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This report was submitted to BEAMS at 10:37 PM UTC - 03 August 2016


 
Name
**** *******
Email
*************@gmail.com
City
London, UK
Date
30/07/16
Location
S.E. London Kent border Sidcup 
Message
Three lights looking like satellites from the east heading west appeared 
in a straight line then were joined by another two lights flying in a straight
line,

Looked like something burning in the atmosphere heading in my direction.

The lights became brighter then began criss-crossing.

They were flying much higher than a nearby plane, then their speed slowed.

They stopped in a line then headed back in the direction they came towards the east became fainter and disappeared. In all about 30 seconds.
   

Update received 12/11/16:

 

Hello Hilary and Kenneth,

I wrote down on a piece of paper what I saw on 30-07-2016 when I was at guard duty at a local family park in Landgraaf, The Netherlands. Just between 0:15 and 0:20 weird lights appeared in the sky, travelling in a straight line.

I saw on your website this post, on the same date I saw it:

Three lights looking like satellites from the east heading west appeared
in a straight line then were joined by another two lights flying in a straight
line.


Looked like something burning in the atmosphere heading in my direction.
The lights became brighter then began criss-crossing.

This was exactly what I saw. It was so strange that I decided to document it and do research on it later. And now I stumbled upon your website, with someone reporting the same incident on the same date. I wanted to inform good people like yourself, who can store this information for future research.

Have a nice day, and thanks for taking your time to read my e-mail.

Greetings from the Netherlands.