up. There are amazing things going on if you just watch!