Posted: July 25, 2009

Date: June 30 2009
Time: 12:00 midnight
Number of witnesses: 2
Number of objects: 1
Shape of objects: Circular.
Weather Conditions: Clear Skies, great night. Maybe some clouds to the west. Moon low in the sky, crescent.

Description: Started out as a glow in the distance towards the south. It looked like a plane head light coming towards us, It got brighter and brighter so I asked my mate, look at this what do you think, as we watched it turned into what looked like a fireball the shape of an hour glass, then it went out and became a dimly lit object in the sky. As I watched it looked as if the sun was lighting up the object, sort of a vague outline. More grey then glowing. As I watched I noticed a red light on what looked like one edge of the object. If it had an edge it looked like the lower right corner, as it did not resemble a circle at this time, more like a chunk of something.

But the light was very odd, as I continued to watch the object moved over head from 10 o'clock position to the 11 o'clock position I noticed that the light seemed to be moving. The object moved to the 12 o'clock position about 15 seconds had elapsed since first spotting it in the sky, as I watched the red light traveled around what looked like a very large circle. No sound was heard what so ever. The red light traveled counter clockwise around and around making a complete circle about every 5 seconds. Just then I noticed that it looked like on top of the object was a red glow, the bottom was perfectly dark, other then the red light. As I noticed the faint red pinkish glow at I what I consider the rear of the object a small object caught my eye. It looked like an amber from a hot fire. It did a few loops behind the object then disappeared from my sight.

It also had the red pinkish glow, the object traveled off into the distance and faded from view (North) it was not bright at all just sort of a glow from the top and the red light. It took about 30 to 40 seconds for the whole event to take place. My mate said it had a different shape then I stated but that's where its good to have 2 points of view.

I hope to get my mate to write in as well what she saw that night. Keep watching you never know what you might see! I have never seen anything like this in 35 years of sky watching, I am 45 now.