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I was talking on the telephone looking at the ocean. What made me first take notice was the brightness of the fireball and the pulsation of the light. Note: The 2 fireballs were sighted in positions the sky where no stars are noted in a standard celestial constellation map. I have lived on the East Coast of North Carolina for 5 years and I have never seen any stars located in this area of the sky.
The objects were located in the East in the 2 o���clock position just above the ocean. The lights were colored a reddish/magenta, larger than a star in diameter, and appearing as a bright light. The objects were approximately the size of two stars combined and circular in diameter. The lights came on brightly and pulsated in color becoming brighter and shutting off. The lights came back on in different positions of the sky moving to a different position each time they came on. Note: The sky was cloudy and there were no other stars in the sky. The objects appeared in locations/positions in the sky where no stars are noted in a standard celestial constellation map.
I have seen these objects at least 6 or 7 times in 2012 so I was not astounded. These sightings have become common place living here on the ocean and I'm always excited to see them again. I have noticed a pattern with these fireballs: They are sighted frequently before and after the full moon around the hours of 9PM-12. I feel like these fireballs are part of my every day reality. I would like some answers as to what these things are and what is it they are actually doing?
I lost sight of the objects after approximately 1 hour of viewing them.
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