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Uploader comment: Here is the object again...This is the biggest object in the sky we see each night...The other smaller objects seem to move more than this one...They seem to move toward this one...In this picture you can see the smaller objects going to this object or passing in front of this object...Compare this picture to my Strange Flying 9 picture...

   

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Comment icon #2 Posted by Tag on 4 January, 2013, 4:13
rippedagain5...I looked at your pictures...You may have a different thing then mine...Mine you can always see the same circular pattern on the inside...I dont see that with your picture...My does change colors as yours but I have never seen anything open up...
Comment icon #1 Posted by rippedagain5 on 3 January, 2013, 22:09
Yup I see the same thing outside Tucson AZ. I'll post some pics.I have video of it thats just crazy.
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