I got out of the van at my storage unit, closed the door while my wife and phone remained in the car and looked up to appreciate the stars and saw orion standing above me. i said, "oh, there's orion.", and stood there a few moments longer before i went inside. as i stood there star gazing, i noticed what appeared to me to be a shooting star, which i've seen a lot of meteor showers and know what one looks like. they're faster than any commercial or military jet you would see. while i was fixated on it and just waiting for it to fizzle out, i began thinking this is the longest shooting star i've ever seen before! as it got to about or just a little before it was directly overhead i noticed that it wasn't a shooting star. it also wasn't any other kind of aircraft, because like a shooting star it didn't come off of the horizon, it just appeared in the sky. this was actually two round/oval orbs of a peach/orange color, that were like streetlights in the fog in a clear nighttime sky with stars visible. it was almost holographic, or kinda reminded me of those lights used for advertising, but those have beams coming from the ground and these didn't. the other thing about them as they raced out of view was that they didn't move in a completely linear manner, they kinda bumped to the left and then back on course a few times. they were in tandem, and when the bumps to the left happened they both moved the same space apart.And then right back on course. it lasted no longer than 6-7 seconds before it left my view.