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Infra Red Light Spectrum Visibility

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posted on Jul, 27 2008 @ 03:25 PM

Originally posted by MrChipps
...however there was a floating sphere in the sky captured by the infra red camera.

You mean the sun?

posted on Jul, 27 2008 @ 03:52 PM
reply to post by harrytuttle

Right here:

You can see at 3:30 what the OP was talking about. And no, it wasn't the Sun.

posted on Jul, 27 2008 @ 04:24 PM
reply to post by realanswers

If this was 1982, I'd probably be able to give that video some credibility. But this is 2008, simple special effects like that are easy to create with off-the-shelf software.

In instances like this, saying the person who supplied the video footage was simply some anonymous person from Mexico doesn't exactly give the video footage any credibility.

posted on Jul, 27 2008 @ 04:43 PM

Originally posted by TrappedSoul

Originally posted by NightBlade40
Well ordinary objects can't really "hide" in a different light spectrum...

They can!

Absolutely, even a scientist witch is a non-believer in UFOs would agree to the possibility of objects beeing inivible to the naked eye if the source of the object only gave lightwaves of the infrared spectrum.

And if we also consider the fact that someone even believe that there are UFO's out there witch are made out of pure energy, it would be totaly possible for that UFO to remain invisible from us if the energy only gave out lightwaves that were either in the infrared spectrum or at a very low rate.

posted on Jul, 27 2008 @ 04:52 PM
reply to post by MrChipps

Thermal imagining equipment is VERY pricey. As sucessive NV generations are made, the older ones are getting pretty cheap, but not so for TI, YET. Interesting, what you were pondering about light bending around the craft. So why would TI pick them up? Perhaps the friction upon air molecules as it moves through the atmosphere? That is, no direct infrared coming from the craft, but a peripheral effect from the air molecules? Just talking here, obviously I don't know either. What I DO know is, like you, I'd LOVE to be able to afford some decent TI equipment. Or some old, nasty, used equipment.

posted on Jul, 27 2008 @ 07:51 PM
Those who wants to can also try out this by using their everyday digital camcorder or whatever, and set it to Nightvision and see if they can catch something on tape with that.

At least thats one of the cheapest ways to do it if you'd like to try your luck with this without buying some new regular or advanced IR technological cameras or googles.

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