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Something moving on the moon

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Satellite passing in front of the Moon

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Probably a satellite or space debris....

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Whatever it was, there's one certainty, it was passing the Moon, not on the Moon.      🙂

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Wait until you see two objects together moving in unison.
You'll swear there is intelligent life on Earth. :wink2:

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Sometimes it pays to look at things from a different perspective!

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4 hours ago, Rusted said:

Wait until you see two objects together moving in unison.
You'll swear there is intelligent life on Earth. :wink2:

No TV so no "Come Dancing".        🙂 

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9 hours ago, Peter Drew said:

No TV so no "Come Dancing".        🙂 

That sounds like heaven to me, on both counts! ☺

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Difficult to see. Most likely a satellite, a bird or a bat. Nice catch!

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Ouch, I've watched it about ten times and not seen anything move! When/where is it???

Olly

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28 minutes ago, ollypenrice said:

Ouch, I've watched it about ten times and not seen anything move! When/where is it???

Olly

I cannot see anything moving either except the shaking of the whole image. So where and when should we look?

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50 minutes ago, ollypenrice said:

Ouch, I've watched it about ten times and not seen anything move! When/where is it???

Olly

 

20 minutes ago, gorann said:

I cannot see anything moving either except the shaking of the whole image. So where and when should we look?

 

Here....  just caught the end of it.... 

 

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20 minutes ago, gorann said:

I cannot see anything moving either except the shaking of the whole image. So where and when should we look?

 

50 minutes ago, ollypenrice said:

Ouch, I've watched it about ten times and not seen anything move! When/where is it???

Olly

Haha, it’s the black tiny dot moving in the middle in every video.

 

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Anything actually moving on the Moon that could be videod with amateur equipment would have to be about the size of London and travelling at 1000's of MPH.    🙂 

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1 hour ago, Peter Drew said:

Anything actually moving on the Moon that could be videod with amateur equipment would have to be about the size of London and travelling at 1000's of MPH.    🙂 

And, as we know, the traffic speed in central London averages only 5.13 mph.

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It could be the Chinese communications satellite that orbits the moon to talk to the dark side🤭

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4 hours ago, Laurin Dave said:

 

 

Here....  just caught the end of it.... 

 

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I see it now!

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External to the telescope a midge would be so far out of focus that it wouldn't register.
 

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On 10/10/2020 at 10:29, Peter Drew said:

Anything actually moving on the Moon that could be videod with amateur equipment would have to be about the size of London and travelling at 1000's of MPH.    🙂 

Moon Base Alpha has morphed into a Mortal Engine?

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