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Strange lights in sky #6923
12/31/2018 11:34 AM
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I live in the East Bay of Northern California and have been outside many a night since the end of this past summer. On a few occasions I have witnessed things in the sky that I can't explain. One of which has been what looks like bright camera flashes. I have researched what this may be and the closest thing that matches is a satellite reflection. On the occasion where I have seen one single flash, I'm willing to accept this as an explanation, however there was an occasion in which this was impossible. One night I saw about 5 separate flashes all seconds apart. Each one was from a different position but in the same area of the night sky. I am inserting an image of a diagram to explain this further. The number next to each dot which represents the lights is the order in which the light flashed. The size of each dot is approximately the largest each light was at the peak of the flash. They all started out bigger than stars but got their biggest when they were brightest as is usual with any light. Each flash of light was shorter than an actual camera flash, but perhaps not by much. There was about 1-2 seconds between each separate flash. The order and amount of flashes from each light is only approximate as it has been weeks and was a very quick incident. I am looking for serious replies about a possible explanation or something like it anyone else has experienced. Thank you. [img]https://imgur.com/a/OCByvD6[/img]

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Re: Strange lights in sky [Re: Anonymous] #6960
01/07/2019 05:58 AM
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Ive seen something similar. Sometimes I track satellites to see if they are UFOs. Some of these "satellites" actually flash on and off. Really weird. This one I saw on this one night was really weird. Looked like it was spinning out of control, making all sorts of light come off it and seem to be sort of erratic in its flying. I call them spy UFOs since they are so far away but sometimes you see them flying around. They are the more sneaky ones.

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Re: Strange lights in sky [Re: LogicalChaos] #6981
01/10/2019 01:47 AM
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Did you look at my diagram? There were 4 at the same time. The flashes were far to quick to be from the same object. There wouldn't be new flashes in both directions either. Satellites orbit in a continuous trajectory. They don't zip at lightning speed back and forth. I also looked up videos of satellite flashes and they do NOT match what I saw. Do you have a different explanation that actually matches? Thanks for the reply anyway.

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Re: Strange lights in sky [Re: Anonymous] #6985
01/10/2019 06:50 AM
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Shiny objects are "archival niches"
They usually move in the shape of a sphere of illuminating light, 60 centimeters in diameter.
They can change their shape arbitrarily during the flight.
The distance of 100 kilometers is reached within 5 seconds.
They originate from the fifth dimensional world. These are our human evolutionarily changed paranormalaracters.

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01/12/2019 11:12 PM
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My best guess are small alien RC drones. But who knows how large these crafts really are or if ET's have large drones.

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