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This report was submitted to BEAMS at 08:18 AM UTC - 03 October 2018

03-10-2018 Report: Bright Sky Orbs Mystery Newlands Corner, Guildford, Surrey, UK

3 October 2018 21:10
Newlands Corner
I was with a good friend of mine a former RAF Pilot hanging out as we'd been 
working all day. The night was fairly warm around 9c and there was little to no
breeze. There was intermittent cloud cover as you could see Ursa Major low in
the sky looking north but couldn't always see the handle. Cassiopeia was in the
sky, fairly low but not as low as Ursa Major to the East. The reason we saw this
was because there was an extremely brilliant white Orb... eyes on stalks bright!

This was as bright as the full moon, in between these two star constellations which
seemed to almost burst with light and as soon as it had done this it started to
retreat back and dissipate in brightness and then eventually vanished back into the
sky, heading North; it continued to move silently and no other sounds of aircraft and
moved off at a noticeable speed, approx.100 knots, and steadily climbed as it moved away and just vanished.

It looked like it was at an altitude of 10,000, similar to some aircraft we had seen,
but obviously without the usual aircraft lights.

All this took around 2 to 3 minutes and it was certainly a case of Wow did you see
that? About 15 mins afterwards, we noticed a smaller Orb which was very faint just
scooting across the sky from East to North at a higher altitude; this Orb was
more a yellow colour and was very faint in comparison to the larger white Orb we
had seen.