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Originally posted by Luther Blissett
More important than the moon debate is the absolute clarity of the black object in front of the large light object that comes into focus in the last 30 seconds or so. The object can't be that out of focus because the black object becomes clear.
I will note that it is odd the way that it moves in relation to the camera's movements...except that it doesn't move proportionally to the camera's movements.
In the shots where he pulls back inside the windowframe and you can see the city and stars, it is easy to tell for anyone that this is visually smaller than the moon and larger than the stars in the shot. It also seems to be rather stationary, so the options seem to be satellite, helicopter, planet, large bright star, or ufo. Maybe I'm missing some options. I just think that the moon can be completely ruled out.
I encourage everyone to watch the last 30 seconds or so. I think that the discussion should focus on that.