reply to post by verschickter
He did allow me to post with his name included. I will try to get high res images of his pics when he provides them. I post them here for your
dissection, good or bad. There is no agenda here, just trying to post what we have. Take from it what you will. I hope that there are those who
will analyze these to the best of their abilities and show what it is that we are viewing.
Here's a bit more information. I asked him what camera and settings he used to capture the images. He is looking into the exif info for this. What
I do know is that he shot the images during the eclipse in Tokyo with a Nikon D3. Here's more of the dialogue:
Him: "Take a look at how this thing parted the clouds. Planes don't do that."
Me: "First I wondered if it was like a "sun dog", but the movement and trails look a bit like sonic impressions were trailing.
May I share the image...minus your name if you wish?
Or, I can include your name..."
Him: "Sure. you can use my name.
I find it hard to believe this thing when straight over the frigging base! Then again, its not like the all-might US Air Force could've done a damned
thing about it."
Him: "I never thought I would become one of those guys who says they saw a UFO. I mean... I've seen them before but without any sort of proof, its
just a fascinating story. But I didn't even know what it was that I had photographed until I enlarged the image on Tuesday. Now the story just took
on an element of realism - one which I can't simply dismiss as a possible something else..."
Me: "I am really wowed at the way the object looks as if it "punched" through the clouds and left a sort of "sonic" imprint. It's gonna take a
while to process for me."
Him: "You should have seen how fast it was moving!
And there was no sound. At least, I didn't hear anything...
I'm lucky I got the shots that I did! between 15 and 20sec. this object was gone-gone!"
Me: "How fast do you think it was goin?"
Him: "Supersonic speed easy... maybe even hypersonic." "Object covered 10s of miles in mere seconds."