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Strange lights moving through the skies over Las Vegas and El Centro

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Unknown bright object slowly hovering over a mountain near Las Vegas. 


Two unknown spheres in the sky over El Centro, California, then the first sphere ejects several smaller orbs. 

Two unknown objects staying the same distance apart, traveling east to west over Middleton, Massachusetts, there was no contrail, no engines, no tail or wings, and no sound.
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