reply to post by Phage
Phage, that "water droplet" is too much in focus to be inside the shuttle and in between the camera and window when the camera is clearly focused on
the satellite. That is an old video, shot with much older hand held camera tech, and those of that era did not have autofocus that would easily
maintain focus when looking through a _ Often those old autofocus circuits would get confused between the object trying to be in focus and the
window, thus the focus would come and go frequently.
Since we do not see the focus going in and out, it is reasonable to conclude that the camera is on manual focus, and was focused onto the object
intending to be filmed...ie the satellite.
You guys have argued and argued that a tiny dust particle would appear large and circular when between the camera and a distant object when the camera
is focused on the distant object, thus would explain those "critters". Yet here, your saying that a water droplet, that "lenses" the Earth and
dark sky in the background, would also be in focus that close to the camera and between the camera and window of the shuttle that the water droplet
would be in focus as well and enough to even show any lensing reflection?
Ok lets talk about the various distances here..and keep in mind all that rattle about out of focus particles near the camera when the camera is
looking at something off in the distance.
How does this one "water droplet" just happen to be in such focus that it shows any lensing, being between the camera and the window, inside the
shuttle, and not only that, but not show any inside lighting, pannel lights, or anything else of the shuttle?
All these convienient ducks in a row prosaic explanations are getting quite old...so old and rediculous that every time I see one of these prosaic
explanations I cant help but get a good laugh from it.
That object in this OP video reminds me of the movie "Star Man", the huge spherical ship that came to Earth to retrieve the visitor. Though this
object in the OP video is not as huge, it does the same reflection effects, as does a ball magnet, or a ball from a pin-ball machine.
Cmon Phage, that object isnt no water droplet between the camera and window and inside the shuttle.
The prosaic explantion unfortunately this time...doesnt hold water.