October 2nd 2005

UFOINFO Sighting Form Report

Location: Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Date: 10/02/05 8:10pm

Approach Direction: Stationary

Departure Direction: Stationary

Witness Direction: East

Description: Me and my two roommates were out on the porch, when one of them noticed two very bright stars in the eastern sky where the city lights are bright. They were distanced apart approximately like two stars on the big dipper. As we were trying to make sense of why these stars caught our attention, they started to fade exactly in sync and disappeared completely after about 6 seconds. To the lower left remained a dim star or planet that was reddish and flickering in intensity. We assumed that this was a confirmed part of the solar system as it did not appear out of the ordinary. Throughout the next few hours we would check to see if the two bright stars had returned. The flickering red one seemed to move up to the south slowly as the night progressed.

In summary.

The two really bright white stars did not move. They just faded like a lightbulb. Exactly in sync. There were no clouds that night and since the red flickering star in close proximity did not disappear it kinda proves there were no clouds. We doubt it was airplanes cause they did not move and why would they fade in sync?

Color/Shape: The two brightest white stars in the sky.

Height & Speed: 30 degrees eastern sky. Did not move at all.


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