UFO over Voss 24 january 2012





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UPDATE: So apparently this is a satelitte from the russian version of GPS; Glonass, according to some commenter and also from emails I have received.

- "Glonass 2000-063A usspacecom catalog no 26564 launched in the year 2000. Because it has such a high orbit, it is much fainter and moving much more slowly than the lower orbiting satellites."
Said gr575. So this is probably the most logical explanation.

According to xapie128: The satellite seen at 0:37 is 1975-072B/08063, a Delta 1 rocket that launched an ESA satellite (now decayed). The one seen at 0:42 is 1968-042B/03271, a Thor rocket that launched a U.S. DMSP satellite. The one seen at 1:00 is 2002-021A/27421, the French SPOT 5 satellite (this might also be the in the close-up at 1:41). The one seen in the lower right at 1:04 is 2002-056E/27601, a Japanese H-2A rocket that launched the ADEOS 2 satellite (and 2 smaller satellites, including 1 for Austraila).


I was making a timelapse of the auroras, and after I noticed this object in my pictures. It differs from the other moving objects wich are satellites and meteorites, because these are moving at much more speed than this object. Also, it differs from airplanes because these have strong blinking lights. The timespan of the moving object from start to end is 23 minutes. I dont really think if it was a satellite you could observe one for 23 minutes?

It is no planet, or star, since our planet is spinning like how you see the stars are moving, and the object is going the other way.

I just really wonder what it could be, any suggestions? What Im really thinking it is some kind of slow moving satellite, but I dont know. I really hope it is friendly aliens.



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