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I have the habit of staying outside at night for a while to get some fresh air and sleep better, I also take the opportunity to stargaze, and because of this, I've seen a number of weird things in the sky. I'm sure many of them can be explained away as normal phenomena, but here's one thing that stuck out to me.
I was outside one night as usual, the sky was partially cloudy, I was just sitting when I thought I saw something move fast in the sky out of the corner of my eye. At first I thought it must've been my imagination so I didn't bother looking up, but a few moments later I thought "but why not?". So I sat up and walked a bit to see the sky better because the edge of the roof of my house was blocking part of my view. When I looked up, I saw a group of lights fly by at very fast speed. They were traveling in a slightly jagged line, not one behind the other but one at the side of the other, if you get what I mean, English isn't my first language, sorry. Like a few of them were a bit further ahead, a few were a bit behind etc. The lights themselves were big in size, not like a star, it's hard to explain the size since they were at a distance, the best I can do is fully stretch your arm up towards the sky and point your index finger, look at your fingernail, each light was only slightly smaller than the size of your fingernail. But they weren't really bright, the light was orange-yellowish color and sort of pale/faint. I just watched them with my jaw dropped as they nearly crossed the horizon in a few seconds. I'm not good at identifying sky-stuff.. Anyone know what they could've been?
Edit; forgot to mention, they were completely soundless and moved very steadily/at constant speed.