posted on Apr, 6 2012 @ 07:36 AM
I don't know what to make of this. I have a Sony point and shoot camera that is capable of taking detailed images in very low light. There is a
bright moon right now, so I went out, pointed the camera at the moon and clicked. I checked the result immediately, and was puzzled to find a bright
blue orb next to the moon. So I took another shot, and found that the blue orb had moved in relation to the position of the moon. This prompted me to
take several shots of the moon as quickly as I could. I was flabbergasted to find that this blue thing was actually orbiting the moon ! I could
clearly see it disappear behind the moon, then swing out on the other side and continue to make a circuit round the moon to disappear behind the moon
again. This went on without stopping. I thought it might be the stars, but the stars showed up as bright spots in the sky and not as blue orbs.
Besides, this was much bigger than the stars. What gives ?