posted on Dec, 30 2012 @ 01:03 AM
Here is my interpretation:
Image 1 - A smudge on the film because the object shows no detail.
Image 2 - Clearly a lens flare caused by a relection of the Sun on the camera lens. The hexagonal spot left of center is part of the flare effect.
Image 3 - A reflection on the window caused by lights inside the spacecraft.
Image 4 - A hill in the background partially occluded by a shadow cast by the hill in the foreground.
Image 5 - Strange blue spot could be anything. Not your typical lens flare but looks like an artifact of developing the fiim or a bad frame.
Afterall, film rolls aren't perfect especially if the film has undergone extreme temperature changes.
Image 6 - Another lens flare.
Image 7 - Not sure about this one but I am inclined to agree with NASAs probe explanation.
Image 8 - Lens flare.
Image 9 - Blue dots are hard to see but looks like another artifact from developing the film or an non-pristine frame of film. Like I said earlier,
film isn't perfect. Photographic film is just silver oxide coating on a plastic film and sometimes the film frames stick together when they are in a
roll causing artifacts in photographs.
Not trying to take the mystery out of it, I am only justifying why these aren't UFOs rather than trying to prove that they are.
30-12-2012 by eManym because: (no reason given)
edit on 30-12-2012 by eManym because: (no reason given)