This week’s sighting comes to us from Stewart Bluco, who shared this video of his sighting.

Stewart writes, “I was testing my camcorder. I wanted to see how well it could zoom in on a high flying jet. I set out a lawn chair, and watched the sky until I could find a plane. The moon was out, and I was looking at it.. to the right of the moon I saw an object that was about to pass in front of it. That’s where I began filming. The object was so small and high up, I had a hard time zooming in on it in focus. If it wasn’t for the moon, I would have hard even a harder time, because it helped the camera focus. The center of the video was cut out by the Cleveland Ufology Project (Who I gave the video to).. which contained several minutes of me zooming in and out trying to find the object. The Cleveland Ufology project gave the video to Dr. Bruce Maccabee.. a leading Ufologist. Who told me after viewing the video.. The object appears to change shape, like a string of balloons.”

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Comments

  1. The Flavored Coffee Guy
    Bremerton, WA
    July 28, 2012, 3:06 am

    I’ve seen those before, it’s a para glider / parachute. It’s just that he’s seeing it from a weird angle, and the sun’s reflecting off of it, while he and his camera are in the shadows. It was just a moment where the para glider was pulling up. I’ve watched people jump in Boulder CO. If they use an updraft during sunset and the sun is behind the Mountains, the parachute looks like a light source.

    I have another idea other than offering rewards for text messages and GPS coordinates from Air Traffic Controllers, with your swearing to the individual’s identity to be kept secret. It’s a new camera!

    Well, actually two. One is a fish eye lens that’s pointed straight up, and might catch the telescope in one corner of it’s eye. It uses motion sensing software for the image to plot the x,y, and z coordinates to have the motors race too for a motor driven software package quite standard for telescopes. What you need is programmer packages to work with their software and Visual Basic. If the motor driver doesn’t include that software don’t buy it. If the low light camera software doesn’t include driver and capture information to be used with visual basic, or the motion capture doesn’t, you won’t be able to program the fish eye lensed camera to work with the telescope. Then just use a magnet compass to line them both up to north on zero. When north is north for both, it’s the easiest to program it to align and center the telescope on the right coordinates based upon the image produced by the fish eye lens pointed straight up. It’s not quite horizon too horizon but, it’s real close. So, if you zero both axis on the same horizon, the fish eye figures out xy and z, where the telescope’s motors move too center the motion detected in the sky, found in the fish eye, in the telescope’s image field.

    Well, I know you company does have engineers, and techs to keep the whole transmitter on line, and fix anything in an instant. I wouldn’t think that the History Channel, would hire anyone that would take more than 2 weeks to do this at home for a bonus.

  2. Dave Lentfer
    Ft. Worth, TX
    July 31, 2012, 3:08 pm

    Really?………..really?………..Come on N.G., why are you stooping down to UFOs?

  3. joe stupid
    August 3, 2012, 7:19 am

    duh!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. Mark
    ohio
    September 16, 2012, 5:54 pm

    Weii, you have to look at every possible thing to determine what it isn’t.

  5. Max Kammerer
    Monterey....Ca.
    November 8, 2012, 10:09 pm

    Looks like NGC needs to take some time and look me up
    at ornamental iron unlimited .com to see some of my HD videos and photos of UFOs on my wed site. have over 20 videos. Only a few are up for review by the public at this time. all copy righted and some have been reviewed by some MUFON. I have a video of a blue orb next to a airplane then the UFO taking off supper fast….and more..