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Occurred : 1/13/2007 18:40 (Entered as : 13/01/2007 18:40)
Reported: 1/14/2007 3:27:46 PM 15:27
Posted: 2/1/2007
Location: Laval (Canada), QC
Shape: Formation
Duration:45 sec
2 UFO "geese" formations over Canada

I went to walk the dog. It was already dark and I looked into the sky. It was a perfectly clear night without any clouds and I was so glad to see the stars. After few seconds I noticed sort of two geese formations in the direction of Orion Constellation. The first strange thing that I noticed was the fact that every "goose" in the formation "kind-off" glowed. There was a small formation of 5 or 6 objects in front and a larger formation behind of 10 to 12 objects. Every object glow very clearly in the dark sky making apparent the object’s chevron shape. There was no sound, no air tail, nor any other lights except the glow of each object. The traveling direction was from North-East to South-South-West. At the moment when I saw the objects they were on my left at aprox 45 degrees of my walking direction.

In a split of a second my thoughts were: Gooses? Now in January? Impossible; and anyway they would have been more like dark pots on the sky rather than glowing. What a heck it this? During the next 15-20 seconds the 2 formations already passed the Orion Constellation and started to assemble themselves (in a "goose" like fashion) in a single formation.

At that point I lowered my sight for no more than 10 seconds to check over my dog. When I looked again in the sky, the "geese" formation was this times on my right at aprox 45 degrees of the same walking direction. After 10-15 more seconds the formation was out of my sight.

At that point I realized the incredible speed that these objects should have to be able to travel more than 90 degrees of the sky in less than 1 min.

Continuing my walk with the dog, 2 to 3 min later I noticed a linear cloud or air tail following the direction of the "geese" formation.

The air tail seamed to move in the wind and after several minutes it was completely dissipated.