Location of Sighting: Deltona, Florida
Date of Sighting: December 31, 2017
Time of Sighting: 8:12 PM EST
Description: Happy New Year. We invested in a cheap telescope about 2 months ago. My fiancé and I love to watch the skies. Tonight it was a bit after 9 PM
and I saw a red light come from the ground and go up into the skies and disappear. It was not fireworks and not a plane. I have captured 2 photographs on my Nikkon. I would love to show them to you and ask a few questions about particular things we have been watching over several weeks. We also noticed more red and orange lights last night. If interested in seeing my photos and maybe having a chat, please email me back. I am so excited to see someone else that is seeing what we are. I was beginning to think I was going crazy.
Additional Comments From Witness: Thank you for the response. Here are the pictures I took. They were taken at 8:12 PM Sunday, December 31 2017 in Deltona, Florida from my backyard. We watched it come from the ground and go up. It did not make a sound and was not fireworks. I wish I was more prepared with my camera but I still got it. Please let me know what you think.
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It looks like people are seeing and getting more an more of these balls of light on their I-phones. I wonder if anyone has bothered to contact NASA explaining what they are seeing along with showing someone at NASA what they are talking about? It would be interesting to know what some of the tech’s at NASA might have to say about these balls of light.
One would be lucky to talk to someone at NASA. I doubt if they would offer any information.