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NASA STS127 transmission 23.50 GMT 24th July, 2009.

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posted on Aug, 1 2009 @ 03:00 PM
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While it may not mean that it is 100% suredly a reflection, it does essentially show that the object is not a solid outside of the station. And as shown by depthoffield, the 'object' dissapears in a typical way that we would expect a reflection to dissapear, coupled with the fact that the light in the image decreases abruptly when the 'object' dissappears. Both of these things lead to the belief that it is a reflection. However, you are free to continue believeing whatever you want, if you must.




posted on Aug, 1 2009 @ 03:03 PM
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Depthoffield,


Originally posted by Depthoffield
"This movie end up things."


So far, I am not much impressed by Soboro's footage.

First of all,

The 'movements' don't look "in sincron" at all.

For now I only want to point out to the
fact that in the video I have just posted,

You clearly don't see any camera movement as
the ring appears, and as it is visible
throughout the rest of the footage.

No panning, no camera movement.

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posted on Aug, 1 2009 @ 03:21 PM
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Originally posted by Sol12
First of all,

The 'movements' don't look "in sincron" at all.


Then...you have different standards when judge an image. I have my own.



Originally posted by Sol12
For now I only want to point out to the
fact that in the video I have just posted,

You clearly don't see any camera movement as
the ring appears, and as it is visible
throughout the rest of the footage.

No panning, no camera movement.


But the camera is panning and moving TOGETHER WITH THE ISS, which goes on a circular orbit around the earth, making a complete rotation (360 degree) in about 90 minutes, so making 4 degree/minut of ROTATION in relation with the direction of the sunlight. Which means, shadows from different parts (protuberances) of the ISS can and will get in or get out from the camera quite rapidly in favorable conditions (greater distances from the "protuberance" casting the shadow to the lens) despite you believing you see just a static image...

Anyway, i will make neccessary "corrections":

This will end up things..FOR ME. It is an internal reflection INSIDE the lens... FOR ME.

You are free to study the ring.


[edit on 1/8/09 by depthoffield]

[edit on 1/8/09 by depthoffield]



posted on Aug, 1 2009 @ 06:38 PM
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Depthoffield,

Thanks for your input.


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