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A Hynek Classification of Distant Encounter is usually an incident involving an object more than 500 feet from the witness. At night it is classified as a "nocturnal light" (NL) and during the day as a "daylight disc" (DD). The size of the object or the viewing conditions may render the object in greater detail but yet not qualify the sighting as a Close Encounter which is an object within 500'. 

Two Orange Discs Fly In Straight Line
September 22. 1965
Landis, North Carolina


Dan Wilson:
Sept. 22, 1965; Landis, North Carolina (BB)
8:05 p.m. EST. Roger Bost and his sister sighted two very bright orange objects. They were flat on top and bottom and darker around the middle like two pie pans rim to rim, and sharply outlined. The objects were flying on a straight path to the north. The objects were seen for approximately 45 seconds.

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reports/650922landis_report.htm (Dan Wilson)
 

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