|Occurred : 6/24/2015 15:15 (Entered as : 06/24/2015 15:15)
Reported: 6/24/2015 1:43:17 PM 13:43
Location: Orlando, FL
|One large and 3 smaller object in a clear sky
While sitting in my pool, I was facing east, looking up at a beautiful blue sky, when I noted a bright white oblong object. I stared at it, then seen a pin point of white light at about the 7 o'clock position from the larger object as I watched it it appeared another pinpoint of white light came near the other smaller light and then blinked out.
While watching these objects I looked to the lower right of the larger object at about the 4 O'clock position and noted another pin point of light. At this point I was observing one larger object and the 2 pinpoints of light. Occasionally the 4th would blink on by the one at the 7 O'clock position. I started to doubt what I was seeing thinking perhaps I was just looking a some debris's on the screening.
I got out of the pool and walked outside of the screen room and the objects were still there. I went back into my seating spot in the pool and continued to watch for close to 25 minutes.
All of a sudden they all vanished in the blink of an eye. I sat there for a while still looking up at the sky and then saw what I assumed to be the larger object higher in the sky but did not see the smaller objects.
I will try an give some idea as to where the objects were using a structural beam of my screen room. The beam is parallel to my patio approximately 10 feet off the deck. I was sitting in my pool on a seat approximately 18 inches below the deck. The large object appeared about 12 to 14 inches above this beam and appeared to be 3/8 of an inch long.
The object at the 7 o'clock position appeared to be about 3 inches below the larger object. The object at the 4 o'clock position was about 6 to 7 inches from the larger object.
I have watched shuttle and rocket launches at the cape from my backyard and the larger object seemed to be in that proximity.
With the exception of one of the pinpoints of light all the others remained stationary.