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Sighting Reports 2007

Couple Spot 2 Orbed Lights Flying Eastward Across Sky

Date of Sighting: June 19, 2007
Time of Sighting: 10:30 PM PDT
Date Sighting Reported: June 20, 2007
Duration of Sighting: About One Minute
Location of Sighting: Bellevue, Washington (Suburb to the East of Seattle)
Latitude: 47.611 Degrees North
Longitude: 122.199 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: Two
Number of Witnesses Interviewed: One
Weather: Broken Clouds at 25,000 Feet. Visibility 10 Miles.

Description (In Witness's Own Words): My wife and I were out side at about 10:30 pm. We saw 2 orbed lights moving across the sky towards the east moving in perfect formation then as fast as it came it was gone. We were able to focus on them for about a minute then they faded out of sight. We have never seen that before. Did anyone else see that?

Additional Information: In a subsequent email the witness stated that he was watching meteor showers with his wife when he sighted the lights. He said that he saw satellites in addition to the unknown lights. He described the apparent size of the lights as the size of a dime held at arm's length.

Investigator's Notes: The sky wasn't good for "star watching" on June 19 due to the broken high cloudiness. (I also live in the area and noticed mostly cloudy conditions on the evening of the sighting.) I don't believe that the witnesses saw satellites even though some satellites were visible around the time of the sighting (including the Internation Space Station). However, positions of visible satellites in the sky and the trajectory of movement do not conform with what the witnesses observed. In addition the high cloudiness would have made satellite observation difficult. I suppose that the witnesses could have seen a conventional aircraft, but for some reason they felt that this was not the case. More data is really needed to say anymore about this sighting.