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Occurred : 7/20/2010 00:47 (Entered as : 07/20/2010 12:47)
Reported: 7/25/2010 1:05:35 AM 01:05
Posted: 7/28/2010
Location: Richland, WA
Shape: Changing
Duration:Not long maybe a minute
From one red line to three red balls (like red stars), to the balls to (v)(^(<), blinking red lights making a triangle.

On the night of July 20, 2010 in Richland, WA (USA) I and my husband went outside to look at the stars and noticed the moon that was beautiful. I got my iPhone G3 out to snap a few photos of it. At first I thought that I was picking up street lights or just a bad picture, that after a few more photos taken, and noticing there were no street lights or what not, I noticed there were two more bright nion red lights next to the moon.

My husband wasn't amused until he said "let me see if I can take a steady photo for you, i'm sure it's nothing." Than he took a few photos and looked at them and said " whoa, that is weird!" and handed me my phone back. There were now three objects accross from the moon and in a perfect triangle. The objects were also in triangle shapes as well the looked similar to this {^} and had red lights at the top of the point. In the last picture my husband took you can see that one of them looks like its in motion, it just blows our minds, as to all who have seen the pictures.

It was not noticable to the naked eye, I captured along with the moon what appeared to be in the first photo a red line next to the moon, in the second photo it was two triangular lights and the moon but and if looking closely at the moon it almost looks like another moon or circular something next to it, with a third red triangle appearing. What is it?

I googled extraterrestrial images and ufo's after looking at the photos again and again leaving me in curiosity and concussion. It looks Just like the triangle UFO sighting found at one time.


((NUFORC Note: We have amended the time of the sighting, in order to reflect an early morning sighting. PD))