posted on Apr, 5 2010 @ 09:08 PM
Although the videographer seems to have credibility issues, it IS an interesting video, and of a phenomenon I've witnessed in these clear skies under
which we live.
This is my opinion, based upon ground observations that were similar: The plane on the left at the start of the video has already began moving on a
vector away from the observer.
Because of the NV, it makes a "halo" around the planes, which gives the illusion of two objects moving parallel to the observer and at an equal
The second plane eventually takes the same or similar vector, and it's light-saturated signature overcomes the receeding first plane's light. The
first plane had a strobe, but as it moved away from the observer, it was no longer visible. The second plane's strobe fades, and I'd guess had the
video continued (and might be why it didn't) we would loose the perception of the strobe, but still see the light of the plane.
NV tends to two-dimensionalize things, especially when it is then videotaped, as opposed to being viewed in parallax with two eyes.