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I can't really tell a lot from the video.
Some screen shotsw and the video. SHOULD this be more interesting than just a diamond artifact in the video then I of course have raw , un edited 1080 footage.
Thanks for the picture, lovely view indeed.
Sorry to bother you again, but could you post a picture with the window frame in it.
That way it would be easier to pin point where the object must have been; in the sky or in the valley.
As for the chinese lantern, that could still be plausible.
With the light remaining in one spot, there couldn't have been much (or any) wind though.
How were the weather conditions?
Also, is there any human civilization in the vicinity of that light that could have been responsible for lighting up a lantern?
And have fun looking through the window to see if 'they're back..'
reply to post by komp_uk
.....Given Dartmoor and Edale are similar in being isolated and pitch black at night, it does strike me that, if that light you saw was the light of headlamp or something similar then you should have seen its' beam on the wall of the room you were viewing it from? Whilst I wouldn't claim that as "definitive" I'd take that into consideration. You might like to try and experiment and using a powerful torch, see how far your roomie can still see the beam on the wall of the room as you move away from the house in the direction of the light you saw. It will also give you a better handle on your line of sight that night?
One prosaic explanation does come to mind. That being the following. Due to some temperature inversion you were seeing a mirage of the planet Jupiter that does indeed rise around that part of the sky about the same time of the night.