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Friday, 9 August 2013

My UFO observations and analysis.

I observe and photograph / film since August 2008 through my telescope. It is like my second job. Most I've dedicated the time for lunar observations, as you see in this blog. Therefore I'm also looking if there are unusual unidentified objects or phenomena.

We've had cases where:

- I immediately saw the strange phenomena.

- I noticed watching home videos made ​​by telescope frame by frame, because I process all clips and nilly I see some phenomena.

Of these, the most often were birds passing with speed in front of the Moon.

Those in which it is obvious that there are birds, I exclude them, but the ones I can not define what it is, I study them more in editing programs for slow motion, contrast, image stabilization, etc..

Many sites U.F.O.'s can actually be:

-artificial satellite
-ISS (International Space Station)
-hot-air lanterns
-globular lightning (rarely, but I have seen it one time)

I have never seen U.F.O.'s like mechanical objects (by eye), only bright objects. I like to parallel what we have seen with beans of light, no tail and without light radiation as something like a meteor burning in the atmosphere.

One case was when I had the video camera mounted on the telescope and filming, but my eyes was not on display but on the Moon, when it appeared that light as a light bean crossing over the Moon disc horizontally. I was amazed that it did not seem to be any natural phenomena I've seen.

In a few seconds, another one appeared on the left side of the Moon, heading in the same direction, and disappeared.

What really amazed me was the constant speed, because it didn't have a very high speed like a meteor. Meteors are very fast and very bright when scrub with Earth's atmosphere, burning. These, however, have none of the characteristics of a meteor.

I thought I caught it on video and I was very excited that at home I'll see the object when I run the movie, but nothing. I realized that I was filming the northern part of the lunar disk, not south, where the subject has passed, but the telescope is projecting the image upside down, and I lived with the feeling that I shot the south of the Moon.

How can we realize that what we see is an U.F.O. or not.

We can tell pretty easily if what we see (with the naked eye or a telescope) is an U.F.O. or not:

-an unidentified flying object does not have a tail behind. That is a "shooting star" or meteor.
-not radiating glow or blink to burn, do not let a smoke back or disintegrate in Earth's atmosphere. It may be a meteorite.
- it does not usually have a fixed direction, but some maneuvers. So if you see a "walking star" across the sky from one end to another with a single route, it may be a satellite or the ISS (International Space Station).
-an U.F.O.. is an object / light that can have light of it's own, without always reflecting the sunlight as satellites do. Points or bright spheres are the most interesting because they are illuminated by the Sun or have a light of their own. A bird can not be illuminated by the sun at night. It must fly at great height. But it is possible that black points are UFOs. To these I consider that it takes a lot of video / photo material to see if perhaps shows wings of a bird at a time. Any evidence may be helpful.

An example of developing a black object can give here.

On 14 August 2011, in front of the Moon but in our atmospherehas passed a black object at high speed, which can not be a bird because it shows no wings.

An example of developing a black spot can give here.

On July 16, 2011I filmed the Moon craters through the telescope. In front of Langrenus crater, the camera suddenly focused an object which appears to have a zigzag motion, but that is because our atmosphere which distorts the image. It is clear that for a moment, the camera focus and turned it's attention to something that was there.

An example of developing a luminous object I can give here.

A. During the eclipse of 25 April 2013, I saw this light on the Moon.

B. While filming the planet Jupiter with its moons on August 29, 2012 (light at the bottom of the image).

In conclusion, I believe that we are not alone. We would be naive to think that all the hundreds of billions of galaxies in the Universe are dead worlds, and only ours to be lucky to have a planet with life.

It is estimated that there are 17 billion planets the size of our planet at optimum distance from their star in our galaxy alone, but do not know yet those that are habitant. If you multiply this number of planets by how many galaxies are in the Universe, you can tell how many chances are for life to exist elsewhere.


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