|Occurred : 12/7/2018 00:00 (Entered as : 12/07/18 21)
Reported: 12/9/2018 11:15:45 AM 11:15
Location: Redding, CA
|Huge Multi-light array, pulsating lights, honeycomb array somewhat egg shapped. Naked eye looks like a bright star,
Eastern Shasta County, directly east from Redding, California, towards Lassen Volcanic Park. Bright "star" like object spotted in night sky for several months. With Naked eye looks like very bright star. With binoculars it actually is a many lights array configuration, shaped in a rather egg shape sphere, sort of like a huge honeycomb. All Lights pulsate and are positioned precisely throughout the sphere, not just the edges. The actual sphere appears to be static, not flying or moving. Lights are sometimes all white, sometimes lights are red, blue, green, purplish, and white. There is a larger light that goes around the outer rim of the configuration, seems to be pulsating-signaling.
As of December we have noticed more than one of these, at least (3) nightly, light configurations hanging in space in the vicinity of the Lassen Mountain-Cascade range. Time frame that they are seen is normally around 9:30 p.m. to around 7:30 a.m. On Friday, December 6, 2018, one of the arrays emitted what looked like a mirror image of itself, and that mirror image pulsated-floated off towards the north. Original configuration remained static in place.
Anyone know what these light arrays are? Could not get a photo with my Canon EOS 60D. Sorry. Thanks for the help in informing us what these might be.