Green 'UFO' ..or Great Meteor Footage.

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  1. 1963

    1963 Noble

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    Hi guys.... just thought that i'd drop this new story in of a 'possible' UFO event over the skies of Britain last night. Tenuously a " mass UFO sighting" [though i'm 99.9% certain that is a pretty impressive bit of meteor footage] ... But of course the headliner that grabs the attention is the "UFO" bit.... and it did remind me of those old 'green fireball UFO's' from the 40's and 50's that were investigated by no other than Lincoln LaPaz .
    ... Anyway it's a great bit of film to kick start the new year. :drinks:

    Green UFO spotted in UK on New Year's eve (Watch) - Web Top News


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  2. August

    August Metanoia

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    Copper infused carbonaceous meteorite ? Pretty green .
     
  3. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    Nice post 1963, reading the article and looking at the pictures I was thinking a meteor but then viewing the video and the way that thing flew through the air I was left scratching my head...:huh8:
     
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  4. SOUL-DRIFTER

    SOUL-DRIFTER Life Long Researcher

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    Me also. Seems to be going too slow for a meteor.
     
  5. Kchoo

    Kchoo At Peace.

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    :unknown:Space debri falling from orbit? I have seen a few meteors like that.... seems like the big green ones are always slow...
     
  6. August

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    Could have been a bolide. A bolide is an extremely bright meteor, especially one that explodes in the atmosphere. In astronomy, it refers to a fireball about as bright as the full moon, and it is generally considered a synonym of a fireball. In geology, a bolide is a very large impactor.

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  7. zork

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    UFO's usually enter an atmosphere in a manor like this when there are problems with 'adjusting' to a planets gravity, and many other factors. I'm not an expert on meteors but it looks like the bright initial light of the object was so bright, that it changes our perception on the objects trajectory causing it to seem as if the object is turning. As the initial bright flash or burst of light starts to fade, the outline of the light become smaller, it looks like a circle, with a circumference that is gets smaller in a short amount of time. The quality of the camera would have an impact on our perception of the object as well as the light was very bright, causing the camera to not be able to get a good view of the object. The camera is in a car, which is moving, and just as the car starts to turn a corner, the object is spotted, and when the car stops turning, the objects brightness gets lower. The movement of the car could also affect our perception.
     
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  8. humanoidlord

    humanoidlord ce3 researcher

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    screams space debris
     
  9. Apollo

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    Great dash cam catch. If it ripped a 90 degree turn or some other physics defying maneuver, I'd be inclined to call it a UFO. But seems pretty likely that it's a meteor.
     
  10. CasualBystander

    CasualBystander Celestial

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    Alien landing.

    This is how "The War of Worlds" or "Edge of Tomorrow" starts.

    We should shoot down stuff that falls from the sky "It's the only way to be sure."
     
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  11. The shadow

    The shadow The shadow knows!

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    Meteor.. most likely tiny. I seen many like it. Nothing unusual here.
     
  12. dr wu

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  13. Sheltie

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    Meteors most commonly burn green. I agree, however, it is a very interesting photo.
     
  14. Sheltie

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    Speaking of space debris, I just saw an ep of How the Universe Works on The Science Channel that talked about the Oort cloud, the cloud of ice, debris, and dwarf planets that is believed to surround our solar system. Scientists now believe it may extend as far as 2 light years from the sun. That means our solar system may reach almost half way to Alpha Centauri. Pretty amazing to think about! Back when I was growing up in the 1970's we knew nothing of this or the extrasolar planets. So much is being discovered now.

    How the Universe Works | Watch Full Episodes & More! - Science
     
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