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Over One Mile
Object Flight Path
I saw the object the first time 3/7/2014, also on 3/12 and 3/13. The first time I was around a campfire with friends on the Illinois River, northeast of Tahlequah, OK. Then in Ft. Gibson, OK and last night in Muskogee, OK. Each time the light was in the same place:overhead, a little west of Orion. Last night I was on the phone with a friend in Okay, OK who also could see the light. From his vantage point the light was as I was observing: just west of Orion and nearly directly overhead. With the same apparent location in the sky when seen from various locations, I think the light must have been quite high. Six other people saw the same thing I was seeing: the star like light at times moving in a straight line, it also was stationary for maybe 20 seconds and then moved again. Sometimes in a curving motion, or circular motion; often making 90 degree turns. It never strayed beyond a rather small area in its activity. How small? A large extended hand would delineate the area I saw it in, during the three nights that I watched it. It compared in brightness to a bright star, there was no problem in locating it. The brightest light overhead was this object, whatever the heck it was!
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