They are balloons imo. Here are my explanations, my observations, and my reasoning to some of the ideas why people , well person believes these are
Why are they so bright? Well they cold be made of a shiny material and it's a clear sunny day. They are NOT glowing, lets get that point straight.
They are the same color as any silver or white passenger plane on a clear sunny day.
My opinion is were are probably watching one of maybe ; two sets of 3 ballons tied together that were released (frome where-ever, a high building,
Central park? I dunno).
They are all moveing in the same direction throughout the entire video, even the single ones that probably broke apart earlier, and I'd bet that
direction was the same as the wind that day.
We see no stops, no hard turns no manuevering -AT ALL- sadly, just objects at the mercy of a strong wind gust.If it is a craft, it's malfunctioning
and out of contol.
The camera focuses in on the 3 that actually remained together for a few minutes in the heavy wind. you can hear it's a windy day just by the camera
mic, imagine what it's like as the ballons gain altitude,
I propose they are held together by something rigid, but perhaps not completely inflexibile judgeing by the way the group tumbles, (and each balloon
moves on it's own but they don't tangle so it's not rope or string).
The killer here is that no one on the street is takeing it as a serious sighting, Some said it looked like balloons, although I believe one guy was a
saying it sacastically, like thats what they want you to think "wink wink*. Hey I wan't to believe also, but if that's any type of craft, it's out
of control, and at the mercy of the wind. aka Ballons.
The video concludes as the trios tethers finally fail, and the three split apart, and the camera man stops before we see ANY semblelance of
intelligent flight. No epic jump to light speed, or movement back to the right from the direction it came and travelled the entire time, nothing
I guess he didn't want to pick one object out and follow it on the breeze for 20-30 until it was completely out of the range of his cameras zoom as
it floated into the upper atmosphere.
In my oponion this is only some objects cleverly tethered together. Lighter than air floating and tumbling on a breeze. aka "Ballons"