I'm interested in the footage that that the new EUMETSAT Satellite produced as it floats over the earth recording lightning strikes.
All this is just a thought but I'm wondering if this satellite is, or can, also be capturing UFOs - I don't know.
At around 11 seconds (over Sahel Africa) a blinking light (cluster of white lights) shoots out across the lightning cluster and flies to the left of screen.
Go full screen on the video - slow down the video in the speed control - notice the color difference and shape difference - look the through the rest of the footage to try and find similar.
The article with footage is here:
Weather satellite captures lightning spectacle across Earth
from the article:
"Our imager is more sophisticated in terms of resolution and performance, so there's a lot of excitement about how its imagery can be used."
Their detectors continuously look for the light pulses produced by cloud-to-ground, cloud-to-cloud and intra-cloud lightning flashes.
They can do this day or night, and will catch even a single lightning bolt.
"The minimum duration of a lightning [detection] is 0.6 milliseconds; that means 1,000 times faster than the blink of an eye," said Guia Pastorini from Leonardo, the Italian aerospace company that designed and built the instrument.