I suggest starting a new thread about your video. I'd be interested in seeing what other people have to say about it. What's really interesting is
that the object obviously detects you filming it because the third time you zoom in it conviniently drops down and hides behind those electricity
I'd say military craft - only because it didnt' manage to calculate the right angle perfectly to avoid you from filming it (although it did manage
to lose you judging by your third attempt at zooming).
Great vid, am looking forward to a thread. (good song as well)
Looks like there's great demand for a thread. I already have a theory what it could've been, but I'll wait for the thread. Hint: include in the
future thread's OP more info, also, do answer this - did you see it with your own eyes or after you started recording? If it's the second, please
provide the whole video, if the first - more information would come in handy.
The first video, reportedly from the ISS, is very probably of the robotic arm they use for manipulating objects outside the station. It appears to be
wrapped in a thin, fabric-like heat shield. The second video could be of a small insect on the windshield (windscreen) of the car. This would explain
why it appears clearly at short focus and blurry when the camera is focused on the clouds.
That first one looks a lot like a SRB from the space shuttle. How high was this thing when it was seen? The SRB are jettisoned at 29 miles but drift
up higher behind falling back. If that thing was in the 29 to least say 35 mile range I would say it was a SRB. When was the recording made? Does that
date match a shuttle launch?
In the first few moments you see the robotic arm of either the ISS or shuttle. In either case the altitude is well above 35 miles. Probably in the
150-200 mile range.
As you mentioned, the SRB's do continue upward for about 75 seconds after separation, but they have splashed down by the time of shuttle main engine
shut off, so there's no chance that shuttle astronauts could see one from orbit.
Very interesting video but WHY OH WHY always the #ty music? The more music the less "genuine" the video appears. Make the presentation without music
and use a voice-over and the whole scene looks much more natural.
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