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Originally posted by October
OK everyone look at this from Youtube, look's very strange, actual footage here:
Originally posted by RiotComing
It's a pl astic bag
A second smaller object was spotted later on Tuesday by Atlantis flight engineer Dan Burbank, but Hale said it appeared to be "just a plastic bag that came from somewhere (in the shuttle) and got loose."
I'd like to believe there was something outer-worldly going on here, but I think it's just the Shuttle crew making the usual goofballs of themselves. They really have become the Keystone Cops of space exploration.
Originally posted by brill
Are we to believe that during a space shuttle flight somehow a plastic bag went conveniently missing? Aren't these flights planned down to the finest details. Also please explain why the object is multi-coloured and why it appears to be pulsating? Also why would an astronaut be so fixated on such a typical object (assuming a plastic bag here). You have to do better than that. As another poster indicated it may be a high altitude weather balloon.
Originally posted by D4rk Kn1ght
OK people I really need to know if any one has seen this footage before - i would like opinions on it because its damn freaky !!!
Looks like a many mile long object that ia alive in our atmosphere above the clouds....have a look - Its freaky!!
Originally posted by shadow watcher
I just frame by framed that video and didn't see the seabed. what was the time stamp for it? I did notice the 2 light flares(?) at the top of the screen. They were consistant throughout the footage. They even magnified when the clip zoomed in.
Originally posted by Regensturm
The more the video goes on, the clearer it is that it is a seabed, just before the zoom in.
I thought as I was watching it first it was space, but looking at the background you can see rocks, and even a weed of some sort at one point growing upwards.
When the clip zooms in you get more images, but then it becomes blurred.