|Occurred : 6/16/1999 23:00 (Entered as : 6/16/99 11pm)
Reported: 6/17/1999 22:01
Location: Lincoln City/Newport (between, Otter Crest), OR
|There were four of us at my mothers condo at The Inn at Otter Crest on June 16. At about 11 pm at night, my friend ((name deleted)) and I were looking at the stars. We noticed what we thought was moving too fast for a sattilite. The light kept getting brighter and brighter. It was about 3 or 4 times brighter than a star. Then it got dimmer and disappeared. We both witnessed this are both educated in science. There is no way a satillite could ever get that bright.
There were four of us at my mothers condo in Otter Crest on June 16, 1999. At about 11 pm at night my friend and I were looking at the stars. We noticed something that was moving way too fast to be a sattilite. The light kept getting brighter and brighter. It was about 3 or 4 times the brightness of a star or planet. It then got dimmer and then disappeared. We are both highly educated in the science fields and agree that there is no way that could of been a satillite or space debris.