|Occurred : 12/25/2014 19:35 (Entered as : 11/1/15 19:35)
Reported: 11/1/2015 8:01:54 PM 20:01
Location: East Wenatchee, WA
|Stationary orange light over ridge above Malaga, WA.
Stepped out on my porch and saw what I first thought was a star low in the sky above the ridge across the Columbia River. My first thought was Sirius because it was sort of blinking quickly like that star does, only it was staying the same orangish color.
It was about three times the size of Venus and a bit more orange than Mars, and it was stationary in the sky.
I called my daughter out to see and as we were looking at it, it slowly got smaller and disappeared. This was in almost the same area as the two gold balls of light I reported on 2/25/14. This area is where the big power lines come up from Rock Island Dam.
Duration of sighting: about 2 minutes.