I awoke at around 5:30 a.M. my bedroom facing north and as i looked out my window. at this time of the morning, i'm watching the usual air-traffic and looking for meteors, etc. then at about 5:50 a.M., the air-traffic seem to stop, i didn't think much of it at the time and continued to look for meteors. i then notice star-like orbs at what i would consider to being at below orbital to above orbital paths. as i watched out my window, i started to count them. there were seven in a straight line. using my fingers to guess the spacing between the objects, to be about 1 inch from my point of view. the orbs appeared to glow colors that seemed to fluctuate from white, with orange-yellow and occasional reds. i have never seen anything quite like this, hence the reason i was taking a unique interest. i think they were coming from about 290 deg. (west) with a heading approximately 30 deg. (north-northeast). they were moving at a rather slow pace. slower than the space station and satellites i have seen before. then using my fingers again i'm guessing the second set orbs were about 2 inches of space and seven more spaced about 1 inch apart. all moving slowly on the same path. this lasted about 30-40 minutes. at about 5:20 a.M. air-traffic was back. planes come in every 5-10 minutes. no air-traffic during my observations. i thought this to be odd. as i thought about this, i think these were on the same path i saw the space station fly-by a few months back.