I love the stars and always look at the sky at night when it's clear, but this time one of them caught my eye because it was pulsating, would get dim, then flash brightly again. i watched it for several minutes, wondering if it really was a star, and when it didn't move i assumed it was. i tried to get my teenage daughter to get up and look at it, but she was already in bed, so i took a video of it and sent to her, which showed how it was pulsating. (sadly, it was on snapchat, so it went away as soon as she watched it.) while brushing my teeth, i decided to look on my sky map to see what star it was, since it was so unique, but once i got finished and went to look, the light was no longer there. it had been stationary in that one spot for approximately 10 minutes (that i know of) pulsating and flashing randomly, then it was gone. i literally got the chills when i realized it was no longer there because i had no idea what i'd seen. something similar happened to my husband and i in spartanburg, sc at the end of march. we were driving down the road and we both saw a light in the sky (like a star, but brighter). we didn't think much about it until it disappeared right in front of us.