|Occurred : 4/11/2003 19:16 (Entered as : 04/11/03 19:16)
Reported: 5/6/2003 5:16:07 AM 05:16
Location: Corona, CA
|Caught on video, another object in the sky
I videotaped, on my camcorder, an object on April 10th, and had submitted a report pertaining to this. The next day I went to the same location and videotaped another object. There was also another person with me viewing the object. I was alittle startled to see another object in the sky so when I took my eyes away to place them on the viewfinder of the camera I had difficultly relocating it. My friend was talking to me with his back to the object. I told him to look around and tell me if he sees what I was seeing. He said he did. We were looking west, towards the Pacific Ocean. I was about in the same vicinity as the one I had seen yesterday, but it looked very differant. It was a white cylindrical object in straight horizontal flight. I was traveling very slowly. We followed it for about 2 minutes until it went behind a dark cloud. I estimated the object to be about 5000 feet altitude and possibly 25-30 miles away. I estimate the distance because I can see Cucamonga Peak to the north, which is about 24 miles away. To the left I have a range of mountains which house some communication towers and I found that the peak they are situated on are about 5600 feet in altitude. When I reviewed my videotape,I didn't see the object which my friend and I were seeing. I did have the audio with descriptions of the sighting being heard. I was disappointed not having captured the object. However I reviewed the tape just recently and I was surprised to notice the object was captured for a brief moment. I see a bright object flash and then quickly dart upward and stop. This was the craft I had seen before it initiated a straight horizontal flight pattern. At this point the sighting was documented by audio means. I had seen two objects on the 10th and the 11th, at the same location, at approxiamately 7:15PM. I went back to the same location on several occasions since then, but have not seen anything unfamiliar in the sky.