I do think it's a lens flare, unless of course it's dust on the lens reflecting the sunlight in which case it would be a dust flare created by the
sunlight, henceforth, thusly and ecumenicaly making it lens flare.
It my photo your right I have put it on ATS so people can have a look and give me evidence not the other way round If I thought it was sun glare or
incects then I would not have posted it whats the point.
So you cant give me anything on what it is.
Can you remember what the weather conditions were when you took the second picture?
The clouds look quite dark - had it been raining?
And don't think I'm going to come back and claim it's a raindrop..... maybe you can tell by my nickname, but i'm a little interesetd in things
like this, and have a very nice photo that i have posted on ATS before, which can demonstrate that not all things like this can be put down to dust,
etc too close to the camera.
Im leaning towards water on the lense in both photos. It will be nearly impossible to find an EXACT replica of the photos. But it is
absolutely possible to find similiarities. Some have done that already.
Again you will NOT find an exact duplicate, but similarities will be found.
You dont seem to like the answers people are giving. So please tell us what we are suppose to be seeing here. Please give us your analysis
complete with examples of what it probably is and why it is not dust, water or lens flare.
And please do not tell other members to shut up. Its rude. Just because you dont like their answers is no legitimate right to be rude.
hello there I had a look at your photo as you can see the sun is visible right.
In my photo there is no SUN for that effect.
The lenze was clean mate theres no water on the lenze.
This is the problem you only get sun glare or dogs when you can see the sun thus given sun dogs the sun in my photo is behind clouds not visible at
The object looks to me like a structure solid object circle in side a circle
and in the middle you can see something else the outer edge is sharp and defined.
Am I right or wrong Can you see the sun in my photo.
The video shows an out-of-focus ball of light that at one point appears to be made out of concentric circles similar to that of a photographic orb
It also looks very similar, albeit missing the 'notch' to the hundreds of Ufo's investigating the STS-75 'tether' which broke away.
The video is a genuine NASA video, from shuttle mission STS-75 (1996) posted by a well known researcher and poster on YT, LunaCognita.
In this video he's posted, he's ran video stabilization routines to show the UFO paths and directions more clearly.
NOTE the huge mile+ wide ufo's crossing BEHIND the floating tether, which is approx 70-80 miles away from the shuttle.
For all those that still want to deny these are either living space dwelling beings or nuts and bolts ufos, and think they are ice particles...can you
explain how ice particles can be that large, shot on video from at least 70 miles away?
And while your at it, how can ice particles travel in different directions in the vacuum of space? If they were ice, and moving due to orientation
jets on the shuttle, they would all travel in the same direction, which they do not.
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