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Killarney, Qld, March 3 2007 (reported July 2008) (relates also to 04.03.2007 – below)

Killarney, Qld, March 3 2007 (reported July 2008) (relates also to 04.03.2007 – below)

A male was outside looking for his cats. He was looking south (toward NSW/QLD border) over the roof of the neighbour’s house. Two bright lemon-yellow lights moved from west to east in the southern sky between 15 & 30 degrees above the horizon. The lights were moving at a slow pace. He said that the lights were as bright as Venus. They looked to be approximately five miles away. There was a consistent light source from these lights. The top light was leading and it faded first. Then the second light that was behind and below the leading light vanished (not faded) 30 seconds after the first light faded. It was approximately one minute duration of observing these lights. The man went on to say that there are usually no major visible stars in this area of the sky at that time of night at this time of year. The weather was clear with no wind and a warmish temperature. The sizes of the lights were approximately two millimetres at arms length.

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Killarney, Queensland, Australia

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