The night sky was clear, with some residual glow of the sun well past setting. the temperature was around 60 degrees fahrenheit. while star gazing with daughters on a dock on a lake in the upper peninsula of michigan, a light in the sky was observed that did not behave like a satellite, airplane or helicopter. at the time of witness, the object was already positioned. there was no sound. from our vantage point the light appeared to hover, then move slowly from nw to wnw at the same altitude. the light the object broadcast slowly cycled from red to orange to almost white and then reverse sequence. at times the light appeared hazy. given the distance, altitude and sporadic haziness, it was difficult to judge the size of the object; however, it was larger than a star or planet. after slightly more than a minute the object became more hazy, and the light faded out. video of the event was captured on a 2019 phone, but the footage is still rather poor and not worth posting. the initial portion of the video gives a good frame of reference by showing the residual glow of the sun on the horizon, a few cabin lights across the lake and the object in question about 20-30 degrees off the horizon. at some point the camera operator zooms in on the object without any additional clarity; later, the camera operator lets the camera drift down towards the horizon with cabin lights in view and the object no longer on the screen.