Originally posted by PurpleDog UK
The UFO is 'NOT' the object with a contrail but the white flash which passes between the aircraft being filmed and the plane from which the video is being made......
It is probably cgi or something but watch the video on page 1 from Dmz1664.....
Originally posted by LightAssassin
reply to post by PurpleDog UK
It's definitely not condensation but it can't be discounted as something much slower, much closer to the aircraft the boy is filming from, as the aircraft flies past said object. What the object is is still unidentified so YES it's a UFO.
Originally posted by iamhobo
Considering most, if not all of that person's youtube videos are of UFOs---I'm going to have to say it's not real. I really dislike those UFO fans who, instead of pursuing the truth, make things up.
Originally posted by GBP/JPY
I'm a pilot....with very fast eyes...it's another aircraft....we swing out to pass...and it takes forever to overcome them....then thet go by fast so you can swing back in... the 757 was going 595 miles an hour...37.000 MSL
3rd. the object passing them DOES make a sound, listen and u will hear a mild whistling sound.
Originally posted by munkey66
reply to post by scottromansky
just playing devils advocate,
you would not hear a sonic boom if it had already gone passed the speed of sound earlier and was cruising, the sonic boom is audible at the time the sound barrier is broken, not a constant boom.
Sonic boom is an impulsive noise similar to thunder. It is caused by an object moving faster than sound -- about 750 miles per hour at sea level. An aircraft traveling through the atmosphere continuously produces air-pressure waves similar to the water waves caused by a ship's bow. When the aircraft exceeds the speed of sound, these pressure waves combine and form shock waves which travel forward from the generation or "release" point.
As an aircraft flies at supersonic speeds it is continually generating shock waves, dropping sonic boom along its flight path, similar to someone dropping objects from a moving vehicle. From the perspective of the aircraft, the boom appears to be swept backwards as it travels away from the aircraft. If the plane makes a sharp turn or pulls up, the boom will hit the ground in front of the aircraft.
The sound heard on the ground as a "sonic boom" is the sudden onset and release of pressure after the buildup by the shock wave or "peak overpressure." The change in pressure caused by sonic boom is only a few pounds per square foot -- about the same pressure change we experience on an elevator as it descends two or three floors -- in a much shorter time period. It is the magnitude of this peak overpressure that describes a sonic boom.
in a plane u can hear the engine noise against the wind and the sound of the plane cutting thru the air.
Originally posted by LightAssassin
reply to post by foodstamp
So you are actually saying you think it is a water droplet going across the glass?
Can you explain why you think it is condensation? I've never seen condensation look like that and I've flown a lot. Maybe planes here in Australia have some super-duper mid-flight anti-condensation shield.....
I never said it couldn't be CGI.
Originally posted by AkumaStreak
reply to post by Lonewulph
"Someone could have cgi'd the unknown object into the film that originally only showed the kid reacting to his surprise when the other plane flew by"