posted on Dec, 26 2015 @ 12:36 PM
a reply to: lostgirl
I can try that.
I've got some more interesting videos for you guys today. A little less than a week ago I went to my friend's house (same one who took the video from
before on his tripod) since he has a tripod, binoculars and other things that makes it a little easier to see things out of place. We went outside
(6:15PM E.S.T.) and scanned the sky and we noticed three bright objects. Thinking they were stars, we continued to scan the sky and there was nothing
else quite like them. We got out SkyView and the objects didn't seem to match up with any of SkyViews' astronomical objects, so he got out the
camcorder and started taking videos.
To the naked eye, they appear to stay in place but as the videos show, especially when sped up, they move up and diagonally. Video 1:
The video shows it occasionally kind of having this explosive fire red color somewhere in the middle, but to the naked eye it also has this green and
blue color to it as well.
Here's the same video sped up 2.5x to show just how seamlessly this thing moves.
We have one more video where it's a little more blurry but instead of it moving up diagonally it moves down a little bit. We were only able to get
this one object on video, the other two would dim whenever we pointed the camera on it.
These videos were sent to me on Messenger so they are in pretty poor quality, so I can try to get the HD version from his ASAP.
Here's another video from last night that I took from my backyard. I saw it when I took my dogs out to go to the bathroom because they were barking
for no reason, so I ran inside and got my phone. Unfortunately my S6 was dead so I had to use my less expensive ZenFone 2 as a camera, so it's a
little more shakey since there's no image stabilization technology on this phone (sorry).
Here's that video:
(Also sorry for the vertical video).