>>1. Where were you and what were you doing at the time?I was with my wife and son playing in our apartment playground, swinging on the swings.>>2. What made you first notice the object?My son enjoys spotting airplanes/helicopters in the sky. I noticed a jet in the distance to the northeast and pointed it out to him. I scanned the skies for additional planes, then noticed a small point to the southeast that looked like a strong reflective glint.I focused on it a bit more (I was in motion on the swing, but stopped after a few seconds), then noticed that the bright point had several (6-8) similarly small points arranged around it in an irregular pattern. The surrounding point objects were not as bright/reflective.>>3. What did you think the object was when you first noticed it?Truly did not know what it could be - perhaps some kind of large high-altitude balloon. But I could not reconcile why several other point objects would be around the bright point. They were not moving like a flock of birds and I did not think they were a group of consumer balloons (e.g. reflective mylar novelty balloons)>>4. Describe the object and its actions.In addition to what I described above, I returned to swinging on the swings since my son was insisting noisily that I resume our family activities. While swinging and watching the object group, I noticed one of the peripheral objects move in a horizontal, straight line -- it did not appear to leave the basic perimeter area of the arrangement. I looked away for a few moments, then looked up and saw the overall group was slowly heading south and disappearing behind a tree in my view.>>5. Describe your reactions and actions, during and after sighting the object.I was very puzzled, trying to figure out a rational explanation for the objects. I observed several jet airliners flying in the general vicinity and they seemed to clearly be at a lower altitude than these point objects.I asked my wife to confirm she could see the objects too and she did. They have been on my mind for hours after the event! :-)>>6. How did you lose sight of the object?As noted, when I looked for the group they seemed to be moving lower in the horizon (due south) to the point of being obscured by a tree and apartment roofline. I lost sight completely after about 5 minutes and did not attempt to gain a clearer view from a different location.