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UFO Over Dunedin, New Zealand. 16 May 2013
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[quote:catwoman66:MV8yMjM0MzI5XzM5MjY2MDU1X0JBOEVFNTU=] I saw it also. I was on the hill in St Clair. I had just returned home as saw it as I was getting out of my car. It was just as you described, the exact same colour as a street light I would say, and quite large. It moved smoothly (wasn't darting around going in and out of vision) and moved in an easterly direction over Waverly and presumably out off the east coast. It was not a Chinese Lantern, and was not a plane. I wonder now if it could have been a helicopter with only a surface floodlight going or something?? I really have no other explanation. [/quote]
I don't have any video sorry (any that came out at lease).
Anyone else see it?
It looked like a street light. When I first saw it out the corner of my eye it looked very bright and was moving fast and up from the harbour. It then started moving the south west above the city then turned and looked like it was staying still, but it was getting dimmer so it must have been headed off away South East from the city at this stage. It then slowly faded out.
It wasn't a plane as far as I could tell; no flashing lights; very uniform colour light (amber-ish/orange-ish); seemed round. Checked through binoculars but still just looked like a flying street lamp bulb.
That it moved away from the city to the south-east is odd in that nothing is out that way for 1,000's of kilometers. And if it was a commercial flight of some sort it wouldn't have been that low when I first saw it and move the way it did, up from the low hight in the harbour and away.
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