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Analysis of A Photograph of A High Speed Ball of Light

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  • Frits Westra
    NARCAP Technical Report - 7 Analysis of A Photograph of A High Speed Ball of Light Richard F. Haines Copyright 2003 http://www.narcap.org/REPORTS/TR7.htm
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      NARCAP Technical Report - 7

      Analysis of A Photograph of A High Speed Ball of Light
      Richard F. Haines
      Copyright 2003

      http://www.narcap.org/REPORTS/TR7.htm

      Abstract

      This pilot sighting report and color photograph of an unidentified aerial
      phenomena (UAP) called for a number of different forensic methods
      including photo-analysis, aircraft window study, camera-lens-film
      analyses, and evaluation of reporter credibility. The single frame, Kodak
      color, copy negative was submitted for examination by one of the several
      eye-witnesses. This paper describes the results of these analyses. It is
      concluded that: (1) whatever the UAP was it was probably in sub-sonic
      flight. If the UAP was travelling at subsonic speed the estimated total
      sighting duration and/or its estimated distance from the witness are
      clearly in error by a factor of two or more, (2) no evidence of a hoax or
      double exposure was found nor were any bolides, meteorites, or other
      unidentified aerial phenomena reported for that time and place, (3) the
      luminance of the main body of the object and immediately adjacent tail
      area were so high they fully saturated (exposed) the relatively “slow”
      film. This may explain why the photograph does not correspond closely to
      what was seen, (4) the film’s optical density, as measured along the
      length of the white tail behind the UAP, changed in a peculiar fashion and
      is not characteristic of reflected sunlight off water droplet vapor, and
      (5) interesting micro-details were discovered that suggest the possibility
      of some type of energy emissions extending from the UAP but not
      necessarily in the direction of its flight. The nature of the UAP and
      constitution of its atmospheric trail remains unknown at this time.

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