Video

Three objects flying in triangular pattern

recorded at: April 23, 2015 Rustox Hastings, East Sussex, UK 7014279 7 1020

This is the zoomed in version of four videos cut together. The reason the recording got split up in four different videos is because the objects were too small for the detection algorithm to track them correctly. Everytime the rectangle shows up the next video starts.

The objects are better visible when downloading the source file


Here is a frame with adjusted contrast showing the objects https://i.imgur.com/s1M5J4z.jpg

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    Ufologia Diversa Apr 27 `16 at 13:04

    Ótimo vídeo. Parabéns pela dedicação e compartilhamento.

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    Electron Apr 30 `16 at 16:04

    Are these different segments of saved videos stitched together?
    It looks to be reflection of the sun on a bunch of satellites. But On closer inspection, you will notice the object comes to a stop. This is no satellite reflection. If it kept the same speed and direction, maybe. It's not doing that.
    Unidentified.

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    ReLaKs May 16 `16 at 17:05

    Interesting, I wish we had better footage of this event. But I'm not going to complain, without this software we would have not had this footage in the first place. I can't readily identify.

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    johnnieja Apr 25 `16 at 08:04

    nice one! we see these thing over The Titanic dry dock all the way down Belfast Lough quite often.

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    Trifouillax Aug 13 `17 at 07:08

    Cloaking effect is interesting. Thanks for sharing.

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    Black Jesus May 1 `16 at 19:05

    May be military testing reconstructed or reverse engineered ET tech

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    MSnyder Apr 28 `16 at 21:04

    I think the description of "three objects flying in a triangular pattern" is overstating it. I don't see three objects at any one time and I don't see two objects in perfect synchonry at any point. Inclined to see this as birds because of the flight path (not a straight line) and the flashing effect. Didn't look frame-by-frame.