posted on Oct, 29 2013 @ 10:53 PM
Also, flares tend to descend in altitude while they burn out.
The lights in this video are consistent. You could draw a line through the middle of each one.
After watching the video on loop, I did notice one thing, and this is why I mentioned tracer fire before.
The lights do seem to break into 4 from one point, then again to the right of it. I think there are 2-3 instances of this before the one in the rear
fades out to a small point then nothing. As soon as the one in the rear fades, a new one is created in the front of the line.
Now, what's really odd is, at first the lights move from left to right, but at one point, it looks as thought they're moving towards the observer.
Kind of like if one would trace our a corner of a box or something with one direction being towards the observer.
Once again, the original file has so much more detail. YouTube does this video no justice at all. The original is crystal clear and worth a look.
The only problem is, it's a 9meg file and I dont know where I can upload it to keep it's original format. That file will have date and time details
as well as anything else Apple puts in their video files. I haven't looked yet, but it may even have the gps location of the file. I know photos
are connected to this kind of information on smart phones and what not. Maybe the actual file can offer more details.