A Texas UFO Sightings reader was intrigued and then bewildered by a set of unusually bright blue, white, and orange "stars" that eventually disappeared. What's interesting is the moon was very bright, as well, and that usually drowns out the stars... but not in this case! He wished to remain anonymous, but provided a very detailed account:
The moon was shining brightly threw my window around 11:00 pm and I could not sleep. The light was keeping me up so I went to cover my window that's when I noticed three l unusual objects in the sky. They were all in the western part of the sky one was a bright blue white orb wich looked like a large saphere. It was not a star I am a avid astronomer and can tell the diffrence. The next two were very similar in shape and color an in the north western part. They were orange and there glow was in the the shape of a cross. After thirty minutes all but one of the orange objects had vanished. My memory card was broken for some odd reason and no pictures.