|Occurred : 5/7/2005 21:55 (Entered as : 05/07/2005 21:55)
Reported: 5/7/2005 8:09:32 PM 20:09
Location: Warminster, PA
|Looking southeast from Warminster, PA. I saw a bright neon-green light angle toward the ground low in the sky (about a 60 degree angle) at a fast rate of speed. I only had a short view as I saw it through a break in the trees.
The light was moving fast and it appeared to be too close to the ground not to hit the ground at the speed it was traveling. I saw nor heard any indication of this light hitting the ground.
The light appeared to be a round bright green dot with a brighter whitish center. The track it was taking was straight, no arc; however my opportunity of viewing was short.
The sky was partly cloudy, temperature about 55F. No other apparent reason for light falling from the sky, no fireworks.
The color is was what caught my eye as I was looking directly southeast at the time.
I did contact a Philadelphia news channel to find out if this light was seen by anyone else. No reply from the e-mail as of 11:03pm.
There is no way of telling the distance this light was away from me so I can't even guess at the size. It appeared much larger (5 times or so) the size of aircraft lights or meteorite light.