posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 09:39 PM
It's an aircraft.
Here is a frame by frame shot of it. 7 frames = 7 minutes.
It enters the frame on the left, is a good distance from the camera, and is headed away from it. By frame 5 (5 minutes into it's flight) it's turning.
60 seconds later it has completed it's turn (not 90 degrees by the way, less than that), and takes another 2 minutes to move away and over the
Notice the change in color too. Red....then when it turns, rather green looking. Red and Green lights. Seven minute flight path.
To me this is a time lapse video of an aircraft that is flying some distance from the camera, and makes a turn to continue on it's way. I took 7 to 8
minutes for it to do so.
Edit: BTW - each frame of the night shots is about 10 to 15 seconds long (and is why you see the other air craft close by as a light streak, and the
meteorite streak). Takes that long to get that kind of exposure from the stars.
Keeping that in mind, the air craft that are close have long streaks. The "object" that is far, has a very short streak, and get's shorter as it moves
edit on 24-7-2012 by eriktheawful because: (no reason given)