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Celestial Being Caught on Camera? WTH is This?!!!

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posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 08:18 AM
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HairlessApe
Does anyone find the connection between "celestial beings" and indistinguishable objects as hilarious as I do?


While I do not agree with a connection, or the possibility, I'm not going to harass the OP, belittle their beliefs or insult them.

I would rather analyze the evidence the OP brought here to show us. I may show strong evidence that what the OP saw was a star or planet and nothing more, however if the OP (and others) wish to believe that it is something else, that is their right. I won't make fun of them for it.




posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 08:29 AM
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It looks like a giant flying turd



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 08:39 AM
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Looks a bit like the Easter Island statues and also the kind of faces I see in mountains, rocks, clouds sometimes. I always think its a weird world we're in, and keep picturing positive things occurring. Don't know if its really entities or spirit or some kind of corporal being projecting or phasing in, or overlapping into our reality, or "watchers", OR, if we have brains that are hardwired to face recognition, and hence energies take that shape for us frequently.



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 10:53 AM
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This looks like something similar to what I captured on my camera in late August. It was on a Sunday too. I've uploaded the video on YouTube here

m.youtube.com...



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 11:01 AM
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midway in the short video... it looks like a meteor hit something that exploded... it sure was not a typical burn out of a meteor but it sure looked like a burst of smoke & orange light


thanks


 


now there could of been a bolide mixed in with the Perised meteors...and we are seeing the flash from a distant object that lights up the foggy sky above the city lights


if one were really imaginative we might say that an unexpected meteor hit a UFO craft by surprise... maybe there might be a expedition to search the line-of-sight vector for wreckage of some sort (say up to 25 miles distant)
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posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 11:20 AM
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This may have been covered, but Mufon and Linda Howe, have been talking about the orange balls of light or orange meteors. They have asked anyone with a sighting or with pictures to contact them with your information.



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 12:13 PM
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I do.

You can create some amazing celestial beings with camera shake and hot pixels.



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 12:15 PM
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Great, if the OP's photos were something like that, but they aren't. They're poor quality photos of probably a star, Venus, or Saturn. An 8 second exposure, hand held, can create all sorts of interesting things; celestial space beings, UFO, or a rip in the universe, it does not.



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 01:26 PM
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sled735
Celestial Being Caught on Camera? WTH is This?!!!


Hello ATS. Help me out with this, please.

I took these pictures last night of this bright, orange "thing" in the sky. I had been noticing it for almost a week now, and decided to get a picture so I could look at it close up.
I had my camera sitting on my car so I wouldn't shake it. It looks like that's what happened, but I don't see how. The camera was completely still.

While taking the pictures, this "thing" flashed once, moved up and down, and then almost disappeared and came back bright again, like it was traveling further away from Earth, then returned.

The second picture has colored dots in the back ground. The other two do not. Is this some sort of camera anomaly, or is it caused from the flash it did in the sky at this time?

The first 3 pictures are the originals showing the date.
Under those are enlargements done by a friend of mine, Darkblade71.

What the heck is this?! UFO, Celestial Being, Swamp Gas, or what?

The third picture looks like a celestial being of some sort. I can see a head with eyes, a body with arms over it's torso, and legs.

What are your thoughts?


CAMERA SHAKE that's my thoughts



8 seconds exposure, in auto mode low iso setting of 64 aperture of f5.1 , sorry but not the type of camera or exposure settings for what you were trying to film.



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 03:33 PM
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What should I set my camera on if I see something in the future? My camera only shows icons for "night landscape", "High ISO", and "Candle Light" for anything in the dark. It doesn't give the shutter speed.
It also has a "Smart Capture" that sets the right exposure for the current conditions. But when I use that at night, it sets off a flash, and nothing shows up.



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 04:44 PM
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sled735
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What should I set my camera on if I see something in the future? My camera only shows icons for "night landscape", "High ISO", and "Candle Light" for anything in the dark. It doesn't give the shutter speed.
It also has a "Smart Capture" that sets the right exposure for the current conditions. But when I use that at night, it sets off a flash, and nothing shows up.


Use "High ISO" if it will let you.

ISO comes from Film Cameras. One of the ways to rate how sensitive the film was by using the ISO of it. Common ISO films bought in stores for 35mm cameras were ISO 200, 400 and 800. The higher the number, the more sensitive the film, and the faster it could capture light.

Digital cameras do not use film of course, however modern DSLR cameras will allow you to select what ISO (how sensitive to make the CCD chip is the simplest explanation). My Rebel camera will let me go as high as ISO 6400.

Your camera set at low ISO of only 64 is a very low ISO and not very sensitive at all. The other problem is that your camera is made for people who just want to snap pictures without having to worry about changing a lot of settings, which is fine as most people are normally taking day time pictures, or night time but with some lighting present.

Taking pictures of the night sky requires cameras that allow you to change things like the ISO, exposure time, f-stop, etc. But that also depends on what you are going to take pictures of. Very bright objects, like the moon, you can take pictures of with very short exposure times since it is so bright (like 1/125 of a second). Here's a picture I took with a Sony Handi Cam of the moon:



So even though it's a cheap video camera, it took excellent video of the moon itself, and even zoomed in better than the 210mm telephoto lens I have for my more expensive Canon.



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 04:53 PM
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its hangin around for a week....a weeeeeeeek ?? and this is the result of the images you captured? how about gettin some friends in on it. choose the best camera you have between all of you, and find someplace that is solid to place your camera, and video it.... some people get better images when seeing something for just a few minutes or less.... wish it was hangin around me for a week, I'd have a pic of its ass by day 2..



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 05:00 PM
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Thank you for the info.

I'll try to get a better shot next time, if there is a "next time".

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posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 06:20 PM
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sled735
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What should I set my camera on if I see something in the future? My camera only shows icons for "night landscape", "High ISO", and "Candle Light" for anything in the dark. It doesn't give the shutter speed.
It also has a "Smart Capture" that sets the right exposure for the current conditions. But when I use that at night, it sets off a flash, and nothing shows up.


If your camera has no manual mode (I don't think it has) not a lot, it also has a very small sensor a 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm) sensor, the sensor on mine (23.5 x 15.6mm) & erik's camera's are APS-C see image to compare.

www.elizabethhalford.com...

Small sensors produce lots of noise in an image when the iso is turned up see the example here.



The Panasonic in the above picture has a far larger sensor (Four Thirds) than you camera but not as big as the Sony it's compared with and you can see the difference.

It looks like your camera uses a programed exposure system for the settings you mention so it will never set the ideal exposure for the subject you are trying to take.

If you are determined to get good pictures at night like erik's example get yourself a DSLR of some description.

For some nice examples of what members here have done re astrophotography look here.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

Another thing you can do with a DSLR is stuff like this watch full screen HIGHEST res possible with sound.



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posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 06:27 PM
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Great pics!
Those creatures come from a red nugget galaxy!

Star and flag!



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 07:54 PM
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reply to post by AliensRapedMe
 


Thank you.


Exactly where is the red nugget galaxy?



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 08:11 PM
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I know this sounds like a copout but these galaxies are miniatures created galaxies! They are like a house boat in the ocean! They use these tiny galaxies to phase shift through space!



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 08:15 PM
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That sounds similar to what The Law of One teaches. That is a different topic, so I won't derail this thread by getting into that.

Thanks for answering my question.



posted on Sep, 14 2013 @ 08:24 PM
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Thank you!
I'm not a scientist I dropped out of colloge before finishing my geology degree so these concepts aren't always easy to explain but they use these micro galaxies to tether to each other in space! Sort of like drifting in NASCAR. This is how they traveserse the great distances of the universe they literally slingshot each other to their desired locations!



posted on Sep, 15 2013 @ 12:18 AM
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Next time set the timer. When you pressed the button you moved the camera, with an 8 sec exposure even the slightest shake will create streaks that both the street light and planet are doing.




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