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Chris Chris from Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia wrote on 14 February 2017 at 11:50 pm:
I woke and lay in bed looking out the sliding door beside my bed into the night sky while listening to the waves. I saw a triangle shape rotating clockwise horizontally and moving to the south. The altitude of the object was about 60 metres above my roof and moving slowly ten or twenty kilometers per hour. The object was black and it seemed to absorb light. I could only see the corner of the object, it therefore appeared to be over my roof. The part I could see was about 15 metres from the point to the edge of my roof. The weather was slightly hazy and cloudy. I jumped out of bed fast and quickly got outside to get a better look but the object was gone. No sound at all. I could feel an energy or vibration in the air. I felt it knew I had seen it and taken evasive action. I did not see the direction the object left, I can only assume a south or south westerly direction. I have no photographic or video evidence of this sighting.
I woke and lay in bed looking out the sliding door beside my bed into the night sky while listening to the waves. I saw a triangle shape rotating clockwise horizontally and moving to the south. The altitude of the object was about 60 metres above my roof and moving slowly ten or twenty kilometers per hour. The object was black and it seemed to absorb light. I could only see the corner of the object, it therefore appeared to be over my roof. The part I could see was about 15 metres from the point to the edge of my roof. The weather was slightly hazy and cloudy. I jumped out of bed fast and quickly got outside to get a better look but the object was gone. No sound at all. I could feel an energy or vibration in the air. I felt it knew I had seen it and taken evasive action. I did not see the direction the object left, I can only assume a south or south westerly direction. I have no photographic or video evidence of this sighting.
Steven Steven from Sydney, NSW, Australia wrote on 13 February 2017 at 2:04 pm:
At approximately 11 am on Monday, 13 February 2017 at Darling Harbour in Sydney, I noticed what appeared to be a stationary object in the sky approximately south west. The object was high and appeared to be rotating on its axis. The object looked to be vertical in length. I continued watching from a taxi boat on my way to my cruise ship. After a half hour the object disappeared. I'm wondering if any others had seen this object or know what it is?
At approximately 11 am on Monday, 13 February 2017 at Darling Harbour in Sydney, I noticed what appeared to be a stationary object in the sky approximately south west. The object was high and appeared to be rotating on its axis. The object looked to be vertical in length. I continued watching from a taxi boat on my way to my cruise ship. After a half hour the object disappeared. I'm wondering if any others had seen this object or know what it is?
Michael Bonato Michael Bonato from Cawongla, NSW, Australia wrote on 8 February 2017 at 1:46 pm:
Hi, I live in Cawongla, NSW and I was laying in bed Tuesday 31 January 2017 looking out through the trees at the stars in a south easterly direction at approximately 11.30 pm. I noticed what appeared to be a very large and very clear bright object move rapidly from the west to east. I thought this was a shooting star but then noticed it slowing down and changing course towards the ground behind the trees and then slowing down. The interesting part is without wearing glasses objects appear to have a blurry outline. This object was so bright with a clearly defined circular shape as if my eyesight was normal. Did anyone else see anything in the Northern Rivers district that night? On Sunday night, the 29 January 2017, my wife said she saw a very bright glowing object in the same direction. She thought it was the moon and dismissed it. I told her that the Moon is not in that part of the sky during summer.
Hi, I live in Cawongla, NSW and I was laying in bed Tuesday 31 January 2017 looking out through the trees at the stars in a south easterly direction at approximately 11.30 pm. I noticed what appeared to be a very large and very clear bright object move rapidly from the west to east. I thought this was a shooting star but then noticed it slowing down and changing course towards the ground behind the trees and then slowing down. The interesting part is without wearing glasses objects appear to have a blurry outline. This object was so bright with a clearly defined circular shape as if my eyesight was normal. Did anyone else see anything in the Northern Rivers district that night? On Sunday night, the 29 January 2017, my wife said she saw a very bright glowing object in the same direction. She thought it was the moon and dismissed it. I told her that the Moon is not in that part of the sky during summer.
Satya Satya from Walgett, NSW, Australia wrote on 5 February 2017 at 11:12 am:
Have been seeing many strange lights in the sky every night for the last three weeks. One night at approximately 1 am my partner and I saw a large bright orange light above the tree line. The light then dropped below the tree line on the farm. We thought it was someone with a torch. About two weeks later I was driving to the silos at the front of the farm at approximately 10 pm and saw the same orange light. It moved and danced and dropped behind the trees then faded out in the distance. Have seen it twice above the shed when the light dropped behind the shed then moved off towards the front of the farm and disappeared. Have taken many photos of the light. Often there is a light that flashes blue, orange and red. In some photos it appears to be boomerang shaped. The photos show two bright white lights and I have captured the light when it is blue.
Have been seeing many strange lights in the sky every night for the last three weeks. One night at approximately 1 am my partner and I saw a large bright orange light above the tree line. The light then dropped below the tree line on the farm. We thought it was someone with a torch. About two weeks later I was driving to the silos at the front of the farm at approximately 10 pm and saw the same orange light. It moved and danced and dropped behind the trees then faded out in the distance. Have seen it twice above the shed when the light dropped behind the shed then moved off towards the front of the farm and disappeared. Have taken many photos of the light. Often there is a light that flashes blue, orange and red. In some photos it appears to be boomerang shaped. The photos show two bright white lights and I have captured the light when it is blue.
Yvonne Yvonne from Murwillumbah, NSW, Australia wrote on 3 February 2017 at 10:11 pm:
Tonight I was outside watching the moon and to the east I saw a very bright light flashing about every 10 seconds. The light gradually moved to the east and dropped out of sight. Subsequent comment by author: This was light was thought to be a Telstra helicopter.
Tonight I was outside watching the moon and to the east I saw a very bright light flashing about every 10 seconds. The light gradually moved to the east and dropped out of sight. Subsequent comment by author: This was light was thought to be a Telstra helicopter.
Misty Misty from Jefferson wrote on 31 January 2017 at 8:13 pm:
31 January 2017 I've never seen anything like this, it's like a star but moving up and down. It moved slowly to the west and back toward the east! I have excellent vision and my brother is with me looking at the same thing! I've never seen a UFO and will be 29 years old next month. I feel like a kid with excitement!!
31 January 2017 I've never seen anything like this, it's like a star but moving up and down. It moved slowly to the west and back toward the east! I have excellent vision and my brother is with me looking at the same thing! I've never seen a UFO and will be 29 years old next month. I feel like a kid with excitement!!
Nick Nick from Cooloola Cove, Queensland, Australia wrote on 29 January 2017 at 8:56 am:
My partner and I saw a faint start flash brightly then fade four or five times it was to far up to be a chopper. Thought I saw a zipping tiny star a few seconds before this. This morning story on the news about the ISS cutting the live feed gave me goose bumps.
My partner and I saw a faint start flash brightly then fade four or five times it was to far up to be a chopper. Thought I saw a zipping tiny star a few seconds before this. This morning story on the news about the ISS cutting the live feed gave me goose bumps.
Robin Robin from South Grafton, NSW, Australia wrote on 21 January 2017 at 4:54 pm:
Did anyone see the bright orange light over Grafton and South Grafton? The light approached in from the NW passing over slightly to the south of our location. My wife and I saw this light, but we can't explain what it was.
Did anyone see the bright orange light over Grafton and South Grafton? The light approached in from the NW passing over slightly to the south of our location. My wife and I saw this light, but we can't explain what it was.
Harlz Harlz from Gawler, South Australia wrote on 14 January 2017 at 1:43 am:
A bright white light like a star, I questioned whether this was caused a plane or a drone. The light danced from side to side flying low and heading west. The duration was approximately 40 seconds.
A bright white light like a star, I questioned whether this was caused a plane or a drone. The light danced from side to side flying low and heading west. The duration was approximately 40 seconds.
adam adam from Kandos, NSW, Australia wrote on 12 January 2017 at 1:17 pm:
Last night I was in the back yard and saw a bright light that was low and I shrugged it of as a plane. Half an hour later, I went out again and it was still there. It was bright and looked like a star. I called my mum to view the light and it disappeared, as if a switch had turned it off. A few seconds later it reappeared to the left and a greater distance away. I'm in the country and on more than one occasion I've seen these lights that look like 'stars'. Usually three or four together and this is the closest one I've seen.
Last night I was in the back yard and saw a bright light that was low and I shrugged it of as a plane. Half an hour later, I went out again and it was still there. It was bright and looked like a star. I called my mum to view the light and it disappeared, as if a switch had turned it off. A few seconds later it reappeared to the left and a greater distance away. I'm in the country and on more than one occasion I've seen these lights that look like 'stars'. Usually three or four together and this is the closest one I've seen.
Darren Darren from Sydney, NSW Australia wrote on 8 January 2017 at 10:41 pm:
Friday night 6 January 2017 at approximately 22.10 pm I was at the rear of my property looking up in an easterly direction looking at the stars, from the east I noticed an object travelling at a great speed heading west. It had no lights and was dark blue grey in colour. It appeared to look like an elongated shark fin and passed by without any sound. I was trying to comprehend what I was seeing as it passed by. At a guess it was the size of a small airplane flying approximately 300 metres away and about 300 metres off the ground. As it was travelling west and heading over the roofline of my house it emitted four to five very quick bursts of light. The light pattern consisted of 30 to 40 bright white lights in a cross pattern. I then ran to the front of my house to see it travelling off west at a greater speed with no lights. Just the same stealthy blue grey colour as before. It was a clear night and the moon was not visible.
Friday night 6 January 2017 at approximately 22.10 pm I was at the rear of my property looking up in an easterly direction looking at the stars, from the east I noticed an object travelling at a great speed heading west. It had no lights and was dark blue grey in colour. It appeared to look like an elongated shark fin and passed by without any sound. I was trying to comprehend what I was seeing as it passed by. At a guess it was the size of a small airplane flying approximately 300 metres away and about 300 metres off the ground. As it was travelling west and heading over the roofline of my house it emitted four to five very quick bursts of light. The light pattern consisted of 30 to 40 bright white lights in a cross pattern. I then ran to the front of my house to see it travelling off west at a greater speed with no lights. Just the same stealthy blue grey colour as before. It was a clear night and the moon was not visible.
Mark Mark from Canberra Australia wrote on 28 December 2016 at 10:05 pm:
Circa 1995, before the days of mobile phones. I just left my mate's house to use a public phone at the Cook shops. When crossing a sporting oval I heard a faint sound of wind, almost a full hissing. My peripheral vision drew my attention to a very large, slow moving craft omitting a green glow (very similar to the novelty stars you stuck to your walls as a kid and they lit up in the dark). It flew directly over me at approximately 60 km/h and it would have only been about 50 metres above me. I watched it slowly head off in the direction of the Cook shops so I tried to keep up. I arrived at the shops, groups of strangers were captivated and began walking in a large group up the road to follow the object. It then disappeared out of sight only to reappear about seven minutes later as a light further up in the sky. It danced for only a few seconds then screamed at an incredible speed and disappeared. I can't explain why, but there was a real sense of intrigue and calm when the craft was directly above me. I had no sense of danger or panic.
Circa 1995, before the days of mobile phones. I just left my mate's house to use a public phone at the Cook shops. When crossing a sporting oval I heard a faint sound of wind, almost a full hissing. My peripheral vision drew my attention to a very large, slow moving craft omitting a green glow (very similar to the novelty stars you stuck to your walls as a kid and they lit up in the dark). It flew directly over me at approximately 60 km/h and it would have only been about 50 metres above me. I watched it slowly head off in the direction of the Cook shops so I tried to keep up. I arrived at the shops, groups of strangers were captivated and began walking in a large group up the road to follow the object. It then disappeared out of sight only to reappear about seven minutes later as a light further up in the sky. It danced for only a few seconds then screamed at an incredible speed and disappeared. I can't explain why, but there was a real sense of intrigue and calm when the craft was directly above me. I had no sense of danger or panic.
Leeanne Leeanne from Campbelltown, NSW, Australia wrote on 26 December 2016 at 9:42 am:
Last night, the 25 December 2016, my daughter (23) and I were driving along Appin Road at around 11 pm and were passing the Bradbury area. My daughter saw a bright orange light which was above a house. The light then started to move across the road. At that point I drove into the breakdown lane and observed the light moving west. It was very bright, orange with no flashing lights and silent. The light moved slowly, then faster and then disappeared. We filmed the light, but unfortunately not from the beginning. The video wasn't good quality. We are scratching our heads trying identify this object.
Last night, the 25 December 2016, my daughter (23) and I were driving along Appin Road at around 11 pm and were passing the Bradbury area. My daughter saw a bright orange light which was above a house. The light then started to move across the road. At that point I drove into the breakdown lane and observed the light moving west. It was very bright, orange with no flashing lights and silent. The light moved slowly, then faster and then disappeared. We filmed the light, but unfortunately not from the beginning. The video wasn't good quality. We are scratching our heads trying identify this object.
mick mick from Penrith, NSW, Australia wrote on 13 December 2016 at 4:07 pm:
I believe that I have a way to contact aliens. The aliens will come down and show us how to run the earth, with all we have done to the earth, and what needs to be fixed.
I believe that I have a way to contact aliens. The aliens will come down and show us how to run the earth, with all we have done to the earth, and what needs to be fixed.
Kevin Kevin from Sydney, NSW Australia wrote on 5 December 2016 at 2:59 am:
At approximately 2 am AEST in Sydney this morning, there were three unidentified patches of lights dashing through the night sky. The speed they were moving at was faster than any commercial aircraft, and they could not have been spotlights, as there were no beams. I could only watch and ponder as it was an overcast night, as they dashed around, following each other, above the clouds. They could only be described as a possible UFO sighting?
At approximately 2 am AEST in Sydney this morning, there were three unidentified patches of lights dashing through the night sky. The speed they were moving at was faster than any commercial aircraft, and they could not have been spotlights, as there were no beams. I could only watch and ponder as it was an overcast night, as they dashed around, following each other, above the clouds. They could only be described as a possible UFO sighting?
RV RV from Sydney, NSW Australia wrote on 4 December 2016 at 11:05 pm:
I was walking past an opened window at home, it's upstairs off the family room about 10.30 pm last night. I usually look out as I've seen a lot of flashing lights out this window, and I always take note if it's a dark sky, with clouds or a clear night sky. So last night was a clear night and the skies were dark. I also noticed that a dog was barking loudly like it was near the house. As I'm hearing the dog barking, I looked out of the window, and saw something quite weird. A very bright thing was moving fast across the sky yet the lights were not flashing, but going around in a slow circular motion. I could see a block of red light then blue as the lights were going around. The lights were also moving counter clockwise, and as it moving across, dogs were barking in the direction it was heading. I thought it was so weird as I cannot see any object but lights not flashing but going around. I don't believe it's a plane or a drone as I cannot see the object when it was flying quite low.
I was walking past an opened window at home, it's upstairs off the family room about 10.30 pm last night. I usually look out as I've seen a lot of flashing lights out this window, and I always take note if it's a dark sky, with clouds or a clear night sky. So last night was a clear night and the skies were dark. I also noticed that a dog was barking loudly like it was near the house. As I'm hearing the dog barking, I looked out of the window, and saw something quite weird. A very bright thing was moving fast across the sky yet the lights were not flashing, but going around in a slow circular motion. I could see a block of red light then blue as the lights were going around. The lights were also moving counter clockwise, and as it moving across, dogs were barking in the direction it was heading. I thought it was so weird as I cannot see any object but lights not flashing but going around. I don't believe it's a plane or a drone as I cannot see the object when it was flying quite low.
Steve Coulter Steve Coulter from Bathurst, NSW, Australia wrote on 3 December 2016 at 10:49 am:
Tuena, NSW, Australia during March 1976. At the age of 19 years I was sitting outside a friend’s isolated country retreat at Tuena, NSW on the Abercrombie River, we had just finished dinner and settled back to have a couple of beers. The weather was clear and the fading light of dusk was to a point where you could still make out objects reasonably clearly. We both sat back in our chairs when we saw a bright light travelling at about twice the speed of a satellite, heading from east to west almost directly above us about 15 to 20 thousand feet. The light formed a round shape and very bright and constant. We both commented about the speed and brightness and no side clearance lights where noted, it was then we noticed it was being followed approximately two kilometres behind by two F1-11 jets. These were recognised by their shape and had their clearance lights operating. The whole experience lasted about 10 to 15 seconds, until they were out of site over the horizon. Camden, NSW, Australia during March 1989. Our family had gathered at my father’s place in Elderslie, Camden, NSW for a birthday. The weather was clear with no cloud cover. It was during mid afternoon I looked up and noticed that there was an extremely bright white pulsating light heading from southwest to northeast. It was flying approximately as high as a cruising jet that is, 32,000 feet. As it passed it pulsated brightly and then went duller about every 1.5 to 2 seconds. It was too big for jet and too bright for a satellite, especially when they are not noticeable during the day. I pointed the object out to other members of the family, some commented on it and others played it down and... Read more
Tuena, NSW, Australia during March 1976. At the age of 19 years I was sitting outside a friend’s isolated country retreat at Tuena, NSW on the Abercrombie River, we had just finished dinner and settled back to have a couple of beers. The weather was clear and the fading light of dusk was to a point where you could still make out objects reasonably clearly. We both sat back in our chairs when we saw a bright light travelling at about twice the speed of a satellite, heading from east to west almost directly above us about 15 to 20 thousand feet. The light formed a round shape and very bright and constant. We both commented about the speed and brightness and no side clearance lights where noted, it was then we noticed it was being followed approximately two kilometres behind by two F1-11 jets. These were recognised by their shape and had their clearance lights operating. The whole experience lasted about 10 to 15 seconds, until they were out of site over the horizon. Camden, NSW, Australia during March 1989. Our family had gathered at my father’s place in Elderslie, Camden, NSW for a birthday. The weather was clear with no cloud cover. It was during mid afternoon I looked up and noticed that there was an extremely bright white pulsating light heading from southwest to northeast. It was flying approximately as high as a cruising jet that is, 32,000 feet. As it passed it pulsated brightly and then went duller about every 1.5 to 2 seconds. It was too big for jet and too bright for a satellite, especially when they are not noticeable during the day. I pointed the object out to other members of the family, some commented on it and others played it down and dismissed it. Jets normally take this path to Mascot Airport, Sydney over Camden so we were use to air traffic, but nothing over the years has ever resembled this sighting. Bathurst, NSW, Australia on 7 October 2010 at Mt Panorama Race Circuit. A friend and I were watching practice and qualifying at the Bathurst 1000 car races at approximately 10.30 am. The cloud cover (Cumuli Nimbus) was fairly low, reasonably thick and occasionally broken. There was a break in the race program so I sat back on my chair and looked above from where we were sitting and noticed three orbs above the centre of the race track. They were moving from south to north just below the cloud level and appeared to be following each other about 50 metres apart, occasionally moving at 90 degrees away from each other then back into line. I pointed them out to my mate so he could confirm that I was not hallucinating. The orbs were torus shaped, clear to translucent in appearance. They appeared to have a darker pastel coloured vertical shape through the centre from top to bottom, (the centre was similar to a cat’s eye marble). Each orb was approximately 20 to 25 metres in diameter. I compared the size of the orbs to a helicopter that was in the area for TV telecasting operations at about the same altitude. We watched them and I took an image with my phone camera. I decided to get the attention of a professional photographer at the track side and pointed them out to him. I returned to my seat watching them again as they approached a break in the clouds. I then noticed in the blue sky at least 30,000 feet above (about jet ceiling height) a brilliant white object which appeared stationary in the sky. The orbs at that point manoeuvred through the break in the clouds and ascended to the bright light and we watched this unfold until the cloud obscured our vision. We are still wondering to this day what we had witnessed and don’t know if the photographer was able to capture the event. My camera didn’t capture the orbs but the bright object higher was photographed but goes very pixilated when zooming in to view it. Bathurst, NSW, Australia on 8 October 2011 at Mt Panorama Race Circuit. While sitting around the campfire at 8.30 pm with friend, exactly one year to the day from my previous sighting at this race track. I periodically checked the sky because of my UFO experience 12 months earlier. It was at this time I noticed five dull pearly coloured orbs or shapes in a 'V' formation heading from south to north. There was no sound or lights with a cover of cloud above the orbs. The orbs kept heading north until they were out of sight. The two events over consecutive years on the same day at Bathurst had me wondering whether this was just a coincidence or is it due to the fact that massive amount of communication is going on while racing. The cars are fitted with two-way radios, each with different frequencies, computerised telemetry to observe car performance and data logging that is communicated to the pit crews as well as TV telecasting and trackside coordinating with officials. In all, with hundreds of frequencies scrambling in one area over a weekend period; could this be a draw card for those inquisitive entities?
susan susan from Wollongong, NSW, Australia wrote on 28 November 2016 at 8:01 pm:
Last night, the 27 November 2016, my husband and I were sharply woken from sleep, at the same time, by a startling noise outside our window. We are on the second story. The noise was sudden and gone in about three seconds. My husband describes the noise as like truck air brakes, and I, like a a fighter jet, that we have heard numerous times. The difference being it came suddenly and cut off sharply to nothing. We had blinds closed, so we saw no lights, the windows were open. The noise was obviously in the sky, as it came from above. We have never believed in UFOs, etc but we are freaked out, it was something!
Last night, the 27 November 2016, my husband and I were sharply woken from sleep, at the same time, by a startling noise outside our window. We are on the second story. The noise was sudden and gone in about three seconds. My husband describes the noise as like truck air brakes, and I, like a a fighter jet, that we have heard numerous times. The difference being it came suddenly and cut off sharply to nothing. We had blinds closed, so we saw no lights, the windows were open. The noise was obviously in the sky, as it came from above. We have never believed in UFOs, etc but we are freaked out, it was something!
Hollie Hollie from Brogo NSW wrote on 20 November 2016 at 1:52 pm:
My gut feeling tells me that what I saw was a drone of some sort, but my brain tells me it was way too bright to be a drone, so I'll be interested to hear if anyone knows what this was. At 11:14 pm on Saturday 19 November 2016, driving north of Bega through Brogo on the Princes Highway, a red light appeared in the sky to the east of my car. I would estimate it was about 200 metres east of the road and about 100 metres above the ground. It was a bright red light, and looked like a really close star, or a firework that didn't explode, but just kept still and burning bright in place. It didn't move at all, it stayed stationary and un-moving and clearly visible for what I estimate was 20 seconds, and then it faded - it didn't move as it faded, it just faded into black. I kept driving because there was nowhere to pull over. The light was really bright. At first, because it wasn't moving, it looked like a light on a radio tower that was put there to stop planes from crashing into it, but there are no towers or lights there usually. As I drove past it, it looked more like a bright red star hanging above the paddock. Did anyone else see this?
My gut feeling tells me that what I saw was a drone of some sort, but my brain tells me it was way too bright to be a drone, so I'll be interested to hear if anyone knows what this was. At 11:14 pm on Saturday 19 November 2016, driving north of Bega through Brogo on the Princes Highway, a red light appeared in the sky to the east of my car. I would estimate it was about 200 metres east of the road and about 100 metres above the ground. It was a bright red light, and looked like a really close star, or a firework that didn't explode, but just kept still and burning bright in place. It didn't move at all, it stayed stationary and un-moving and clearly visible for what I estimate was 20 seconds, and then it faded - it didn't move as it faded, it just faded into black. I kept driving because there was nowhere to pull over. The light was really bright. At first, because it wasn't moving, it looked like a light on a radio tower that was put there to stop planes from crashing into it, but there are no towers or lights there usually. As I drove past it, it looked more like a bright red star hanging above the paddock. Did anyone else see this?
Jason Jason from Wedderburn, Victoria wrote on 18 November 2016 at 11:58 pm:
I took my dog out before going to bed at about 10.20 pm. While I was waiting I looked up at the stars, as I usually do. After a few minutes I saw something traveling west to east getting brighter then dimmer then brighter again repeatedly before it disappeared behind trees, not the first time I have seen this, though last time it was traveling north to south but seemed to curve. It or they may have been satellites but I didn't get a warning from my satellite tracking app for an Iridium sighting. Then out of the corner of my eye I saw a small white flash. I looked to where I saw it and watched the area expecting to see more flashes from a plane. About a minute or so later I saw another flash in the same place, probably NNW of my position and about 55 to 60 degrees above the horizon. I kept watching and a minute or so later saw another flash, again in the same place. I kept watching the spot. Sometimes the flash was a little dimmer and some times a little brighter but it didn't change position. I watched it long enough for the stars to change position by about five degrees, but not the flash. Then I saw a very faint steady light moving west to east about three degrees above the position of the flash and I first saw it about 10 degrees to the west of the flash point. It may have been a satellite, I lost it around the flash area. Then while I was waiting for another flash I saw one, but about three degrees lower and to the east of the original. I thought it had moved, but then I saw a flash in the original... Read more
I took my dog out before going to bed at about 10.20 pm. While I was waiting I looked up at the stars, as I usually do. After a few minutes I saw something traveling west to east getting brighter then dimmer then brighter again repeatedly before it disappeared behind trees, not the first time I have seen this, though last time it was traveling north to south but seemed to curve. It or they may have been satellites but I didn't get a warning from my satellite tracking app for an Iridium sighting. Then out of the corner of my eye I saw a small white flash. I looked to where I saw it and watched the area expecting to see more flashes from a plane. About a minute or so later I saw another flash in the same place, probably NNW of my position and about 55 to 60 degrees above the horizon. I kept watching and a minute or so later saw another flash, again in the same place. I kept watching the spot. Sometimes the flash was a little dimmer and some times a little brighter but it didn't change position. I watched it long enough for the stars to change position by about five degrees, but not the flash. Then I saw a very faint steady light moving west to east about three degrees above the position of the flash and I first saw it about 10 degrees to the west of the flash point. It may have been a satellite, I lost it around the flash area. Then while I was waiting for another flash I saw one, but about three degrees lower and to the east of the original. I thought it had moved, but then I saw a flash in the original position. For a short time there were two flash points, the second newer one flashing more frequently than the first, probably around every 30 seconds, then the first seemed to stop. I watched for a few more minutes then came inside to see if I could find any similar reports. I probably spent about 30-35 minutes watching.