Lake Munmorah, New South Wales
November 5th 2008
AUFORN Sighting Form Report
05.11.08 Lake Munmorah (NSW) 1200hrs
Source: AUFORN ONLINE UFO Report Form
Witness: Mrs. Maureen N
Number of witnesses present: 1
Sighting Duration: 5 minutes
Observation: While observing a bright light which has been appearing on a regular basis in the western sky (see my other report) I saw some flashing lights out of the corner of my eye. I was shocked to see a craft flying quietly over my house with no noise and traveling from north to south over Lake Munmorah. The rear was clearly visible as I was already looking through binoculars at the other light. There were two tail lights on either corner of the object, which were both flashing at the same time at one second intervals. These lights were extremely bright very much like strobe lights. There were no other coloured lights visible.
Description: No sound -just traveling at a regular speed across the sky as would a plane.
Apparent Size Other: Bigger than the planes which fly over a lot.
Actual Size: It was bigger than a regular plane (or else it was extremely big if it was higher up.)
Altitude: Not sure but this seemed like it was flying low as it was so clearly visible - I could see the tail lights and the faint outline of the craft.
Object Origin: From the north.
Object Destination: To the south and disappeared high into the sky, but the flashing strobe-lights were visible to the naked eye for the full 5 minutes before it disappeared.
Moon Visible: Yes the moon was easily seen.
Moon Size Comparison: Half the size.
Planets Visible: Yes quite a few stars.
Weather Visibility: Clear, Calm
Viewing Aids: Binoculars.
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