|Occurred : 10/1/2019 20:42 (Entered as : 10/01/2019 20:42)
Reported: 10/1/2019 8:37:47 PM 20:37
Location: Butte, MT
|two extra star-like objects in the constellation Cassiopeia, blink out over half a minute
As I climbed out of my (outside access) basement laundry room at about 8:40 pm I caught sight of the constellation Cassiopeia in the clear, dark NE sky. I was startled at the view; it looked as if there were two new stars inside that constellation. They were very much brighter than the other stars in Cassiopeia, bright white, and about equal brilliance and separated by no more than the space of my thumb at arms length. They were motionless. As I watched, the easternmost one dimmed and “blinked-out” over an interval of 10 seconds. Then the other one did the same. I went right to my computer to confirm the constellation and file this report. Dual Supernovae explosion in a distant galaxy? (What are the chances of that?) Or some craft “parked” in orbit going “inter-dimensional”? I am hoping someone else caught sight of this, and am curious where in the sky it appeared to them : it would give a clue about the objects’ altitudes.