Space X Rocket – Photos of Two Fast moving objects post and prior to detonation

Editor’s Note ( Ralph Turchiano) The are two anomalies:

First one appears in frame at 1:09, the second at 1:11

The First anomaly is very fast and will not appear in all frames, as it was also not picked up by most of the press.

I do not have the video enhancement tools to clear the distortion, but as you view the following video the photos will begin to make sense.

Start at 1:08-1:12

Knowing the distance between the towers, speed can easily be calculated as the two objects travel in mostly linear paths. I would be interested if anyone can calculate those figures based upon tower distance for point a to b calculations.

First target Anomaly A, (1:09) should be easiest to calculate as it travels behind the towers (probable or it can be camera, distortion, yet in front of the rocket. Further photos are posted below, that may confirm this.

 

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Is Anomaly A a Bug?  (Again this is enhanced with very basic editing equipment)

Anomaly A Behind Tower C

Anomaly A Behind Tower C

Anomaly A Behind Tower B

Anomaly A Behind Tower B

Anomaly A behind tower C

Anomaly A behind tower C

Anomaly A High-Speed Transit Past Target

Anomaly A High-Speed Transit Past Target

Anomaly B Magnified - No other Enhancements

Anomaly B Magnified – No other Enhancements

Anomaly B on Approach Towards Target - Post Detonation

Anomaly B on Approach Towards Target – Post-Detonation

Anomaly B- Hue enhanced - Post-detonation - Reflective Properties

Anomaly B- Hue enhanced – Post-detonation – Reflective Properties

Anomaly B - No enhancements post detonation  - Reflective Properties

Anomaly B – No enhancements post-detonation – Reflective Properties

Anomaly B - on approach post-detonation

Anomaly B – on approach post-detonation

Anomaly A - on High Speed Approach pre-detonation ( Low flying center between Tower A and B)

Anomaly A – on High-Speed Approach pre-detonation ( Low flying center between Tower A and B)

Anomaly B - on High-Speed Approach post -detonation ( Black and White)

Anomaly B – on High-Speed Approach post -detonation ( Black and White)

Anomaly A - High Speed approach prior to Steep Altitude drop toward Target

Anomaly A – High Speed approach prior to Steep Altitude drop toward Target

Anomaly A - Contact - Possible target interception - Pre-Detonation

Anomaly A – Contact – Possible target interception – Pre-Detonation

Anomaly B- On Approach Black and White

Anomaly B- On Approach Black and White

Space Between the Anomaly A and B is 1+ seconds 1:09-1:10-1:11

Space Between the Anomaly A and B is 1+ seconds 1:09-1:10-1:11

Anomaly B- No Enhacements

Anomaly B- No Enhancements

Anomaly A - Pre-Detonation Passed Target BW

Anomaly A – Pre-Detonation Passed Target BW

Anomaly B - Post Detonation Reflective Properties

Anomaly B – Post-Detonation Reflective Properties

Anomaly A- Vanished from Video Frame Prior to Possible contact (Very High Speed)

Anomaly A- Vanished from Video Frame Prior to Possible contact ( (Very High Speed)

Anomaly A- No Enhancements on approach towards target

Anomaly A- No Enhancements on approach towards target

Anomaly B- No Enhancements on approach towards target

Anomaly B- No Enhancements on approach towards target