|Occurred : 9/10/2008 22:15 (Entered as : 9/10/2008 22:15)
Reported: 9/11/2008 5:01:25 PM 17:01
Location: Tacoma, WA
|Triangle light formation seen moving in Tacoma night sky, for the second time.
Once again my roommate and I witnessed the same configuration of lights on Sept 10th at 10:15pm. (same time as on the 7th) Below is my previous report. The object (or possibly objects?) was seen under the same constellation and followed the same flight path as on the 7th.
(original report) "On September 7th 2008, at approximately 10:15pm, my roomate and I witnessed what appeared to be a UFO in the western sky over our house. What I saw was 2 lights that had the appearence of satelites in the sky, in a second or 2 after seeing them we noticed the third light forming a large triangle. These lights were moving in unison with eachother and were moving slowly to the southeast, I ran inside and woke up my girlfriend and had her come out and see them as well. When we came out the object was still in the sky, but started moving more in a southern direction. within a minute or two the object did another series of slow turns, first east and then ended in a southbound tragectory, flying away from us. Then the lights went out first the front then rear left and finally rear right.
The object itself could not have been made out without the lights. It made no sound. It seemed to be flying very high, and the lights appeared as satelites do in the night sky. One could have even mistaken them for stars at a glance. The three light seemed to be fixed in that pattern the single light forward and the others in back relitive to the direction it was traveling. There was only deviation in the pattern when the object changed direction, giving the appearance of "banking".
The distance between the front and back lights was around 4 inches at arms length.
We live on a flight path where C-130's do their final approach for landing. Every night we see commercial air traffic from the SeaTac airport. I have never in my life observed something like this in the sky."