|Occurred : 2/12/2005 18:55 (Entered as : 02/12/1905 18:55)
Reported: 2/12/2005 4:21:48 PM 16:21
Location: Almont, MI
|2 objects observed traveling across one quarter of the sky past the position of Saturn
saw 2 small objects; 1. the size of a large hat pin head at arm's length 2. the size of a pin head was a finger's width to the west and a half finger's width south of primary.
a. both objects were first noticed @ due East and at about 45 degrees up from the horizon.
b. both objects were traveling ESE toward Saturn and passed the position of Saturn to the West of the planet.
c. they maintained relative position throught the duration of observation.
d. the primary object was as bright as Saturn and the secondary object was half as bright.
e. there were no blinking lights associated with either object, nor was there any sound.
f. the color of the objects appeared to be white.
g. both objects faded out after they passed the position of Saturn. the fading pro- cess lasted for 5 seconds.