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Originally posted by splittheatom
This is in my local paper website.
The guy claims to have captured these images over 20 minutes and he claims they were not moving.
What do you guys think?
It's been pretty cloudy round here recently, so it could have been on a cloudy night. (I'm only a few miles away I can vouch for the cloud as it's been messing with my evenings of staring at the sky)
Originally posted by ArMaP
reply to post by splittheatom
If, as it says on the article, that's a 20 minute exposure, where are the stars? Stars would have left trails while they were moving during those 20 minutes.
Unless we are seeing the stars, and as the lights appear out of focus, I guess that's a possibility.
Originally posted by LvSLoLo
Is this hatfield in doncaster or hatfield in wales?
“I am a photographer and I often photograph the night sky and I knew it looked different to anything I had seen before.
“I decided to set up my camera and photograph the object.
“I set up my Canon 60D and took a series of photos.
“The object appeared to be cone shaped very high up and not moving in any direction.”
He added: “After 20 minutes I looked at what I had captured and realised there were in fact four separate lights in the sky, but not visible to the naked eye.
Photographer Jason Reeve took the dazzling pictures from outside his north-west-facing bedroom window, in Chantry Court, with a 20-minute exposure.