posted on Dec, 31 2012 @ 04:10 PM
While this video is "interesting", I have a few problems with it.
The guy claimed "I caught an explosion in outer space".
Being somewhat familiar with astronomy and telescopes, there is no evidence that whatever he filmed happened "in outer space". Just by looking at the
video to me it looks that the the object might be relatively close, not further than a plane. You can clearly see details, like debris floating around
which makes it unlikely that he filmed something "in outer space"....the object might not even remotely be as distant as a satellite.
He (and the media reporting this) claims it's an "explosion". I watched the video quickly a few time but don't actually see an "explosion".
I see a large, condensed dot of "something" and some other, smaller dots nearby, and in the next shot I see all the "debris" floating (!) away....I do
NOT see an actual explosion. If it were an explosion the pieces IN ALL LIKELIHOOD wouldn't float away like that. (I might be wrong there tho!)
We also don't know whether the large object was indeed one single object which got impacted by some sort of projectile or missile. The large object
could actually be several small objects together, say, imagine a bunch of balloons or something else held together by a net. And then something
happened where the smaller objects were all released - but a FAR SHOT from claiming it was an explosion of a single object - this is entirely
speculative and it irks me that the report and the guy just assumes this.
My own theory is that it could be a) some sort of military exercise or (even more likely) b) some scientific, meteorologic project/test. I am
sorry, but a) or b) sound much more plausible than simply stating an "explosion in outer space".
edit on 31-12-2012 by flexy123 because: (no reason given)