posted on May, 1 2009 @ 09:19 PM
Actually if you look at the "cloud movement", which caught my eye, it looked funny to me too, but they only move like that when he moves his camera
to a different position relative to the trees in the foreground and the clouds.
Also, there are no iridium flares predicted anywhere near the time of this footage.
From the videographer:
Sphere is ~E 40 deg N ~35 deg above horizon
Maybe 3000 ft away moving east to west disappears into
clouds comes out of cloud heads N 15 W into another cloud
pops out of cloud starts to descend as it moves westerly and
goes behind tree
This would also explain why he had his camera pointed in that direction, because he already saw it move into the cloud before he started filming. I
guess it could be an unpredicted flare but I don't think they stop inside of a cloud and hide out for a bit.
This guy also stated he has seen
a lot of activity and has around 300GB of footage.
[edit on 1-5-2009 by AlienMike]