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Originally posted by EMF1
lease find above the url for my 'expose' of this incident,which i had to resort to due to the total frustration at not being able to find a public forum to upload the original realplayer presentation video,because of its ram format,or the copyright issue,which i dont think applies in this case,re the fair usage of digital information rules,and thank you especially for your kind response,im just sorry it has taken me so long to get back on here at last!p.s.i hope ive done this google video thing the right way,it asked for the doc id no? i didnt know what that was so i put in the url copied and pasted from the google page the final version of my clip is on.
so please if there are any problems,please get back to me to see if i can help,with some instructions how to find doc id no?also if you could advise on a public place to upload a .ram file for watching please let me know or post or email me at email@example.com and i will send as an attachment in an email the original clip in which the ufos are found,ok?cheers for your interest!EMF1
Google Video Link
These are examples of what are called minor satellites: small chunks of rock in orbit around planets as compared with large satellites like the Earth's Moon. As the adjacent images show, they are very irregular in shape. Phobos is 27 km long in its longest dimension and Deimos is 15 km long in its longest dimension.
Both are cratered and orbit the planet in rather low orbits. Phobos is only about 3000 miles above the Martian surface and orbits in a little over 7 hours (thus it makes more than 3 orbits in a single Martian day). Deimos is a little further out and orbits in about 30 hours.
i guess then that means that you think these objects are in fact spaceships and not 'moons' as previously suggested elsewhere?
Originally posted by mythatsabigprobe
I'm sorry but I have a lot of trouble believing this story. The poster writes in the wrong forum, totally in caps, doesn't know how to upload a video, and generally acts like they never saw a computer before. But the video is clean and well edited, has professional looking titles, and that scene with the magnifying glass is very hard to do - we're meant to think this guy is fred flintstone and doesn't know what 'zoom' is, but I think this guy is pretty skilled with video.
[I have no doubt that some searching will turn up the original film and low and behold, there will be no spaceships in sight.]