|Occurred : 3/26/2007 05:55 (Entered as : 03/26/07 5:55)
Reported: 3/26/2007 10:31:27 AM 10:31
Location: Orlando, FL
|Pulsating "star" moves slowly, stops for several seconds, then continues moving in a different direction
As I was walking our beagle this morning, I happened to look up to stargaze for a few seconds. It was still dark, with a full compliment of stars.
Most of the stars I saw were the same ones I see every morning, but then I noticed one that had an odd tint to it...kind of a muted orange or coral color, not as bright as a star, with more of a glow. And it was moving slowly, heading from NW to SE. It was about the size of the head of a straight pin, held overhead at about a 65-70 degree angle.
Then, it stopped, and stayed still for about 10 seconds or so, and seemed to pulsate slightly, but noticeably. The color changed to a very, very light grey.
When it started moving again, it was once again the muted orange color, and its course had changed to almost a Due East direction.
I watched it for a total of about 30-40 seconds.