UFO Sighting: This One`s Kinda Hard

Submitted by: Sashiko 4 years ago in Weird

Can anyone debunk this?
There are 33 comments:
Male 2,376
its a lens flare.. can be provin very easily.. if you put saaaay your finger over said secound sun. the spot will appear infront of your finger...
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Male 450
A sun dog is not a lense flare, it`s a giant glowing ring around the sun. You can only see them on extremely cold days. They`re created by light refracting off of ice crystals in the atmosphere. Look it up.
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Male 4,239
a Sun Dog is a natural lens flare
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Male 13,630
Very interesting indeed
dunno about a sun dog,
they usually are quite flarery
but could be wrong, interesting indeed
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Male 7,774
Not lens flare. The guy moves the camera around to prove it right at the beginning. The light bobbing about is lens flare, this light doesn`t budge. I`m guessing Mercury but not sure it would look quite so big.
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Male 1,983
This is what happens when you don`t pay attention in school.

You grow up stupid.
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Male 4,239
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Male 4,239
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Male 4,239
@turdburglar
well that not saying much
so what is you guess
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Male 621
I know I say it in every other thread like this, but...

How come you never see a clear photo of a UFO? They always come out looking like airplanes.
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Male 486
It`s a suncat.
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Male 40,752
@Devilsphere: Yes, the tiny dot that moves all over the place? YES THAT is `lens flare`.
What`s that dot to the left of the Sun? And later to the upper right?
It doesn`t move when the camera moves, eh?

There is "lens flare" throughout the video: but that`s NOT what we`re talking about!

The "orb" is a form of "Sun Dog" and there`s several pictures like it on the interwebs... it`s not a "normal Sundog":



But a variation of one. I`d bet the farm on it.
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Male 4,891


dm2754-
It`s not lens flare! Lens flare would move with the camera. It`s not lens flare. I know cameras better than you know the English language, so trust me. There is a perfectly logical explanation but, lens flare in not it.
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Male 64
Anything you cannot identify that is in the sky is a UFO. Literally everything. Unidentified Flying Object. Could be a commonplace thing, could be a new government plane, could be a weather balloon. But if you don`t know what it is and it`s in the sky, it`s a UFO.

However that doesn`t mean that it`s significant or aliens. It does not mean that AT ALL. So just because you can`t identify something is no reason to go all apepoo.
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Male 39,913

Does he live on Tatooine?

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Female 178
Met up with my man JB and we at Dunkin Donuts LMAO Notice how the "orb" disappears with cloud cover and then reappears when they dissipate. WOOOOOOWWWWWW
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Male 10
It`s lens glare, see how it doesn`t move unless he moves the camera, also go to :55 and you can see it in front of the tree.
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Female 870
It`s death. It`s not a UFO. It`s a celestial object. Your eyes are rolling now... we`ve only been formally recording history for a few thousand years. Every Sumerian carving and holy book speaks of it.
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Male 26
Swamp gas from a weather balloon was trapped in a thermal pocket and reflected the light from Venus.
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Female 20
@dm2754 , @badwolf56 , @randomxnp - I would think that too but he was sungazing ..so he saw it with his eyes b4 the camera.
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Male 4,239
all cameras have more then one lens. so its just light reflicted on one of the other lens
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Male 40,752
NOT! Mercury or Venus: It just isn`t.

NOT a lens flare: You can see lens flares throughout the video: that blob isn`t one of them.

Not a satellite: to big, too bright.

If it`s a balloon? It`s moving too slowly, but it`s faintly possible.

Sun Dog? Not like I`ve seen, those usually come in the bitterly cold winter! And in pairs, one left and one right.

But @Squrlz4 found a picture that looks just like this one! (The blob I mean) So I`d agree it`s a Sun Dog.
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Female 6,381
Look at Squrlz`s comment below. He has it right.
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Male 1,293
Atmospheric effects, exaggerated by a tiny lens on a mobile phone camera. Pretty obvious really, but then most people who believe UFOs are really mysterious are not too bright.
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Male 4,891

It`s not Mercury or Venus. If either where in between earth and the sun, it would be black not bright. If it were on the other side of the sun, either would be on the opposite side of the solar system.

If it were lens flare, the spot would move when he moves the camera.

I can barely see it with my crappy monitor and his crappy camera. Probably just a cloud or balloon or nothing at all.
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Male 339
No, unfortunately I cannot debunk why these two fat guys are outside the doughnut shop instead of inside. Something weird must be going on.
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Male 11
It could be caused by, I don`t know, pointing your camera at the FRACKING SUN!!!!!!
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Male 6,227
I believe it`s a sun dog, which is an image made beside the Sun by ice crystals in high cirrus clouds, such as those seen in this video. Generally sun dogs are seen as arcs that are about 20 degrees on either side of the Sun. Sometimes they`re attended by small orbs right next to the Sun as in this video and as in this image.
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Male 2,711
[quote]could it be a satellite reflecting the sunlight?[/quote]
That was my thought, too, or more likely a high-altitude weather balloon. When it "disappeared" it was just passing in front of the sun.
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Male 4,239
Mercury, Venus, but most likly a lens glare
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Male 2,528
What`s to debunk? There`s nothing there.
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Male 12
could it be a satellite reflecting the sunlight?
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Female 20
Link: UFO Sighting: This One`s Kinda Hard [Rate Link] - Can anyone debunk this?
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