|Occurred : 8/26/2007 19:15 (Entered as : 08/26/07 19:15)
Reported: 8/27/2007 1:54:08 AM 01:54
Location: Honolulu, HI
|Stationary star-like object shrinks to a pinpoint and vanishes.
Approximately 1915 hours, Hawaii Standard Time, while facing S/SE, I observed a stationary star-like object almost as bright as Jupiter. Pondering whether this object was a star or planet, the object shrunk to a pinpoint of light and vanished within a few minutes after I first sighted it.
The object was about 70 degrees above the horizon.
There were no clouds in the sky and it was dusk.
Observation position was latitude 21° 16' 11.28" and longitude -157° 49' 5.16".
((NUFORC Note: Possible sighting of Iridium satellite?? PD))