|Occurred : 11/19/2006 02:30 (Entered as : 11/19/06 02:30)
Reported: 11/19/2006 12:11:34 PM 12:11
Location: Hiram, GA
Duration:3 to 5 seconds
|Four Check mark shaped lights seen in the night sky over Georgia, traveling west to east.
While watching the sky to get a glimpse of the meteor shower caused by the Leonid Meteor, I observed 4 lights travelling from west to east in a set formation. The lights maintained the same heading and did not break formation or streak like a shooting star. The lights seemed very far away and were sort of dim, not bright and piercing like plane lights, but more like the glow of a low watt bulb. Although the lights were travelling at a high altitude, they crossed the sky in seconds. I did not witness any vapor entrails but it was night and the city lights in the distance did not allow for a good star-watch night.
To imagine what the lights look like, make an upside down check mark. The three points of the check mark would signify a light, but the long side had three lights evenly spaced.