|Occurred : 8/8/2001 22:23 (Entered as : 08/08/01 22:23 pm)
Reported: 8/9/2001 11:00
Location: Shoreline, WA
|Light grey, no lights, traveling fast and low, small in size, silent, steady path, illuminated by city lights on bottom.
The object entered my line of sight from the north. I can only describe its shape like that of an aspirin. It had no lights and made no sound. It traveled due south in a straight line and never swayed or strayed from its path. The street lights of the city illuminated the bottom of the object and revealed a flat, light gray surface. It appeared round but not like a ball. If I compared the size of the object to that of the full moon in the night sky, I would say it was approxiamtely one-tenth the size. The object traveled fast, but not as fast as a shooting star, and not as slow as a satellite. I watched it as it travelled to the south and out of my sightline. The duration of the sighting was approximately twenty seconds.