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|National UFO Reporting Center Sighting Report|
|Occurred : 10/17/2020 19:46 (Entered as : 10/17/20 19:46)
Reported: 10/17/2020 5:39:37 PM 17:39
Location: Pittsburgh (east of), PA
Duration: interval still present
Characteristics: There were lights on the object, There was an aura or haze around the object, The object emitted other objects, The object emitted beams, The object changed color
|Trans-morphic scintillating orb/fireball south by southeast of Pittsburgh PA about 30 degrees off of the horizon.
I'm a military veteran and have seen numerous aircraft, obviously. I do not have ANY interest in UFO sightings, or any possible nonsense that gets people caught up in this stuff, which I think is ridiculous. I was bringing groceries in my house and I noticed an orb with scintillating red lights. Thinking it was a satellite, I dismissed it. But this would flicker in an oscillating pattern which is uncommon for a satellite - thus piquing my interest. I have a 40 x 60 spotting scope, and when under max view, an image of a nebulous orb-like, trans-morphic disc came into view that would look, for a lack of a better description, something extra-dimensional as the red to reddish orange luminescence of it was entering and exiting this dimensional simultaneously - very difficult to describe - not necessarily emitting objects, but more of a hue that changes color - almost as if watching a photonic effect waivering from a movie projector against a wall, only many miles! away in the sky, obviously. The object is stationary and is not trailing anywhere. I apologize if this is a poor rendering of what it exhibited, but that would be the best way that I can codify it into words, as it is nothing like I have ever seen before. I’m sure it is probably some new classified technology before it is really some alien craft lol – but nonetheless, I thought it would be worthwhile to document this as something in the future we can possibly look back on to either confirm nor deny the existence of said object, or said technology.