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And doesn't get lighter with the UFO's altitude.
originally posted by: BeefNoMeat
What if the altitude of the 'UFO' is higher in the first frame than the last?
originally posted by: Jonjonj
Essentially everything you said is meaningless but because you provided graphics some people will give it weight.
Do you see my point?
Sorry my man, I give no weight to your analysis. No offence, you do try to convince well, but I ain't close to convinced.
because you provided graphics some people will give it weight.
originally posted by: 0bserver1
Shiny bulge metallic objects always diffracts the light around the object not?
So IMO the light on the top of the object could be refracting at the rim of the object and straight on into the camera lens?
And as the UFO takes on height the shadow gets bigger as when close to the ground reflection of light from the ground bounces back to the ground again from the reflective surface of the UFO and brightens the shadow and making it smaller..
originally posted by: Blue Shift
Well, I think the underside is white, and not mirrored, so it won't reflect the ground quite as well.
originally posted by: ArMaP
You must have used a very wide range for that image, the colours are not that similar.