I watch the sky so using the iss as a reference... it was half the size and twice as night with 3 distinctive bright pulses over the period i was watching. the last pulse and it disappeared. as to we here it was, it was higher than the iss path. i had with me a mono binocular. which i also viewed it through. i was parked in my car on bop road in the tucson mountain reserve just down from the old tucson studio , north south, facing west. i could see it out my moonroof. it has dips so i could say it happened within the space of the dip and maybe 2 inches on the right side to return to almost the same spot repeat it . i can go out to the spot and get my exact latitudes and longitude. i would say it was nw being more west than north. it just darted all over, straight angled straight down in a square pattern , like it was looking for something . the hair on the back of my neck stood up right before i saw it and right before it disappeared. just before it disappeared there was a sudden push of wind... and not even the crickets were chirping! when it disappeared suddenly i left! it was a moonless sky and i was out watching the meteor shower . i was drawn to it, watching only it . and it was not in a viewable position out my car window. i actually had to move my neck to watch it move. i watched my time, and i experienced no loss of time.