posted on Dec, 15 2012 @ 10:28 PM
reply to post by Signals
Man why is it, all the " Weird " anomalies are always in such low resolution.
Here's what I'm going to do.
What part of the ISS, do you think this is on? The easiest assumption I can make is this is one of the support arms for the solar array. AHHHHHHHHH
wait a minute, look at all that sunlight reflecting off of the solar panels.
I understand this looks strange, but at the right angle from the right reflective surface I don't see anything out of this world there. If the side
we are viewing is outside of the sunlight,(in the shadow of the station.) it's very possible this is a reflection off of one of the sides of the
Solar panels, or simply a gap in the structure allowing sunlight to shine on that one spot.
I did notice there is a port hole(bubble shaped glass object) near the " Crawler" It also looks like a portion of this bubble is illuminated, could
it be possible light is reflecting off of that port hole onto the support arm?