|Occurred : 10/30/2013 19:00 (Entered as : 10/30/13 19:00)
Reported: 10/31/2013 1:09:56 PM 13:09
Location: Ogdensburg, NJ
|Consistent, bright lights in sky.
Three times in the past week.
@1900 hrs, a bright light appears in the distance, 220 - 240 degrees, WSW (azimuth) at 10 - 15 degrees (altitude).
No planets or other stellar phenomena are expected in that quadrant.
After about an hour (apprx 2000hrs), the light will begin to dip into the horizon, sometimes disappearing over Sparta, NJ.
Other times, it begins to track northerly. Disappears and re-appears north.
On one clear day, last week, it could be seen in the north for quite some time.
Powerful binoculars and USArmy field glasses fail to help resolve image.
Investing in a powerful telescope.