|Occurred : 2/1/2014 05:00 (Entered as : 02/1014 5:00)
Reported: 2/10/2014 7:05:09 AM 07:05
Location: University Park, FL
|Sighting: (ongoing) Couple of week’s duration on daily bases (required condition clear sky or few clouds).
Location in the early morning sky: direction east-southeast at 20 degree elevation at 5am.
Size approx... ¾ of full moon dia. In shape of isosceles triangle with obtuse vertex angle facing viewer. This position remains stationary day after day.
Triangle shape is defined by at least six point light sources (no structure is visible). Point sources give of white intense light.
Movement: Increasing elevation to max. 45 -50 degree with slight south movement and contracting size but holding its shape and orientation until only visible as a singular light source.
Lights hold up against increasing daylight.
See for yourself.