Three Red/Orange Lights Traveling Across The Sky Over Langley British Columbia
Date: January 1st, 2013 Time: Minutes after midnight.
Hi, I would like to find out what was that I saw in the sky on December 31st, just a couple of minutes after midnight. (Which is actually January 1st, 2013) Langley BC.
I was already in bed waiting for the ringing in the New Year, bedroom lights on, radio quietly playing, fully awake, not even tired, when from the corner of my eyes I happened to see three reddish-orange lights in the sky, travelling slowly, steadily from east to west.
The first was a bit of a distance from the two others.
The lights were very bright and much larger in size than airplanes' lights, and they seemed to have a little aura around them (of faded light). I have never seen anything like this in my life, ever.
I jumped up and stared through the window, in total disbelief. I lived in Richmond for 24 years, I know very well how planes look like, how they move, sound etc.
These were not "normal" planes, but they seemed to be aircrafts to me because they were travelling in a controlled manner.
They lasted about a minute, then one by one they faded away from sight all in roughly the same spot. Due to clouds...or?
First I thought this was some sort of a new firework, a novelty, part of New Year's eve celebration, but thinking about it a little deeper, it was obvious that they could not be, as they did not seem to be launched from the ground and follow a straight trajectory from there. T
hese lights were travelling in an altitude, somewhat slowly and steadily.
I am so puzzled and curious. I would like to ask authorities for an explanation, but I don't know where to start. Who keeps an eye in the sky? Can you help me? Any comments?
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