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|Object Flight Path||Path with directional change|
Night, mostly cloudy. Noticed light moving east. Watching, I could see several other aircraft in the area. This one, however, had a single light that was larger, brighter and not blinking. No wing or landing lights visible. It was also moving much faster than other aircraft I have viewed from this area. Also there was no sound. Normally, aircraft within an arc of about 30 degrees from straight up can be easily heard; the sound always trailing the object. This object seemed to appear through the cloud cover, northwest of my position, travel east for about short time then made a rapid "S" turn and continue east until vanishing back into the clouds. Initial logic would describe an aircraft preparing to land at Indianapolis International; about 40 miles east of this location. However, observing aircraft in this area for over a decade, this object was not exhibiting normal behavior. It was a)moving too fast, b)making no sound, c)showing no landing lights as would have been visible in the cloud layer in front of the object, d)showing no wing lights.
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