Saturday's celestial mystery stirred up a response similar to this image taken from NASA's Viking missions to Mars in the 1970s, seemingly portraying a face on the surface of Mars. It was later determined to be the product of lighting on a random rock formation. (AP)
WASHINGTON - Dozens saw floating lights around Forest Glen Saturday night near the Beltway and Georgia Avenue.
Calls to police started coming in around 9:45 p.m., Montgomery County Police say, describing a low-flying aircraft in the area.
Callers to WTOP say there were solid orange lights in the sky moving south.
The Federal Aviation Administration wasn't aware of anything in the area, police say, so the objects remain unidentified.
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