I was jogging in Orlando’s Colonialtown neighborhood with my husband, who was riding a bike, around 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, when he pointed out two super-shiny cylindrical objects with gray bands in the middle traveling slowly — like a Cessna’s speed — in tandem from southeast to northwest over Winter Park, probably 10,000 feet high. He stopped his bike and I stopped running to look at the cylinders. Moments later, a third came from the south in the vicinity of Orlando International Airport and traveled generally the same path, then a fourth. We watched them travel about Cessna speed to the northern horizon, and continued on our bike ride and run. About five minutes later, we saw a fifth and sixth cylinder, these higher up, and what appeared to be a shiny or glowing sphere right at the edge of sight maybe 30,000 or 40,000 feet up over the Cape Canaveral area to the east. Upon arriving home at 7 p.m., I grabbed my iPhone and binoculars to observe what appeared to be two more cylindrical objects again traveling south to north over east Orlando, but higher — maybe 20,000 or 30,000 feet. These are the two I took video and photos of. I’m unsure whether these were in the same class as the fist six cylinders as they appeared to have a red tailfin and possibly stubby wings, but if these were jets, they looked unlike any I have ever seen. The first six, especially, did not have any visible wings or tailfins, and one emitted a burst of vapor for a few seconds.