There were no stars in the night sky due to being overcast. That's what brought my attention to it. When I looked at it again it seemed to have a more stable structure. I also am wondering if what I saw was a reflection of the International Space Station? The best look that I got at it with my nocs seemed to have an ISS type of structure from photos I have seen of the ISS. Before that with my first look through the nocs it seemed like a changing honey comb/pentagonal structure. The object was in a stationary position as it changed position in the sky during the earth's rotation. It was brighter than any star I have ever seen. If someone has a way of researching this to see if the ISS would have been in the sky at this position in relation to my location and time of the sighting it could possibly be used to eliminate or prove my sighting as something not of this world. The one thing that I keep going back to in my mind is that it was observable when no stars could be seen due to cloudy overcast.
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