|Occurred : 3/3/2007 23:00 (Entered as : 3-3-07 23:00)
Reported: 3/6/2007 8:46:47 AM 08:46
Location: Cincinnati, KY
|In the night sky, a second formation of the big dippper was moving at an exceptional speed south west.
On the night of March 3, 2007, my father went outside and started looking up at the night sky. Around 11:00 P.M., he noticed the big dipper. But something was wrong becasue there were two (kind of overlapping each other), but one of the sets were moving at a exceptional speed.
The set of the seven stars in the form of the big dipper were going south by south west.
Later the rest of my family came out and witnessed it to. As we looked closer I also noticed that a few of them had little red light probes going around it (though very hard to see).
Some may say that stars don't move becasue of clouds or something, but we measured the distance with our roofline and other stars. Other starts weren't moving, just that "big dipper."
Eventually after 30-60 min it disappeard. It appears that the object was mimicking stars to get around "undetected."