posted on Nov, 18 2007 @ 07:34 PM
This is an early unidentified flying object reporting system developed by the Canadian Department of Transport.
- Information of guidance in reporting on unknown flying objects.
Describes the information that should be collected and the parameters or values that are to be used. It stresses gathering accurate and specific
- Description of normal phenomena which might cause reports of unidentified aerial objects.
Descriptions and methods of identifying are given for various objects and atmospheric conditions.
Sighting Report Form
A form is provided for gathering the sighting related data. This form is four, double spaced typewritten pages.
- Weighting factors for analysis of sighting reports.
Describes a system of weighting observation data for analysis. Values for use with the numbered field entries on the report form are given.
- Saucer sighting analysis charts
Nine tree type charts are given for use in identifying the various characteristics of the craft and sighting.
- Summary of sightings reported to and analyzed by Department of Transport during 1952.
Summary of actual sighting data collected using the reporting and observation material. These sightings occurred in Canada. Little analysis is
This report material is referenced in the Project Magnet document
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