The STS-48 in my opinion is and always has been exactly what NASA has always said it is. Debris and ice. The flash on the side is a pitch adjustment
booster firing, and all the particles react to it. People really need to give that one up. The streaks to the right could be anything, but the
avoiding "UFO" is reacting to the same flash, NOT any StarWars type weapon.
STS-51a is a water/condensation droplet that got between the window and lens. Evident by the horizon swap space/horizon become horizon/space when the
"sphere" passes over the separation...before it passes over the horizon edge, it's largely black. It's a convex, typical water drop. It's not
even outside the shuttle.
STS-80 isnt conclusive enough to say anything about it at all. Some wierd stuff, but again could be debris coming into and out of focus. The video is
far from clear, and I question anyone saying there's objects coming up and out of earths atmosphere. There's no way near enough evidence on there
for that. But, it's interesting.
The Gulf Breeze one, I have no idea. I have been to the area several times and recorded an object there myself. It's a wierd place, but was it wierd
because I had already read the Gulf Breeze Sightings, and heard all the stories? That particular video? I have no idea of the circumstances or what
I'm looking at. But that effect can be done with glass and a picture on the galss moved in front of the camera...is that what this is? I have no
idea. I'd like to see more.
Apollo16, it pretty damned interesting. I know what it looks like, but what are we really seeing? You'd think if it were anything really unusual the
astronauts would have stayed on it.
The California one is odd, but could be a meteor being deflected off the earths atmosphere. I dont think thats the case, but again I'd like to see
Colorado is very, very interesting, and I have not seen it before. The object does appear to be far away, but how did it leave? I'd definitely wanna
find that out. Another I'd like to see more of.
Florida triangle video is not available.
The Belgium Triangle, most likely I feel is some sort of negative cell lighter than air project craft. Maybe a early pre-dater of the TR3.
Japan's footage is useless to me, as there is no reference but sky and disc.
Mexico one is really interesting, I for one dont think it's a hoax, at least not by the camera man. Whatever it is, I think it's really there. But
again, I would have to see it in it's raw video form to really make any calculations. I put NO stock in anything Village Labs does in regard to UFO
The bottom Mexico footage is as they say, "fake". I've posted at length about it in here.
The alledged "Nellis" footage is cool, but doesnt do anyone any favors as far as ID-ing anything. It's dark, blurry and most of us have no idea how
gun cams work. Could it be fake? Sure. Do I think it is? No. I dont know what it could be besides a balloon grouping caught in severe thermal winds.
And I have serious doubt that thats the answer. If youre really interested in morphing UFO stuff, I'd say read this:
The Roger Beard video only shows one second, I'd need to see more.
Mike Hawkins I can do without. I wouldnt touch his stuff with a 10 ft pole. Long standing member of UFOwatchdog's Hall of Shame...no need to go on.