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Originally posted by exdog5
Wow...not entirely stunned to hear that however
Originally posted by edgecrusher2199
The video looks incredibly fake.
Originally posted by n00bUK
reply to post by Sambell
I dont think solar panels have an invisblity switch
Originally posted by CAELENIUM
This is another example of what I call the "Fairy Lights" phenomenon. Also called "Sylph" or "Orbs". There are several possibilities, but all of them are to do with TRANS-DIMENSIONALITY technology, which at this time of writing, we terrestrials do not have in our possession. The "Fairy Lights" could be natural in origin, similar to ghosts, or they could be artificial in origin as in UFO craft. Both are wanting to be as invisible as possible, but that is apparantly impossible, since there will always be such "Fairy Lights" to give away their position, if you know what to look for and look hard and long enough. Most people are just too lazy. Also even when some one points out that there are some strange lights, nevertheless people just ignor any data that does not fit into their preconceptions about the fundamental nature of reality.
A while ago I found these "Fairy Lights" near to the ISS. My pictures were either ignored or passed off as fake.
AVE RAEGINA CAELINA LA DEUS NOSTRA CAELI LA VERA DEUSedit on 5/2/2011 by CAELENIUM because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by onehuman
What is this following the space station? Are these single crafts or could it be one huge and I mean huge craft.
Obviously they are reflections. As the ISS orbits, the angle of the Sun is constantly changing, hence the items being reflected seem to "fade in".
It is rather easy to see, since they never alter their relative position....until the camera tilts "down" at about 4:45 or so. Then, the positions slowly drift, relative to the portion of the ISS equipment in the foreground. Again, the reflective angle has changed, due to camera reposition AND station orbital motion and path.
Originally posted by notsofast
it's a reflection, if you look at about 2:15 and happens again at least one more time, you can see how one of the lights goes in front of the station, it's just a little bit, but enough to tell me it's just a reflection. i wish it wasn't. lol. but let's face it..