|Occurred : 7/19/2004 00:00 (Entered as : 07/19/1904 0:00)
Reported: 7/18/2004 11:46:11 PM 23:46
Location: Saskatoon (Canada), SK
|I went out to my back deck at 11:55 p.m. tonite (Sunday). Immediately upon looking up at the clear night sky, my eyes caught hold of a moving object; higher altitude than a plane, lower than a satellite, and moving at speeds too fast to be either. Red and white blinking lights, it flew straight north to south. It was clearly visible during it's entire journey.
It jutted quickly from side to side very periodically.
Fifteen minutes later, I saw a small star-like object moving very slowly, east to west, at the "top" of the sky. It appeared to be about the altitude of a star. My eyes follwed it closely, as it was almost moving too slowly to be detectable.
It began to move in the opposite direction, speeding up and slowly down in random rythym. Then it began to move in small circles. It continued in this haphazard pattern, all in the northwestern sky, just above the Three Sisters constellation, for approximately 6 minutes. Too small to be caught by my video camera.