Location of Sighting: Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Date of Sighting: December 13, 2020
Time of Sighting: 7:16 AM EST
Description: I looked up the morning sky and there were four green lights in a square shape. It could be nothing , but is worth reporting.
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If you put a dot in the exact center of the photo and then draw a line between the 4 lights in the sky and the bright light on the light pole> the line drawn will pass through the dot in the center and you will find a +/- equal distance between the light on the pole to the dot in the middle and the same +/- equal distance between the 4 lights in the sky and the dot in the middle. The lights in the sky are in the correct position for a lens flare reflection of the bright light on the pole. Get the witness to tell you the street location of the light pole to check on Google Earth. I predict you will see 4 lights on the pole matching light pattern in the sky. Individual pole lights not seen due to over exposure. The 4 light pattern is consistent with 4 light patterns on some parking lot light poles. The green color is probably a chromatic aberration. The light pattern could also be a reflection on a car windshield if shot inside a car?
Example > https://oesolutions.net/led-lighting/led-parking-lot-lights/
Thanks for your comments and analysis. I was pretty sure that it was a lens flare. The witness seemed to indicate that he saw the object, but I believe he found it in the photo.