I've observed ISS flyovers many times, and from experience, compared to the video, the ISS scoots across the sky at a much quicker clip.
I don't think this is a sighting of the ISS.
I also do not think this is Venus, or Jupiter because the object can be seen at higher elevations later in video, where if it was Jupiter or Venus, it
would be getting consistently lower, but not all that noticeably much in the time frame of the video.
The quality and all elements of the video suggest that whatever was being filmed is actually there.
Probability would suggest that it's a plane.
Reason would dictate that if anyone was filming or taking pictures of anything extra-ordinary, predictably, over years, they'd eventually invest in,
or at least borrow better equipment from somebody to get better video, or pictures of whatever it is being captured, if only out of personal
curiosity, to see something more than an ambiguously vague blob of light that could really be anything.
Continued perpetuation of posting ambiguously vague blobs of light without even minimal efforts shown to improve quality with better equipment over
years of doing this, would suggest the videographer knows these are mundane aircraft and chooses to continue using sub-quality equipment for the
effect the equipment gives these mundane aircraft.
On the other hand, It could very well be a UFO. We can't identify it, except through conjecture, so, it's unidentified.
This could also be a case, similar to the guy that keeps popping up on here claiming he's located gold and uranium deposits 100s of meters in length
on google earth, where this guy takes videos of regular planes flying at a distance, but, he's of the 'special' sort and is convinced that he's
actually getting UFOs on video, or finding gold deposits hundreds of meters long in google earth.
edit on 3-1-2012 by nineix because: (no reason given)