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Close up of things in sky
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Uploader comment: Hi all this is a closer view of a picture that i previously sent. any suggestions?

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by beastiej on 1 August, 2006, 5:48
unfortunately the object is too far away and hardly any detail. These can be anything.
Comment icon #9 Posted by crypticat on 11 September, 2006, 21:59
Space shuttle?
Comment icon #8 Posted by jmugendpowerm on 20 October, 2006, 19:50
yea i was gonna say flying humaniods but it does look like it a rocket, cuz the bottom of it is all distorted maybe from the speed of the rocket????
Comment icon #7 Posted by vlanos on 5 November, 2006, 13:57
left looks like dust and the right looks some kind of reflection. best i can do
Comment icon #6 Posted by whitby on 5 February, 2007, 4:06
To be honest, there's not much you can really say. In my opinion, it's hard to determine for sure, considering the fact that the ground is cropped out of the photo. For all you know, there could be people on the ground, shooting off rockets, or kites, and other such things. You can't really know. But, I'd like to believe that this is paranormal, because, it's pretty cool.
Comment icon #5 Posted by lee c on 28 May, 2007, 21:32
i have the original photos if anyone would like me to send thim to you for speculation
Comment icon #4 Posted by livewire on 17 July, 2007, 2:59
well looks very like much a weather ballon, they will shine with light sometimes, ive seen many photos like this of weather ballons, the skin is very shiny on weather ballons when hit with light.
Comment icon #3 Posted by arden on 17 November, 2007, 4:39
Superman?! =O lol I have no idea but it looks interesting.
Comment icon #2 Posted by s.t.u. on 10 December, 2007, 4:17
Could this be an apparition walking into heaven?
Comment icon #1 Posted by cat cadaver on 15 December, 2007, 23:30
Looks like someone threw a martini shaker into the air.


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