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That's correct, it was to illustrate that not only was the object stationary, but it also wasn't a dead pixel or some other camera anomaly.
I move the camera and center it in the reticle to show that it's stationary in the sky. I read your article, but I think if it were a LAS (Low Altitude Satellite) it would still show movement and an image in the day cams. You would be surprised at what these systems can see, especially the high def ones with haze penetration and SWIR.
The whole staying in the same place without any obvious propulsion on a clear day on what appears to be within the atmosphere didn't add up. 12 years of watching FLIRs- never seen anything like this.
Where's the rest of the footage? Seems like an odd clip to me.
This is what I will never understand. If I ever get a shot at recording a UFO, I promise I will record it until it leaves or my battery dies.
Yeah, there is some regret with that. But, the object just sat there in the sky, doing nothing, absolutely still. Very eerie. We wanted a high-def system to get a better view of orb, so we quickly set one up in the same spot. By the time it cooled down cryogenically, it was gone. That was within the span of about 5 minutes. The only editing I did was trim the raw footage, add text, and removed some audio for security.
originally posted by: verschickter
I want to get my fingers on one of these systems, too!! Guess I can´t order them on amazon?
edit: I know you can´t get these type of sensors without a licence ..
I'm not sure if it's infra-red or something else, but you can get data out.