|Occurred : 4/15/2017 23:58 (Entered as : 04/15/17 23:58)
Reported: 4/26/2017 8:33:09 AM 08:33
Location: Merrimack, NH
|White light moving slowly and changed direction
I have a wireless security camera in my shed with motion detection. It records 30 second clips with infrared night vision. A mouse keeps triggering motion during the night.
On the night in question the camera shows a flash of light (1 frame) over the neighbor’s house, left side of the clip. Next clip shows no light.
Next two clips show a definite white light on the right side which occasionally blinks (maybe goes in and out behind trees?) and moves slowly left and up until, at the end of the last clip it is going out of range of the camera.
Not an airplane. Only a white light and it changes direction.
Several of us watched the clips over and over and can’t figure out what else it could be.
((NUFORC Note: We have viewed all three video clips, and we do not know what the small white light is. Clearly, it is moving slowly, at approximately the angular velocity of a satellite in low earth orbit. The ISS was not visible at the time and of the sighting. We do not know what the object is, although it may be the landing light on a distant aircraft. PD))