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Originally posted by mattguy404
Mercury is very close to the Sun, so I'd expect to see it near the Sun at any given time.
[edit on 18-5-2008 by mattguy404]
Originally posted by S1LV3R4D0
The screen and the dual pane window are causing the anomoly IMO. If the videographer wanted to totally knock off all debunking, have him go outside and film it.
At 1:17 of the video, when he goes back to record it again, the window is slightly ajar. Does he slide it open and record? No. He keeps the camera pointed down until past the opening and then shows you through the window and screen again.
Bogus until i see some unobstructed vid recording of it.
Originally posted by RSheafer
It's a lens flare, besides it can only be viewed at present time from Antartica.
Originally posted by jpvskyfreak
T MATGUY that is not lens flare man sorry to say the object stays fixed in relation to when he moves the camera .. lens flare would come in and out of view when the camera is moved.
Originally posted by Tuning Spork
Good catch, FredT.