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Occurred : 6/3/2014 22:45 (Entered as : 06/03/14 22:45)
Reported: 6/4/2014 4:06:34 AM 04:06
Posted: 6/4/2014
Location: Four Falls (Canada), NB
Shape: Light
Duration:7 minutes
A very bright yellowish white light the size of a softball, no sound and no other lights flew directly over head.

UFO 06/03/ 14 June 3/ 2014 approx 23:45 hours ADST, myself my wife and her two cousins saw an extremely bright yellowish white light in the sky moving at a speed which would be by my estimation 1/3 as fast as the ISS. I saw it first at about 22:30.

I just happened to look up `and I saw almost directly over us headed then in a northerly direction a solid yellowish white light just kind of moving through the night sky. It was the brightest thing by far in the clear starlit sky which was complimented by a crescent moon to the west.

The funny thing was that as soon as I spoke to point the object out to the three women who were standing outside with me, the bright light blinked out and the object now was indistinguishable from the surrounding stars except for the fact that it was moving at the same speed and heading North.

One of the women said “a satellite?” I said “I guess so, but it was really, really bright just a second ago...I mean really bright.”

We turned back to the conversation about trees and bears and such things. After about 10 minutes went by I looked up again there was another one or the same one? Really, there is no way to tell. But this time it kept its spot light intensity and seemed to slow as it passed directly over head (it felt kind of creepy as if it somehow may have seen us watching us- somehow) but it kept on moving due east at a speed which I described earlier as that which would equal approx 1/3 less than the international space station (ISS). The four of us watched it as it silently flew?, floated?, drifted ? across the sky until it was lost in the eastern horizon. No navigation lights no sound, just a yellowish white light about the size of a soft ball when held at arms length.

We have no idea what it was, what it was doing or where it was from.

Upon returning home I went to the computer and looked up the time when the ISS would be flying over the area. I found that it was scheduled to fly over Caribou Maine at approx 00:30 which is about 15 miles away as the crow flies so there is no way that it was the ISS that we saw at 22:45.