posted on Jan, 30 2013 @ 03:45 PM
Originally posted by Necro69uk
reply to post by PINGi14
Well whatever it is it seems to come in from the top of the frame at one o clock, and the spped of the command module is faster than the object. The
object seems to speed up just as the module slows down.
Then the object appears to raise its trajectory from the surface until we start to go dark.
As darkness approaches the object is still luminous.
As the module was in a straight line of flight, the object moves around a fair bit.
Still too little detail to determine what this is, but a similar craft was caught across the moon before, if I can find the link I will post it.
That's pretty much a bang on description of what is happening in the video. +1 for the summary. If I could add a minor thing, the object seems to be
speeding up and pulling away from the LM near the end after gaining the said altitude. In any case, the clincher was pointed out by Necro69.
An inanimate object such as a speck, fluff, piece of metal from Apollo LM, block of frozen astronaut piss, etc would move predictably on the Moon as
they would on Earth. Straightforward Newtonian physics from high school, just weaker gravity on the Moon.
Long story short, consider this before making yourself look ignorant by calling the object in vid a fluff or speck. Assuming a fluff or speck was
traveling along lunar surface casting a shadow as this object was. Does it make sense that this fluff or speck would suddenly take off into the air
the force of gravity?