UFO Flight - Merge/Seperate

UFO Flight - Merge/Seperate

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Three glorious suns, each one a perfect sun;
Not seperated with the racking clouds,
But sever'd in a pale clear-shining sky,
See, see! they join, embrace, and seem to kiss,
As if they vow'd some league inviolable;
Now they are but one lamp, one light, one sun,
In this the heaven figure some event.

The object then seperated into 7/8 pieces and travelled swiftly horizontally before disappearing in an arc like a rocket.

|Hover|Beam|Flash|Maneuver|

Suddenly, the front and rear of the UFO split, each one identical to the original object they had been.

|Ellipse|Formation|Glow|

Six or eight red balls, arranged in a rectangular formation, became two objects with lights by the end of the 15 minute sighting.

|Sphere|Formation|

One round object intercepted a long object and either attached itself to the latter or disappeared.

|Sphere|

One small, glowing white oval split twice after moving from the right of the Moon around to the left.

|Ellipse|Glow|

Sanderson and his assistant saw a solid, flashing bright-red object which split into two pieces, each half moving off in a different direction. Sanderson, Ivan Terence.

|Flash|

One light, like a satellite, split into two parts, one of which was copperish color, then two more joined up.

|Nocturnal|

Two orange-colored, cone-shaped objects, merge.

|Cone|

As the reddish, glowing UFO flashed on and off, two smaller objects approached and merged with it. After a few minutes, the two smaller objects broke away.

|Cigar|Blinking|Flash|Glow|Hover|

Disc-shaped craft reflecting sunlight, splits in two and disappears.

|Disc|

Silver, bullet-shaped object, slowly rises upward as it separates and then reattaches itself back into shape.

|Bullet|

Threw off glowing particles, broke off into five seperate objects and the disappeared.

|Ellipse|Sphere|Base|Beam|Flash|Glow|Maneuver|

The mushroom tip detached and began to climb. As it did, it turned a bright orange. A few moments later, the mushroom descended reattached itself at the top, and the colors returned to their original shades.

|Cone|Landing_Mark|