|Occurred : 7/15/2004 10:15 (Entered as : 07/15/2004 10:15)
Reported: 7/15/2004 10:05:04 PM 22:05
Location: Conroe, TX
|High altitude steady lights passing from horizon to horizon not on sat paths
We saw an extremely high altitude, unwavering, unblinking light pass over from West to East horizon at a high velocity. About 45 seconds from horizon to horizon, steady speed.
3 minutes later we observed a seemingly higher altitude light pass from North to South at the same perceived velocity. About 45 seconds again from horizon to horizon. This object was significantly more difficult to track as the perceived altitude was much farther (higher). We used the peripheral vision techniqe used to observe very dim stars in order to track the path of this one. It cruised steady on course and then veered slightly to the southeast before we lost visual contact.
Appx. 50 minutes later we saw a third light at an even HIGHER perceived altitude cruise from North to South again, same speed and timing. This object was EXTREMELY difficult to see or track and we lost its track much quicker than the previous two objects. It was my impression that the viewings encountered were at increasingly higher altitudes, however, they appeared to travel at the same velocity as each subsequent object.