I'm currently reading a Huffington Post article by Ed Mazza ("A Glint of Light and a Hint of Life: Mars Is Getting Very Interesting Right Now," June 24, 2019) and I came to a paragraph.
The paragraph says:
It doesn’t appear on any of the images snapped before or after, taken about 13 seconds apart, so if it was an object of some kind it moved quickly. More likely, however, it was nothing too out of the ordinary.
I'm unable to grasp the meaning of the bold part. What could this line mean? Could that mean "it was nothing, which like other stuff out of the ordinary?" I don't get the meaning. Could someone please explain to me what this line means within the above context?