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Occurred : 7/6/2008 22:30 (Entered as : 07/06.08 22:30)
Reported: 7/9/2008 3:10:21 PM 15:10
Posted: 8/12/2008
Location: Temecula, CA
Shape: Sphere
Duration:1hr 1/2
Blue Green and multi colored Orb 2 pix 1 filmclip

On 7/6/08 22:30 looking up at the stars I noticed a flashing pulsar then 3 more, I rarely saw four in a straight line east to west, so I decided to set-up my telescope celestron 130 slt with 2X Barlow lens with plossl fully coated 12.5mm and noticed they were or seemed to be rotating and flashing like a siren all type of torques colors blue green as Well as red white.

called my wife out to take a look and a few friends were all equally amazed , I took 20 pics and 5 movie clips was there for a good hour and a half and then they all disappeared .

I panned the skies for another hour I wanted to explain it before I went to bed couldn't find it. However I noticed a lot of what appeared to be satellites (white dots, star like) zipping across the sky in all directions it seemed every few minutes another one would cross the viewfinder path moved to quickly to see through telescope so I grabbed my binoculars some would disappear or fade out before 15* to horizon other would make it all the way assuming they continued I can only follow to about 5 degrees.

Still curious I grabbed my night vision Single Scope made in Russia night Owl optics Give a pretty big view plus 10 x 35 mag. I haven’t found away to take pics through it but will come up with something what I saw was pretty amazing, I aimed into the sky ( above my head) then flipped on infrared within a minute I began seeing moving white dots (all stars look like white dots through the night vision some lager then others, lots of them) I was telling myself this must be normal a lot of debris up there. NORAD claims to be track like 9000 pieces perhaps it was the suns reflection hitting this debris? I don’t know, will invest in a night vision camera