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Originally posted by freelance_zenarchist
You really should have posted the video, once you see it floating, spinning and twisting around it becomes obvious that it's the same object in the STS 88 photos.
Still no good explanation why the object is black in the "BKS" pictures and white in the shuttle detail pictures.
Originally posted by FireMoon
The part no-one has answered about this floating debris is this. In the past a tiny fleck of paint 100s of times smaller than that debris has pitted windows and damaged the skin of a spacecraft in orbit. Yet, we are meant to somehow believe that, they just went.."Aww shucks, don;t worry just another piece of junk travelling at several thousand miles an hour that could deff out and totally destroy a billion dollar satellite or kill people on a manned mission"...
Originally posted by Encore
reply to post by Skywatcher2011
In other words, there are parts of the Dark Knight compared to totally different objects on the left and on the right. In my humble opinion, this thread fails to debunk the mysterious object in question
You nailed it
Originally posted by Nettlas
By the way, why is the colour of the object black in the "BKS" photos, and white in the shuttle detail photos?
Originally posted by chrismarco
reply to post by Ectoplasm8
Humm...why debunk what could be a satellite...??? But anyway, I don't see how a few objects with a few similar angles translates to the what folks are calling the Black Night...this guy is taking images of somewhat oblong and rectangular objects and trying to connect them to one image? I would love to see it and I could care less if it's a top secret satellite or not but I'm just not seeing the resemblance...
Originally posted by AlphaHawk
reply to post by wmd_2008
Explains it better than I did.