posted on Feb, 3 2011 @ 05:05 PM
reply to post by DJW001
I wish the weather was clear here I would certainly check it out.
My last reply to you was about the second video introduced on page 3 or 4 that was filmed near Chemainus that same evening up North a small ways.
Sorry I think I got confused and am not sure which video you are mentioning when you point out the possible use of a tripod and zoom.
The object seen in both videos appears to have moved from Victoria to Chemainus which would be northward. If it was a flare the flare would remain
stationary. If it was a planet would it not be visible around the same time and look around the same size? These two places are about an hour apart so
why such a drastic change in size and appearance? Perhaps the answer to my last question can partially be answered by different camera type or quality
but that does not explain the drastic change in the appearance of the sky.
I honestly appreciate your responses, I am not trying to grill you. You seem to know a lot more on this stuff than I do for the most part so nothing
but respect from me to you. I just want to know how a planet can appear so different in two different cities that are situated about an hour apart
from each other. I am sure it has something to do with the earth's rotation or something of that nature but I was very impressed by the second video
when I first saw it so I if it is a planet oe flare I would really like to be proven wrong.
Sorry for all the questions and making you read so much. I starred your last post for the headache you will get if you respond to this