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I hope there are others up at this time?!!! I'm in Mississauga and there's a flashing "star" - bull crap! I caught this on video and I will post as soon as I can. But for now, will anybody in the area check it out? It's for your own sake! My footage is going to blow people away!! I just have to figure out how to convert it, and upload it to ATS. Once I have, you guys are going to enjoy this!
Chad, looks like it's over lake Ontario. Time here is 5:37am. It's big, seems like a scout ship of sort. When I can figure out how to upload here, You'll see... I'm still watching it now!
... I'm a night owl ... saw this "freakish" bright star. As an amateur astronomer, it caught my eye.... and I KNEW this isn't normal
Yeah I got the building next to me
I see planes coming in all night for Pearson. I'm not that ignorant friend.
... I see landing lights ALL the time... I know them. This is different. What freaks me out now is I could see this crap with the naked eye, but the camera didn't pick it all up??
Just BTW, does anybody know where Jupiter was at about 3am??
Originally posted by ringht_n_wrong
These people want to be convinced, and nothing short of it will do for them. I believe if someone had the opportunity to video the interview of a alien inside its space ship, people would still not believe it and still would not be convinced.
Originally posted by IamCorrect
Originally posted by TortoiseKweek
reply to post by MR BOB
Mr BOB, I'm not throwing a tantrum. I'm just tired of people telling me it's Jupiter - WHEN I KNOW IT IS NOT! I'm not that dumb. As I said, why would I film Jupiter at 3 am, and post here.... to make myself look like an idiot of sorts??
Well, since you asked: presumably because you didn't know it was Jupiter.
I mean, try to see things from our point of view. You post a video with a bright object that looks like Jupiter in its recent splendor in the sky, and it makes us think it likely is even before we know where it's at in the sky. Then you tell us what direction your camera was pointed, and at what time you took the footage. And then sure enough, when we look up the sky map for your locale at that time we find that Jupiter is located in the same direction 'and' elevation where you had your camera pointed.
Moreover, at the point when you say it was moving, you must have been looking through your camera or its view screen, meaning that your view was no better than what we see on the video you posted, because you weren't looking directly up the sky with the naked eye.
In addition, you say that the object moved while you were filming after 5:10, and when we look we see that the camera moved (as it had been throughout the video), and that the object when leaving the screen makes a zigzag motion.
Case closed -- for me, anyway.
Originally posted by LadyGreenEyes
Planets and stars would not show up that brightly. In fact, with average equipment, I can't even get the brightest to show UP on a video. So yes, this is something unusual.
Originally posted by Wonderer77
The thing which remains most curious to me in all this is the fact that the second object, the one which 'blew you away,' and did 'not show up on the video,' was not even mentioned until the third page, over 2 hours after the original post, nearly 1/2 hour after being uploaded to YT, and following the earliest suggestions that what did show up may well have been a particularly bright planet or star.
Originally posted by TortoiseKweek
reply to post by VreemdeVlieendeVoorwep
Always been a believer... this signed the deal for me!
Seeing is believing . . . this was incredible stuff!!
Originally posted by MarrsAttax
I'm no video camera expert but I would have have thought if this object was Jupiter then the camera would have have picked up other stars or planets as well, at least one or two. However, after viewing this video it seems that doesn't have to be the case, I guess because of the brightness.
In all fairness this looks similar to the OP's video. However, I don't think it's enough just to say that Jupiter was in that direction. One would need the exact position of the camera to make a determination and it seems as though the OP already ruled out that possibility with his own star software.
Originally posted by Quasar_La-Zar
Sorry man but this video has zero effect on my "Wow-o-meter" and was a waste of 10 minutes : /
Tips for the future, if you do not want to be flamed here, try these few things.
1. Get a tripod, because at 5:11 it looks like your hand just moved, not the object moving
2. Invest in a high def recorder, not a crappy 50 dollar camera, the video was poor quality
3. Instead of starting a thread saying guys i got this video its so super awesome but i cant put it up, try actually finding out how to post it before you start the thread, gives viewers more credibility to your claims, and does not irritate people
Btw im not a debunker, I don't believe, I know that they are out there. Don't take my reply as an insult, but more of a humble opinion on how you could make people believe you. That could of very well been a ufo as you claim, but you present zero credible evidence, so im sorry but you fall under the typical 95% of ufo claims, and not the "spooky 5%"