posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 11:37 AM
This looks familiar! It resembles those so called F.A.S.T objects that were discussed on ATS earlier.
This photograph was taken by a friend, Michael, in Texas who’s given me the go-ahead to post his pics. So here goes:
According to him,
“The red one was just a stationary red dot I noted as the ISS passed overhead. It never changed relationship to the stars as sunrise occurred.
I had stationed myself on a hilltop to be in the right location and time according to NASA. With the equipment I have, it was working at the extreme
end. The photos far exceed what a 200mm f/l lens can do. The Nikon D-200 is a great camera.
It was the first day of "day light saving time", and I had not changed the camera clock yet.
If it was someone else's photo, I would have suspected it was a craft with red strobe lights descending and crossing the field of view. I have seen
the effect with long exposures at night. Yet there is too much detail I can not explain away as well as knowing there was no apparent movement to the
This is probably the ISS and Shuttle, as according to him it was at the right location and time. But he’s not 100% sure of that either!
ISS and Shuttle?
Taken with a tripod (no tracking device), Nikon D-200
with a 135mm zoom lens. Effective digital fl-200mm.
Camera time had not been adjusted for daylight saving
Now this is the pic that’s NOT the ISS. He noticed it as the ISS passed overhead. It was just a stationary red dot. He thought it was Mars, but when
he enlarged it, this is what was revealed!
Photograph of the UFO using a 200mm lens
and Nikon D200 camera.
I shot off a U2U to Internos for an opinion, and he felt it was pretty intriguing too!
So what was this object that he photographed? To me it looks more like an extraterrestrial biological entity than a UFO!
Unfortunately Michael's on a trip to Zapata Falls and so won't be in contact for some time. But this time he's taking a more powerful telephoto
lens and a back-up video capability. Let's hope he gets some more exciting stuff!!