reply to post by woogleuk
Seen a streak just like this one night in glasgow a month or two back,slow moving,incredibly bright however it was night time,this one i saw went
horizontally whereas from your pic this one looks vertical
This was taken with a Fuji camera in a constant burst of 12 pics its the only one with this in background ???? if it can stop the blades dead on this what speed was this doing to leave a vapor trail?
i took 12 pics in 1 to 1half seconds this was on number 5
This was taken on the day HMS ark royal left Tynemouth. This helicopter was part of the ship so I thought I'll have some pics. I didn't see the thing in background until 3 months later whilst flicking through them with windows pic viewer, I went past it and had to go back 3 pics, the hairs on the back of my neck stood up.
Originally posted by woogleuk
reply to post by greyer
I've scaled the image down so people can see it better without having to scroll across, it's the stream below the helicopter. Please read the OP so you get an idea of timings.
Hello, I have been asked to send this email by a member of a forum I use.
I have attached a picture which is comprised of 2 of 12 pictures taken by a friend of mine in a burst mode on his camera. The 12 photos were all taken within 1 second, the object only appears on photo 5.
It was taken in the North East of England sometime around Feb / Mar 2011 as the HMS Royal Ark was leaving Tynemouth for the last time to be decommissioned. If it is indeed a meteor, it would have only been visible for the brief milliseconds the shot was captured, during the day too.
What are your thoughts?
Thank you very much for any ideas you may have.