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Originally posted by Karilla
The object seems to rise vertically very briefly before changing direction and accelerating. There isn't any human originated craft that I know of that can do that. The speed, if that is as far away as it looks, is amazing. See how slowly a plane a few hundred feet away seems to travel, even when it's doing 300 knots.
As there is no wind up there, how could a piece of debris change direction so suddenly?
Originally posted by Maybe...maybe not
Chadwickus has worked through that very well.
On the off-chance you haven't looked at many videos of this type, they can be very confusing until you get used to them.
I've spent a great deal of time analysing such videos & this one still threw me until Chadwicus worked through it.
Originally posted by k3rm1t
So where does this leave us then?
Debris/Ice or still unexplained must say thanks to all for input now this is making me look at videos in a more detailed perspective.
Originally posted by Soylent Green Is People
reply to post by Karilla
But then is is just a coincidence that the object in question seems to move in that same direction, the same speed, and at the same time as the apparent motion of the window frame seen at the lower right corner of the video?
The apparent motion of the widow frame is definitely because of camera movement, and it roughly matches the motion/apparent motion of the object in question.
Originally posted by jonnyc55
reply to post by Zeta Reticulan
Link that source then please.
Also i still want to know why it stops rising and changes direction in space.
Originally posted by GW8UK
Chadwickus, Nice try but thats not enough for me.
Space debris doesnt 'Pulsate'
Neither does it move at over 100,000 miles an hour.
Thats a light ship and its over 2 miles in diameter!