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Occurred : 2/24/2007 10:30 (Entered as : 02/25/07 10:30)
Reported: 2/24/2007 3:54:50 PM 15:54
Posted: 2/24/2007
Location: Coffs Harbour (Australia),
Shape: Light
Duration:4 minutes
((NUFORC Note: Date of the sighting is February 25, 2007, west of the International Dateline. We have had to change the date for one day, to satisfy our database program. The program will not allow us to post a date which is in its future. We will change the date on February 25, 2007. PD))

Two Strange Bright Lights, Change Shape on Departure from Atmosphere

On Sunday (today) 25/02/2007 at around 10:30 Aust EST (its daylight savings here) I was sitting out on my balcony of my 3rd floor unit, and I watched a low flying plane taking off from the airport. It was then that a noticed a bright object in the sky.

I thought at first it was just a star still showing, then something strange happened. It started to move after about 3 minutes perfectly still.

It was south of me and at about 1 or 2 o’clock in the sky. It then proceeded to come down to about 3 o’clock and then I noticed the second light It looked a lot like the first one, then I noticed something, the first light appeared to extend in length and then it was gone. So I focused my attention on the second light.

These lights were INTENSE, light a bright star on a dark night. The second light started moving rapidly. Too fast for something as far away as this seemed to be. As this second light went from around 1 o’clock to between three and four o’clock. It also appeared to get longer and then this light to was gone.

After the whole experience I could feel the adrenaline pumping through my system even though these things were not totally distinguishable I believe what I have just seen were 2 Extra-Terrestrial UFO’s.

Place: Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia, 2450 Date: 25/02/2007 Time: around 10:30 Aust EST Position of UFO: south of Coffs Harbour.