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|Viewing Distance||501 Feet - 1 Mile, Unknown|
|Object Flight Path||Straight-line path|
|Object Shape||Fireball, Teardrop, Triangle|
Sat night 6/8/13 about 10pm CST here is break down - bright, yellow-orange, almost like a meteor but not, they were too slow and too precise in their flight pattern, one behind the other, very precise path across the sky. I saw two groupings of 4, then followed by 2 grps of 3 (what i remember), then a couple grps of 2 or 1 object, until the very last one passed overhead. spacing between objects about 200feet give or take 20ft. 1st grp was fairly evenly spaced as all 4 flew pass, 2nd grp alittle tighter spacing but it's 4th-last object was going faster and further back, so it was going faster to catch up in its grp, these groups and objects gave no noise to my ears (none) it was very quiet night. They all seemed no higher in night sky then what a small plane or hellicopter might do to fly over. i say there was 10 seconds give or take a second, between the 1st grp and 2nd grp, same for 3rd and 4th groups, then it was more like one object at a time, about same 10 second spacing before i would see the next one appear...until the last object appeared, flew by into the NW sky above the house tops. All told, i say 20 or 22 of these objects things flew by over head. Darnest thing i ever seen, especially no sound, none!!! These were not metors, way too slow, i say going about speed of small engine plane or helicopter...took about 8-10 seconds for each object to fly by, that is slow. But the lights were not headlights, no blinking, the shiny bright light encompassed the whole object, teardrop shape with front part more wider then the tail, i am curious if anyone else reported a similar sighting, or got a video of it( i wish i had ). I did try to vocus on them using binoculars, but my binocs are not strong, objects were just a blurring of bright light...
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