Near Surface Red Colored Light Anomaly Total Lunar Eclipse

During the lunar eclipse SplendidDragon1 has filmed a strange near-surface red colored light anomaly that first appears at 8:30 and then is either replicated or moved to the 9:00 position.


SplendidDragon1: First three items are still photos of the blood moon followed by an eclipse taken from Germany between 10:30 p.m. and midnight.

This is followed by short video clips showing some eclipse progression.

The last few clips focus on a (red-colored) near-surface anomaly that first appears at 8:30 and then is either replicated or moved to the 9:00 position.

A bit uncharacteristic of a UFO (but then what isn't), but baffling.

 

Comments

  1. what was the actual timestamp of the event?

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  2. So presumably as millions of people watched this event, and photographed it with some of the best telescopic cameras in the world, lots of people must also have seen and photographed it?

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