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« Reply #15 on: Jun 20th, 2008, 10:24pm »

Yeah ive had them more orb like also.. get a new cassette.. will be nice to see what your getting..

and if you have a pair of bino's.. scan the sky in the day
for these high altitude objects.. they can be tricky to find. may seem like a empty sky but one always then
appears then followed by more appearing.. they seem
to know that your looking at them and one will come down and start flashing.. the weather has turned crappy here in london aswell.. spoiling my fun grin

Good luck.. smiley
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« Reply #16 on: Jun 21st, 2008, 03:43am »

this thread just reminded me that one night lat Augustwe were watching the perseids when two very bright lights flew about 2 minutes apart in a south-north direction. they appeared to be very high, and certainly not like any star, satellite etc i've ever seen.

(this was in the midlands, uk)
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« Reply #17 on: Jun 22nd, 2008, 03:44am »

CosmicTraveler wrote Quote:
Just reread this thread again and see that your seeing blinking lights. which is what ive also
started seeing.. i use to see flashes of light but just thought it was my eyes going funny but one night recently i looked up and see a flash of light.. didnt think much of it.. its ya eyes.. but no then it flashed again.. looked to see if it was a plane but i couldnt hear or see no plane.. then it flashed
again about another 4 times.. weird.. its like someones up there shining a torch on and off..


Good to know that others are also experiencing these things. Although I compare the light to a big spotlight being flashed at me from the stars. smiley We are not the only ones who have come forward to tell of experiencing this phenomena. It's interesting, but what is it telling us? I have yet to figure, although I have a theory.

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« Reply #18 on: Jun 22nd, 2008, 04:08am »

awww you not going share your theroy luvey huh

last night 22nd june was cloudy here in uk so never went out to observe . I saw 3 on 21 june 2 what i call moving stars as they didnt blink an 1 that did flash

I would like to here your therory on them luvely
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« Reply #19 on: Jun 23rd, 2008, 2:08pm »

skeptic mate fancy a good argument (i mean debate) what do you think to that police chopper chasing a flying saucer all the way down from cardiff to n devon?how sceptic is skeptic? grin
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« Reply #20 on: Jun 23rd, 2008, 2:20pm »

on Jun 23rd, 2008, 2:08pm, temps13 wrote:
skeptic mate fancy a good argument (i mean debate) what do you think to that police chopper chasing a flying saucer all the way down from cardiff to n devon?how sceptic is skeptic? grin


According to, "The Sun," anyway.....

South Wales Police - Official Press Release:

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"South Wales Police can confirm the South & East Wales Air Support Unit sighted an unusual aircraft. This was reported to the relevant authorities for their investigation. In today's skies, there are a wide variety of aircrafts which come in a range of different shapes and sizes and in all probability, this sighting has just confirmed that one of these was in the area at the relevant time. Reports that we chased the unusual aircraft across the Bristol Channel and the North Devon coastline is inaccurate.
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« Reply #21 on: Jun 23rd, 2008, 3:47pm »

on Jun 23rd, 2008, 2:08pm, temps13 wrote:
skeptic mate fancy a good argument (i mean debate) what do you think to that police chopper chasing a flying saucer all the way down from cardiff to n devon?how sceptic is skeptic? grin


Helicopters aren't that quick to be chasing down UFOs, are they? wink

A nice clear night tonight. I'll be out there... looking up. rolleyes
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« Reply #22 on: Jun 23rd, 2008, 6:15pm »

lol thats what i was thinking skeptic 1 .....if the object was indeed of higher technology it wouldnt be allowing a chopper to keep up with it..
Im open to fact it playfully allowed em to give chase
depends if you also consider diverting last seconds from a collision course withthe chopper ,from what ive read.
I cant judge nor would judge as i havnt seen the footage if any ......

tis a clear night i too will have a cupper in garden
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« Reply #23 on: Jun 23rd, 2008, 6:28pm »

ok, ive only found this site/post due to something odd i saw whilst having a smoke..

..I happened to gaze up at the stars for roughly half a minute when i thought i saw a shooting star, i was thinking to myself "ha, what luck" when this faint small star like object slowed down, change directions then sped up, slowed down again and took like a triangle like shape movement, these triangular movements were in a very small distance, didnt need to move my head and it kept fading in light and then reappering and in all this time it changed direction and speed.

I havent got much, if any knowledge on astronomy or ufo's but this was certainly strange enough for me to try and look for a reasonable explanation

(The closest thing i can compare it to is the videos posted by CosmicTraveler, although the moving image i saw was a lot duller)


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« Reply #24 on: Jun 23rd, 2008, 7:09pm »

The northeast is a hot spot right now
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« Reply #25 on: Jun 24th, 2008, 12:36am »

on Jun 23rd, 2008, 7:09pm, solitude wrote:
The northeast is a hot spot right now


Well I can tell you it wasn't even warm in my back garden. I sat there for an hour in a big winter jacket, camera and binos at the ready. Early on I saw a couple of airliners flashing away like cheap Christmas trees. Blimey. I swear it was just just like Close Encounters! grin In fact it it all went so slowly it was like time was standing still. Couldn't you guys pick a time of year when it actually gets dark at night? wink
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« Reply #26 on: Jun 24th, 2008, 2:47pm »

Am i the only one filming these things? come on.. sort it out people rolleyes

Hey skeptik.. thanks for ruling out satellites for me grin im a city dweller from london..
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« Reply #27 on: Jun 24th, 2008, 2:57pm »

Hi,

I filmed one with my camera a short while ago. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTWjg6q4pKY

I see them all the time. I have seen them stop and high beam other objects and more. The objects I would like to capture on video are the reddish-brown ones. These guys move erratic, change speed and all sorts of sudden maneuvers compared to the star-like objects.

13 min after I video'd that object a plane flew in the same direction only higher. I just wanted to show how they differed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__oHRgCD_lw

I never had anything fancy to video record. I just used my Kodak digital camera. First time I ever used the record button. New camera too. The star-like object travels straight across. When I move my camera on the stand, it made it look as though the object also moved around but it did not. Oops. Better luck next time!

The write up on the star-like video can be seen if you click on more information beside the video on You Tube.

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« Reply #28 on: Jun 24th, 2008, 4:03pm »

Thanks Barb... ive never seen one stop but ive seen 2 with one following the other and the one behind
catching up and crossing paths with the other.. and last night i see one do a u turn.. i always wondered
if they were just satellites but im now convinced they are not.. they are starting to do diferent things.
so hopefully things should start getting more interesting.. keep filming them.. ya need a better camera
though.. ive got the kodak z710 great for pictures in daylight but useless of a night.. cant even get
any stars with it.. but my sony camcorder is great for the night time..

keep watching smiley
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« Reply #29 on: Jun 24th, 2008, 4:35pm »

on Jun 24th, 2008, 2:57pm, barbcampbell wrote:
Hi,

I filmed one with my camera a short while ago. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTWjg6q4pKY

I never had anything fancy to video record. I just used my Kodak digital camera. First time I ever used the record button. New camera too. The star-like object travels straight across. When I move my camera on the stand, it made it look as though the object also moved around but it did not. Oops. Better luck next time!

Barb


Hi Barb

I hope you won't mind some general advice on digital still cameras based on my own experience over the years: I never go anywhere without my compact digital camera. So my hard drive is bulging with around ten thousand images and only a few videos.

The video facility on even the best digital still cameras has much lower resolution than still images from exactly the same camera. You also lose a lot of detail on YouTube videos because of the heavy compression applied to keep file sizes reasonable. Google Video is a bit better but there isn't the huge potential audience like you get on YouTube. I know its very tempting to try and capture video but highest resolution stills taken with the camera on a tripod (or with your hands resting on a wall or braced against anything handy like a lamp post) would be much more useful for fine object detail. You also have the ability to adjust brightness and contrast on stills but not very easily on video.

A dancing white dot on a black background video provides almost no information at all. Grabbing still images from the video is a waste of time becuse they are such low resolution. Only if the object is close and in daylight is it really worth using video IMHO.

Avoid digital zoom as it just makes the image dots bigger. I set digital zoom to off in the camera menu, use only optical zoom and keep the camera absolutely dead still for useful images which can be enlarged later from maximum resolution stills. As always: Practice makes perfect. Try photographing moving aeroplanes at maximum optical zoom using any handy surface to steady your hands while holding the camera firmly but gently so you can follow the plane smoothly.

Get a decent sized memory card for your camera so you don't have to keep formatting and possibly miss vital shots. Have a spare set of batteries (or battery) and keep the spare(s) fully charged on a standard slow charger. The quick chargers can cook your batteries shortening their life.

I've missed once in a lifetime shots myself because of dead batteries and full memory cards but never again! Good luck!
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