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Originally posted by waveguide3
It was pretty clear to me that the objects shown are not located at great distances, but are fairly close to the telescope. It's related to depth of field effects and factors involving focus changes in some of the videos. Anyway, after a bit of experimentation, I believed I could reproduce, at least to my own satisfaction, what is actually going on. I believe Walson's technique involves taking videos of UFO models located maybe a hundred metres or so from his 'scope. The objects are viewed using a reflective or refractive panel, possibly a double-glazed window. There is no fancy high resolution/zoom camera. All it requires is a simple webcam. Webcams are very popular in amateur astronomy and produce surprising good astrophotographs and videos. They are easy to attach to popular 'scopes like Walson's Meade using commercially made adapters.
Originally posted by StarNeon
Blurry my ass, you can still make out the shape of the object that its artificial. Earth satellites look the same when filmed like this.
God the debunkers are pathetic, they will explain away metallic objects in the sky as balloons and kites and any other lame excuse they can think of.
Now they say its a reflection of a windshield from faking this in a car. Show me a hoaxer who has done this.
Everytime the debunkers say "hoax" they try to convince us away because someone said so. NOT!!
Next they will SCREAM CGI!!!! thier new excuse.
Anyway why do these spaceships look identical to the ships we see on sci fi flicks like star trek, star wars etc etc? hmm i wonder where they got their ideas from? coincidence? my ass.