Don't know if this vindicates Thomas's call on where she'll come ashore, but I made my own anim I could follow of the last Visible Satellite Floater that's on the first page of this thread, because the one linked too jumps back and forth between different views and I couldn't tell what was happening. The one I made is below. I just lined up the coastal outline for each shot, so the cropping of the outer bands is different, but at least the eye can be followed. I put some crossing lines demarking outer edges of the eye from first frame to last frame, and it seems to me that in the last three or four frames, she takes a northward lean. YMMV.
Edited by WhitherWeather (Sun Aug 28 2005 08:51 PM)
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