Around the middle of September, 2010, a Tucson ABC affiliate posed images and video online of an altogether unremarkable wazit over the skies of that southern Arizona city. It was so small and distant, that it was scarcely visible to the naked eye. Yet, the post got so many hits on their website that it quickly became one of the station's top 5 stories.
Then last Thursday, calls came in about lights over the nearby town of Ajo. The following night received reports of lights over the Catalina mountains. Several of these witnesses sent in their amorphous, noctilucent blobs, which they found "incredible".