|Occurred : 12/30/2006 20:20 (Entered as : 12/30/06 20:20)
Reported: 12/31/2006 6:30:30 AM 06:30
Location: Denver, CO
|Colorado Southeastern sky
I was sitting on the couch looking out at the night sky and noticed two strange very bright lights in the southeastern sky. They were both very high in the sky and one was slowly moving over a 40 minute time to the south. The larger light was so bright. It reflected bright red, blue and white. The smaller light also reflected the same lights. I alerted my friends to look outside as well, they also were puzzled by the two strange lights. It was a completely clear night, and there was not a cloud in the sky. Evenly the brighter light kept moving slow to the south and just disappeared. The smaller light also disappeared at the same time (40 mins). Who knows...maybe it was a satilite, but it appeared very odd. It was brighter than any star I had ever seen. I am not sure what to think...
Did anyone else see this?
((NUFORC Note: Possible sighting of the star, Sirius?? PD))