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National UFO Reporting Center Sighting Report
Occurred : 6/1/2017 18:00 (Entered as : 06/01/201 18:00)
Reported: 6/15/2017 10:41:56 PM 22:41
Posted: 6/22/2017
Location: Lakeway, TX
Shape: Sphere
Duration: 10 seconds
Characteristics: There were aircraft in the vicinity or aircraft chasing the object
UFO video accidently taken over Lake Travis, Lakeway TX.

At 6 to 7 seconds in in 3rd pan camera movement, upper left just above the sun you will see a potential metallic object reflecting off the sun, pass in front of the Sun's brightness, its reflection then is overcome by the sun's brightness until the object reappears below to the lower left and then takes a 30 to 35 jog to the right. Space rocks and satellites do not maneuver like that, it's against the laws of physics, their trajectories are set in motion and can't deviate! The military does navigate their satellites, they can change direction, never in the way you see in the video. Could be coincidence but the altitude of the aircraft to the upper right means that it is military. Notice that you can see contrail but not reflection off its airframe, because it's so small compared to the UFO. I have 15 years professional experience as a videographer/ photographer. 10 years of which, was with Cox communications. I know what artifact is. You will see a lens fl! are which is obvious and normal in a lens as one pans up into the Sun. A lens flair follows the direction of your pan movement. The UFO comes down from above in opposite direction of the lens movement and lens flare up. Also the speed of the object down, is faster than the lens flare up. Keep your curser on pause button to click, to stop and review. I have additional pan movements, in same take, with lens flare moving with the pan up, but no object coming down in frame like this. Also object continues it's variable trajectory down, after pan and lens movement stops.

((NUFORC Note: We suspect that the anomalous object is an insect in flight. PD))