1. was sitting and a chair relaxing observing the night sky. 2. objects we're notice because of the dramatically bright light white blue flare up. 3. i thought possibly it was just reflected light off of a satellite. then i thought it was possibly space debris burning up in the atmosphere 4. observed two bright white blue flashes in the sky to the west. similar to a match being ignited the first became lit with the second becoming bright two seconds later. seemed to be 100 times brighter than the brightest star in the sky. the flare-up lasted less than 3 seconds. the brightness of both were reduced to that of a typical satellite. the second object followed the first for about 20 seconds. the first object changed course at approximately a 45 degree angle. the second object also changed course at a 45 degree angle when it reached the spot where the first one altered course. this continued for over 10 minutes the first object changing course with the second mirroring with perfect redundancy. i observed changing of course eight to ten times over the 10 minutes. lost sight of the objects out of view to the east. 5. i was curious about this especially when the objects change course. 6. lost sight of the objects when they got out of view to the east. they were moving fast. approximately the speed that a satellite appears to move.