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Marc Marc from Brisbane wrote on 7 February 2020 at 11:51 am:
Lot's of confusion on social media.... everything is UFO's. Look the example of Ellon Musk's satellites.... people need to understand and research before claiming it. Too many satellites being called UFOS's now... Just go to https://www.heavens-above.com/ and you will be able to choose a date and time and if you have a good binoculars, you can spot tens, sometimes hundreds of them nightly. Photography skills are also a must.... too many long exposure or wrong settings claiming fantastic ilusions created by their own minds.... We need to skill up... it's the only way to form a credible and strong group with real material and evidence..... no white noise... too many around... Cheers Marc
Lot's of confusion on social media.... everything is UFO's. Look the example of Ellon Musk's satellites.... people need to understand and research before claiming it. Too many satellites being called UFOS's now... Just go to https://www.heavens-above.com/ and you will be able to choose a date and time and if you have a good binoculars, you can spot tens, sometimes hundreds of them nightly. Photography skills are also a must.... too many long exposure or wrong settings claiming fantastic ilusions created by their own minds.... We need to skill up... it's the only way to form a credible and strong group with real material and evidence..... no white noise... too many around... Cheers Marc
Columbus Columbus from Sussex inlet wrote on 3 February 2020 at 6:54 pm:
From Caves beach, Booderee NP (Jervis Bay ACT) looking south towards Ulladulla at about 22:10 on Saturday 1st February 2020 we saw a straight line of about a dozen glowing red lights the size of stars but slightly duller from the horizon extending vertically almost straight up to approximately 50 or 60 degrees (from horizon being 0...I'm not an astrologer). We then noticed they were slowly ascending to approx. 55 degrees before fading away. I would assume they were a few 100 km away from how slow they were moving. They did not resemble the "plane windows" reported the few days before in the local area. There were 3 witnesses in our group and more up the beach who saw the same thing. The lights were a dark red, not orange or white and slightly smaller than most stars out that night.
From Caves beach, Booderee NP (Jervis Bay ACT) looking south towards Ulladulla at about 22:10 on Saturday 1st February 2020 we saw a straight line of about a dozen glowing red lights the size of stars but slightly duller from the horizon extending vertically almost straight up to approximately 50 or 60 degrees (from horizon being 0...I'm not an astrologer). We then noticed they were slowly ascending to approx. 55 degrees before fading away. I would assume they were a few 100 km away from how slow they were moving. They did not resemble the "plane windows" reported the few days before in the local area. There were 3 witnesses in our group and more up the beach who saw the same thing. The lights were a dark red, not orange or white and slightly smaller than most stars out that night.
John Warosa John Warosa from SAntiago Chile wrote on 3 February 2020 at 10:47 am:
I saw a UFO in the country here. Is it me or UFO sightings are getting more common? Are we close to the apocalypse? meandmyelvis4@gmail.com
I saw a UFO in the country here. Is it me or UFO sightings are getting more common? Are we close to the apocalypse? meandmyelvis4@gmail.com
Rob Rob from Caroline springs melbourne vic wrote on 2 February 2020 at 5:30 am:
Hi very intrigued with the stars
Hi very intrigued with the stars
D MARK D MARK from Fishermans reach wrote on 31 January 2020 at 7:43 pm:
This morning around 5 am I looked up to see a long trail of small white lights moving across the sky. Can someone please tell me what that was. I am so pleased other people saw the same thing. It was amazing. Look very much forward to hearing back what it may have been.
This morning around 5 am I looked up to see a long trail of small white lights moving across the sky. Can someone please tell me what that was. I am so pleased other people saw the same thing. It was amazing. Look very much forward to hearing back what it may have been.
Robert Brown Robert Brown from Caringbah South wrote on 31 January 2020 at 6:21 pm:
Hi All.... Anyone that say the bright lights on the 30th, please see my post below. I have a link to the video of it. It was unbelievable.
Hi All.... Anyone that say the bright lights on the 30th, please see my post below. I have a link to the video of it. It was unbelievable.
Kazz Kazz from Port Macquarie NSW wrote on 31 January 2020 at 6:04 pm:
Hi Garry, yes I saw the lights too in Port Macquarie's sky this morning at 5:25am. Apparently it was SpaceX launching satellites for its Starlink satellite internet constellation. Check out the video at https://7news.com.au/entertainment/viral-weird/stargazers-witness-strange-ufo-lights-moving-in-straight-line-across-nsw-skies-c-672978
Hi Garry, yes I saw the lights too in Port Macquarie's sky this morning at 5:25am. Apparently it was SpaceX launching satellites for its Starlink satellite internet constellation. Check out the video at https://7news.com.au/entertainment/viral-weird/stargazers-witness-strange-ufo-lights-moving-in-straight-line-across-nsw-skies-c-672978
Jon Jon from Bendigo wrote on 31 January 2020 at 4:14 pm:
I was travelling from Bendigo to Melbourne airport to collect my brother from the airport. At 5.20am I was travelling south on the freeway an caught something in my peripheral vision that at first I thought was a reflection from a vehicle behind me. I slowed down as I thought this may be an aircraft at low altitude. The sky was completely clear of cloud and pitch black. Stars were highly visible. The object was travelling in a South west direction and appeared as a line of bright white lights that resembled aircraft windows. There was no sign of any navigation lights or cockpit windows or evidence of wings blocking out any of the string of lights. I could not make out any shape but stopped on the freeway as the object continued to move slowly across my field of view. Height was I would say a few thousand feet. I went to get my camera but as I got ready the object disappeared from view. No sound could be heard above the sound of the freeway. Interesting other vehicles had also slowed down to view it and my brothers flight was on a totally unusual flight path that took it across to Perth and along the coast to Melbourne rather than coming across Broome and down over Bendigo. I was interested in the other comments re views from Sydney on the same date 30th Jan 2020. If they also saw the same object wouldn't that indicate it was immense in size? Also why divert air flights along the coast and not use the normal flight paths. One final thing there are usually several flights coming in at that time of morning that you can see on the drive down. There were none on that morning. Very interesting sighting.
I was travelling from Bendigo to Melbourne airport to collect my brother from the airport. At 5.20am I was travelling south on the freeway an caught something in my peripheral vision that at first I thought was a reflection from a vehicle behind me. I slowed down as I thought this may be an aircraft at low altitude. The sky was completely clear of cloud and pitch black. Stars were highly visible. The object was travelling in a South west direction and appeared as a line of bright white lights that resembled aircraft windows. There was no sign of any navigation lights or cockpit windows or evidence of wings blocking out any of the string of lights. I could not make out any shape but stopped on the freeway as the object continued to move slowly across my field of view. Height was I would say a few thousand feet. I went to get my camera but as I got ready the object disappeared from view. No sound could be heard above the sound of the freeway. Interesting other vehicles had also slowed down to view it and my brothers flight was on a totally unusual flight path that took it across to Perth and along the coast to Melbourne rather than coming across Broome and down over Bendigo. I was interested in the other comments re views from Sydney on the same date 30th Jan 2020. If they also saw the same object wouldn't that indicate it was immense in size? Also why divert air flights along the coast and not use the normal flight paths. One final thing there are usually several flights coming in at that time of morning that you can see on the drive down. There were none on that morning. Very interesting sighting.
Garry Garry from Port macquarie wrote on 31 January 2020 at 5:56 am:
Did anyone witness the stream of white lights in the east a bit after 5 am this morning 31st Jan. Seemed like dozens of lights together and then tapered of to only a few, but all were in a straight line descending at about 30 to 40 degrees. Any ideas what this might have been?
Did anyone witness the stream of white lights in the east a bit after 5 am this morning 31st Jan. Seemed like dozens of lights together and then tapered of to only a few, but all were in a straight line descending at about 30 to 40 degrees. Any ideas what this might have been?
Peter Peter from Sydney wrote on 30 January 2020 at 10:52 pm:
Can you please tell me if witnesses have seen this red looking UFO in the (City CBD) and it’s strange how I’ve seen it in my area (north east). I was driving in the afternoon around 7pm at night, I had a look up as I was getting onto the Anzac bridge, I spotted a red star looking UFO just sitting there in the night sky, observing and like it was analysing the city?? One other night at my house, I’m sitting down chilling out side with my close family and relatives, I look up and there it is again! observing and hovering over the infrastructure/business district!?
Can you please tell me if witnesses have seen this red looking UFO in the (City CBD) and it’s strange how I’ve seen it in my area (north east). I was driving in the afternoon around 7pm at night, I had a look up as I was getting onto the Anzac bridge, I spotted a red star looking UFO just sitting there in the night sky, observing and like it was analysing the city?? One other night at my house, I’m sitting down chilling out side with my close family and relatives, I look up and there it is again! observing and hovering over the infrastructure/business district!?
B. B. from Orange NSW wrote on 30 January 2020 at 3:39 pm:
At approximately 5:10 a.m. on Thursday 30th January I happened to look up to the east and saw a thin string of lights, too long to be an aeroplane and there were no red wing lights blinking on and off. I pointed it out to my husband and we watched it for about 30 seconds before it seemed to turn and then disappeared.
At approximately 5:10 a.m. on Thursday 30th January I happened to look up to the east and saw a thin string of lights, too long to be an aeroplane and there were no red wing lights blinking on and off. I pointed it out to my husband and we watched it for about 30 seconds before it seemed to turn and then disappeared.
Alex Alex from Nowra wrote on 30 January 2020 at 12:00 pm:
On 30.01.20 at 5:21 am on Culburra beach outside the surf club I sore what looked like a string of light but it looked like there were part of one big "thing". The "thing" got closer then slowly moved away into the horizon.... Its something like I have NEVER SEEN BEFORE!!! it made NO sound and just cruzed across the sky!
On 30.01.20 at 5:21 am on Culburra beach outside the surf club I sore what looked like a string of light but it looked like there were part of one big "thing". The "thing" got closer then slowly moved away into the horizon.... Its something like I have NEVER SEEN BEFORE!!! it made NO sound and just cruzed across the sky!
Carol Carol from Myrtleford wrote on 30 January 2020 at 11:10 am:
About 5.20 am on Thursday 30 January 2020, I observed a weird object in the sky. This object moved at the speed of the ISS, but it was very long and rectangular with a series of lights. It reminded me of a LSD light bar on a vehicle. It was moving west to east. It was very clear, but by the time I got my husband out to look at it, it was quite a distance away, but he could still discern the shape.
About 5.20 am on Thursday 30 January 2020, I observed a weird object in the sky. This object moved at the speed of the ISS, but it was very long and rectangular with a series of lights. It reminded me of a LSD light bar on a vehicle. It was moving west to east. It was very clear, but by the time I got my husband out to look at it, it was quite a distance away, but he could still discern the shape.
Peter Hamill Peter Hamill from Sydney wrote on 30 January 2020 at 8:27 am:
At just after 5am on 30 Jan 2020, I was in a park on Brighton Rd, Croydon, Sydney 2132 and noticed a long straight line of bright lights - approx a dozen - travelling at similar speeds you'd expect from a plane from south to north, possibly along the coast. There was no sign of wings, or wing/tail lights. It's hard to estimate the size, distance etc, however I'd estimate the length to be three to four times the length of an air-plane. The lights were much bigger brighter than air plane wing lights maybe 3x or 4x the size - although it's hard to gauge the size or how high they were in the clear pre-dawn sky. The lights in the sky were travelling at a different angle to planes landing or tacking off at Mascot airport. You don't see the internal lights shining through the windows on the air planes I see at that time of day, or in planes travelling higher up who are travelling past Sydney airport - I'm fairly certain it was not a regular plane. Unfortunately I didn't have my phone/camera on me at the time to record it.
At just after 5am on 30 Jan 2020, I was in a park on Brighton Rd, Croydon, Sydney 2132 and noticed a long straight line of bright lights - approx a dozen - travelling at similar speeds you'd expect from a plane from south to north, possibly along the coast. There was no sign of wings, or wing/tail lights. It's hard to estimate the size, distance etc, however I'd estimate the length to be three to four times the length of an air-plane. The lights were much bigger brighter than air plane wing lights maybe 3x or 4x the size - although it's hard to gauge the size or how high they were in the clear pre-dawn sky. The lights in the sky were travelling at a different angle to planes landing or tacking off at Mascot airport. You don't see the internal lights shining through the windows on the air planes I see at that time of day, or in planes travelling higher up who are travelling past Sydney airport - I'm fairly certain it was not a regular plane. Unfortunately I didn't have my phone/camera on me at the time to record it.
Ellie Ellie from Shepparton wrote on 30 January 2020 at 6:39 am:
30/1/2020 approx 5:20am Driving to work this morning I looked up and noticed a strange row of lights at about a 30° angle in the sky. For a moment I thought it was caused from a light on my dash, but it wasn't. Definately in the sky. I only saw it for a few minutes before the road curved and it was out of view. I wish I took a photo!!
30/1/2020 approx 5:20am Driving to work this morning I looked up and noticed a strange row of lights at about a 30° angle in the sky. For a moment I thought it was caused from a light on my dash, but it wasn't. Definately in the sky. I only saw it for a few minutes before the road curved and it was out of view. I wish I took a photo!!
Rob Rob from Caringbah, Sydney wrote on 30 January 2020 at 6:15 am:
Same as Stephen below, I saw a white light traveling at about 30 deg angle. At first I thought it was a plane's contrail, then realised the light was staying the same size. It was travelling from South to North. I was able to video it. Here is a link to that video: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AnYsouB2bsg-gZFgRoHcV6MPbQnyHQ?e=GDqODX
Same as Stephen below, I saw a white light traveling at about 30 deg angle. At first I thought it was a plane's contrail, then realised the light was staying the same size. It was travelling from South to North. I was able to video it. Here is a link to that video: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AnYsouB2bsg-gZFgRoHcV6MPbQnyHQ?e=GDqODX
Stephen waddell Stephen waddell from Turondale wrote on 27 January 2020 at 4:15 pm:
It was around 10.00 pm on 24 JAN 2020. Closing my shed door I saw a white light traveling at a 30 deg angle. I was thinking it must be a car going up the hill. Then a split second they were big red light truck size in diameter. It came low level across the hill then making a sharp right turn in the direction of the car? So I thought than both were gone. I looked on for 10 mins - nothing. Next morning I looked across where I thought I saw the car? Could not see for trees in the way.
It was around 10.00 pm on 24 JAN 2020. Closing my shed door I saw a white light traveling at a 30 deg angle. I was thinking it must be a car going up the hill. Then a split second they were big red light truck size in diameter. It came low level across the hill then making a sharp right turn in the direction of the car? So I thought than both were gone. I looked on for 10 mins - nothing. Next morning I looked across where I thought I saw the car? Could not see for trees in the way.
Peter Peter from Mornington wrote on 24 January 2020 at 2:22 pm:
Approximately between 0425 and 0430 this morning the 24th of January 2020 I first observed what I thought was two satellites on the same path (West to East) and pointed it out to my two work mates, we all then observed a string of what we don’t know what all at what seemed the same height, all roughly the same distance apart, and all traveling in a single line west to east. We counted at least 40! One mate videoed a portion of it, I tried but it mines pretty crappy. I’ve been trying to find stories on it all day but with no luck, just can’t explain it.
Approximately between 0425 and 0430 this morning the 24th of January 2020 I first observed what I thought was two satellites on the same path (West to East) and pointed it out to my two work mates, we all then observed a string of what we don’t know what all at what seemed the same height, all roughly the same distance apart, and all traveling in a single line west to east. We counted at least 40! One mate videoed a portion of it, I tried but it mines pretty crappy. I’ve been trying to find stories on it all day but with no luck, just can’t explain it.
Jason collins Jason collins from Melbourne Australia wrote on 24 January 2020 at 5:21 am:
Did anyone else see those string of lights going across the sky at 4:30am. There was dozens in a perfectly straight line!! Evenly spaced. Perfect harmony. !!WTF. Lasted bout 15 mins.
Did anyone else see those string of lights going across the sky at 4:30am. There was dozens in a perfectly straight line!! Evenly spaced. Perfect harmony. !!WTF. Lasted bout 15 mins.
A.S A.S from BELLINGEN wrote on 15 January 2020 at 9:31 am:
This morning at 04:30 one white light at a time, I observed and counted 15 of them in steady intervals. As soon as a light deemed, another appeared. Seems to be heading in a northerly direction and observed to be over to the east. After the 15th have been observed, the cloud cover thickened and visibility deteriorated fast.
This morning at 04:30 one white light at a time, I observed and counted 15 of them in steady intervals. As soon as a light deemed, another appeared. Seems to be heading in a northerly direction and observed to be over to the east. After the 15th have been observed, the cloud cover thickened and visibility deteriorated fast.