10/28/2013 9:27:38 AM
Appearance / Description of Object(s)
Shape: orb Color: greenish glow Brightness: as bright as the stars, only green further description: small greenish glowing orb like object. it had a cloudy/hazy texture to it, with a bit of a twinkle.
Size of Object(s)
I have no Idea how close/far away it was. my best guess is that it was outer space far away. As far as size, if I stuck my arm out as far as I could and stuck my index finger up, the size was a little smaller than the fingernail. it looked like a big star, but green, with a little cloud around it.
Description of Area / Surroundings
Rural area, Just north of Stillwater MN. forests and crop fields mostly in the immediate area. but there are a couple farm houses nearby. there is a Native American research site nearby, with a small local weather station, but it's not really special. but that's what I drove past as I was viewing it.
Full Description & Details
As I was driving home last night, I noticed to the North, a small glowing green light, which resembled a tiny, burning, ghastly, cloudy orb. It did not move much, but appeared to be falling. It lasted for about 8-10 seconds before falling below the tree line, It did not start high in the sky either, it was relatively low. My cell phone picture is black, with car light reflections off the windshield, so I have no photographic proof. If you have any Idea what it may be, please let me know. The size was very small, it was as big as a very large star in the sky, but was a green glowing cloud. My brother who is a hobby astronomer, said it could have possibly been the birth or death of a star. Our conclusion, stars don't move, so I this is why I came here.
Can sighting be explained as any conventional man-made or natural object?
Views on UFOs, before and after sighting
before, I watched a couple shows on History and Discovery channel, and thought they were cool. but now after my own personal sighting, I'm beginning to think more critically about them.
If Aliens are real, why won't the government let us know?
Reported To:Brother (amateur/hobby astronomer)