posted on Oct, 15 2014 @ 09:50 PM
I do not understand why some are claiming this does not move like an airplane. Every single movement that is present can be accomplished by almost any
aircraft. We cannot assume it is moving horizontally from right to left, because if you are assuming it is moving in a straight line across the
camera's field of view, then of course it will look "off." It could be flying at a number of different angles, all of which will be difficult to
determine against a black background. This is why I always say, where UFO's are concerned, that even conventional aircraft can be mistaken for
unknown craft, as it is difficult to determine the direction of travel, the speed, as well as other factors, when you are only seeing a light in the
sky. I've mentioned before that when I was in the air force I would always go out near one of the runways on the various bases where I was stationed,
and watch the aircraft at night. It was good experience because most people are used to seeing planes fly in a straight line across the sky at night,
but after taking off the aircraft would often change their directions, putting themselves on a heading that is different to the orientation of the
runway, and without a reference point to measure against, the lights can appear strange at times, especially during such maneuvers.
Now what does seem strange is the fact that the lights appear to go out. You would not expect this from a traditional aircraft, as most civilian or
military aircraft will have their lights on at all times, especially if in public airspace. There are laws stating as much I'm sure. I suppose a
single light could have gone out, and a certain bank or turn placed all the working lights facing away from the camera, but that seems a bit unlikely.
It could also be an RC airplane or helicopter with lights attached, or really anything that can fly. It could be a glider with lights on it as well.
There are many things that are more likely than something like an alien craft. I will not say it is impossible for this to be a satellite, but I've
never witnessed a satellite that seemed so bright. And it doesn't appear to have been anywhere near the horizon, as if it disappeared behind the
earth or anything like that, but again it is sometimes difficult to make such determinations against the blackness of the night sky. So while I have
no idea what this light actually is, I think it is extremely unlikely that it is anything other than a manmade object.