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Noosa, November 3, 2011, 7.30pm

Noosa, November 3, 2011, 7.30pm

I live in Noosa QLD and last night 03/11/11 at around 7.30pm, myself and a friend where on my front deck. I saw a star moving in the sky. It was as small as the smallest star you can see with your naked eye. I watched it for about 30 seconds when it vanished – there were no clouds in the sky. I then saw another star following in the exact same flight path. I told my friend to look, and he was able to spot it too. Around this time a helicopter with normal flashing lights was heading straight into the star’s path but went under the star. Five minutes later another star followed the previous star’s flight path. AGAIN. We tracked it as it moved irregularly in the sky. It was almost zig-zagging, and after three minutes of watching it move through the sky, we noticed it did not fly straight but more like a half circle from one side of the sky to the other. We could tell whatever it was it wasn’t in our atmosphere, yet it moving way too fast for a satellite and way too slow for a shooting star.

As I continued to watch the sky, a bluish light blinked. I could not believe it, as it was in the same flight path of the three stars. Another star moved, this time to our left, in the sky. While we watched these stars move we saw two helicopters and one jet in the sky, which really helped us to determine that the stars where not aircraft, at least not ours. In total we saw eight separate flying objects in 30 minutes (including the helicopters and jet).


Noosa Heads, Queensland, Australia


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