The best description is that there was a fleet of approximately 14 objects at an extremely high altitude at my twellve oclock.. my first observation was that it was a single satellite. then i began seeing others. they were coming in waves of two. it would be what i call a very relaxed formation. essentially when the last two came over, the first two had reached the far western horizon. there was about a 40% cloud cover, but the clouds were thin, so you could follow the objects through them. one of the groups had a third unit, and as they traveled they never changed position in relation to one another. the first one i saw came to a stand still and stayed there the entire time. it moved very short distances erratically, and i may have been in some distress. the moon was also straight above, and very bright. i took a pic and videos, but the objects were relatively small, and the moonligh flshed them out, but i did get some images on a still shot. my fiance had joined me and saw them as well. i got a small high powered flashlight and sent signals to the stationary object with no response. at this time, as we were watching the objects continously fly over, a metorite fell from the north (behind us) and disintegrated in front of us at a range of about 1000 feet giving the familiar green glow at an altitude of about 200 feet. due to the altitude, ths fleet may not have had any intention of landing on earth.