|Occurred : 11/18/1999 01:00 (Entered as : 11/18/99 01:00am)
Reported: 11/19/1999 06:25
Location: Columbus, OH
|I was looking for meteors. Saw a grey shadow coming out of the east, heading Northwest. It appeared to be a dark grey shape, like a wing, just a bit lighter than the sky. Perhaps it was a B-2?
All the object did was fly across the sky. I was observing from a point about 1 mile west and slightly south of the Ohio State University. It took about 15 seconds. I didn't hear any noise. Though it was shaped like a wing (flying wing/boomerang/triangle are ways to describe it), and it was dark grey overall, there were lighter markings as well (lighter grey specks) -- perhaps camoflage paint? (Again, I'm assuming this was a Stealth bomber) I couldn't judge its distance, but it was about the size, relatively to my perspective, of the three stars in Orion's belt)