UFO SIGHTING: Strange Objects Zipping Across The Moon!

by bluesbaby5050 on October 17th, 2014

UFO SIGHTING: Strange Objects Zipping Across The Moon! [Click on image to enlarge] UFO Over the Moon.

(In the middle of the 600 percent zoomed-in composite image above, a dark, circular object moves across the moon. On the left is a normal view and at right, an invert color enhancement. Credit: Crrow777 / YouTube) Video evidence? UFO glides across Moon's surface along non-linear trajectory.

In early October, Crow Tripplehorn -- a frequent moon observer who shoots high definition videos through an 8-inch telescope -- captured intriguing footage of a seemingly unusual object flying above the lunar surface, according to Examiner.com.

On Tripplehorn's YouTube page, he pledges to "never run deceptive or misleading clips on this channel. I strive to shoot the highest quality UFO and anomaly footage possible with the equipment at my disposal."

Watch this video shot by Tripplehorn of the UFO. Video evidence? UFO glides across Moon's surface along non-linear trajectory. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyT0qwJ9uHo&feature=player_embedded#t=0 A couple of videos shot by a diligent UFO watcher appears to have captured the dark image of a quick-moving object over the face of the moon. As UFO Sightings Daily reported Oct. 8, YouTube user Crrow777 posted the video and it not only shows an unidentified flying object shooting across the upper right region of the visible lunar surface, the object does not behave in the manner of readily identifiable satellites and meteors. In fact, the UFO deviates from a linear trajectory at least twice as it makes its glides along.

The video footage was shot on Oct. 3. Narrator Crow Tripplehorn, who regularly surveys the moon and posts as the Crrow Discovery Project, points out that the intriguing image of the UFO, seen as a small black dot in the footage, is unlike other shadows or objects that sometimes get caught on video by astronomers, stargazers, and UFO watchers. Those objects take a linear course across the lunar surface and, with a little detective work, can usually be found to be a fixed-orbit satellite passing between the videographer and his target. But not so, this UFO.

Crrow777 attaches a straight line image in one video to aid the observer in the video as well, indicating in two separate instances where the object moves off of its linear path. "This is very rare," the narrator notes. "I've never seen it on these black objects." He says that the alteration from a straight trajectory "means something" but refuses to speculate as to what the black object might be.

And here's where UFOlogists and believers tend to run into trouble with casual observers and the general public, people used to hoaxes and skeptical about claims of visitors from outer space. The restrained and knowledgeable UFO aficionados, through experience and usually a keen skeptical sensibility, are far less quick to claim extraterrestrial or alien origin of a captured image or a close encounter report. Crrow777 leaves the viewer the opportunity to judge the video footage and its strange image for themselves.

Much of UFO detection involves, once the detecting is over and done with, attempting to figure out just what has been detected. With a little effort, one can often rule out strange flying (or sometimes immobile) things observed in the night or daytime sky as naturally occurring. Those that aren't are often dismissible through checking on known satellite paths, aircraft flight paths, and even the trajectories of known or just-discovered meteors. And still more are found to be man-made objects or birds. Of course, there are always the hoaxes to be on the lookout for as well. But once all that has been ruled out, a UFO candidate that remains a UFO then becomes the focus of intense speculation and enters the realm of unexplained phenomena and "What if?"

And yet, with the recent "ghost" image that rambled across an enclosed area at a New Mexico police station, one might look to mechanical interference, like an instrument glitch or a bug on a lens, to explain this lunar UFO. The ghost turned out to be the blurred image of an insect moving across the lens of the surveillance camera. Could that explain the small black object in the UFO video? http://www.examiner.com/article/ufo-glides-across-moon-s-surface-along-n...

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2 Comments

Tarheel: I saw the strangest object last evening. Related?

I workout in my yard for 2hrs/day, every day. I always face the sunset, as I do my thing in the late afternoon/early evening. It has been rainy for a week , and it turned out beautiful so I was taking advantage. There were some relatively heavy clouds on the horizon, but there were a few spotty clouds much closer. As I was doing my situps, I saw a bright shiny object, flash over top of one of the closer clouds. It was shaped like a box-kite, and I could only see the outline of the object flash. It flashed 3 times, so I know I wasn't getting an anomaly. I paused and watched for a minute, hoping it would flash again and it didn't immediately. But after a couple of minutes, it flashed again. This object was shielded from the ground below it, but not from me as I was looking from an angle of about 110-120 degrees (7-8 o'clock based on the object being at 12). I have no idea what it was, but I know I wasn't seeing things. Whatever it was-it was cloaked, but obviously gained additional "cover" from the cloud it was hiding behind. WTF?

Regarding the original post, I've been seeing different shapes and shades on the Moon for a good part of this year. Recently, what BB posted is visible on the Man in The Moon's nose-bridge. I didn't look last night to see if it had moved or vanished.

Let me say that I view the night sky, nightly (weather permitting), and the only thing I see regularly is irregularity. There is SOMETHING weird or different EVERY SINGLE NIGHT !

Brakel: How do you see these things

How do you see these things,Av never seen anything

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