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Occurred : 10/14/2001 22:00 (Entered as : 10-14-01 22.00)
Reported: 10/27/2002 11:19:57 PM 23:19
Posted: 3/21/2003
Location: Aurangabad (India),
Shape: Triangle
Duration:12
It resembles very closely to a delta formation photo on your website.

I was sitting with my wife in an open restaurant. I was facing east. The moon was at half-moon stage and at about 45 degrees from the horizon. There were no noticeable clouds in the sky. At exactly 22.00 hrs [local time] I suddenly saw 3 lights travel from south to north in the sky. They were bluish in colour and seemed luminiscient. The light was not flashing but rather glowing. The lights were in a triangular formation with a large one at the front and two smaller ones at the back. They did not move individually but seemed to be in perfect formation. They passed just below the level of the moon. There was no sound at all. They seemed to just glide at a very high speed. The sightinglasted about 12 seconds and I just managed to show it to my wife too. I did not discuss this with anyone except a friend who believes likewise. This incident was then reported in a local newspaper. It also stated that there were reports from people from a town about 270 km away of having same sighting at exactly same time. The airport of my town has the airstrip aligned in east-westerly direction. So most aircrafts coming in to land come in low from a south-westerly approach. Also the restaurant is about six kilometers away from the airport so the incoming aircraft is low enough to see the sign on its tail. I have never seen a aircraft go from south to north before. Also there are no flights at the specific time. And since I am a fairly regular customer of that restaurant and prefer the same seat I am aware of flights passing in and and out over my head. I 39 years old. My wife is 38. Together we manage a Kindergarten and Primary School.

((NUFORC Note: Date is approximate. PD))