posted on Mar, 26 2012 @ 02:28 AM
Not sure but it looks like a NOSS triple satellite was imaged at 3:01 to 3:03.
All that Adobe Lightroom has done was to crop the scenes and brighten up what was imaged, it won't 'invent' what isn't imaged. If your own eyes
(aboard the ISS) could be so light adjusted you would see what is in the time lapse, only much slower.
What the dot is around 1:16-1:18, I'm going to say the proverbial reflective glare
because the dot changes in intensity from dim and small to
larger and brighter and back to dim and small. It's actually stationary, it is the star field that is moving and gives the impression the glare is
edit on 26-3-2012 by Illustronic because: (no reason given)