posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 12:00 AM
You can tell the notches on the sts-75 video are artifacts of the camera because the orientation of their clocking is a repeatable function of their
position in the camera's field of view, as clearly demonstrated by this video: www.youtube.com...
The genuine weirdness of videos like these is due to the unearthly visual features of outer space, where our earthside instincts are depending on cues
which no longer signify the same as down here.
In Mission Control it took awhile to grasp the 'new normal' of optical effects of the 'up and out', but I've tried to describe what we all
learned in my essay on "99 FAQs about space UFO videos" here: www.jamesoberg.com/ufo.html
Please look it over before deciding you already know enough about interpreting such images.
Even the basics -- like, are these scenes day or night -- are no longer obvious.
Based on your studies, on these two videos, is the sun out or not? And if the sun is out, are there any shadowed zones in the field of view, and
Watching out for truly unusual apparitions is a crucial safety practice because on occasion. such sightings have involved potential hazards such as
But no question they can look weird. We're not in Kansas any more, that's for sure.