Monday, December 26, 2011

Two Orange Red Lights Over Ronkonkoma Long Island New York

Date:  December 25, 2011
Time:  Approx: 8:00 p.m.
Around 8:00 p.m. I spotted 2 orange/red lights in the sky.  They were moving slowly in a straight line. One light was a good distance ahead of the other. One of the lights went over the roof of my apartment and I lost sight of it. 
The 2nd light just seemed to disappear as is if was blocked out of sight by clouds even though it seemed to be a cloudless night. I don't think these were planes as there were no flashing lights on either of them
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  1. I'm in manorville. Just saw 2 orange balls going south to north!

  2. Location- Dix Hills, NY
    Date- June 15, 2012
    Time- Approx. 9:45 - 10:00 p.m.
    Around 9.45 my father, cousin, brother and I spotted the first orange/red light. Its speed is what captivated our attention at first considering it was moving much faster than any plane we have ever seen. The solid bright color of orange popped as it glowed in the dark night around the stars. It was much smaller than the second light but it disappeared in the dark night in an instant.
    The second light came around 20 minutes later. Now this light was far bigger than the second one. It’s really bright orange color really made us pay attention to it. It appeared out of nowhere and it was going on the same path as the first one. It also fits to the same description with the clouds given by you. Although a cloudless night it disappeared as if it was blocked out of sight by clouds. Also the fact that it was solid and had no flashing lights whatsoever made us believe it was no ordinary plane.
    To say the least it was an amazing experience and a one that we all will never understand in complexity.

  3. Just saw 4 red lights moving fast .Frist two together,third and fourth on their own but moving in the same line.