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Has anyone else seen an orange ball in the sky tonight over london?

 
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Has anyone else seen an orange ball in the sky tonight over london?
This is crazy.Slowed my car and said to my friend "hey Mars looks big tonight" but then it started moving across the sky fast,slowed for a second then sped up again.Cars behind started hooting, so had no option but to continue.Ok So has anybody else seen an orange ball tonight or previously?.This was a healthy size object and not a dot.
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Re: Has anyone else seen an orange ball in the sky tonight over london?
Flying tomato behind some swamp gas... i guess....
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Re: Has anyone else seen an orange ball in the sky tonight over london?
London, England or London, Ontario?
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It is called the sun, or Sol. It warms and fuels everything.
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Re: Has anyone else seen an orange ball in the sky tonight over london?
London, England or London, Ontario?
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London UK.To the poster saying it was the sun...it was almost 11pm.
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Afraid not, live about 150 miles out, but, The clouds were redish orange around 11pm.
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Re: Has anyone else seen an orange ball in the sky tonight over london?
Did you really see that? I am in Calif., and I have been seeing weird things in the sky lately. We are supposed to be watchmen.
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orange ball in sky last night it was huge ball of fire it looked like scared the hell out of me it went over my house and into the distance almost as if it was going back out into space i live in chippenham wiltshire i also managed to take a picture of it on my phone
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Super large star in southwest sky last night in central Florida,anyone know about that one?
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its most likely one of these , when in motion it looks like a orange ball of plasma.

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rastabanan I have seen a lot of orange balls last night!
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Re: Has anyone else seen an orange ball in the sky tonight over london?
Yes, saw one at 9.40 London, 19th aug 2009, researching what it could be when found your thread.
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Re: Has anyone else seen an orange ball in the sky tonight over london?
This is crazy.Slowed my car and said to my friend "hey Mars looks big tonight" but then it started moving across the sky fast,slowed for a second then sped up again.Cars behind started hooting, so had no option but to continue.Ok So has anybody else seen an orange ball tonight or previously?.This was a healthy size object and not a dot.
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Re: Has anyone else seen an orange ball in the sky tonight over london?
London Ontario or London England. I live in London area in Ontario sitting in my back yard at around 10p.m. tonight seen a orange ball looked like fire moving slowing across the sky very slowly in a staight line. Can anyone tell me what this is?[youtube]
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Yes Dave from IL
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I saw one last night about shortly after 9pm in central Pennsylvania. The whole sky light up like lightning and then I saw the orange ball moving through the northern sky for just a second before it disappeared behind the landscape.
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oh I missed it! whereabouts in London were you when you saw it. Out of my window in west London looking east over the centre of London.. would I have seen it? I did see dozens of orange fireballs a few weeks back over Maida Vale area, but when I looked through my binoculars I could see they were simply floating lanterns, besides I could see more floating up from the ground around the Maida Vale area. But.. I did see a real orange fireball in late 70s flying slowly/hovering over my house up in the north west of England. Quite a sight..! I'm a bit dubious about these orange UFO's.. esp: after reading Budd Hopkins report on the incident that happened in New York at 3am, 30 november 1989, near the Brooklyn Bridge. An orange ball was invovled in abducting a Mother & son from a high rise apartment block, UN Secreteary General Perez De Quilia & his 2 bodyguards. It was a disturbing experience for all involved. The UN Secretary refused to talk about it ever.. & didn't last in his job for long after that... poor fella.
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This is crazy.Slowed my car and said to my friend "hey Mars looks big tonight" but then it started moving across the sky fast,slowed for a second then sped up again.Cars behind started hooting, so had no option but to continue.Ok So has anybody else seen an orange ball tonight or previously?.This was a healthy size object and not a dot.
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Yup saw it & made a post here too right after.
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London, England or London, Ontario?

London UK.To the poster saying it was the sun...it was almost 11pm.
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Yeah the time sounds the same too. Saw it, was silent.But bright as fuck, wife saw it too.Too bright to be one of those lanterns.
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It was the sun.

I know we don't see it that often in the UK but jeeez get a clue.
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This is crazy.Slowed my car and said to my friend "hey Mars looks big tonight" but then it started moving across the sky fast,slowed for a second then sped up again.Cars behind started hooting, so had no option but to continue.Ok So has anybody else seen an orange ball tonight or previously?.This was a healthy size object and not a dot.
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Lizard Queen's flatulence after devouring a few hapless homo sapiens.
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Wow, I cannot believe you saw something like that too!
I was walking to a bon-fire party, with a bunch of people.
Saw the moon, and what I thought was Jupiter beside it, and then a bright red hue 'star' next to that, alligned in the sky in a perfect line.
I pointed it out to the people I was walking with - about 7.
Walked for 2 more min.
Then someone said "That's not mars, thats a plane"
I looked, and it was moving across the sky, s-l-o-w-l-y.

It was moving away, and to the right.
It eventually lost our views.

It was crazy, it's amazing you saw something similar in the UK!

I wonder what that thing was.
It was REALLY bright.
and, nicely red.

Times are changing, my friend.
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Wow, I cannot believe you saw something like that too!
I was walking to a bon-fire party, with a bunch of people.
Saw the moon, and what I thought was Jupiter beside it, and then a bright red hue 'star' next to that, alligned in the sky in a perfect line.
I pointed it out to the people I was walking with - about 7.
Walked for 2 more min.
Then someone said "That's not mars, thats a plane"
I looked, and it was moving across the sky, s-l-o-w-l-y.

It was moving away, and to the right.
It eventually lost our views.

It was crazy, it's amazing you saw something similar in the UK!

I wonder what that thing was.
It was REALLY bright.
and, nicely red.

Times are changing, my friend.
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To add; I live in Toronto, Ontario - and it was about 10 15 - 10 30 pm.
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Times are changing, my friend.
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England winning 4-0, i think you may be right. GLad others saw it. Was a trip.
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What i saw was very much like this. Im in UK.
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What i saw was very much like this. Im in UK.
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Wow, great video.
That's pretty much exactly what I saw.
Except the ball was moving away from me.

Now that I know it wasn't an isolated thing, I'm VERY interested.
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Re: Has anyone else seen an orange ball in the sky tonight over london?

What i saw was very much like this. Im in UK.



Wow, great video.
That's pretty much exactly what I saw.
Except the ball was moving away from me.

Now that I know it wasn't an isolated thing, I'm VERY interested.
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I saw something like this in Chicago on the night of Sept. 18 2009, at about 10:36 pm. I was sitting on my patio with my wife. A bright orange, or orange-red light cleared the roof of my house heading notheast to southwest. It passed near jupiter and appeared to be 1 or 2 magnitudes brighter than the planet. Max elevation was about 35 to 45 degrees and we watched it move thru an azimuth arc of about 75 degrees. I would say we observed it for at least 60 seconds and perhaps as long as 120 seconds. As it moved it flickered randomly in brightness by about 30% and at other times was constant. The brightness was pretty constant for much of the pass, until the last 20 seconds when it started dimming and became invisible about 15 or 20 degrees above the southwest horizon. There was no noise associated with it. It appeared to be traveling at an angular rate similar to what satellites traverse the sky at, but I checked my satellite tables and found no predicted passes for anything near that time. (Last visible satellite pass for anything on heavens-above.com was listed more than an hour earlier.

The bad news was, I was not wearing my glasses that night and so I could discern no details. It appeared to be round, but I could not make out if it was a point source or had a definite disk. My wife (who wears thick glasses)said she thought the light had a small fuzzy shape that may have ranged from round to teardrop shape.

It was moving far too slow to be a fireball meteor, and there was no visible trail streaming behind it. Could have been an aircraft with some kind of goofy sodium vapor light on it, but I got the impression that the illumination was coming from a surface with a bigger than normal angular displacement.

The most unusual aspects were the color, flickering, and the brightness. Usually aircraft lights will not appear that bright as you track it over such a long path across the sky.

Although it probably has an ordinary explaination, I am an amatuer astronomer and it had a most unusual appearance from anything I have seen at night.
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What i saw was very much like this. Im in UK.



Wow, great video.
That's pretty much exactly what I saw.
Except the ball was moving away from me.

Now that I know it wasn't an isolated thing, I'm VERY interested.
 Quoting: guy369



OK, I have done a little research and now have come up with a reasonable explaination. I live in Chicago and earlier replied to your post with my own description of what I saw.

After doing a little research, and if you saw your object in a fairly clear sky, or at least no rain..... it was probably a chinese lantern balloon. These are small hot air balloons that can be purchased at skylanterns.com. The videos I saw on the website pretty closely match what I saw.

They are apparently popular in thailand and I live near an asian community ( 1 mile away). The winds aloft on the night I saw my object were consistant with the path the object followed. The asian community is also upwind of my house for that night. The flickering and color of the flames that generate the lift are also consistant with what I saw.


So, I don't think we are being invaded.

The balloons are cylindrical in shape and can be 2 meters tall and 1.5 meters in diameter.
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I'm in India now, and about 10 days ago (5 or 6 december)I saw an orange ball in the sky, like a ball reflecting light, bright orange. It went one diection, then stood still, and the continued on its way but became smaller and smaller.
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Did any one see them after 12am new years day. when I was looking at the fireworks on my balcony I saw so many orange balls of light I lost count?

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