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Sighting Reports 2007

Two Witness Blue Oval Light With Dark Center Streak Across Sky

Reconstruction Based on Witness Description
Drawing of Object Based Upon Witness Description

Date of Sighting: June 12, 2007
Time of Sighting: 2:05 AM PDT
Date Sighting Reported: June 13, 2007
Duration of Sighting: Four Seconds
Location of Sighting: Beaverton, Oregon (Suburb a Few Miles W. of Downtown Portland)
Latitude: 45.29 Degrees North
Longitude: 122.8 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: Two
Number of Witnesses Interviewed: One
Weather: Few Clouds at 5,000 feet and High Clouds Above 12,000 feet. Visibility 10 Miles. (Witness Stated That Skies Were Clear.)

Description: My name is S (blanked out to preserve anonymity of witness). Last night at about 2:05 am I was outside on our balcony with my mom and we were talking about stars and I looked up and saw a light glowing blue in an oval shape with a dark center appear. It traveled extremely fast across a small part of the sky and didnt leave a trail or anyhitng and just disappeared! We both saw it, but have no idea as to what it could be? I was wondering if you've seen any more in our area, we're located in Beaverton Oregon. Thank you.

Second Report by Witness (In Response to Investigator Questions):

1. What was the direction of movement of the light?
The light was moving SouthEast

2. How did you lose sight of the sight? (Did it disappear in the sky or did pass behind trees, the horizon, or other obstructions, etc)?
I lost the light by it dissappearing. I mean it was there and I was staring right at it and it just disappeared!

3. About how long did you observe the light?
Only for a few seconds maybe 4 seconds at the longest. It seemed like it had come out of some sort of hole in the sky. I don't know it sounds weird, but then it went "right back in."

4. What was the size of the light? (Compare to the size of a full moon or a conventional object held at arm's length like a dime, thumbnail, etc.)
T this was definatly bigger than a star. I would say about the length of a 50 cent piece if held upright and maybe a nickle in height. It was an oval disc shape.

Investigator's Notes: I am not sure what the witnesses saw. The object could have been a meteor, but meteors don't normally glow blue. A satellite is also an unlikely explanation.

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