night, Thrus. 5/21/09 , approx. 11:33 p.m.EST. went out as usual to stargaze, they weren't there, approx. 10:30 p.m. EST.. went back out at 11:33 p.m. approx., suddenly there. first exact words I spoke were "they shouldn' be there". 3 stars/lights/objects, looked at first equidistant. 2 bottom lights spread apart, with 3rd light slightly elevated (dead center) above bottom 2 lights/objects. quickly bottom right light moved quickly to right of sky, very quickly disappeared. ran in to get bi-noculars. past experience has proven scope observation was too interfered with by close proximity to streetlamp. Bi-noculars were bushnell 7 X 35, 420' @ 1000 yd.s., 140M @ 1000M, field 8 degrees. Small upper circle to right of 8 I assume denoted degrees. then focuses directly on both lights separately. had definite point of reference to distinguish individual object movement by treelines (treetops)above neighbor's houses directly across street from my location (51 n. fawn dr., newark, de.). both lights/objects moved independently of each other, different altitudes and movement left and right. Know I was seeing what I was seeing by fact that either one or both were moving above and below tree-lines (tops) at some times leaving line of sight. focused with bi-noculars as best poss., until very clear, but quit small orbs sighted. both objects/lights exhibited very, very rapid strobed light emissions with no apparrent paterns such as commercial aircraft. Far left light/object faded, disappeared quickly. only left object was center one. faded in and out of visibility. as throughout event changing course up/down, left/right. at event end object faded, disappeared and event over. can't think of any more details.as stated in prior repot, have no idea my longitute, latitude,ascention. declination, azimuth, etc. but if you want an approx. trajectory of where they were in relation to my specific ground location, I'm at 51 n. fawn dr., I saw objects directly above middle of 43 & 41 n. fawn dr., if you want to get satelite photo of my exact line of reference point line of sight. sicerely, [cms/tg/pid].p.s., PLEASE fpreward to "BW", NE,NA. Thankyou.