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the object only "apparently" changes its path: we can see the change of path if we do not consider that the focus was on the Moon. But, since the Moon was/is NOT still, and the focus was on the Moon, the apparent result is similar to the one of an object which changes path. The object NEVER changed its path: just a few times changed its speed. We debated it some time ago: at the discussion partecipated even the French scientist who discovered one of the newest moons of Saturn: after the discussion and the scientific analysis of the technical data, we assested that it was most likely a balloon which diameter was between 11 and 15 inches, at an altitude of approx 4 miles.
You probably downloaded the excel file in which the data about the subtraction of the movement of the moon is missing.
Date: Lunedì, 25 giugno 2007 15:34
June 25, 2007 Note:
Note: even if the name of this ZIP file has not been changed
I recently added the main AVI file (that was on a different server).
Now all the available files and data are stored into this single ZIP file
- UFO-Doublesize- Aligned.avi
A short sequence (300 frames) doublesized, aligned and croopped.
070429-Unidentified-Object / Doublesize-Aligned
- UFO-DoubleSize- StackComparison. jpg
The stacking of the above mentioned movie with some gamma and sharpness variations.
- 070429-Unidentified Lunar Spot.xls
Excel file with all the data about the observation.The file is locked (except for the yellow cell) to avoid unwanted deletions.Type
the password "password" to unlock it.
Note: the links below don't work anymore, but if someone is really interested i can ask to Alberto a new copy of the .XLS file
Anyway, please refer to this link
every now and then it works
- 070430-ReportSonda- Milano.png
- 070430-ReportSonda- Udine.png
Meteo data recorded the same night from the meteo balloons of Milano Linate and Udine.
- ASTRA sample Tracks.jpg
Image shoot by Mr. Stefano Sposetti representing the path of the ASTRA's bunch geosynchronous satellites
- 070429-h2252- GeoSync orbit tracks.png
Click HERE ( no hotlink because of the width of the pic)
The Moon position at the moment of the event (Starry Night Pro)