posted on Aug, 31 2012 @ 06:04 PM
Thanks again for all the replies, and general interest in my thread. Sorry I couldn't reply to everyone last time, but had to go away for a few
days, and I needed to get some sleep - on the plus side I've been getting a lot of practical experience in the field of "sleep deprivation" in the
last few days/week
reply to post by BASSPLYR
It may be that you saw a satellite to begin with, and then when you lost the satellite, a meteor appeared in just the right place/just the right time
to look as if
it was the same object (the satellite) that you saw at first. Or it could be that as you lost the first satellite (it could have
disappeared into Earth's shadow), your eyes simple picked up another satellite overhead... I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "teleported".
It may well be that you saw the same satellite on subsequent nights. That is certainly not uncommon, but many satellites can look superficially
similar, so the only way to tell for sure would be to identify the satellite.
Having a few satellites visible at the same time is also nothing strange. The sky is a very busy place.
If there is a next time, perhaps try to identify the satellite as I suggested in the OP
- as GezinhoKiko said, what you described fits the description of satellites.
- Good post
I think you are right that "Stacked Aircraft" is also responsible for may UFO reports as well.
One thing that should also perhaps be mentioned here, is that "Stacked Aircraft" will only appear this way low down in the sky
higher than 45 degrees altitude) as most commercial aircraft tend to descend gradually.