Staring at the sky as i normally do on the weekends, it was a partially cloudy night with large cumulus clouds with clear breaks between the clouds. after about an hour of observation i saw the following;
a white light seemed to enter the atmosphere, directly downwards. it became brighter just as you would expect a meteor to do. it carried on down really fast and at around cloud level it stopped, the light went out, and i assumed “yep, that’s a meteor.”
after about 2 seconds or so, however, the light reappeared, as bright as any aircraft light would be but it was solid white. as soon as it reappeared it darted off to the right to the edge of a cloud, and appeared to stop again and disappear.
i didn’t see it again.
from first entering to when it stopped was around 70degs to 45 degs on the sky. when it moved the second time it travelled around 5 degs on sky.
this was my first ever unexplained sighting. i can normally put things i see in the sky down to drones, satellites, planes, helicopters, etc. this was new.
I reported a ufo earlier this week, though this sighting actually happened the day after the first.
three green (slightly blue) lights zipped across sky, heading from the north and passing from left to right (i was looking east) towards the south west. they were in a triangle formation. last time they were much faster (closer?) and turned, this time they were really high up, still in a triangle formation and the exact same three lights, but were travelling in a straight line far above the clouds.
i’ve seen this twice now, people at work, 90% of them think i’m insane or stupid, the other 10% agree that they’ve seen things they can’t explain too!
a week before my first reported sighting, i also saw a white light enter from orbit, stop for two seconds and disappear, then reappear only to move at 90 degrees to the way it came in, and it dodged behind a cloud. moved faster than any jet, and from a standing still position too! super weird.
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