>> I don't know how fast those ejecter seats are or how fast a jet
> is traveling on its landing approach, but while it was a mess,
> there was a lot left.
If we found out exactly or even close....how fast the jet was flying it will be a big difference. Approach speeds are much different than cruising speed.
> And it doesn't matter in one sense how fast the object was or
> how slow the camera was, in a frozen shot there should still be
> something visible.
The thing is, we don't have a frozen shot of the whole "object". Maybe the govt will release the other tapes that they might have confiscated. I'd like to know who from, and have the possibility of a whole frozen frame. And the speed does matter. Just like a SLR camera.
> Or, something not visible that was visible before, take note of
> the outlines of those thingabobs right in front of the wall.
> Which leaves your assessment not satisfying to me.
Can't help ya there. But still looking.