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Brandon Roberts Brandon Roberts from Penrith, NSW, Australia wrote on 2 October 2018 at 6:07 pm:
At 6.13 pm on the 27 September 2018, I was driving and noticed a big green circle moving in the sky to my north west (about 330°) for around one second. It flew in a path like the letter J on its side and then split into a straight line with a gap in the middle — — like this before disappearing. It travelled in an southerly direction, I believe it reappeared as a super bright star that I was seeing shortly after that (about 270°) it had only just became dark and there was night road works that gave a lot of light pollution. No other stars were visible except for this one. Twenty minutes later when I got... Read more
At 6.13 pm on the 27 September 2018, I was driving and noticed a big green circle moving in the sky to my north west (about 330°) for around one second. It flew in a path like the letter J on its side and then split into a straight line with a gap in the middle — — like this before disappearing. It travelled in an southerly direction, I believe it reappeared as a super bright star that I was seeing shortly after that (about 270°) it had only just became dark and there was night road works that gave a lot of light pollution. No other stars were visible except for this one. Twenty minutes later when I got home the same star was clearly about five times the size of any other visible stars. At 9.05 pm I went back outside to check if it was still there and surely enough it was gone. Did anyone else see the green light?
Khay halliwell Khay halliwell from Merimbula, NSW, Australia wrote on 30 September 2018 at 3:40 pm:
Ok guys to give you some background on the observer. I been in aviation since I was 10, I'm now 38. So I know the difference between a high flying plane and satellite. I get the satellite reports from Heavens Above. Especially 'flashing satellites' that are rotating in orbit and give the appearance that they are flashing. I've never had an experience like this. I live at Sapphire Coast in Merimbula. From my balcony I have a panoramic view of the Merimbula township and ocean. At about 8:20 pm last night I observed a stange flash on the eastern horizon, maybe 30 to 40 degrees in elevation. It flashed again slighty dimmer, between 20 and 40 seconds between flashes, just... Read more
Ok guys to give you some background on the observer. I been in aviation since I was 10, I'm now 38. So I know the difference between a high flying plane and satellite. I get the satellite reports from Heavens Above. Especially 'flashing satellites' that are rotating in orbit and give the appearance that they are flashing. I've never had an experience like this. I live at Sapphire Coast in Merimbula. From my balcony I have a panoramic view of the Merimbula township and ocean. At about 8:20 pm last night I observed a stange flash on the eastern horizon, maybe 30 to 40 degrees in elevation. It flashed again slighty dimmer, between 20 and 40 seconds between flashes, just like the run of the mill rotating space junk. It was heading due east and becoming lower in the sky. As my eyes adjusted I could see the very dim object. At this time it started making jerky movements, back and forth, a circle maybe, etc. Thats when I realised that it was quite late for a satellite to be so low on the horizon as I thought it would be in the sun's shadow. I yelled out to my partner and seven year old to come take a look as I thought it was a UFO. They came out and watched it flash. It was extremely strange feeling, as the light seems to pulsate not flash. Thats when the unbelievable happened, I've got goose bumps reporting this. It was about 20 degrees above the eastern horizon due east when it started to move fast, due west, with a speed like you see in science fiction movies. In one second from that position it was 90 degrees above our heads and vanished, like warp drive. Everyone yelled out as we couldn't believe what had happens, my partner became scared. I went inside to get my green laser pointer to show another family member what just happened and where, when a meteor streaked over the spot where the UFO was heading east, in jerky movements before it reversed directions and went into warp drive. Then about another minute later another flash from the same area. I went outside for 30 minutes scanning the sky but that was it. Please tell me what you think or if you have had reports similar to this one, as I'm POSITIVE someone else saw this. Email me if you need further information and I will print out what I saw on a star chart with a map and viewing positions. Thanks guys. Regards Khay Halliwell
Siona Siona from Penrith, NSW, Australia wrote on 27 September 2018 at 9:18 pm:
At 7.50 pm on the 27 September 2018, my mother and I were driving on the M4 towards Penrith, approaching The Northern Road. From the right we both saw an object going very fast across the sky in a downwards diagonal direction. The object was very bright and appeared to have four lights and a tail of light behind it. As it got lower it completely vanished. I’ve seen very low shooting stars but this seemed very different and it was too fast to be a plane. Lots of people must of seen this.
At 7.50 pm on the 27 September 2018, my mother and I were driving on the M4 towards Penrith, approaching The Northern Road. From the right we both saw an object going very fast across the sky in a downwards diagonal direction. The object was very bright and appeared to have four lights and a tail of light behind it. As it got lower it completely vanished. I’ve seen very low shooting stars but this seemed very different and it was too fast to be a plane. Lots of people must of seen this.
P.C P.C from Canberra, ACT, Australia wrote on 13 September 2018 at 9:09 pm:
Bright red light travelling across the skyline. It was very close.
Bright red light travelling across the skyline. It was very close.
Cesar Cesar from Hinchinbrook, NSW, Australia wrote on 7 September 2018 at 8:29 pm:
Saw a bright light like a star. It was became brighter then decent then disappeared then came back again. Very strange was stationary for a while. I have the video and phots on my phone. We are not alone!
Saw a bright light like a star. It was became brighter then decent then disappeared then came back again. Very strange was stationary for a while. I have the video and phots on my phone. We are not alone!
Cara Cara wrote on 3 September 2018 at 6:59 pm:
Just saw six lights in an 'arrow' formation glide silently across the cloudy rainy sky, near Port Panthers at 6.50/6.55 pm. No flashing lights or noise, as occurs with aircraft, etc.
Just saw six lights in an 'arrow' formation glide silently across the cloudy rainy sky, near Port Panthers at 6.50/6.55 pm. No flashing lights or noise, as occurs with aircraft, etc.
Brad Brad from Penrith, NSW, Australia wrote on 2 September 2018 at 11:10 am:
Wondering whether anyone saw numerous (40+) lights similar in shape and size to bright stars. They were travelling in an east to west direction at approximately the speed of a high flying aircraft over Penrith in the early hours (2am) on Saturday (1/9/2018)? Objects appeared to be travelling in formation or formed up to fly in a triangular formation.
Wondering whether anyone saw numerous (40+) lights similar in shape and size to bright stars. They were travelling in an east to west direction at approximately the speed of a high flying aircraft over Penrith in the early hours (2am) on Saturday (1/9/2018)? Objects appeared to be travelling in formation or formed up to fly in a triangular formation.
karen karen from Sydney, NSW, Australia wrote on 29 August 2018 at 11:03 pm:
Last night the 28 August 2018 and again tonight, in the same spot, I saw a bright light. I first thought it was a bright star but it started moving and appeared to high to be a plane, as some aircraft were passing infront and well below the moving light. It moved left and stopped for a while then moved back to where I first saw it and then it was stationary after that.
Last night the 28 August 2018 and again tonight, in the same spot, I saw a bright light. I first thought it was a bright star but it started moving and appeared to high to be a plane, as some aircraft were passing infront and well below the moving light. It moved left and stopped for a while then moved back to where I first saw it and then it was stationary after that.
Saxon Williams Saxon Williams from Belrose, NSW, Australia wrote on 29 August 2018 at 12:37 pm:
About 2.30 am on the morning of 25 August 2018 I was in bed and looking at the stars. I was looking at one very bright star that was stationary in the sky, it looked like the size of a planet. Suddenly it started to slowly descend. This happened over a period of about one minute, this was very odd. Then the object took off at speed in an easterly direction for two minutes and then went out of sight. I have seen many satellites but none this size and none this fast moving.
About 2.30 am on the morning of 25 August 2018 I was in bed and looking at the stars. I was looking at one very bright star that was stationary in the sky, it looked like the size of a planet. Suddenly it started to slowly descend. This happened over a period of about one minute, this was very odd. Then the object took off at speed in an easterly direction for two minutes and then went out of sight. I have seen many satellites but none this size and none this fast moving.
Mitch Mitch from Newcastle, NSW, Australia wrote on 28 August 2018 at 11:38 pm:
Just wondering if anyone saw what I saw at 10 pm on Tuesday night 28 August 2018? There were two bright lights travelling north on the eastern side of Lake Macquarie. When I saw them first they were over Eleebana heading north. Newcastle Airport is north of there so they might have simply been light aircraft. The reason I am reporting this is that it was unusual. One was following the other maybe 600 metres behind. They were low, about a thousand feet high and travelling slowly. They only had one light each which was bright orange, with no flashing lights anywhere. I turned the car around to follow them and there was only the orange light from behind. I... Read more
Just wondering if anyone saw what I saw at 10 pm on Tuesday night 28 August 2018? There were two bright lights travelling north on the eastern side of Lake Macquarie. When I saw them first they were over Eleebana heading north. Newcastle Airport is north of there so they might have simply been light aircraft. The reason I am reporting this is that it was unusual. One was following the other maybe 600 metres behind. They were low, about a thousand feet high and travelling slowly. They only had one light each which was bright orange, with no flashing lights anywhere. I turned the car around to follow them and there was only the orange light from behind. I didn't hear any sound, no drone of a motor or helicopter and it wasn't windy. It was partly cloudy. One continued north and disappeared into cloud. Maybe it just landed at the airport or helipad at Broadmeadow. The other went further north east and looked to head south for a minute before heading north again. Then I lost track of it.
rosharna niki rosharna niki from Gundagai/Burra Creek, NSW, Australia wrote on 25 August 2018 at 4:53 am:
In regards to my earlier posting I forgot to include the times and the duration of my sighting. The light seemed to be stationary but was moving away. The light was much brighter than a star and it was visible for around 20 to 30 minutes. It certainly was not a plane, chopper or star and it looked to be close to the moon. There was no city lights in my area, nor were there clouds so I had a clear view of whatever it was.
In regards to my earlier posting I forgot to include the times and the duration of my sighting. The light seemed to be stationary but was moving away. The light was much brighter than a star and it was visible for around 20 to 30 minutes. It certainly was not a plane, chopper or star and it looked to be close to the moon. There was no city lights in my area, nor were there clouds so I had a clear view of whatever it was.
rosharna niki rosharna niki from Gundagai/Burra Creek, NSW, Australia wrote on 25 August 2018 at 4:43 am:
I have seen an unusual light in the sky from my home on Burra Road. Not sure if it's a drone but its definately not an aeroplane or chopper
I have seen an unusual light in the sky from my home on Burra Road. Not sure if it's a drone but its definately not an aeroplane or chopper
Kristy Kristy from Launceston, Tasmania, Australia wrote on 19 August 2018 at 10:12 am:
Around 1:30 am I saw an object that was moving the opposite direction to the earth's rotation with red, green lights flashing and a white stationery light. It was not a plane as it was too far up and it stopped still at times. It was a clear sky and there were no clouds or clusters of clouds around it. Did anyone else see this object?
Around 1:30 am I saw an object that was moving the opposite direction to the earth's rotation with red, green lights flashing and a white stationery light. It was not a plane as it was too far up and it stopped still at times. It was a clear sky and there were no clouds or clusters of clouds around it. Did anyone else see this object?
Nitty Nitty from Narrabeen, NSW, Australia wrote on 18 August 2018 at 10:04 pm:
We saw a UFO above Narrabeen twice on the morning of the 18 August 2018. Looked like a helicopter from afar but once above us was dead silent. It had green lights that were shining down on our car.
We saw a UFO above Narrabeen twice on the morning of the 18 August 2018. Looked like a helicopter from afar but once above us was dead silent. It had green lights that were shining down on our car.
Ian Ian from Sydney, NSW, Australia wrote on 14 August 2018 at 9:52 pm:
I saw these light on the 12 August, initially over North Sydney, also drifting to the east and fading. I took this picture which is on Flickr at: https://flic.kr/p/MX2csf. There are four faint points of light visible in the tip of the cloud near the centre. These were much brighter when I first saw it, and faded while I got the camera out.
I saw these light on the 12 August, initially over North Sydney, also drifting to the east and fading. I took this picture which is on Flickr at: https://flic.kr/p/MX2csf. There are four faint points of light visible in the tip of the cloud near the centre. These were much brighter when I first saw it, and faded while I got the camera out.
Anthony Clarke Anthony Clarke wrote on 14 August 2018 at 6:20 pm:
Thank you to all those who reported the sighting on the evening of the 12 August 2018, visible in the eastern states of Australia. We suspect that this cluster of sightings is due to the vapour trail from NASA's Delta IV rocket that is carrying the Parker Solar Probe. The rocket was launched earlier from Florida USA. The probe will eventually get within six million kilometres of the Sun's surface, allowing scientists to study the Sun's corona. More information: https://www.davidreneke.com/amazing-sight-delta-rocket-launch-seen-in-australian-skies/
Thank you to all those who reported the sighting on the evening of the 12 August 2018, visible in the eastern states of Australia. We suspect that this cluster of sightings is due to the vapour trail from NASA's Delta IV rocket that is carrying the Parker Solar Probe. The rocket was launched earlier from Florida USA. The probe will eventually get within six million kilometres of the Sun's surface, allowing scientists to study the Sun's corona. More information: https://www.davidreneke.com/amazing-sight-delta-rocket-launch-seen-in-australian-skies/
Malcolm Banks Malcolm Banks from Glenreagh, NSW, Australia wrote on 13 August 2018 at 5:28 pm:
Saw the same object in the western sky, as reported by Christine, Warwick, Michelle, etc on 12 August 2018, in an area to the west of Coffs Harbour, NSW. I have never seen anything like it and observed it for close to an hour. I wanted to report it so it could be looked at more closely. I managed to talk to an astronomer in Tasmania, who said it was most likely a debris cloud from a meteor hitting the atmosphere roughly 40 km above the Earth. Sounds true, as it explains the west-east movement (wind), and that it was reflecting sunlight like a satellite and eventually faded as it rose too high for the sun. I have seen nothing... Read more
Saw the same object in the western sky, as reported by Christine, Warwick, Michelle, etc on 12 August 2018, in an area to the west of Coffs Harbour, NSW. I have never seen anything like it and observed it for close to an hour. I wanted to report it so it could be looked at more closely. I managed to talk to an astronomer in Tasmania, who said it was most likely a debris cloud from a meteor hitting the atmosphere roughly 40 km above the Earth. Sounds true, as it explains the west-east movement (wind), and that it was reflecting sunlight like a satellite and eventually faded as it rose too high for the sun. I have seen nothing in the media. I would love to see some quality photos taken of it.
Andy Andy from McDowall, Queensland, Australia wrote on 13 August 2018 at 3:22 pm:
On Sunday, 12 August 2018, just after 1800 I saw an indistinct patch of light in the western sky. We could't get any focus, using binoculars, but it seemed like a very high cloud catching the (now departed) sun or like the moon, behind cloud. However, it was neither cloudy or 'moony'. The object was also getting higher in the sky, ie from the west, travelling along a line to the east. It was very 'slow' and the object faded as it got higher and was pretty much gone by the time it reached the 12 o'clock position. It must have been very high if people are reporting this object from south of Sydney?
On Sunday, 12 August 2018, just after 1800 I saw an indistinct patch of light in the western sky. We could't get any focus, using binoculars, but it seemed like a very high cloud catching the (now departed) sun or like the moon, behind cloud. However, it was neither cloudy or 'moony'. The object was also getting higher in the sky, ie from the west, travelling along a line to the east. It was very 'slow' and the object faded as it got higher and was pretty much gone by the time it reached the 12 o'clock position. It must have been very high if people are reporting this object from south of Sydney?
PAUL PAUL from Ryde, NSW, Australia wrote on 13 August 2018 at 12:55 pm:
On Sunday, evening the 12 August 2018 at around 7.20 pm I noticed a bright star with a luminescent cloud around it. The light was in the western sky about 45-60 degrees above the horizon. The light was clearly visible over the city lights and the sky was clear of cloud. The light in the center was like a bright star but the cloud seem to eminate from the the light and glowed clearly in the night sky, the cloud had a petal shape. Over five minutes the bright star light faded away, leaving the cloud which became dim over time, to me it looked like you where looking at a rocket in the upper atmosphere heading away and the... Read more
On Sunday, evening the 12 August 2018 at around 7.20 pm I noticed a bright star with a luminescent cloud around it. The light was in the western sky about 45-60 degrees above the horizon. The light was clearly visible over the city lights and the sky was clear of cloud. The light in the center was like a bright star but the cloud seem to eminate from the the light and glowed clearly in the night sky, the cloud had a petal shape. Over five minutes the bright star light faded away, leaving the cloud which became dim over time, to me it looked like you where looking at a rocket in the upper atmosphere heading away and the cloud was the exhaust lit by the sun or rocket exhaust. I have a poor photo of the cloud taken after the bright star had diminished. The cloud appeared to be the size of a ping pong ball held at arms length.
Paul Paul from Newcatle, NSW, Australia wrote on 13 August 2018 at 11:37 am:
At 6.20 pm on Sunday, 12 August 2018, I noticed a strange sight in evening sky to the south west. Low in the sky and looked similar to the aura around the moon when covered in light cloud, however sky was cloudless. Didn't appear to be moving. I took a photo however it requires magnifying to show actual shape.
At 6.20 pm on Sunday, 12 August 2018, I noticed a strange sight in evening sky to the south west. Low in the sky and looked similar to the aura around the moon when covered in light cloud, however sky was cloudless. Didn't appear to be moving. I took a photo however it requires magnifying to show actual shape.