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originally posted by: galadofwarthethird
a reply to: shawmanfromny
Well I suppose it does look sort of like a tic tac. But is it really as minty fresh as its namesake? The world may never know.
One of the biggest questions surrounding the most recent known spate of UFO encounters with U.S. Navy pilots—those that occurred off the southeastern seaboard of the United States between 2014 and early 2015—pertains to how persistent they actually were. We know Super Hornet aircrews from Strike Fighter Squadron 11 (VFA-11), the Red Rippers, detected unknown objects multiple times on radar and one aircrew even had a close encounter visually with one of them, but what about the rest of the many Hornet squadrons based at Naval Air Station Oceana, not to mention the E-2 Hawkeye squadrons from nearby NAS Norfolk? We have the answer to this question and it is remarkable.
originally posted by: Blue Shift
Very possible. That's why I thought it would be nice if I had the skills to stabilize the video, but rather than stabilize it on the object, stabilize it on the tree to see what the object is really doing. Some people in the thread suggested that it's bad CGI because the object "disappears" for a couple of frames during the movement. I think that might be a result of the camera movement, too, and a stabilization would help determine that, too.