I was sitting on the shore at the mouth of the Thames in CT 2 nights ago at about 9PM, after dark. I noticed an orange light coming in from the south directly towards the mouth of the river. I would guess it was somewhere between 10 and 20 thousand ft altitude (I judged that from the height above the horizon when they were almost gone in the distance). There was only one light, it was orange and it wasn't a point source like a plane light. It looked like a light in fog, bloomed out to a large circle. There was no fog, the skies were crystal clear, there was a full moon. The light came straight in and then turn east or north east and disappeared in the distance. It didn't do anything strange and there was no noise. After it had dwindled in the distance and disappeared another one came in exactly like the first and followed the exact same path at the same altitude. They were identical in every respect. I would say they were going slightly faster than a small plane, somewhere between 100 and 200mph. The light looked exactly the same coming and going too. There was no sign of any other light sources on them, no red lights, no flashing lights. The light obscured everything, I could see nothing of a shape or craft. Shortly after the second one disappeared a small plane flew over and I could hear the engine clearly, it had a flashing white light and a couple of other lights, red, green. They were point sources, nothing like the light on the UFO's (I use that term in its strict sense, not a flying saucer). I have never seen a plane with a single orange light. I have never seen a plane light that was bloomed like this either unless there was fog. It was also strange that the light or glow was exactly the same coming and going, most lights are directional and change. They weren't helicopters because I would have heard some noise and they were faster. There was no report in the paper about it. I am not about to say I saw flying saucers but it was strange. Does anyone know of any kind of plane that uses a single orange unidirectional light? I googled this and there seem to be several sightings of a similar nature this year.