reply to post by Mad_Hatter
I'm not saying it couldn't be space debris.
It could, it could also be organic life or.....
The new robot arm video is being lit by the ISS.
The object moving seems to be giving off it's own
light flickering as it goes AND is changing direction.
A lot of the light it gives off is Green and Red which
is a common UFO light type color effect.
If it were reflecting light it would be more of a blinking.
A flashing, showing the movment of the different surfaces
that are reflecting the light. This looks like it's making the
light energy itself and no matter how far or close it is, it's
not reflecting the dull light glow that the ISS uses for lighting.
The picture video is interesting because the Camera Op.
is reacting to this object and panning and zooming to it
while the team on the ISS are taking pictures of the object.
Instead they pretend it's not there and continue to pan
around the ISS and Shuttle. Since when would you ignore
space debris with the camera being so close to the ISS?
The 2 Part STS-115 mission videos are the most interesting
to me because it shows NASA talking and reacting and then
told to not worry about the objects that appear. The press
are also "a buzz over these objcets" and NASA reacts with
well there's a whole bunch of stuff up there, no biggie.
The audio part of the videos are really cool too in that we
hear a description of how they watched this object float
by all these windows. Then when they get it on video the
crew reacts with "oh um we didn't see all those other ones
we were watching that one"
Bah I did'nt want to go on and on!
I'd like to hear more of what you guys think.
Watch for a "Snow in Space Video" soon.