UFO Sighting

Sighting Basics

Case Number 43991
Log Number US-11182012-0001
Date Submitted 11/18/2012 12:27 UTC
Date of the Event 11/17/2012 08:30 UTC
Source MUFON
Disposition Unresolved
Summary red-yellow fuzzy light, not blinking, below clouds moving in slow meandering pattern, sometime stationary, watched for about 5 minutes then it faded out once over Sky Harbor Airport
Tags lights

Sighting Location

City Undisclosed
Region Arizona
Country United States
Latitude 34.056368
Longitude -111.085701
The latitude and longitude presented here is an approximation to protect the reporters identity

Sighting Specifics

Viewing Distance Unknown
Sighting Duration 00:05:00
Object Features None
Object Flight Path Path with directional change,Path then hovering
Object Shape Sphere
Weather Factors Unknown

Sighting Details

I was in my backyard facing northeast watching the sky for anything of interest. I had just watched two meteors and was hoping for more when my wife spotted a soft red/yellow light headed south under high clouds. We first thought it was a helicopter because it was moving slowly and low in the sky. As we watched we noticed there were no flashing lights at all, just a fuzzy light changing from red to yellow to orange and back to red, but not in any set order. What stuck us was that it was below the cloud line ruling out a satelite. As we watched for four to five minutes we watched the light move out from under the high clouds and out into the open sky when it just disappeared. By that time I grabbed my binoculars and scanned the region of sky where it disappeared I couldn't see anything except for the stars in the background. Additionally, the area it disappeared in was an area of the sky just near and approaching Sky Harbor International Airport. Never once was there any noticeable structure or blinking lights suggesting an airplane and it moved very slowly standing still from time to time. After it disappeared we both said, now there's one for the records. It was definitely unusual. We watch the sky often.


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