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FOIA: Report of meteor over Los Alamos, incident #384, Project 10073

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posted on Nov, 17 2007 @ 01:02 PM
Report of meteor observation over Los Alamos. Project 10073, Incident 384
Object was round, turning green to orange red before vanishing. Object went through 90 degrees of arc and disappeared as though extinguished.

Document date: 1949-06-20
Department: Unknown
Author: Unknown
Document type: Incident report
pages: 9


Archivist's Notes: Includes Project 10073 file card and multiple copies of the incident report labeled #384 and #384A. Observer name obscured: ???smeyer, a security inspector at Los Alamos

posted on Nov, 17 2007 @ 01:56 PM
This document is another report of the Green Fireballs sightings in the area of New Mexico in the late Forties. Green fireballs were being seen in New Mexico and many suggested they could have been Russian spy satellites or they could be of extraterrestrial origin. Dr. Lincoln LaPaz studied the phenomenon and many of these cases were well recorded in Project Grudge.

Related FIOA Documents:
FOIA: Green fireball over TX, NM, AZ causes investigation for impact point

Related ATS Discussions:
The Green Fireball Mystery of New Mexico

Related Links:
TinWiki article: Green Fireballs
Wikipedia article: Dr. Lincoln LaPaz

posted on Nov, 21 2007 @ 05:11 AM
not much to add other than a small contradiction in the reports. the witnesses saw the objects for 1.5 and 3 seconds - both said it wasn't travelling very fast. first page states it made a 90 degree arc yet question 20 of both questionnaires state it made no such manoeuvre. anyway, how could a 90 degree manoeuvre be noticed in such a short space of time if the object wasn't travelling fast?


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