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NORCTUNAL LIGHT IN THE AVEYRON, FRANCE, 2003:

Basic indications:

Number:
FR0017
Date written:
July 5, 2003
Date received:
July 5, 2003
Date published:
May 22, 2005
Date of sighting:
June 8, 2003
Place of sighting:
France, Aveyron
Original language of report:
French
Reported using:
e-mail
Unreleased information:
email address
Investigation, additional information:
None
Explanation:
Not looked for

The report:

Subject: observation 06/08/2003 / france
Date: 07/05/2003
From: [email address]

hello , first of all congratulations on your website. i just contact you to tell of a strange observation of which I was the witness with members of my family (in the rgion of the Aveyron) at approximately 11:30 p.m. / 00:00 on 06 / 08 / 2003
I do not really know how to describe it because I did not want it to be blamed to some satellite , airplane, shooting star with my few lines ...acutally, it was by reading your news section that I realized that a person in the United States saw exactly the same thing which he describes really well ( a week later on June 16 )

"OCEAN GROVE - The witness reports, "I was walking toward my home around 11 PM, on Monday, June 16, 2003, when I noticed a bright star. Then, suddenly it began to move and slowly became dimmer then finally it disappeared. The object was not a satellite, or space debris. It made a sudden movement from a fixed bright star or planet to a short movement forward. Then it seemed to stop and grow dim... no trailing off or anything or reappearing somewhere else. It was great, truly my first UFO observation. I was in the airline business for 20 years and know what aircraft look like at a distance, and how they behave. This was none of that!"

i would add on my part that the observation lasted nearly an hour and that's obvious because...this "ufo" which had made a movement starting from the place of one star " finished its course by taking the place of another star ( very faint and which did not move anymore ! )...we have seen this same phenomenon this same night 3 hours later ( not from the same location because motivated by what we had seen , we were exploring the noturnal sky while walking in broad country.

the displacement is vertical ( not something which goes down from the sky ), the duration of the phenomenon happened on a small segment of straight line...starts from one star and goes to replace another one ( kind of hide and seek ?????)and lasts approximately 6 or 7 seconds.

thank you for your attention.
Alexandre.

don't publish my email address.

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