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originally posted by: LarryLove
a reply to: Rezlooper
Lovebeck thinks a lot of things but if you have ever shot with a Nikon D800 then you are going to produce stunningly detailed shots like those in the thread. The camera is designed for highly detailed commercial/fashion shoots and the pilot knows how to use camera – the exif data shows this.
Edit: and using super wide angle lenses begins to negate the effect of shake/blur when using slow shutter speeds. Lovebeck might take a lesson or two from the pilot in regard to photography technique.
Red sprites can race high toward space, up to 60 miles (96 kilometers) above the Earth. Astronauts aboard the International Space Station caught a sprite on camera in 2012. A sprite's red tendrils also reach down into the stratosphere, about 15 to 20 miles (25 to 32 km) above Earth's surface. They look brightest between 40 to 45 miles (65 to 72 km) up.
Gamma rays are more typically associated with exploding stars or nuclear fusion, but in 1994, we caught them being produced by terrestrial lightning strikes. Only about 500 of the 4.3 million daily lightning strokes have an associated terrestrial gamma-ray flash, and that's about all we know about the process. The Firestation instrument on the International Space Station is a one-year mission to collect multi-wavelength observations on lightning strikes as seen from high above in an effort to learn more about this phenomena.
originally posted by: theabsolutetruth
a reply to: smurfy
This maybe was said on this thread but it doesn't sound the same from the description of a red column rising. Bioluminescent phytoplankton are mostly blue and not in a column, it wouldn't look like the description.
When people post about lights hovering in the sky I must have read a kazillion times that it's just a plane coming toward you because it's so far away it appears to stand still. Now it's turned the other way and the debunkers say it's too unsteady. Which is it? Text
Lovebeck has an 'understanding' but it is far from providing conclusive proof that the photos are faked. I could be very wrong but think we are dealing with real images — the commentary, data etc. all suggest something odd was witnessed and captured.