|Occurred : 7/12/2007 01:00 (Entered as : 07/12/07 1:00)
Reported: 7/15/2007 3:54:33 AM 03:54
Location: Indianapolis, IN
|A faint point of light was gradually moving along high up in the night sky; the light was moving from south to north, nearly overhead of my position; the sky was clear. After it passed over me, it faded from view. Then, a few seconds later, after I shifted my stance to get a better view over the roof of my house, I saw a much brighter light somewhat to the side of where the aforementioned one faded; the brighter light was about as bright as Jupiter and gradually moving north. There were no sounds or navigations lights emanating from any of the aforementioned lights.
Such observation is among the latest of several I’ve encountered since October 2006. The report regarding the October 2006 observation is posted on NUFORC’s online report database (http://www.nuforc.org/webreports/055/S55687.html). Incidentally, I was a weather observer in the Air National Guard several years ago and thus trained to identify meteorological phenomenon as well as other sky activities. Though I can’t conclude what exactly the lights are or what they represent, they nevertheless unusual.
((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that the date of the sighting is approximate. PD))
((NUFORC Note: Flare of Iridium satellite? PD))