|Occurred : 6/28/2014 22:27 (Entered as : 06/28/14 22:27)
Reported: 6/28/2014 11:02:28 PM 23:02
Location: Dolores, CO
|Bright yellowish orange object moving south to east.
On 06-28-2014 at approximately 2227 hours, I observed a bright yellowish to orange light moving from the south next to the constellation Scorpio. I noticed the object moved from the south, and then slowly curve to the northeast.
The objects motion was not a consistent smooth motion, it appeared to hesitate at times giving it a slight jerky motion.
Once the object neared the east, the color became a deeper orange.
I observed the object for about two to three minutes until I could no longer observe it. The brightness of the object was twice the brightness of a commercial airliner. Due to the brightness of the object, I wondered if it was the International Space Station.
I did look at isstracker.com and saw that at 2227 hours the Station would have been over the southern tip of South America.