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UFO Sighting

Sighting Basics

Case Number 59163
Log Number US-08232014-0006
Date Submitted 08/23/2014 01:56 UTC
Date of the Event 08/22/2014 08:20 UTC
Source MUFON
Disposition Unresolved
Summary bright white light disappeared
Tags floating lights ufo

Sighting Location

City Tucson
Region Arizona
Country United States

Sighting Specifics

Viewing Distance Over One Mile
Sighting Duration Undisclosed
Object Features Unknown
Object Flight Path Straight-line path,Other
Object Shape Circle
Weather Factors Unknown

Sighting Details

I was lounging in my backyard pool. As I was floating on my back looking up at the stars I saw one large starlike object appear to be moving. I stood up to take a better look, I could not identify it as a plane. The large round light was about the size of Venus and was flying rather low and moved somewhat fast, like a jet speed. I thought if it was plane then perhaps it was getting ready to land at the Tucson International Airport. The "plane" had no red or green lights, just showed a steady white light and made no sound. So I settled in my pool noodle to follow it awhile. I was looking for blinking lights or red or green and saw none so then the light passed through a thin cloud and it dimmed a bit. But what got me to report this otherwise fairly benign light was that I watched it enter a lone, fluffy white cloud. The white cloud was lit up by the city lights, the cloud was smallish, compact and dense with well defined edges, I could easily see faint stars around the whole perimeter. There were no other clouds near it. So the punchline is this; The large, white, round light moving at a steady speed and in a straight path entered the small dense cloud and the "ufo" never appeared out the other side. I watched for it to reappear for a solid 7 minutes to cover all possible angles it could have taken. I watched so long the cloud was eventually pulled apart by winds. By the time I gave up looking for the light the cloud was less dense and rather wispy. That light just disappeared!

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