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'In summary, our analyses have suggested that an unidentified, opaque, aerial object was captured on film at a maximum distance of 10,000 feet. There are no visible means of lift or propulsion and no surface markings other than dark regions that appear to be nonrandom ... There is no indication that the image is the product of a double exposure or a deliberate fabrication" [Haines, and Vallee, 1989]. A high resolution camera was mounted on the plane pointing downwards and programmed to take photographs of the terrain below every 17 seconds. It shows in extraordinary detail all features of the landscape (water, shoreline, trees, etc.) and you'll notice how it was determined that the object (about 600+ ft. or 200 meters in diameter was coming into the water from right to left at an angle of aprox. 30° in relation to the surface of the water. The area covered is approximately 7 miles across.
Originally posted by RFBurns
Hmm...tiny photograph. Obviously attempting to enlarge that will only result in a highly pixilated mess beings the source is a .gif file.
The actual, hi-res photo should be published by that site or the photographer....unless there is something to hide other than a UFO hiding in a lake.
Originally posted by Decoy
It's the real unknown deal. An accidental topogrphical pic within a series of pics while mapping.