|Occurred : 11/20/2008 06:00 (Entered as : 11/20/08 6:00)
Reported: 11/20/2008 8:25:54 PM 20:25
Location: National City/San Diego, CA
|Three bright lights in the early morning San Diego sky.
On November 20th, 2008 at approximately 6:00 am. I observed three bright lights in the clear western sky of San Diego, Ca. The two lights were at 30 degrees and roughly a horizontal configuration and at first seemed similar in brightness as Venus in the early evening sky. A third light of equal brightness maintained position roughly 5 degrees higher at an 11-o’clock position during the entire observation. As I drove west toward the lights, I observed the lights maintain a distance from one another that at first blush the lower two could have been lights positioned on the wing tips of a commercial airliner. As the lights moved closer together, I assumed it was an airliner, even though I could not see a wing structure or fuselage; it seemed to be moving away. The only major discrepancy was that the lights brightness and size remained the same. Just a few seconds after the lights nearly merged, they separated, moving quickly apart in an upward/downward arc, positioning themselves in a vertical configuration. As I continued west, I lost sight of the objects, as area I entered was predominately covered in a low-lying fog. At the moment I last saw the objects they were continuing to move apart and separate as individual entities.
Unidentified sky objects. Not and airplane. Not a helicopter. Not a flare. Not a balloon.