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|Occurred : 11/18/2001 04:30 (Entered as : 11/18/01 0430)
Reported: 11/18/2001 7:45:00 AM 07:45
Location: West Grove, PA
|Craft were in a "V" formation at 10,000 feet, and 3 timesw the speed of an airliner.
Individuals were observing the Leonid Meteor Showers. At one point, lights appearedin the east, estimated at 8 to 10 thousand feet, moving east to west. Estimated to be 150 feet diameter, same size as jet airliner. The distance was covered in ten seconds. Airliners usually take 30 seconds to cover the distance. Lights were white, not as bright as the stars. No noise or emmissions observed. The observers counted 7 to 9 circular lights in a "V" formation. They maintained a steady course, speed and altitude. The observers consisted of members of one family.