I found this Youtube video today and I did a search on ATS and did not find it posted yet. If it is, please forgive me.
I felt compelled to share this video as it intregued me - perhaps there is an explination that someone here could provide. I thought that it could
have been something entering into our atmosphere like space debris, but it seems rather low into our atmosphere to burn up at that distance. The
person filming the video tends to try to get a good shot of the UFO in question as he is shooting around trees. Take a look.
Please note that the first video is not the picture of the actual video... I'm not sure why they used this ufo picture for the Youtube video.
It's a completely different event.
After viewing the videos you provided I can certainly see how that conclusion can be made. Thank you.
However, comparing the video to the first one (and unfortunately, it seems, that only the first video on the link you provided worked for me), I
can't seem to explain how the 'explosions' can just disappear 1-2 seconds after? If it was contrails, wouldn't they appear and stay for a period
EDIT: I saw the other two videos provided in the link, and those contrails last much longer than in the video I provided.
Why should this be difficult to fake? The almost perfect uniform coloured background (sky) is very convenient to apply some colour (chroma) key filter
which allows the branches and leaves to stay in front of the object in the sky.
If you do an ATS search, you should be able to find many threads about similar cases.
The "orb" shape of the plane is a common effect produced by a combination of the illumination of the plane by the sun combined with the resolution
of the camera. I refer you to DepthOf Field's excellent examples of that effect.
The intermittent nature of the contrails is being caused by the plane moving both horizontally & vertically (as it is climibing or descending) through
pockets of air that have different temperature &/or moisture content.
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