Walking outside for a sky visual, I saw a bright, noiseless, red-orange orb pass directly overhead near the zenith headed East. I ran to grab the camera. By the time I retrieved my camera, the object was approximately 40-degrees up, then moved to about 35-degrees. The object's speed looked constant. Then it moved downward or further East behind trees. While Reviewing the images at high resolution, I noticed a shape change with a bulge like a smaller orb was attached or associated it (see image). This visual could be caused by tumbling. The direction of travel was plotted from locations of serial shots. Also noticed was a blue cast to a small portion of the orb's upper right side. The increase in brightness/intensity next to the orb can be tested accurately with the Photoshop eyedropper. In DSC2211, there is also a shift of the orb's color to the blue end. We live under an East to West flightpath and about 3-miles from an airforce base to the South. The West to East commercial path is to the South several miles away. Any objects tend to stand out when they move in the -wrong- direction, have no flashing lights, landing lights, or FAA-required green and red wing tip lights. During this time, I did not notice any air traffic. This is not the first time. Excitement always accompanies a sighting. This was no exception.