Residents of Honolulu reported seeing UFOs in the sky over Ala Moana Beach Park at 6:20 p.m.
The reporters described 2 small lights in the sky as fireballs with streams behind them, like continuous shooting stars that moved directions a couple of times.
The Honolulu KHON-TV2 news stationís sky-cam caught the objects in the sky.
Neither the National Weather Service nor the Federal Aviation Administration reported finding any objects on their radar at the time the objects were witnessed.
The U.S. military conducted a missile defense test off Kauai that evening but the test didnít begin until 7:20 p.m., one hour after the reports.
Gareth Wynn Williams, an astronomy professor at University of Hawaii explained that the UFOs were most likely streams of cold condensed water formed from a high flying airplane.
General description of UFO Sighted:
2 small fireballs of light, streamers behind each one similar to shooting star.
Changed directions a few times, 45° angle in the sky.