IR UFO Orbits City - What can this object be?

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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 04:21 AM
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This was filmed in Infra Red.

It shows an object orbiting a city what can it be?



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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 05:24 AM
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True to say it is an unidentified flying object however although I do believe there are ET craft flying around the earth at some times I would say if something kept using the same route on a regular basis then my knowledge of aircraft movements suggest that perhaps you live underneath a patch of sky used as a regular air corridor.

There are some aviation websites that plot air movements in real time so you might want to check them out when you target the camera next time.

Duncan
UK



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 07:23 AM
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radioboffin
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True to say it is an unidentified flying object however although I do believe there are ET craft flying around the earth at some times I would say if something kept using the same route on a regular basis then my knowledge of aircraft movements suggest that perhaps you live underneath a patch of sky used as a regular air corridor.

There are some aviation websites that plot air movements in real time so you might want to check them out when you target the camera next time.

Duncan
UK


Thanks for that Duncan.

This isn't my footage it's from a guy in Australia who films this sort of stuff all the time. His cameras are very high tech and when he films a plane its very apparent that its a plane so I think we can rule that out at this stage.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 07:32 AM
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continued from what Radioboffin posted, satellites also always follow the same trajectory path and the fastest can orbit the earth every 90 minutes so following on that idea if the video is time-lapse that could possibly explain it.
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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 07:35 AM
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NZkraw1
continued from what Radioboffin posted, satellites also always follow the same trajectory path and the fastest can orbit the earth every 90 minutes.


Sure but this object circled 4 times if it was a Sat then it would continue to circle but it didn't so I think it's fair to say that a Sat can be ruled out.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 07:42 AM
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on inspection of the footage id say its an object passing once and the videos owner just looped the video and cropped a few frames to make it seem like it was the same object 'orbiting' which could be valid as the video camera didnt have the time on it. its a tricky one to explain im just observing, some seasoned ufo footage experts might give more insight. definitely an interesting video nonetheless.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 07:53 AM
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Interesting video. Can't be a satellite if this was indeed filmed 4 different times on the same night and all within 10-20 minutes of the next. Satellites can't orbit that quickly. He also has some interesting orbs at the end of the video that seem to be moving in a very controlled direction. Would have thought meteorite, but there is no tail and they make it to the ground without burning up and staying the same size/brightness the whole time.

As far as the UFO orbiting....my guess is one of the super powers, probably the US, has an X-37B or some variant up there and it is circling...I believe I read about drone circling when they are out of communication range or something similar....just a thought, but that is what I think is most likely here. Could be on some sort of spy mission I guess....circling that area. Way over my head on the mathematics here, but maybe someone on here can look at the alignment of the orbital path on the stars in the background, couple with the stated time it took to pass each time and figure out what the orbital or flight pattern is and how fast it was going?



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 07:58 AM
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NZkraw1
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on inspection of the footage id say its an object passing once and the videos owner just looped the video and cropped a few frames to make it seem like it was the same object 'orbiting' which could be valid as the video camera didnt have the time on it. its a tricky one to explain im just observing, some seasoned ufo footage experts might give more insight. definitely an interesting video nonetheless.


Doesn't appear to be the same footage looped. If you look at the star alignments in the background of the object, it doesn't line up each time....looks to have actually passed 4 times as the video says. Just pick a star it comes near in the first pass then keep your eyes on that star for the next few passes and you will see that while the UFO may be on a specific flight pattern, the earth is obviously rotating and the star alignments to the UFO have changed.

That would make me even more suspicious of a US intelligence drone similar to the X-37B making passes over the area at high altitude for some sort of recon....has intelligence and is staying on a very tight circular flight path at high speed.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 08:51 AM
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JamesTB

NZkraw1
continued from what Radioboffin posted, satellites also always follow the same trajectory path and the fastest can orbit the earth every 90 minutes.


Sure but this object circled 4 times if it was a Sat then it would continue to circle but it didn't so I think it's fair to say that a Sat can be ruled out.


Is it the same object?

How much of the sky was this capturing? To me it seemed that the speed and trajectory of the objects follow that of a satellites, so I am wondering what else you have to say its fair to rule them out?



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 08:55 AM
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InhaleExhale

JamesTB

NZkraw1
continued from what Radioboffin posted, satellites also always follow the same trajectory path and the fastest can orbit the earth every 90 minutes.


Sure but this object circled 4 times if it was a Sat then it would continue to circle but it didn't so I think it's fair to say that a Sat can be ruled out.


Is it the same object?

How much of the sky was this capturing? To me it seemed that the speed and trajectory of the objects follow that of a satellites, so I am wondering what else you have to say its fair to rule them out?



I would say the timing is what rules them out. While there is no timestamp on the video, what the videographer says about the amount of time lapse between the object being viewable matches up it would seem. If it were a satellite, it would not have gone by that many times in that short of a time _...at least no satellite I know of travels that fast nor in what would appear to be a much tighter radius turn than satellites.

My vote is still on something like the X37B doing a run over the area.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 08:59 AM
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Without being able to determine the altitude of the object (it does appear to be high altitude though) I would have to go with some type of military drone. A race track orbit is usually set up over an area of interest. Could have been night time training or something of interest..? An IR scope is expensive; wish I had one !
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posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 09:04 AM
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InhaleExhale

JamesTB

NZkraw1
continued from what Radioboffin posted, satellites also always follow the same trajectory path and the fastest can orbit the earth every 90 minutes.


Sure but this object circled 4 times if it was a Sat then it would continue to circle but it didn't so I think it's fair to say that a Sat can be ruled out.


Is it the same object?

How much of the sky was this capturing? To me it seemed that the speed and trajectory of the objects follow that of a satellites, so I am wondering what else you have to say its fair to rule them out?



Well put simply satellites orbit the Earth this footage show an object orbiting a city, as shown by the tightness of the 'arc' of direction.



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 11:20 AM
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JamesTB

InhaleExhale

JamesTB

NZkraw1
continued from what Radioboffin posted, satellites also always follow the same trajectory path and the fastest can orbit the earth every 90 minutes.


Sure but this object circled 4 times if it was a Sat then it would continue to circle but it didn't so I think it's fair to say that a Sat can be ruled out.


Is it the same object?

How much of the sky was this capturing? To me it seemed that the speed and trajectory of the objects follow that of a satellites, so I am wondering what else you have to say its fair to rule them out?



Well put simply satellites orbit the Earth this footage show an object orbiting a city, as shown by the tightness of the 'arc' of direction.


No the footage does not show what you say. The tightness of the arc only looks a such because its on a small screen.

How much of the sky was being captured by the camera?

Do you know what date this was?



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 11:20 AM
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If it were a satellite, it would not have gone by that many times in that short of a time _...at least no satellite I know of travels that fast nor in what would appear to be a much tighter radius turn than satellites.


Might not be the same object but a trail of objects following the same trajectory a distance apart.

I think the turn only seemed as such because its viewed on a screen, in the sky it might not be as noticeable as when on screen.

Is there a date for when this was filmed?



posted on Jan, 20 2014 @ 01:54 PM
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727Sky
Without being able to determine the altitude of the object (it does appear to be high altitude though) I would have to go with some type of military drone. A race track orbit is usually set up over an area of interest. Could have been night time training or something of interest..? An IR scope is expensive; wish I had one !
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What method are you using to determine that it is at a high altitude? What do you define as high altitude?



posted on Jan, 21 2014 @ 10:08 AM
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The X37B has only been launched once 3 years ago (if it had gone up again somebody would have noticed)
My guess its a satellite filmed on different dates so the stars are in slightly different positions?





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