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Question by Nickole: Did anyone see the orange light in sky last night at 12:05am, Simi Valley California?
I live in Simi Valley California and it was New Years eve last night so we went outside and were looking up for fireworks when my son noticed this strange orange light. It was way to high to be a plane or firework but way to slow to be a shooting star (meteor). The light was in the sky for about 1 minute then it disappeared. My family and I tried to research the light and maybe get an explanation but we found that 1 year ago exactly people saw the same orange light on the east coast.

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Answer by Robby
No, but I saw a red light last night in Florida. It wasn’t fireworks nor airplane.

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3 Responses to Q&A: Did anyone see the orange light in sky last night at 12:05am, Simi Valley California?

  1. sue g on November 3, 2011 at 7:23 am

    we had thme in glasgow scotland aswell freaky tho they were bright red!!

  2. Tacit Knowledge on November 3, 2011 at 8:00 am

    I asked a very similar question to this a couple hours ago!

    You can read my question for a description of what I saw
    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AllzxSgtY_2YfRRch5NYPGnsy6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20100101135817AArnC96

    Nutshell, I live in San Diego, California. We all went out side to spray champagne everywhere when the clock hit midnight. We did our thing, then a couple minutes later my friend pointed out 3 red dots in the sky that resembled a star that was red instead of white.

    They didn’t move at all for about 5 minutes. Then one started to bob up and down, and slowly faded while moving “down”. Then the other two started to rotate in a circle. About 2 minutes later a second disappeared. About 30seconds later, the third disappeared. They were all gone. We captured it with my friends video recorder.

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