The description and photo of this latest Texas UFO is not all that compelling by itself - a floating orb making slight movements could be a satellite. However, the context of this sighting makes it more intriguing. The witness is an expert star gazer (she even shared a beautiful photo of the moon she took) and is used to seeing planes and planets and whatnot. As well, she's been seeing the same orb or fireball since February. The first time she saw it, she thought it was a meteor. But its returning visits have made her suspicious. While in the past, she's seen it disintegrate, this time around, she was not looking at the sky when it disappeared. (And remember, a star doesn't just disappear.)
Here's one of the photos she snapped, and although you can't make out the true shape or color of the UFO, you can
Here's the full MUFON report:
I started seeing this object in Feb 2013. The first time I saw it I was sitting outside and noticed a fireball NW of Houston, which seemed to disintegrate. I thought it was a star or meteor. Two nights later I saw the same thing. On March 24th I went outside and I noticed the same fireball type of object west. I noticed the object because it was exactly like the fireball I saw disintegrate. I often watch and photograph the night sky, and knew it was not a planet or plane as we live in flight path and the planes are obvious.It seemed to be hovering with some slight movement the the south.I went inside to get my camera and when I came back out it was further NW. I took several pictures with a 250mm lense. Went back into to download the photos. Then went out 10 minutes later and it was completely gone. I was expecting to see this orb as I have been seeing others recently. I am enclosing some photos along with a photo I took of the moon tonight. I'm fairly good at still photography at night..it appears the object was moving.
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