Appearance / Description of Object(s)
Just a small tiny bright light
Size of Object(s)
It was probably 10,000 miles away, A little smaller than the smallest star visible with the naked eye. I'm guessing 50-100' in diameter
Object(s) & Altitude
Description of Area / Surroundings
Out in the Country
Full Description & Details
Occasionally I look up and see a light traveling at impossible speeds. But the light travels in one direction and usually disappears (shooting star/falling asteroid [my guess]).
This time when I looked up I saw a light moving from the South going North. The light was way out in space traveling at least several 1000 miles per second. The light pulled a 90 degree corner (no stopping, with no loss in speed) and then headed west.
It is difficult to explain the motion. If you move your hand from right to left (about 6") then stop and move your hand strait up 6". Now imagine these two motions without stopping or loss in speed, I am a little baffled at the motion. I don't think it is in the laws of the Universe.
The whole sighting lasted less than a 3 seconds. The light traveled about 1/6 of the sky that I could see (South to North). When it headed West I lost sight of it pretty quick.
All I saw was a white light. Size is hard to say, it was way out in space maybe 50-100' in diameter. It was much smaller than most of the stars but just as bright as the brightest stars. I figure some important telescope must have got that one. With the distance traveled and being visible with the naked eye, it was pretty hard to miss.
It could have been two shooting stars, but for one to disappear and another one take its place instantaneously going in another direction at the exact same location that doesn't seem possible either...
Can sighting be explained as any conventional man-made or natural object?
Views on UFOs, before and after sighting
Well i think there is something out there, but I don't believe the US of A has UFO's at Area 51. If they actually do, well give me the money and I will engineer and build military aircraft that could handle anything the US of A has 20:1
Reported Sighting? No
Name: Frank Peters
Your Location: Canada