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This report was submitted to BEAMS at 08:40 PM UTC - 14 April 2018


06-04-2018 Report: Astronomer Sees UFOs High Above Torquay, Devon, UK

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Name
*******
Email
*******-****@live.co.uk
City
Torquay
Date
06/04/18
Location
Torquay
Message
I'm an amateur astronomer, visual magnitude of the 2 objects were 
-6 and -4.5 approx. To the SSW of Torquay, about 30 degrees above
the horizon, half hour after sunset.

Arcturus was visible, I was looking towards that star. 2 objects, brighter
than any planet were south east of the star. Not moving.

My thought were 2 planets. But Jupiter was not due until after 11.

Venus had set to the north east at 8 or so.

I went for a pair of 20x80 bins. Clouds spread from the south and I
couldn't get a good look.

They were there for a few minutes. Disappeared quickly.

They weren't stars, way too bright. And in the wrong place for planets.

Brighter one above the fainter one.

North east of it. Relatively low on the horizon. Near Bootes the constellation.

Not far from Arcturus. I was looking for double stars in Bootes at the time.

Update:
"I was observing in Shiphay area of Torquay. What is interesting is that the
cliffs photographed by the other report are directly below the area I saw the
2 bright hovering objects. Thatchers Rock area. Arcturus was appearing
as the sun was going down. These objects were to the right of Arcturus.
Looking south east from Shiphay. Towards Thatcher Rock area of Torquay.
They hung there for a few minutes. They were higher in the sky then the
other report. And stationary. Arcturus rises here over Babbacombe.
As seen from Shiphay.
These objects were over the coast to the right. Which is Thatchers rock. "