A Florida resident recorded some time lapse footage of the sky with their GoPro camera. When they went to edit the footage later, that's when they spotted two fast-moving cigar-shaped objects fly by, and according to the witness, these were not meteors.
What do you think? As always, you be the judge:
On the evening of Tuesday, January 10, 2017, at around 18:47:00 CST I was recording time lapse (night lapse) footage on my GoPro HERO5 Black camera of the moon and the surrounding cloud cover looking towards NE Pensacola Florida I was using a short exposure and capturing at 3 fps. The event happened in less than one minute. While editing the footage I noticed two long cylindrical objects close to the center of the screen, one and then the other as if one was chasing the other. At first, I thought these to be meteors, but based on the reflection and shadows it appears that the objects enter the frame and exit in a distinct arch. when I zoom in on the second object and frame that shows the object permanently I see a clearly defined cylindrical object. I then realized that I may have captured something incredible and unidentified. I lost sight of the objects when they exited the frame after having momentarily entered the frame.