|Occurred : 6/9/2019 17:10 (Entered as : 060919 17:10)
Reported: 6/8/2019 6:16:25 PM 18:16
Location: Dublin, CA
|Two high altitude round objects in Eastern sky near moonp
Large group of people were at Emerald Glen park when my 17 month year old son pointed up to the sky (as he often does) at a flock of birds that was flying across the sky. I noticed that one of the “birds” wasnt moving. It was directly due east, at about the same height in the sky as the moon, bright white/silver and about the size of a large-sized star. Just.. sitting there. It was high up as well as wisps of clouds seemed to obscure it. After watching it for about 10 minutes someone asked me what I was looking at. I pointed it out, and he began looking at it as well. Soon a small group of about 10 of us dads were looking at it, trying to figure out what it was.
After about 15 minutes, someone said “Hey, theres another one!” Sure enough, another white dot appeared also due east but lower towards the horizon by about 3 inches. This second object was the same size as the first but was very slowly pulsing.. fading in and out of view in about 10 second intervals. Eventually it faded out and didnt return. It was around for maybe 10 minutes of the sighting.
The entire sighting lasted about 30 minutes. As I was creating a post on Above Top Secret urging anyone in the Dublin, CA, area to “look up”, it vanished. I wish I could tell you if it zoomed off, blinked out, or exploded, but I can't. I took 15 seconds to respond to someone’s reply to my post, looked up, and the object was gone. By that time, I was the only one still watching it. It was almost straight up (maybe 150 degrees if 180 is straight up) so it did a number on our necks as we were watching it.
Can confirm this was not Venus. Used Star Walk app, and Venus was directly behind us. There were no astronomical objects that would explain what we saw. The objects appeared to be very high altitude and were stationary. I tried to take pictures of it, but it was too far away and not bright enough for the Iphone camera to pick up.