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Originally posted by jkrog08
reply to post by Rhain
You know that is likely a reflection from the very bright Sun or a lens flare right? I mean just look where it is coming from, the EDGE of the "wing" section, I mean it makes much more sense to be the reflection of a sharp, angular point of debris rather then some "engine" oddly placed on the tip the "wing" of the craft.
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by Blender
NASA is not saying any such thing. NASA says it is debris. They do not say it is a piece of a satellite.
My guess is that it is the insulation blanket which was accidentally released during the EVA. I doubt it's worth millions of dollars.
Originally posted by Blender
In the picture that there appears to be a bright reflection on one side of the object, the opposite side has 3 lights. To my admittedly small knowledge of insulation blankets, they don't come equpped with lights.
Originally posted by rocksolidbrain
Tried to enhance.
Can someone say what it is exactly ?
Originally posted by kenton1234
There just broken up pieces of sattelites that crashed together not to long ago. Nothing more. Sorry nothing to see here on to the next piece for me to debunk.