It is possible to construct the following panorama from the video:
Now we can conclude that the operator is on location:
We see that the operator was near the Russian border:
In the beginning of the video the operator is looking at the missile, it's on his left:
Then the missile disappears from sight, so the operator begins to look for it to the north, and at the timecode 0:30 he finds the contrail:
The missile is moving almost straight in the direction of the filming (away from the operator).
Cloud cover confirms that it was indeed the incident with Ukrainian An-26 of July 14 that was captured on the video: the cloud arrangement is consistent with the arrangement captured on another video dated July 14 (although under a slightly different angle):
Noteworthy is the fact that the video captured the moment of missile's target kill (0:39):
Evidently, the filming started 39 seconds before the hit, from which it follows that the launching point has to be quite close to the operator for him to be able to capture the event. The only thing not filmed is the missile launch.
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The information provided (launching point near the operator, missile flight to the left of the operator, missile moving away from the operator) doesn't contradict the launching point that has been determined earlier:
This is where the Buk was captured on the Google Earth satellite image dated Aug. 8 (the point is marked with the red car on the map):
The direction of tracks leading to bushes after the Buk is marked with yellow arrows. If you look closely, you can see another car (marked with a red circle at the bottom) on the map in the bushes; the red circle at the top means another car.
There is another satellite image dated Aug. 31:
We can see that there are no cars on the previous positions any longer; they were probably relocated to another position (possibly - to the one marked by a red circle).
This particular An-26 is the first Ukrainian plane that was shot down by SAM Buk and it happened exactly three days before flight MH17 was shot down with a Russian Buk, but this time from Ukrainian territory, reports the medium.
Previously, Censor.NET's source said that on July 14 the plane An-26 was shot down at the altitude of 6,200 meters by a missile launched from Russian territory.