posted on May, 4 2017 @ 11:18 AM
originally posted by: Aliensun
a reply to: intrptr
A decent answer, but the lights should have gotten brighter if there were descending planes approaching.
Judging from the other, low level clouds in the area, the winds were not of any velocity. I'm thinking not UFOs for this video. Any light that
hangs in the sky should always be suspected as being a planet, a plane (descending) or some sort of illumination device.
If the planes are first coming at the camera, then that would look like bright lights appearing to generally hover or move slowly.
Then, if the planes turn at a relatively sharp angle, the bright light would no longer be shining toward the camera, and thus be obfuscated by the
relatively bright sky.
I have a regional airport a about 15 miles from my house. About half the time (depending on winds), the planes arriving at my airport from cities
more south of me need to pass the airport and loop around to land in a generally southerly direction. What I see from my house when planes do this is
I see a bright light low on the horizon that seems to hover and/or move very slowly (sometimes side-to -side slowly). That is the plane approaching
from the south, heading generally toward me, probably about 25 or so miles away.
At some point, the bright light suddenly vanishes, but if it is dark enough, I can make out the less bright navigation lights. That happens because
the plane turns away from me to set up the final runway approach. As the plane turns away, the bright directional headland that was pointed toward me
is no longer pointed toward me.
I've seen this at dusk, too, but when the bright light disappears when the plane turns, I cannot make out the dimmer navigation lights, probably
because the sky is not dark enough and the plane is probably 15 miles away from me.
edit on 4/5/2017 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)