|Occurred : 6/25/2015 21:45 (Entered as : 06/25/15 21:45)
Reported: 6/25/2015 8:05:15 PM 20:05
Location: Lawrence, KS
|Object with pulsing wave of light moving around it
I stepped out back behind the Press building for a smoke and looked to the north and saw what a "line"(?) of pulsing lights in the sky slowly moving along the western edge of a thunderstorm. The lights were pulsing in a solid wave to the right, far too consistent to be an airplane's running lights, and one solid blue-white color. Could've been on the edge of a disk shaped object? Too far off to tell.
I moved positions to try and get a better look, but the object moved away and out of sight beyond the tree line, going very slowly. I have no idea what this was and am pretty excited because it couldn't have been an airplane. I've flown airplanes before. I know how they move and what their navigation lights look like, i.e. flashing in a set pattern and in green, red, and a white strobe.
This object seemed to be pulsing a wave of light that may have gone "around" the leading and trailing edges of the object.
Very cool. No way of telling how far off it was or how high up it was flying.
It moved to the north in a straight, steady pace.
The Lawrence Field Day and Free State festivals are going on right now, so I'm wondering if anyone else saw this.