RATRODROB wrote:Will, in your post oct 8th 3.53 pm, we see two lights close to each other and a bigger one nearby, then on oct 8th 9.52 pm we see another two lights close to each other and a bigger one (thing) nearby, they look like the same anomalies to me.
At a glance they look very similar, but at a closer look they are different in colour and the big one is different in appearance.
could they be the same anomalies but look different because of the amount of zoom applied and because of a difference of the amount of light exposure.
Also I think both of these pics are interesting as its highly unlikely that two pieces of space junk or debris or whatever they are, would remain together so close without drifting apart, I think it shows there is some degree of intelligent control either directly or indirectly.
Or it could be they are one object reflecting what appears to be two lights.
I am in the process of downloading both (again) so I can zoom in on the double light anomalies for
a side by side comparison.
If Monday had a face I would punch it
RATRODROB wrote:im guessing they are not reflections because each light doesn't reflect its self, I mean the two lights (in both shots) look different from each other, I think a reflection would be like a mirror image of its self.
Which is why I believe 'they' are one object photographed from different points of view.
On this mission, Houston control confirms a UFO sighting, highlights the UFO, and gives procedures
to the crew of Atlantas in case of further viewing of it. All recorded on this audio/video down link!
Published on Oct 9, 2013
Flight Day 11: flight support system check-out with view of the starboard right wing of Atlantis; in-cabin views; unidentified foreign object (UFO) in space; and Mission Control Center (MCC), at the Johnson Space Center (JSC)
http://archive.org/details/Jsc2039_sts- ... Flight.wmv
UFOs can be seen. One of which changes direction...
Also, ground controllers delayed the landing due to the weather and the object.
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