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originally posted by: Blue Shift
originally posted by: Gnarley
a reply to: Blue Shift
Gotta be joking...
I was referring to mtnshredder's vids. Penroc's look a lot like satellites.
originally posted by: penroc3
a reply to: mtnshredder
look at the dates man, everyone should be afforded learning curve and this thread is about the first video
originally posted by: ArMaP
I don't know what that may have been, but they all appear to follow the same direction.
I divided the video in three parts, as there are two changes in the camera's position, resulting in three parts during which the camera is completely stable. I used those three segments to join all the frames and see the movement of the "objects", and this is the result:
originally posted by: nataylor
a reply to: ArMaP
And if the camera is pointing at an azimuth of 330° as the OP says, then the lights are moving from the MW to the NE/NNE exactly as the Heavens Above data I posted says the Starlink satellites would be.
Also, I count about 35 streaks in your images. There were 35 Starlink satellites at magnitude 3.5 or brighter in the 9 minutes and 30 seconds starting at 05:45:56, which is when the recording started.
It’s definitely Starlink.