I just came across a couple pieces of interesting footage that I thought might be one way at least to have a possible comparison. The first video was
taken in Russia on Jan. 23. Now the video itself isnt really that great because there really isnt anything to match it against as far as trees or
whatever. The guy that took the footage did at least explain what he used and how it came about.
Halit Safin, a famous photographer in Ufa, January 23, took video of an unusual glow. He phoned a friend and said that in the sky above the street in
the Green Grove Kuvykina hours from eight in the evening flickers something unusual. Halit, a child fascinated by UFO, arrived at the place at
midnight and filmed on camera lights with shirokofokusnym lens:
Now as the title says, the next video was taken in Edmonton Canada on Feb. 12,2012. This guy also says what he used as well as made a video showing
the telescope and were he was located etc., while filming with a extra video which I will also add below
No idea what this is, there's been three of them that do this every night, though tonight only one. This was taken using a sky-watcher 130 telescope
(80x) and using a Sony DSC-N1 camera (at 3x). Telescope collimation is best I could/can get it.
The reason I am showing all this together is because the colors in both seem very similar. Even though the first one seems more portal like, and the
second one strikes me more like it may have the one light in front with the three in back which we have seen on occasion, I just thought there may be
a possibility of them being the same, or showing the same nuances or color characteristics.
Anyhow just thought I'd pop them up for the more critical eyes of our fellow members to give a looksie.
edit on 20/2/12 by onehuman because:
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Just have to say, if you read through the comments on the you tube page, you will see the poster has mentioned that they stay pretty stationary for
quite a few hours and that there has been more then one, and also it is below freezing out. I cant imagine folks staying out that long to fly kites in
I would expect a kite would bob and weave a bit more as well and not remain stationary for hours unless it was extremely calm winds. To do that for
many nights in a roe just seems to have the odds against it IMHO.
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