Recall those pilot eyewitness accounts of 'stars' swooping about the skies?

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Message posted by Smythers (Member since 01/10/2010) on April 22, 2023 at 14:22:11 PST:

Don't say I never give you anything.

Yes the photo is false color. No the exif data isn't attached. Yes the photographer's ID has to stay anonymous. Yes I saw the originals. No they are not aliens.

Eyewitness chasing northern lights. Her and her wife were watching the arctic skies when a pair of 'golden stars' appeared to move towards each other from the southern and northern horizons. When they 'almost collided or merged overhead', they appeared to pivot around a central unseen point. They then 'exploded away from one another, and in doing so each split into 4 smaller points of brilliant light.

As these raced away, they each appeared to try and 'play tag' (her words) with one another as they swooped about the skies.

Taking a wide angle lens, the photographer took a series of snaps, with the one we have here in question showing multiple points of interest and their track across the heavens.

Pay attention to the bottom left of the image in particular where two craft break off and appear to 'stabilize' after bleeding off speed.

Quite the remarkable photo, and truly a deep dark black project caught beneath the arctic skies.

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