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Bizzi Bizzi from Dubbo, NSW Australia wrote on 17 May 2020 at 4:22 pm:
* at 7pm Saturday May 16, 2020 * UFO 🛸 sighting we (4 adults) were literally standing around the fire talking about UFO’s when a series of three lights in succession crossed the horizon, east to west. They were bright orange, silent and travelling with propulsion. Possibly 100 mts, almost directly, above us. At first we thought a helicopter was coming directly towards us, but as they got closer we realised they were silent. They were glowing the colour of fire orange, not very big balls of light. They travelled in exactly the same path about 2-3 minutes apart. * I tried to video the 2nd @ 3rd passings on the phone but the images are disappointing. We are all witnesses to something we cannot explain!!
* at 7pm Saturday May 16, 2020 * UFO 🛸 sighting we (4 adults) were literally standing around the fire talking about UFO’s when a series of three lights in succession crossed the horizon, east to west. They were bright orange, silent and travelling with propulsion. Possibly 100 mts, almost directly, above us. At first we thought a helicopter was coming directly towards us, but as they got closer we realised they were silent. They were glowing the colour of fire orange, not very big balls of light. They travelled in exactly the same path about 2-3 minutes apart. * I tried to video the 2nd @ 3rd passings on the phone but the images are disappointing. We are all witnesses to something we cannot explain!!
Nina Nina from Sydney wrote on 14 May 2020 at 11:12 pm:
I was looking out a skylight above my house entrance door. I saw what looked like a bright star. A few seconds after I spotted it, it turned even brighter (flash light bright), and started moving. All of sudden it turned into three vertical flashing red lights, moving down as if falling from the sky (at that moment I thought fireworks?), but then it made a 90 degree turn (to my left) and wooshed away disappearing completely! That was on 14/5/2020 over Sydney at around 10:55 pm.
I was looking out a skylight above my house entrance door. I saw what looked like a bright star. A few seconds after I spotted it, it turned even brighter (flash light bright), and started moving. All of sudden it turned into three vertical flashing red lights, moving down as if falling from the sky (at that moment I thought fireworks?), but then it made a 90 degree turn (to my left) and wooshed away disappearing completely! That was on 14/5/2020 over Sydney at around 10:55 pm.
Michelle Michelle from Young nsw wrote on 12 May 2020 at 6:36 am:
At 6am this morning I witnessed a slow procession of star-sized lights heading roughly from south to north. All were well spaced apart following a straight line, though it appeared some moved or weaved slightly. Strangely many of them seemed to flare up or brighten for a second as the continued their path. This went on for ages!
At 6am this morning I witnessed a slow procession of star-sized lights heading roughly from south to north. All were well spaced apart following a straight line, though it appeared some moved or weaved slightly. Strangely many of them seemed to flare up or brighten for a second as the continued their path. This went on for ages!
Rodney MITCHELL Rodney MITCHELL from Kempsey wrote on 11 May 2020 at 4:55 pm:
Watched a metallic, round object about 20 degrees in the east off NSW Mid North Coast around 1:30 pm. Travelling North East. Same momentum as a "satellite". At 3.30 pm had 2 x C 130 Hercules pass over head and separate in different directions and at 4.00 pm approx. had a F 18 fly over in two formations. No sign of metallic orb since and have not had any military air craft fly over for last hour.
Watched a metallic, round object about 20 degrees in the east off NSW Mid North Coast around 1:30 pm. Travelling North East. Same momentum as a "satellite". At 3.30 pm had 2 x C 130 Hercules pass over head and separate in different directions and at 4.00 pm approx. had a F 18 fly over in two formations. No sign of metallic orb since and have not had any military air craft fly over for last hour.
Tony Tony from Brisbane wrote on 11 May 2020 at 2:34 pm:
Note to Kerry from Nowra. I also saw the lights around 5am, I counted to see 7 then a longer space between the last 3. East direction,as bright as a star, no sound, much closer than a satellite to us, exactly some direction, same speed and went behind clouds, lasted around a good 3-5 mins.
Note to Kerry from Nowra. I also saw the lights around 5am, I counted to see 7 then a longer space between the last 3. East direction,as bright as a star, no sound, much closer than a satellite to us, exactly some direction, same speed and went behind clouds, lasted around a good 3-5 mins.
Ben Ben from Brisbane wrote on 9 May 2020 at 2:29 pm:
I went to bed really late, 4:50 am. I was sitting in bed trying to fall asleep when I saw a moving light in the sky, the size of a star. It was moving along at a slow pace. I thought is was just a satellite, but then more and more started to appear, all in a line all the same length apart from each other. I was so confused. They kept coming, there must have been at least 60. I have no idea what this was.
I went to bed really late, 4:50 am. I was sitting in bed trying to fall asleep when I saw a moving light in the sky, the size of a star. It was moving along at a slow pace. I thought is was just a satellite, but then more and more started to appear, all in a line all the same length apart from each other. I was so confused. They kept coming, there must have been at least 60. I have no idea what this was.
Geoff Geoff from Branxton wrote on 7 May 2020 at 2:30 pm:
HI at 5.30am on the 6th May I looked up to the sky south / south west looking for the meteor shower, and then came what looked like a star travelling about the same speed as the space station, and then came another one and then probably about 20 more. All the same speed and in the same trajectory, except the fourth one there was a bigger gap, and then there was another one that looked closer. And then all went over to north east and I lost sight of them. What ever they were. Same as what you saw Kerrie from Nowra.
HI at 5.30am on the 6th May I looked up to the sky south / south west looking for the meteor shower, and then came what looked like a star travelling about the same speed as the space station, and then came another one and then probably about 20 more. All the same speed and in the same trajectory, except the fourth one there was a bigger gap, and then there was another one that looked closer. And then all went over to north east and I lost sight of them. What ever they were. Same as what you saw Kerrie from Nowra.
John John from Sutherland wrote on 6 May 2020 at 7:05 pm:
Affirmative on kerrys post from nowra, with a slight dig I have found that it may just be the SPACE X STARLIGHT TRAIN, which are those strange lights that go at the same trajectory in a complete straight line, they have been releasing these for 2 years now and have recently just launched 60. I seen these lights today 6th may 2020 and will be having a look tomorrow roughly the same time.
Affirmative on kerrys post from nowra, with a slight dig I have found that it may just be the SPACE X STARLIGHT TRAIN, which are those strange lights that go at the same trajectory in a complete straight line, they have been releasing these for 2 years now and have recently just launched 60. I seen these lights today 6th may 2020 and will be having a look tomorrow roughly the same time.
L Gamage L Gamage from Kellyville wrote on 6 May 2020 at 12:44 pm:
At 5:10 am today 6th May 2020, our family was looking for a meteor shower then we saw a number of objects around 15 ( looks like satellites) moving from the SW to NE in a straight line and I got a photo. They were spaced mainly equally apart ( a few were closer together). I checked then we thought it may be a train of satellites but we aren't sure. Please reconfirm what are these objects?
At 5:10 am today 6th May 2020, our family was looking for a meteor shower then we saw a number of objects around 15 ( looks like satellites) moving from the SW to NE in a straight line and I got a photo. They were spaced mainly equally apart ( a few were closer together). I checked then we thought it may be a train of satellites but we aren't sure. Please reconfirm what are these objects?
Paul Paul from Clovelly wrote on 6 May 2020 at 10:30 am:
At about 5:30 am was looking out for meteors when I noticed what I thought initially was a satellite moving across the night sky, south west to north east. As I tracked it's movement I noticed another about 1.5 seconds behind on the same path. It was followed by about another 15 shiny objects in a conga line. No aircraft noise was audible. Could have been military jets at high altitude on an exercise maybe?
At about 5:30 am was looking out for meteors when I noticed what I thought initially was a satellite moving across the night sky, south west to north east. As I tracked it's movement I noticed another about 1.5 seconds behind on the same path. It was followed by about another 15 shiny objects in a conga line. No aircraft noise was audible. Could have been military jets at high altitude on an exercise maybe?
Scott f Scott f from Sydney wrote on 6 May 2020 at 6:07 am:
I just video and photographed a series of lights heading off Sydney whilst looking for the Swan meteor. The lights were moving in a strait line and the same distance apart. This continued for 7 minutes. All the lights were heading in the same direction and had the same spacing. Not sure what it was, but my son and I videoed this event . Lost for works. It looked very similar to a rocket attack heading out.
I just video and photographed a series of lights heading off Sydney whilst looking for the Swan meteor. The lights were moving in a strait line and the same distance apart. This continued for 7 minutes. All the lights were heading in the same direction and had the same spacing. Not sure what it was, but my son and I videoed this event . Lost for works. It looked very similar to a rocket attack heading out.
Kerry Kerry from Nowra wrote on 5 May 2020 at 8:30 am:
At 5:30 am today 5th May 2020, I was outside looking for a meteor shower when I saw something move from the south. Not long after a 2nd & third appeared following the same trajectory and the same distance between them. They looked like stars, no tails. I thought that was the end until a 4th one appeared over the trees and they continued until there was at least twenty! The only anomaly was the 4th which created a larger space after the third. I was on my own and have never seen anything like it. There was no noise and I watched them until there went behind the clouds, but I still had a good 150 degree view.
At 5:30 am today 5th May 2020, I was outside looking for a meteor shower when I saw something move from the south. Not long after a 2nd & third appeared following the same trajectory and the same distance between them. They looked like stars, no tails. I thought that was the end until a 4th one appeared over the trees and they continued until there was at least twenty! The only anomaly was the 4th which created a larger space after the third. I was on my own and have never seen anything like it. There was no noise and I watched them until there went behind the clouds, but I still had a good 150 degree view.
James James from Nowra wrote on 3 May 2020 at 5:23 pm:
I was working in my backyard in the September of 2016, when I became aware that the birds and insects had become abruptly quiet. I looked at the sky to see if there were any hawks circling overhead, all I saw was what initially appeared to be a plastic bag high up, glinting as it caught the sun and was pushed along by the wind, I gave it only scant attention and went back to my chores. After a few moments I recognised that it was still eerily quiet, so I scanned the sky again, thinking there had to be a predator hunting above our patch of Jervis Bay. Again the plastic bag caught my eyes, as it sparked brilliant, I then realised that it was moving against the wind (in an east-west direction), so it caught my interest and I afforded it closer inspection. As I trained my eyes on it, it came to a halt (over what I estimated might have been Sussex inlet) and while it was high up, I got a shock to realise that it was a cylindrical object, for the main part it appeared translucent and it was gyrating end over end. The sparking glint was emanating from a light at one end. After a moment in began to move again slowly, heading west before it changed direction and came towards me in the north east. When it was almost directly overhead, it stopped again and I was able to observe small white dots (which I presumed were birds mobbing it). It seemed to be under control and I wondered whether it was some kind of military drone. As soon as I thought that, the anomaly tumbled leaf like into the east and was soon lost to view. Almost immediately the lorikeets and cicadas... Read more
I was working in my backyard in the September of 2016, when I became aware that the birds and insects had become abruptly quiet. I looked at the sky to see if there were any hawks circling overhead, all I saw was what initially appeared to be a plastic bag high up, glinting as it caught the sun and was pushed along by the wind, I gave it only scant attention and went back to my chores. After a few moments I recognised that it was still eerily quiet, so I scanned the sky again, thinking there had to be a predator hunting above our patch of Jervis Bay. Again the plastic bag caught my eyes, as it sparked brilliant, I then realised that it was moving against the wind (in an east-west direction), so it caught my interest and I afforded it closer inspection. As I trained my eyes on it, it came to a halt (over what I estimated might have been Sussex inlet) and while it was high up, I got a shock to realise that it was a cylindrical object, for the main part it appeared translucent and it was gyrating end over end. The sparking glint was emanating from a light at one end. After a moment in began to move again slowly, heading west before it changed direction and came towards me in the north east. When it was almost directly overhead, it stopped again and I was able to observe small white dots (which I presumed were birds mobbing it). It seemed to be under control and I wondered whether it was some kind of military drone. As soon as I thought that, the anomaly tumbled leaf like into the east and was soon lost to view. Almost immediately the lorikeets and cicadas became vocal once again. After several days pondering the observation, I tendered a report to MUFON.
Ben Ben from Tuggerah wrote on 30 April 2020 at 11:58 pm:
6 nights ago I saw a star like UFO move across the sky and disappear into space followed by 3 more of the same description and behaviour, they were moving at incredible speeds and were extremely high up and seemed to just zoom backwards towards space at the same spot. I’ve now seen multiple people in my area as in central coast, greater hunter have seen the same thing quite recently. Very peculiar.
6 nights ago I saw a star like UFO move across the sky and disappear into space followed by 3 more of the same description and behaviour, they were moving at incredible speeds and were extremely high up and seemed to just zoom backwards towards space at the same spot. I’ve now seen multiple people in my area as in central coast, greater hunter have seen the same thing quite recently. Very peculiar.
Tony Tony from Riverstone wrote on 27 April 2020 at 7:28 pm:
Anzac day 2020 sitting out side with family around the fire 7-7.30 pm looking up at the clear night sky and star sized lights were moving directly above us evenly distanced from one another and then at a certain point disappearing where as satellites would just keep on moving and these moving objects were brighter than a satellite. Also we saw a about a dozen then it all stopped. No more moving lights. It was witnessed by 5 of us and we are all still scratching our heads as to how at that certain point they disappeared.
Anzac day 2020 sitting out side with family around the fire 7-7.30 pm looking up at the clear night sky and star sized lights were moving directly above us evenly distanced from one another and then at a certain point disappearing where as satellites would just keep on moving and these moving objects were brighter than a satellite. Also we saw a about a dozen then it all stopped. No more moving lights. It was witnessed by 5 of us and we are all still scratching our heads as to how at that certain point they disappeared.
John John from Coffs Harbour wrote on 24 April 2020 at 7:15 pm:
We'll finally I see that others have seen these bright lights moving in the sky in a perfect straight line . At 3.30ish on the morning of Xmas Eve 2019 I returned to the boat ramp after fishing same time as another fellow and we both noticed about a dozen or so bright lights seeming to be about 10 to 15000 feet high all moving west to east over the ocean at same speed horizontally . What we saw next was bizarre . More continued to drop vertically at great speed from high in the atmosphere one after another . At first a tiny faint speck of light until they reached a uniform height and levelled out horizontally following the previous one in a straight line at a uniform speed and distance apart . We watched about another 7 or 8 do this until the last one seemed to straggle offline from the side and join them leaving about 20 in a perfect line heading out to sea . No way were these satellites or falling space debris .
We'll finally I see that others have seen these bright lights moving in the sky in a perfect straight line . At 3.30ish on the morning of Xmas Eve 2019 I returned to the boat ramp after fishing same time as another fellow and we both noticed about a dozen or so bright lights seeming to be about 10 to 15000 feet high all moving west to east over the ocean at same speed horizontally . What we saw next was bizarre . More continued to drop vertically at great speed from high in the atmosphere one after another . At first a tiny faint speck of light until they reached a uniform height and levelled out horizontally following the previous one in a straight line at a uniform speed and distance apart . We watched about another 7 or 8 do this until the last one seemed to straggle offline from the side and join them leaving about 20 in a perfect line heading out to sea . No way were these satellites or falling space debris .
Leann Launt Leann Launt from Gosford wrote on 21 April 2020 at 11:32 am:
At around 5.17 am this morning, 21st April, I saw, what I first thought was shooting star. That was followed by a number of star like lights going across the sky one after the other, firstly from one direction which looked to be coming straight down and then from the western sky across. At one point I saw what looked like a ray shooting up into the direction the lights were coming from. It was all very strange. I live in Kincumber on the NSW Central Coast.
At around 5.17 am this morning, 21st April, I saw, what I first thought was shooting star. That was followed by a number of star like lights going across the sky one after the other, firstly from one direction which looked to be coming straight down and then from the western sky across. At one point I saw what looked like a ray shooting up into the direction the lights were coming from. It was all very strange. I live in Kincumber on the NSW Central Coast.
Deano Deano from Brisbane wrote on 21 April 2020 at 11:17 am:
Group of four satellites equidistant heading from southwest to north east 5.30 am 21-4-2020. in a line. After research these must be " Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites seen streaking through sky – some thought they were UFOs" - "Part of rocket company SpaceX, based in Hawthorne, California, it aims to create a constellation of thousands of low satellites to improve internet service across the globe." - "Starlink is a project that intends to put 12,000 satellites into the Earth’s orbit so they can provide cheap WiFi to the entire world." - "Last October, it was revealed that SpaceX wants to add 30,000 Starlink broadband satellites to the 12,000 it already plans to put into orbit." Deano...
Group of four satellites equidistant heading from southwest to north east 5.30 am 21-4-2020. in a line. After research these must be " Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites seen streaking through sky – some thought they were UFOs" - "Part of rocket company SpaceX, based in Hawthorne, California, it aims to create a constellation of thousands of low satellites to improve internet service across the globe." - "Starlink is a project that intends to put 12,000 satellites into the Earth’s orbit so they can provide cheap WiFi to the entire world." - "Last October, it was revealed that SpaceX wants to add 30,000 Starlink broadband satellites to the 12,000 it already plans to put into orbit." Deano...
Garry Handford Garry Handford from Wollongong wrote on 15 April 2020 at 11:32 pm:
In 1972 I was taken aboard a craft and shown my future. I had been spotlight shooting rabbits and my motorcycle had stopped, as it needed the motor to shine the light. The rabbits that I was hunting suddenly turned towards the top of the paddock towards a bright light. Then it got interesting...I thought that it might be shooters over the hill. So, I grabbed my rifle and headed that way. Just then my rifle became heavy and my hair was standing on end. As I looked I noticed a craft hovering about 20 feet above the ground, it was unbelievabley bright. My face was burning and there were words in my head...."We mean you no harm, we have come in peace, love and understanding." I was then taken aboard and shown inside, the propulsion method etc. There was a slight noise, movement and the screen showed the Earth. There is much more to tell at another time. Garry.
In 1972 I was taken aboard a craft and shown my future. I had been spotlight shooting rabbits and my motorcycle had stopped, as it needed the motor to shine the light. The rabbits that I was hunting suddenly turned towards the top of the paddock towards a bright light. Then it got interesting...I thought that it might be shooters over the hill. So, I grabbed my rifle and headed that way. Just then my rifle became heavy and my hair was standing on end. As I looked I noticed a craft hovering about 20 feet above the ground, it was unbelievabley bright. My face was burning and there were words in my head...."We mean you no harm, we have come in peace, love and understanding." I was then taken aboard and shown inside, the propulsion method etc. There was a slight noise, movement and the screen showed the Earth. There is much more to tell at another time. Garry.
Dan Dan from Sudney wrote on 14 April 2020 at 10:17 pm:
Around 8:00pm 14/4/20 @ mona vale Sydney, saw a large red/orange light approaching from the west to east at speed then shot south to soon disappear. No nav/flashing lights just red/orange no sound and looked to come close enough to hear a normal aircraft.
Around 8:00pm 14/4/20 @ mona vale Sydney, saw a large red/orange light approaching from the west to east at speed then shot south to soon disappear. No nav/flashing lights just red/orange no sound and looked to come close enough to hear a normal aircraft.