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Originally posted by paperplanes
You might have been looking at the international space station in one of those instances. It passes very slowly and looks very much like a star, though often a bit brighter than most. I tried to load the NASA tracker to find out if it was passing over at this time, but it isn't working at the moment. Does anyone know what location the international space station is passing over right now? One caveat: I went outside about 15 minutes ago because a lightning storm seems to be developing in our area, and I saw something similar to what you've described--slow moving star. My initial thought was "Oh, the space station." and I promptly went inside to track it, which--as you know--wasn't successful. It's doubtful we're looking at the same thing, as I am in Texas and you are in California. I don't know.
Originally posted by fooffstarr
Love an explanation from those who were/are 100% sure it's an image defect.
How do you make those cloud manipulations in an image artifact theory?
Originally posted by arizonascott
I see exactly what you mean. Here is a capture of multiples cutting through and even disturbing the cloud layer.
People will only see what they want. You know and I know, even the people who deny know something is about to happen.
Cheers and good luck.
Originally posted by Daedalus24
reply to post by arizonascott
Look at the yahoo map of the area, it's an option. You'll see that the disturbances in the clouds are caused by a mountain range island. seriously, take a look of the same area
Originally posted by jackphotohobby
reply to post by hackbart
Thanks for those coordinates. Looking at the location, how close is that to London Heathrow/London Gatwick trans-Atlantic flight paths?
There is something called the North Atlantic track, I found an image of it here:
(from www.whythe.co.uk... NATS = National Air Traffic Services)