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Site Administrator's Photos: Santa Cruz, CA, 11/04/2007 10:13am
Here are the best of about 10 photos I took with my Nikon D-70 Digital SLR from my backyard.
After several exposures in auto-mode (which focused on the clouds only),
I switched the camera to manual focus and could see the objects more clearly.
(three below photos)
This is the leading-edge of a storm front that was coming.
As I watched the clouds getting nearer, I noticed a bunch of white spheres
flittering about, in and out of the leading edge of the clouds. I ran into the house and grabbed
my camera which is equipped with a 70-300mm telephoto lens and captured these images:
The spheres were at different altitudes and traveling at different speeds, making impossible maneuvers
for any conventional aircraft to accomplish. They were lining-up in front of the cloud's edge before getting
a "running start" when entering the clouds, gaining speed very fast in a short distance.
Sometimes one at a time, sometimes several at once, like they were competing.
Then emerge slowly through the top of the clouds and back over the front edge.
And then go through the process again.
I observed this for about 5 minutes and then they entered the clouds and didn't emerge.
Altitude was much to high for our seagulls and I can distinguish birds from animate objects.
These were definitely round and didn't have wings.
Judging from the altitude, I would guess their size to be between 2-3 meters in diameter.
LIDAR graph showing cloud-ceiling height in kilometers on 11/04/2007,
Santa Cruz, CA when I took these photos at 10:13-15am.
At 10am, ceiling was about 1 kilometer.
This is an interesting find in 1984.
(Submitted by webmaster)
Story: Huntsville Sphere
(41Kbs) pdf 3 pages
The below photos were taken on 02/19/2007.
Submitted by site Administrator.
The first one at 7:00:39pm (3 second time exposure).
The second one right after that at 7:00:47, with another 3 second exposure.
Taken with Nikon D-70 Digital SLR. Focal length: 95mm.
Camera on tripod and used a wireless remote to take exposure.
Details below the photos.
These two are full res with contrast and bright adjustments only.
The green crescent at the bottom is internal lens reflection from the Moon.
There's another smaller reflection near the Moon at the five o'clock position.
I didn't notice this at the time I took the photos.
Since these are three second exposures, this could be an airliner at a great distance.
At least fifty miles out. (SFO is about this distance from me and in the correct direction).
The flight would be heading to Hawaii.
I've seen other time exposures of closer planes and they do leave a
trail because of the strobes on them. And there seems to be a consistent bright area,
equally spaced as if a strobe flashed.
But I have a problem with this. There are five bright areas in the first close-up.
That would mean the strobe flashed five times in three seconds. All airliner strobes flash once every second.
Some, once every two seconds. Red strobes are on the tail or stabilizer and under the fuselage.
This object is moving from right to left. So why can't we see one of the wing-tip strobes?
We should be able to see a blue or blue-green strobe on the left wing.
Also, the wing strobes flash at different intervals from the tail strobe.
Taken on August 2, 2008. Camera: Fuji FinePix A510. Focal Length: 6.4mm
Submitted by Dirk Kipper (Germany)
Note: Dirk mistakenly put 2009 on the photo.
Dirk Kipper http://www.dirkkipper.de/
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