|Occurred : 8/11/2013 21:50 (Entered as : 08/11/13 21:50)
Reported: 8/11/2013 9:15:02 PM 21:15
Location: Bozeman, MT
|2 lights, passing by each other, then 1 changed direction
2 objects high in the night sky - about the same brightness and size as I've seen satellites or planes at a very high altitude. One object was heading approximately 140-150 degrees (SE), the other at about 210-225 degrees (SW). The 225 degree object passed behind the path of the first, seemingly within a small distance away from the first. A short time after passing the other object, about 10 seconds or less, the 225 degree object changed direction and headed in approximately a 180-195 degree direction. The first object continued on its trajectory and they both continued in the direction they were until I could no longer see them due to either cloud cover or their distance from me.
About a minute after those 2 objects disappeared from my sight I saw a falling object at about 90 degrees from my location, likely part of the meteor shower expected tonight. It was dim then very bright, then gone. This object fell like a ‘falling star’, burning up on impact with the atmosphere.