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This report was submitted to BEAMS at 11:16 PM UTC - 17 January 2017

17-01-2017:

Report: Formation of Spheres Changing From Purple to Blue to Red Then Forming Large Delta Shape: Seen From Fareham, Hants Looking Towards Gosport/Lee-on-Solent, UK



Name
***
Email
*******@gmail.com
City
Fareham, Hants, UK
Date
17/01/2017 - around 8:20PM
Location
Fareham
Message
Looking out due south from Fareham towards Gosport and Lee on the 
Solent I witnessed the same 3 purple orbs filmed in the 09/01/17: Gosport,
Hants, UK: Re: Video of Green to Purple Spheres, Flying Randomly &
Forming Triangles.

At first I saw them close together and I thought it was a plane coming over
toward Southampton airport (nothng unusual there) but noticed something
odd about it and the purple tinge to the colour so I stood and watched a
while, it quickly became apparent they were stationary in a small triangle
formation.

As I watched they began to separate slowly to form a large delta shape,
and as they did this the colour changed from purple to blue to a light blue
and eventually to red.

Closing back towards each other they changed to purple again before
finally separating to a large red delta again and then moving slowly to a
vertical line and changing back to red.

Myself and my neighbor witnessed this.

 

BEAMS comment: Someone suggested that these two sightings 09/01/2017 and 17/01/2017 may simply be someone flying their quadcopters; but who on earth would be standing outside in freezing temperatures doing Quadcopter formation flying? is what we would like to know; and wouldn't these sub temperatures affect battery performance and thus the ability to remain aloft for almost 7 minutes, as with the first case?