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After watching the video again, that light is too bright to be a star. It's either a landing light from a plane, or could be someone's flashlight.
British UFOlogists still recall the famous Devon ‘flying cross’ case of 1967 October 24 in which two police constables, Roger Willey and Clifford Waycott, chased an apparent UFO in their police car along country lanes at up to 90 mile/h in the early hours of the morning. “It looked like a star-spangled cross radiating points of light from all angles,” Constable Willey told the press. “It was travelling about tree-top height over wooded countryside near Holsworthy, Devon. We drove towards it and it moved away. It then led us on a chase as if it was playing a game with us.”
Sirius, I concluded this right away. Otherwise, prove me wrong.
Sirius is VERY bright, direction seems to confirm this as well.
If it was a celestial body it may have been Fomalhaut known as the Autumn star , its also the brightest star in the autumn evening .
Could you perhaps post a picture of what your view from that window is in daylight?
That way we have some kind of reference.
reply to post by gortex
I posted 3 shots. Left middle right. I might have the order of them wrong. I used formillab.ch yourhorizon thing for it with the coords.
South would have been to my right, 90 degrees right from the perspective of the video.
I am 100% sure we are looking East as that is also where the Sun rises from every day, over those trees in the pic of the view:
edit on 15-9-2013 by komp_uk because: (no reason given)