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Rooty Hill, West Sydney, January 2007

Rooty Hill, West Sydney, January 2007

What I have been observing for the last couple of years can be seen almost every night. When you look up at the stars – and you have to look very carefully – you will see objects that look about the same size as the stars moving at very fast speeds, too fast to be planes, no noise, no flashing lights etc. Most of the time they travel in a straight direction alone and at other times I have seen them in groups. I have observed one of these objects sit still for a few minutes, accelerate to an incredible speed and after a few red flashes of light disappear. This happened at exactly the same time three nights in a row. They appear to be just outside the Earth’s atmosphere when travelling.

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Rooty Hill, New South Wales, Australia

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