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A motion-activated security camera was triggered by rain falling during a recent storm. 

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About 10 seconds into the video, there is a silent horizontal beam of light that is flying in/out of the clouds at a steady speed and constant altitude that appears in the sky over Arizona. 

When the object is about to leave the frame, there appears to be water/cloud vapor dripping/rolling off the edge of it. 

Next, a tic tac shaped object flying over Illinois and fast moving, tumbling object, flying through the clouds over Texas.

 

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