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Very Curious to What this Might Be

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posted on Oct, 7 2014 @ 03:14 PM
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I am bringing to videos here for you guys to look over. Im assuming these craft are ours so Im not going to put it in the UFO forum.

This footage has actually bugged me for a few years now and Im really hoping you folks can shed some light on what they may be.

The first video is the original. It is only 1:24 long. The first craft comes into view around the 1:05 mark. It is moving quite fast. If you look very closely, you will see a second craft chasing it a second or so later. It is moving SO fast that unless you are looking for it, you would probably miss it all together. The only reason I did notice it is because I was intrigued with the first craft and tried breaking it down to see what it was.

That is what the second video is. The breakdown of it. Keep in mind when you watch the second video, that the three captures I am trying to present all happen within the same second. You can see that by the time stamps on the video itself. I was using WMM to create this so it wasnt really easy and at the time I did make it, I wasnt very experienced. Try as I did, there was no way I could get a screen shot of the second craft. It was just moving way to fast. I hope maybe someone here has a program that could use slow motion to maybe capture it.

The three things about this that intrigued me where 1. What appears to be a pilots helmet, 2. There doesnt appear to be any wings, and 3. There doesnt appear to be a tail of any sort.

So, Im anxious to hear what you folks think it may have been.

Video One the Original footage 1:24 LINK TO VIDEO


Video Two, The Breakdown 3:21 LINK TO BREAKDOWN VIDEO





posted on Oct, 7 2014 @ 03:18 PM
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a reply to: onehuman

Kind of hard to tell, but based on what we see for the first majority of the video I'd say we're looking at a regular old airplane wizzing by the lens of an electronic telescope pointed at the moon. You can tell it's still in-atmosphere by the trail left behind by the engines, which wouldn't happen if it were in space.



posted on Oct, 7 2014 @ 03:19 PM
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a reply to: onehuman

I noticed the exhaust. Must have been a Blet (blurry jet).



posted on Oct, 7 2014 @ 03:20 PM
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a reply to: intrptr

Ah yes, a more advanced relative of the Blurd.

I've heard they can be verrrry tricky ;-)



posted on Oct, 7 2014 @ 03:35 PM
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I concur that it is a jet and not a UFO. I am curious as to why we saw no hint of lights at all. What is described as the pilot's head could be a light on the far wing tip, if the plane has rolled slightly, giving us as view over the canopy area, but it is hard for me to tell. The shape is very hard to discern because of the darkness, speed, and restricted viewing space, but I would say that the front is definitely shaped like a jet, meaning it is tapered to a certain extent. So essentially it is the nose of the aircraft, and is more pointed to make it aerodynamic. I am not sure that the black and white view is accurate, and it might be distorting what is present because of the surrounding darkness. It just appears that some of the nose is being cut off when it is switched to black and white. We cannot make out a general body shape, and have a better view of the front and tail ends of the craft. It definitely appears to me that the wings are those of a traditional jet fighter, in that they are relatively close to the body.

Anyway, what I was saying about lights. No lights might be indicative of a secret craft, but it would depend on the particular area, as generally top secret test flights are restricted to certain sectors or airspaces. It is also possible for conventional, known military jets to fly in blackout like that, but I would think it would be in restricted airspace...I've never heard of this occurring in commercial or public airspace, but maybe it is possible.



posted on Oct, 7 2014 @ 03:43 PM
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Well with the fast entry and exit, you'll know that the jets are relatively near, even with the magnification.



posted on Oct, 7 2014 @ 06:05 PM
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It's BREAK it down, not brake it down.



posted on Oct, 7 2014 @ 06:35 PM
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originally posted by: JiggyPotamus
Anyway, what I was saying about lights. No lights might be indicative of a secret craft, but it would depend on the particular area, as generally top secret test flights are restricted to certain sectors or airspaces. It is also possible for conventional, known military jets to fly in blackout like that, but I would think it would be in restricted airspace...I've never heard of this occurring in commercial or public airspace, but maybe it is possible.


Since all three frames were captured in under a second, I would assume the camera missed the strobe between "blinks".

It's throwing a contrail, so I'm guessing it's an airplane. Since most large airplanes in that region are airliners, I'm going to go with that. If you were operating a black aircraft, you would avoid flying in the conditions which generate contrails.



posted on Oct, 8 2014 @ 03:22 AM
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Without reading any other replies I'm going to stick my neck out and say it's an airliner and the apparent speed is down to the magnification.

I experienced something similar when I was framing the moon in Live View for a photograph, using the magnification button to zoom in really close for manual focussing, turning to the FR24 app on my phone I saw that a Thomson 737 had just flown over. Incidentally, after checking that, which took less than a minute, I had to reframe the shot because the moon had moved, something I found incredibly cool to actually see happening.

edit on 8-10-2014 by waynos because: (no reason given)



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