Space Rock Buzzed Earth on March 2rd Video
Posted 03 March 2009 - 09:53 AM
I watched this video a few times and that is exactly what I see a few times within about 15 / 30 minutes watching the sky late at night. Sometimes we will even see 2 or 3 at the same time going in different directions. They also fly by at the same speed as in this video clip.
I was told that they were satellites…. Now the question is how fast does a satellite fly? What we are seeing? Are they really satellites? For some reason I doubt this very much and here is why…
I have satellite TV… Now my disk has to be pointing to exactly the right spot in the sky or it wont get a good reception or non at all. So this means to me that this satellite has to be always in the same spot in the sky at all times. It has to follow the earths rotation to be able to always be in the same spot. So I would never see this satellite fly by… To my eyes if I would be able to see this satellite it would look like a non moving star. Just a white dot in the sky that doesn’t move with the other white dots (stars). It would always be in the same spot. How many white dots in the sky do you see every night in the same spot that doesn’t seem to move? I don’t think I ever seen one….
As for communication satellites it would be the same thing. These satellites would also be stationary (but actually flying at a speed to follow the earths rotation). When we make a call to a country on the other side of the world it beams the call to another satellite then another until one can beam the call to the other person. So all these satellites would have to be stationary (following the earths rotation of course).
If all these satellites are all flying around at the speed of this light in this video no wonder there is so much junk and chaos up there.
The only way I can picture what is going on up there is… TV, communications, mother spy and mother surveillance satellites are higher in the atmosphere and are stationary to the earths rotation.. They do have to fly fast to keep up. All the others that we see are at a lower level in the sky so that even if there are flying at the same speed as the upper ones, since they are lower we would see them moving across the sky because they have less space to cover because they are closer to the earth. So all these lower satellites zipping across the sky, like in this video, would all have to be surveillance satellites. Be it spy, weather, or topographic (mapping out the earth surface for changes etc..) surveillance satellites which would beam the info to the mother satellite that is stationary in the sky then to the person who is collecting the info.
Maybe a lot of these moving stars are a lot more then what we are told… UFOs, asteroids, secrete airplanes… you name it. I really don’t see any logical explanations for having all of these “satellites” zipping threw our skies that look very similar to this video.
Plus the ones we see that are going in the same direction as the rotations of the earth must be going at an incredible speed to see them flying across the sky. Like I said I often see these lights in the sky and they all go in different directions and they all seem to be flying at the same speed. It all seems a little strange to me….
Also how many of you have actually seen these satellites in your telescopes??? Since there are soooo many of them flying around it shouldn’t be to hard to get a few pics of some.. If you can take pic of the rings of Saturn how come you can not get pics of over 100,000 satellites (working and non working) flying above our earth?.. Is it because of the glare of the sun hitting it you would only get a white spot? Then how come some can block out the glare of the sun to be able to take pic’s of the suns gaseous surface??? …
All you would need is a motion detection camera and filters for your telescope to block out the glare of the satellite and you should be able to finally capturer one... a clear picture of these satellites zipping threw our skies. Actually you would have time to point your telescope to one of these lights if you are watching out for them as they do fly by every often and at a slow enough speed..
Posted 03 March 2009 - 11:27 AM
a satellite or one bright star ? I enjoy looking at the stars . I missed it - I bet it was cool . So much
going on that we have no idea about. Maybe this is better ! Less to worry about ... ?
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