Bright white light traveling at an ab iouâ€™s lt very high orbit. my wife pointed it out and i said, â€œit must be iss.Â€� about 10 seconds later the moving light appeared to make a a slight diagnosis course change. it came within two inches (relative to our arms out stretched and index to thumb.) of another stationary whitish light. the stationary light looked like any normal star. but as the moving light which i thought was iss approached the stationary light suddenly disappeared! no streak, no sudden puke of light, nothing to indicate it suddenly accelerated away or exploded. it just disappeared faster than one could blink. the moving light/object/faux iss abruptly stopped when the stationary light disappeared. this happened very close to the vega star as viewed from anaheim california. as i wrote this at 9-14-2020 at 11:14 the light still appears to the naked eye. close to the vega star as viewed from the ground in anaheim, ca. i didnâ€™t get video of the light moving toward the stationary. but once the second light disappeared and the first, moving light stopped i started filming the object as zoomed in as i could. it appeared to be expelling/launching/ejecting smaller balls of light like balls of light being shot or punched from the main ball of light. the object also appeared to illuminate and randomly brighten on the film. one second it will be bright, the next barely visible. it is almost like i watched a moving object move close to another object relative to the ground in anaheim, ca and either destroy it, or chase it away, as it never fully got to the same position as the stationary light. merely stopping as soon as it disappeared approximately two finger knuckles away as viewed from the ground.