Just a bit ago, a Texan was observing five red lights flying in formation above their home. And apparently, they weren't the only witness, as the neighbors were oohing and ahhing over the sight themselves.
This sighting reminds me an awful lot of a recent sighting out of Austin, featuring video (which you can see at the bottom of this post).
Here's a drawing the witness provided:
And here's their full description of the sighting, (both were submitted to MUFON):
I was sitting outside on the balcony when I heard my neighbors talking about something in the sky. I finally noticed something about a minute later coming from behind the trees. It was four glowing lights in a trapezoidal formation traveling in a north westerly direction. As I was viewing them a fifth light appeared behind the original four. It was centered in back of the original four. They were all a bright reddish-orange color and did not blink. The light came from a bright center, gradually dimming outwards and appeared spherical. They appeared like a flash like from a camera but it was constant. It was not a satellite as I have seen those before. I did not notice any type of indicator lights like you would normally see on an airplane. The lights then dimmed to practically nothing. All I could see was a very small pinpoint of light. I noticed them as I was facing east at about a 45 degree angle up from due east. They traveled without changing formation until I was facing due north still at about 45 degrees up from north. I took around ten minutes for them to travel from first sighting to last light out. A few minutes later I noticed an airplane flying in the same direction at a higher rate of speed than the object was travelling.
And last but definitely not least... check out this video of a similar sighting (I think) in Austin from July 2nd:
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