|Occurred : 11/18/2019 03:52 (Entered as : 11/18/19 03:52)
Reported: 11/18/2019 2:47:26 AM 02:47
Location: McKinney, TX
|sphere moves South to North over McKinney, TX
While walking my dog I decided to look up and try and locate the Pleiades and see if there were any late shower meteors. As I scanned the sky, I observed a sphere approximately the size of a B.B. held at arms length moving above the high cirrus clouds in the area. The sphere did not glow itself but was visible with a diffuse blue / white color. The object appeared to move in a southerly to northerly direction, but not in a completely straight line. There were stationary objects along the flight path of this object to judge movement and direction. Occasionally during this objects movements it appeared to "stutter" (stop momentarily) for just a fraction of a second before continuing on its path. I have attempted to film the object, but the resolution on the video is too poor and even adjusting the gain and gamma corrections through editing software it is impossible to get anything viewable from it.