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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Green UFO lights in Chevron form flying over Fort Collins CO 1/18/17



I was letting my roommates dog outside, when I saw a group of fluorescent green UFO lights in the form of a chevron. This was observed a few minutes after 23:30 MST approximately 4 blocks south of CSU Fort Collins campus. The event lasted for 5 to 10 seconds. It was a clear night with no clouds, stars were visible. I was the only witness who saw this. I am a senior at Colorado State studying Civil Engineering and have a good understanding of physics, optics, and trigonometry.

There were 5 to 7 UFO lights in the formation, and were first seen 20 to 30 degrees above the horizon. I was looking south when I first sighted these UFOs, and watched them move north almost directly overhead; they were 20 degrees from vertical to the east of me. As the UFO chevron passed over head, it started accelerating and gaining altitude, before the UFO lights disappeared 40 to 50 degrees above the horizon looking north. The UFO lights were observed for a total of 100 to 120 degrees in the sky. As the lights passed from south to north, they changed shape from a chevron into a straight line. I live on a N-S-E-W street grid, and I can determine that the UFO lights were traveling within 10 degrees of the N-S axis. From the observation point, the lights appeared relatively small, but much larger than a star. The individual lights were round, with a hazy edge and appeared to be about 1/6 the size of the moon. The UFO chevron formation had a span of 3 moons, and stayed approximately this size for the entire duration, as they changed shape. As the UFO passed overhead, it made no sounds. The dog I was letting out did not respond to the event. NUFORC Note: We spoke via telephone with the witness, and we found him to be eloquent, and sober-minded. In part, because of his technical training, we suspect he is a very capable witness. He has submitted a very nice graphic, which illustrates the UFO sighting, and which is posted to the NUFORC website.