Three small circles of light in a constantly changing pattern.Three white circles, about the size of a dime held at arm's length, were observed in the eastern sky about thirty degrees above the horizon. They formed a triangle, but changed their position relative to one another continually and very quickly. About one minute after the initial sighting, the objects grew smaller in diameter and finally disappeared. Two similar (same?) objects reappeared in about the same position and then also blinked out. Observation with binoculars gave no detail other than circles or vertical disks lit from within.