Posted: February 16, 2009
Date: February 12, 2009
Time: Approx: 8:00 p.m.
Hi, On Friday evening I looked out to see an aircraft with a very bright red flashing light either on the starboard side (aren't the lights required to be green on the starboard side) or rotating all around. It proceeded west to east, quite low, and soon disappeared behind the houses and trees. As soon as it was gone I saw it's twin but very high overhead. I watched it "float" slowly east for about 5 minutes, with naked eye and binoculars. Not once did I see a green light on either side of it nor a white light on the tail as I believe is also required. Just a very bright flashing starboard or a very bright rotating red light, it was hard to determine which is correct. Finally it disappeared from view way off in the east, much further than I would normally be able to keep airplane lights in view. It also did not travel as fast as an airplane. I think helicopters are also required to show the green starboard, red port, and white tail lights for safety reasons.
I failed to notice the time but would guess it was before my 7:00 o'clock on line appointment or immediately after it, at 8:00 p.m. What did I see?
Thank you to the witness for their sighting report.
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