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Occurred : 12/31/2013 19:24 (Entered as : 12/31/2013 19:24)
Reported: 1/1/2014 6:30:47 AM 06:30
Posted: 1/10/2014
Location: Boynton Beach, FL
Shape: Sphere
Duration:8 minutes
2 glowing red spheres spaced 7 minutes apart traveling across Boynton Beach Florida

I am a business owner that works with 3D modeling, prototype design and architectural construction.

I was taking the greyhounds out after their dinner when I noticed a red glowing object. First thought was fire works that are always launched around my neighborhood for New Years.

After capturing the video, I took the dogs back in and came back out to clean up when I noticed the second red object where I captured the second shorter video.

First object was sited at 19:24 EST 12/31/13. It was originally thought to be a firework launch but after 20-30 seconds it did not exhibit the signs that would be associated with a firework display. Video capture was started with a Samsung Galaxy S3 and 87 seconds of video was captured as it traveled from the NE to the W from my vantage point.

The object was spherical and had a red glow with no visible com trail or flashing strobe lights. There was no turning or course changes and it maintain a constant travel speed as best as could be discerned from my vantage point.

The second object was spotted 7 minutes later following the same visual line from the NE to the W. The second object was captured on video for 52 seconds before being obscured by cloud cover.

The second object looked just as the first one did, same visual speed and path with no course changes or discerning differences.

Neither of the objects exhibited the fireball characteristics that I have seen in other videos though I do know from what I have read that we are passing through the tail debris of one of the comets we had running through our solar system this last year.

I do not know what they were but would like to know.