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UFO Sighting

Sighting Basics

Case Number 59531
Log Number US-09032014-0007
Date Submitted 09/03/2014 01:31 UTC
Date of the Event 09/02/2014 09:12 UTC
Source MUFON
Disposition Unresolved
Summary one of three stars below of Ursa Major squirted north, slowed, dimmed then flashed a bright light in a circle light aka a light house, then repeated the sequence exactly once more then disappeared
Tags triangle

Sighting Location

City Eugene
Region Oregon
Country United States

Sighting Specifics

Viewing Distance Unknown
Sighting Duration Undisclosed
Object Features Unknown
Object Flight Path Hovering then path,Straight-line path
Object Shape Circle
Weather Factors Unknown

Sighting Details

In Southeast Eugene 09/02/2014 -21:12 Looking west at Ursa Major I noticed a triangle of stars maybe 2 degrees below Ursa and a few degrees south. It was partly cloudy but I had clear sky for this event. After looking at the stars for several seconds I started to return my gaze back to the Dipper. Simultaneously one of the three stars squirted straight north at a high speed, a second later, the star's brightness dimmed to almost nothing as the star almost came to a stop. A flash appeared, looking like a lighthouse beacon as it rotated from west to east. It momentarily brightened the sky around the star. There was an incandescent trail which followed the same path as the star which disappeared just as quickly as it appeared. The flash dimmed, the star reappeared as originally seen, squirted (pulsed) again along the same transit for a roughly a second or two, dimmed again, almost disappearing while almost stopping again. The brilliant flash reoccured with the same intensity of light around the star. After the light diminished the star regained its former visibility and streaked out of sight to the north. The event had covered half of the western sky in 2-4 seconds. The squirt, or pulse, was a movement similar to what a squid would do. I looked back to the area of the original triangle to the left (south) of the Big Dipper to find that the other two stars had disappeared. I didn't see them move, they were just gone!

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