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Video of Fast Moving Black Orb UFO At Barnsdall Park

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posted on Jun, 6 2019 @ 09:54 PM
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originally posted by: Archivalist
a reply to: StarnatalSandia

Do me a favor. Get a protractor.

Go back to the spot where you took this footage.

Record video again, but pan up from showing the ground of the park, up to the flight path line that this object took.

Figure out the angle from the ground to that path. (Please use a measuring tool, no eyeball if possible.) Show the angle.

And determine the exact compass direction, that the object is flying from your perspective.

Was it East north east? West? South?


If you provide the angle, compass direction, and show me the ground level area where you're recording from, I intend to math the crap out of it.

Let's see if we can figure out how fast this puppy was.

Reasons to do this.
To check if it's beyond common flight speeds.
So we can check FAA or local airport flight logs, to see if there was a bird in the air, on a declared flight path there.
Extra YouTube views.
To check if it may have been a meteoroid
Celestial body, ISS, or some other expected phenomena. Maybe there was a jet current up there, and it's a weather balloon hitching a ride on that crazy train. Maybe check NOAA logs?

Also, I'm going to check the MUFON reports, to see if similar sightings occurred in the area.



This ^

When you are measuring the distance, put two pencils up your nose and shout wibble whilst standing on one foot.

And whilst you are at it, please confirm that the moon or the ISS are not now orbiting earth at about 200m.

Unbelievable....




posted on Jun, 7 2019 @ 01:12 AM
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a reply to: StarnatalSandia
Well without better footage, cant tell much, looks like some sort of black pixelated thing flying by.

To bad you did not notice it while filming, then you could have zoomed in, or at least depending if you can zoom in with whatever your filming were you zoomed in already.

Though either way if it was a Alien then they would have noticed and kicked in there blurry pixelated shield to fool the masses. As such, yup that there is a UFO, for the simple reason why other such things are UFOs. Cant really tell what it is with that footage. You need much more clearer and better footage then that, to identify what an object or thing flying by may be.



posted on Jun, 7 2019 @ 01:50 AM
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originally posted by: TritonTaranis
Pretty certain it’s not a bug or a bird, it flies too strait or fast to be either of those imo

I see seagulls fly like that almost every day, depending on weather conditions.



posted on Jun, 7 2019 @ 07:21 AM
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a reply to: StarnatalSandia

more and more seeings of UFOs come these days around the world. Hope the disclosure is near!



posted on Jun, 7 2019 @ 07:53 AM
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I knew people would say it was an insect or a bird!

I've filmed the same myself once, dozens of them - & all passed off as the above.

Yeh, OK - do you know hard it is to film an insect with a mobile phone? Virtually impossible from a distance.



posted on Jun, 7 2019 @ 06:09 PM
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This guy provided the exact model of camera in use.

Not every amateur astronomer or photographer is aware, but for a distant moving object, if you have a standard measurement tool for optical light. (A specific model of camera for example)
You can generalize distance and size probabilities based on the focus shift and pixel density changes.

It won't be 100%, but it's higher than 50% accurate, and that's good enough to do it.



posted on Jun, 7 2019 @ 06:47 PM
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a reply to: Archivalist

Really? Can you provide some evidence of that?



posted on Jun, 8 2019 @ 08:59 AM
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originally posted by: StarnatalSandia





Fast Moving Dark Orb - Barnsdall Park
www.youtube.com...



I was at Barnsdall Park with a friend, the site of the Frank Lloyd Wright "Hollyhock House", sitting with a friend with a Nikon p900 on tripod to film the white, billowing fluffy clouds against the clear blue sky after the heavy rains had finally cleared.

I didn't see the object while filming, but at no time did we hear the sound of a fighter jet overhead. I've grown up on Air Force bases. We would have noticed this. This was completely silent from our point of view. Also, if this were a jet, the outline would be clear in the closeups...but as the edit crops closer, it appears slightly cylindrical or cigar shaped, with a kind of occasional "flaring" on the ends as it goes.

Several of these dark orbs have been captured on film by people, and several exhibit structure or texture changes as they move...especially when moving quickly. I've written about before:

Dark Orb UFOs
jimisroomtv.blogspot.com...

I'm continuing my research on these...what seem to be "energy masses", reading the works of Paul Devreux and Irene Scott. In the meantime, I'm sharing this for the reference of others in case they have similar experiences. Thanks for taking a look.


Great stuff!!

While I botched my other thread on this subject (don’t drink and post, people) something is absolutely in the clouds. Not a doubt in my mind and you can actually get footage/pics of them relatively easily if you know what to look out for - after my first sighting I’ve been able to spot more craft in/around clouds 3x this week.

The OPs images are legit imo - S&F!



posted on Jun, 10 2019 @ 10:34 AM
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originally posted by: TritonTaranis
Pretty certain it’s not a bug or a bird, it flies too strait or fast to be either of those imo

It reminds me of the “Go Fast” military video where the pilots were surprised they could lock on the camera as if they’d tried a thousand times before and failed


How quick an object looks on video depends on distance/direction of travel relative to the camera.



posted on Jun, 10 2019 @ 10:39 AM
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originally posted by: Archivalist
This guy provided the exact model of camera in use.

Not every amateur astronomer or photographer is aware, but for a distant moving object, if you have a standard measurement tool for optical light. (A specific model of camera for example)
You can generalize distance and size probabilities based on the focus shift and pixel density changes.

It won't be 100%, but it's higher than 50% accurate, and that's good enough to do it.


Yes I would like to see a link to that using DOF (depth of field) info for a lens/camera sensor combination you can get and idea if an object was close or far from a camera based on focus distance aperture and other info.

That's not what you claim.



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