posted on Nov, 29 2007 @ 08:27 PM
Thanks Hal9000 – just an observation - you mentioned PDF page 4
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Originally posted by Hal9000
Also stated is that the two bhangmeters were recently calibrated and found to be in good working condition.
Quote PDF page 16:
In order to produce a reasonable theoretical model for Alert 747, it was necessary to carry out an extensive series of one-dimensional
radiation-hyrodynamic calculations using the program RADFLO
With this in mind I would like move the focus from the vela satellite back to the ground and have a look at the Network stations that evaluate the
Vela information. A very interesting read is the
A vintage 1979 version of RADFLO was used for the Vela Alert-747 computations and later described in a RADFLO User’s Manual (Horak 1980; Jones
etal. 1987; Horak and Kodis 1983). A more modern version of RADFLO is embodied within the code HYCHEM, which includes the nonequilibrium
With this I just like to link this report: FOIA: Vela Network Evaluation and Automatic
Processing Research – seismology
- this report was taken in consideration with the Vela 747 investigation.
In the above link on PDF page 17 we find that this project was in it’s “early years” and clearly pointed out that the stations on the
ground had encounterd lots of problems i.e system malfunction
With looking deeper into the wonderful world of the Vela Incident:
I really wonder which part of the vela network system was faulty – the vela satellite or the stations on the ground (computer glitch), or both ?
[edit on 29-11-2007 by frozen_snowman]