|Occurred : 3/19/2006 23:20 (Entered as : 03/19/06 23:20)
Reported: 3/20/2006 12:47:39 AM 00:47
Location: Seattle, WA
|A very solid brilliant white opaque ball crosses sky, 2-3 seconds. Heading SSE over Seattle Sun. night.
A large brilliant white object traversed the sky in about 2-3 seconds heading SSE. It had no tail, it was a very solid brilliant white opaque ball. It was the size of a street lamp two blocks away (about 1/8 inch at arms length). Imagine a star, then group 100 of them together, that would be the size. It was actually brighter than the street lamps that are in this area two blocks away. Absolutely white. I've never seen anything this size before, I watched Hale Bopp, I've watched the Leonid meteor showers, all smaller or dimmmer. There was no fan out of light. Just a brilliant solid ball of pure white.