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Hovering Rod And Other Phenomena
Captured in Night Sky Over Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK

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Cropped enlargement of rod-like hovering object
Above: Cropped enlargement showing detail of rod-like, hovering unidentified object

Witness notes:

I have been going through my uploaded photos of Sirius (amazing star) in Canis Major constellation and spotted a rod-shaped object high up in the sky, as far as I can make out, in the vicinity of Auriga constellation.

I am attaching the first of two shots. This rod persisted into the early hours after 12.00 midnight 7/8 January and is seen in several other photos taken. I don't recall seeing it at the time. I was taking the photos to show Orion constellation in relation to Sirius which I'd been making short videos of that night.

Original image
Above: Original image - please click to enlarge

Sirius is bottom left of my photo and this rod is near the top right.

I also have different view of the night sky on some of my images, possibly nearer to the object because I can't see its relation to Orion (please see crop below). If it is the same rod and not another strange object, it appears have gone flaccid and in the grasp of a larger bright object, detail of which I am attaching.

Another view from same night of skywatching
Above: Cropped image of a strange form captured in another view taken of the sky that night

Star map of that night
Above: Star map for that night

As I was filming Sirius, it seemed at one point that the star went for me and caused a lot of vibration sensations going through my camera and up my arms. To stop this, I retracted the zoom, so as to get out of the face of Sirius. Only happened the once!

The star has a habit of appearing to come forward and fill the whole photo area. While it is doing this, it becomes less visible until it vanishes. Might be an optical glitch caused by the camera. Stephen Gamble. End.