I had problems with my recording software today so I didn't get anything, but I will post what you asked for....that happens all the time. Just as
soon as something looks interesting, they cut to the nasa logo! I should have it up tomorrow...I switched to new software.
Here are two videos I took today....The "kaleidoscope looking lights in the beginning. are reflections of the setting sun off the ISS (I THINK...not
sure though)....what I found interesting are the blue, red, white, and green flashing and streaking lights...after 7:30 minutes in the first
video)....any ideas what they could be?
I was watching the cams and noticed some bright lights in the distance....they disappeared but I started taping in case they came back....this is what
happened. If you go frame by frame when they start scrambling the image, you can see a very bright oval object that was not there before which changes
colors.It appears in the upper right side of the screen (actually almost center of screen) during the scramble...watch it frame by frame....it is a
glowing sphere with a vertical line running through it... There is nothing on the ISS which has that shape. Be sure to watch part two to see what the
view looked like after this.I didn't get the audio, but one of the astronauts said they were picking up an echo and requested a private channel for a
conference with ground control....??? No, I am not saying it is a ufo, just that there is something there that was not there a minute before the
This video was right after the scrambled one...some weird looking clouds at 1:40, and especially after 3:00....could be the sun but I have never seen
it reflect that way before and I watch a lot! Just for the sake of saying it, this was all recorded at the exact time Pakistan had a huge
earthquake......I wish I knew exactly where the ISS was at that moment.
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