|Occurred : 9/4/2003 21:40 (Entered as : 09/04/03 21:40)
Reported: 9/4/2003 10:11:49 PM 22:11
Location: Sedro-Woolley, WA
|At approximately 21:40 hours, saw a BRIGHT flashing light almost directly overhead in the area of the top of the northern cross, which proceeded in a northwesterly direction at a constant rate of speed I commonly associate with a satellite. The first two flashes were brighter than any star in the sky, and approached the brightness of Mars in the eastern sky. The object covered approximately 10-15 degrees of sky in about a minute, before the flashes, which grew steadily fainter over time, became invisible to the naked eye. The time between the flashes was several seconds, and occurred at irregular intervals.