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Old 04-17-2009, 11:24 AM   #1
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Default Filer's Files #16 - 2009-Interplanetary craft.


"Of course the flying saucers are real and they are Interplanetary!"

Air Chief Marshal Lord Dowding, Commander of the Royal Air Force of Great Britain, August 1954.

New Digital Cameras Capturing Images of UFOs

If you wish to capture images of UFOs we suggest you monitor the sky with the new photographic equipment that has additional wavelength capabilities that include Infrared and/or Ultra-Violet Sensitivity. Shooting infrared has the power to transform mundane subject matter into unforgettable images. Everyday scenes that you might walk by and never think of photographing take on a more dramatic look when seen in infrared. Many people are taking images of UFOs that are apparently picked up by the infrared wavelength capabilities of many cameras.

Light with wavelengths from approximately 700 and 900nm (nanometers) is called infrared light. Interestingly, this band of infrared light is a thousand times wider than that of visible light, but is invisible to our eyes. Back in the bad old days of IR film, you needed to use special film stock and load and unload your camera in total darkness to reduce the damage of infrared fogging. Digital IR images can be made in the new digital cameras and you'll immediately see the results on the LCD screen. If you decide to buy a new digital camera, give it the "remote control" test by pointing a TV remote control at the lens, pressing the on/off switch or changing channels and seeing the image on the LCD panel of your camera. If you see a point of light, you're ready to make IR digital images and likely capture a UFO. Some filters can also help your camera take better Infrared. If your digital camera passes the TV remote control test and has a Black and White mode, you¡¯ll be able see the infrared effect and possible UFOs right before your eyes. Squinting seems to help picking up UFOs visually. The following link is a resource for you regarding Invisible Light Photography. http://www.shutterbug.com/techniques.../1106infrared/

We're Being Challenged

General C. Robert "Bob" Kehler explained recently, "We're being challenged from lots of different directions. We're going to be challenged in the air, we're going to be challenged in space, and we¡¯re going to be challenged in cyberspace." Space is a contested domain."

"The Air Force and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) the agency responsible for the development of new technology are working together on some advanced technology that we've been asked to look at. Congress within the last year has established a defense-wide account to make that a joint activity among the services. One of the features of that is work on hypersonics. We would expect to fly a hypersonic test vehicle of some kind or another about the next year or so. But that's a demonstration. And like any other technical demonstration, the question will be what do we learn from that demonstration, how quickly do we learn it, and where do we find ourselves benchmarked in terms of actual flight activity, and what that would mean for the future. I believe we're not to the point where we can say we will demonstrate that and then it will become operational. I don't know what will happen after the demonstration. DARPA tells us they are very very confident in the demonstration."

Boeing [NYSE: BA] has secured a key role in a $54 million hypersonics research program called HIFiRE (Hypersonic International Flight Research Experimentation) jointly established by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and Australia¡¯s Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO). Under a recently-signed agreement, Boeing will work with the DSTO and the University of Queensland on three critical flight tests and will contribute to the design of a free-flying WaveRider-type hypersonic vehicle that will be used in two of those flight tests.

"We¡¯re very pleased to have this opportunity to continue our successful research in hypersonic flight," said Bob Krieger, Boeing chief technology officer and president of Phantom Works. "Boeing has been at the forefront of hypersonics research with successful programs like the X-43A Hyper-X vehicle, and this collaboration will provide new knowledge about hypersonic flight that could open new frontiers in aerospace. Plans for the HIFiRE program call for ten total flight tests over five years at Woomera in South Australia. Sequentially, they will be of a WaveRider-type vehicle as an unpowered glider; a scramjet engine alone; and the WaveRider-type vehicle powered by the same scramjet engine.

Each of the parties is making contributions to build advanced scramjet prototypes and undertake prolonged flight tests at speeds of more than Mach 8, or 5,450 miles per hour. The University of Queensland Centre for Hypersonics was the first in the world to successfully achieve verified supersonic combustion of a scramjet in flight, launching its Supersonic Combustion Ramjet (Scramjet) in 2002 under the HyShot Flight Program.

The Boeing/ATK X-43A Hyper-X vehicle, powered by a scramjet engine, recorded the fastest speeds ever achieved in flight by an air-breathing vehicle (Mach 6.83 or about 4,600 miles per hour and Mach 9.68 or about 6,600 miles per hour) in two successful flight tests in 2004. Boeing participation comes from Phantom Works in Engineering, Operations & Technology and from Advanced Systems in Integrated Defense Systems.

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Old 04-17-2009, 11:45 AM   #2
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Default Re: Filer's Files #16 - 2009-Interplanetary craft.

Thanks for that post and the shutterbug link. I don't think I'll dismantle my camera but definitely going to look for one that I can "put to the knife" !!!
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