|Occurred : 8/14/2003 23:30 (Entered as : 08/14/03 2330)
Reported: 8/15/2003 12:10:25 AM 00:10
Location: Temecula, CA
|Low flying lights pass from horizon to horizon at approximately 1000 ft altitude in less than 4 seconds.
Two white lights moving in an offset tangent from West to East, approximately two to three miles North of and traveling parallel to Hwy 79 S as it traverses the Redhawk area. Lights remained perfectly fixed in relation to one another, as attached to a single craft, or, two craft flying in precise tight formation: Angle of offset suggests the latter.
Lights went from horizon to horizon in less than four seconds, suggesting a very high rate of speed. No way to determine altitude, however, intuitively the craft appeared to be about 1000 ft. This was not a helicopter, they fly overhead all the time, nor was it military jet or small jet aircraft.
There was no sound whatever. The lights went by so quickly that I jumped to my feet from where I was sitting in bed reading. This was unlike anything I have ever witnessed in the night sky before. I have 25 years of military operations experience observing military aircraft conduct every conceivable maneuver at night... I am 49 years old.
((NUFORC Note: The objects could not have been aircraft or satellites, if they, in fact, crossed the sky in four seconds. PD))