posted on Jan, 12 2008 @ 10:01 AM
I'm not getting anywhere on this thread www.abovetopsecret.com...
so i'm going to start another thread with the same information:
I borrowed a Sony handycam to take a video of a peculiar star. My problem, I have no way of getting the video off the camera. I simply cannot purchase
a replacement docking station.
Is there another way? I’m willing to go around the world to get to town. I just ain't got no mo money.
If not, I am at 34 degrees, 19’06.29” N – 82 degrees, 58’ 55.43” W at an elevation of 848 when I took a video of a star.
This star shows on the SW horizon at approx. 4:45 am. It is quite red and I was struck dumb when I first noticed this star December 14, 2007 between
3-4 am. I initially thought it was one of the pulsating tower lights. Shortly after I first noticed this light I realized it was moving and concluded
it had to be a star.
Everyone says it is the North Star. It’s red because of the reflection of the Sun. Okay, sounds logical but what of the pulsating. It was not
twinkling. It definitely pulsated at about the same rate the tower lights were.
Anyway, I scrambled around and got hold of a digital camera and got a shot as best I could this morning and filmed it around 5 AM.
The light emitted from or radiating out from a star should theoretically be in the shape of a sphere right? The light from this star was not circular.
It looked like the top of the sphere had been cut off. Zooming a little closer just to the left of the center of this star is a point of light.
Help me out here. I’ve been waiting for this moment.