posted on Oct, 18 2016 @ 06:16 PM
Well, the lights seems to be partly obscured by the low cloud cover at one point, so it should be possible to find from meterological data how low
those clouds were at the time. I guess one could then arrive at a minimal height of the lights, and perhaps come to some conclusion to a minimum size
and extrapolate what it might plausibly be - or at least exclude some things that seems unlikely.
Seems there are really two possibilities: Either there are multiple light sources or some thing or things are somhow reflecting light from somewhere,
either artificial light (from the city perhaps) or natural light (e.g from the moon or starlight).
For some reason it reminded me eerily of how light reflects off water.
Of course, these are the "mundane" explanations. It could also be something we would not be able to identify, as suggested by the title of the
Maybe some clever optical stealth system malfunctioning ;-)
Worth some investigation.
edit on 18-10-2016 by beetee because: Typos, the scourge of coherent reasoning...