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Originally posted by gortex
Night vision of Satellite's
Starting at 1.32 Satellite 3 and 4 seem to be traveling quite quickly.
Can you prove it is a satellite? hahaha
Originally posted by dbates
From spaceweather.com for May 22, 2011 for Dallas, TX
Satellite (Hubble Space Telescope) Rise time(04:51:46 am) Direction to look(SSW) Transit time(04:55:47am) Max elevation(40°) Magnitude(3.1 (dim))
Satellite (HX-37B) Rise time(05:11:14 am) Direction to look(NNW) Transit time(05:13:38am) Max elevation(25°) Magnitude(4.1 (dim))
Satellite (defix and Ariane 42B I) Rise time(10:21:24 pm) Direction to look(E) Transit time(10:25:37pm) Max elevation(25°) Magnitude(4.1 (dim))
Given the time you stated it wasn't one of these. Also, satellites are normally not visible at that time of the night since they're totally in the Earth's shadow at that point and you can only see them when they're reflecting sunlight. You can generally only see satellites pass just a few hours after and before the sun sets. The middle of the night is not a good time to see satellites. While it does sort of look like a satellite, it is moving a bit fast. They generally take 2 - 3 min. to cross the sky.
Originally posted by sandesh
New video of UFO flying above Dallas in Texas. This was recorded on Sunday, 22nd May 2011 at 1:44 am.
Skip to 1:35.