Group sighting: "There's sputnik" It was a Saturday night around the bbq / fire pit at the lake (Clearwater). It was one of the weekends that the cousins joined us. Around the fire was me, Mom, Dad, Uncle x, Aunt x and some cousins. It was now after dark and the sky was full of stars. While everyone is hanging out around the fire, Dad comments that it's about time for sputnik to come through the sky. Shortly later, Dad proclaims "there's sputnik" and sure enough, a satellite was heading south to north and was nearing noon high directly above. Only a moment into watching, Dad says here comes another one and another one and another one. Three objects that looked equally bright and equal in size to the satellite came zooming and made a triangular formation around the satellite and synchronized their pace with it. Each object came from different directions at un-comprehendable speeds given satellites travel in the range of 17,000 miles per hour in orbit. One came from what seemed like due south, the next was from the west and the last was from the east. They showed up one at a time, but immediately after each other. After watching the 3 objects track the satellite for only seconds, all three objects zoomed off back in the directions they came. Unlike their arrival, the departure was exactly simultaneous and possibly moved even faster than when they arrived. There was no sign of ramping up to speed, their acceleration seemed instantaneous.