Description: At about 11.20 PM on March 13 2015 I noticed a hazy patch of light in the northwest sector of the overcast sky, at an angle of approximately 35 to 45 degrees above the horizon. I thought at first it was the moon, but realized immediately that it could not be. Then I thought it might be the landing lights of an aircraft. The brightness increased as the object(s) slowly descended vertically through the overcast. When the object(s) emerged from the haze this is what I saw: Six spheres (I have no idea what size – it was dark and I had no visual references) arranged in three pairs. The pairs were arranged in vertical ladder fashion (top pair, middle pair, bottom pair), were more or less reddish orange in color and seemed not to blink, but to vary a bit in intensity. I kept my eye on them as they slowly descended, and simultaneously reached for my high powered binoculars which I use to view the moon. As I was doing this they vanished instantly. They just blinked out. I waited and watched for some time afterwards to see if anything further would happen, but there was nothing. The whole episode from first sighting to disappearance was no more than 10 to at most fifteen seconds. I would like to know if anyone else saw this phenomenon. They were certainly not aircraft lights. They were certainly not strangely illuminated balloons. Their instant disappearance is baffling. I am no believer in alien spacecraft, so I assume there is a rational explanation for what I saw.
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