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This will be very difficult as Martyn Stubbs died of a brain tumour some years ago. I cannot locate and obit on short notice that a coffeebreak allows, however those who have contact with D. Serada could confirm this quite easily.
Thank you for the compliment weedwhacker, 'greatly welcome here.
The largest ice particles normally seen during an STS waste water dump are about 2mm in size - try a search on the NASA NTRS server. Ice sublimates in space quickly and tends not to acrete but it can be a hazard until the sun hits it.
Originally posted by depthoffield
i found the exact timing of our misterious movies.
TAPE NUMBER: 611854 TITLE: STS-75 Orbit 118, 119 (Downlink Reel # 061)
CAPTION: Night pass starfield views and TSS-1R visible from the orbiter. A/G audio.
or better a capture of it, scroll to the right!:
there is said:
Day 61 (1 march 1996, GMT time)
05:11:50 Camera D WS/ Night pass starfield view.
05:12:40 Camera C WS/ Night pass starfield view. View switches between CAMs D and C giving WS/ Starfield views as the Crew looks for the TSS-1R satellite.
05:22:41 Camera C Orbit 119. WS/ Night pass starfield view. View continues to switch between CAMs D and C.
05:30:05 Camera C CAM repositions. LS/ TSS-1R, with tether extended, visible at 113 nautical miles away from Columbia. Debris visible.
05:31:35 Camera D Glare.
05:31:38 Camera C LS/ TSS-1R. Tether and debris visible. Sunlight illuminates view.
05:32:59 Camera C Zoom in/out. LS/ TSS-1R. Debris visible. Glare develops. Iris down to dark FOV.
05:35:55 Camera D Glare.
05:36:01 Camera C LS/ TSS-1R barely visible in the center of the screen. Glare.
05:38:19 CAM turned off. Black.
05:39:16 Camera A Dark FOV. Port side wing, sunglint and Earth limb visible in the lower FOV.
So, the images are taken with camera C.
STS-75 ORBITER VIDEO CAMERA IDENTIFICATION AND LOCATION
1) Closed Circuit TV Payload Bay Cameras
A - PORT FWD Corner, Wide Angle Color Lens
B - PORT Aft Corner, Wide Angle Color Lens
C - STBD Aft Corner, B & W Lens
D - STBD FWD Corner, B&W Lens
Below, i've tried to do the best match, inserting on the video, the mark times resulted from STS 75 Scene list, quoted above.
All the movie was filmed with camera C, but here were two moments, when the image is switched to camera D for a few seconds, and the image is described as "glare":
05:31:35 camera D Glare.
05:35:55 camera D Glare.
there was an EXACT match on the description and what we have, therefore i was able to TIME-MARK the sequence, you can verify for yourself the timings and duration when camera D was used.
Here it is:
Originally posted by depthoffield
This is taken from STS-6.
During the mission, astronauts are going outside on an EVA. The sequence is filmed, as astronauts themselves said, with the "AFT TV camera" 
Here is the entire sequence narrated by the astronauts:
And here is just the slowed down sequence, showing how iris mechanism of the camera is closing down:
What we see...astronauts trying to get outside, and camera focused on them, on the background of the image. But there is some part of the shuttle or it's structures, can't say for sure what, and this structure is closer to the camera, partially blocking the view. And because is closer, much closer that the near limit of the depth of field interval of the lens, it appears very unfocused, very blurred. On the same time, there are some edges, or snags of that closer structure, which reflects loccally the light (i didn't think the sun light, but some artifical light from the illumination system of the shuttle, i guess). Those reflexions are punctual. But beeing very out of focus, BOKEH acts here. (and remember those cameras have catadioptric lens, so that's why the dark center of the bokeh)
And as you see, there are BOKEH WITH NOTCHES, produced BY NASA SHUTTLE CAMERAS from CLOSER and OUT OF FOCUS points of light !
Maybe you want to see them better, here is one frame:
or maybe even better:
More, we see here the cat-eye effect too!
So what we have here?!
A NASA shuttle camera, showing out of focus closer smaller points of light, as BOKEH, with notches and cat-eye effect.
... am i paranoic or is there a new documentary or book or something ready to be published...
Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by depthoffield
... but I just didn't yet have the determination, and heart to put in such effort --- nor, easy access to all the information to hand, with such detail.
During February 1996, the Space Sciences Laboratory participated
The ghost UFOs can be seen only by NASAs ultraviolet camera cuz of state of higher frequency they are in, wich cant be seen by human eyes. In that ...
UFO Nasa UV camera unedited STS 75