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It was 9:30pm, on Monday May 22, 2006. I was on Hwy 16, heading west, and had just past the Hwy 83 exit. I witnessed a bluish,green round glowing orb light moving very fast from the southern sky, heading north. The orb was the size of an eraser head, like the one on the end of a pencil. The light had no trailing, tail, it was uniform in size and color, and at an altitude of where the clouds would be. Monday night was a cloudless night, dark with stars present. I was surprised at the speed at which it moved! From the moment I saw the bluish/green orb, from the south, from the time I no longer could see it, going north, it only took 8 seconds! This light was traveling at a very high rate of speed! I was driving on the highway, so I do not know if this orb made any noise. This will be the third time in the last six years I have seen a "greenish" orb, the last one I saw had come straight down from a dense cloud cover, stopped, and at a high rate of speed headed north, this sighting was about 9 miles east of where I was last night on the same highway.
>From what I could see,,it was "TO" uniform to be a meteor, but than I could be wrong. I am sure anyone who was out last night in the areas of (Hartland,Chenequa,Stone Bank, North Lake) areas could have seen this last night
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