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1952 US Capitol UFO Flyby Film Analysis

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Published on Dec 10, 2015

1952 US Capitol UFO Flyby Film Analysis: The US Capitol July 16, 1952 UFO Color motion picture film analysis was performed on 360 frames of hand held motion picture imagery.

The footage (in color) shows from another vantage point, motion picture of the UFO flyby in 1952. To do my analysis, video stabilization had to be applied to each frame incrementally. I matched the motion picture to know still imagery of the event. They all matched except for one significant detail which is relative to the positioning in which the images were taken.

However; those images are monochromatic not vibrant color like the footage used in my analysis (deemed as animation?). Animations are based on relative frames. The base image in which the animation is made, is stationary, not in motion and definitely not nonlinear which this footage is.

Because there are no uniform frames, and each frame required x, y correction to compensate for drift associated to being hand held, it would be highly unlikely that this footage is an animation.

However; The motion corrected color footage when converted to B&W, showed undoubtedly the authenticity of the footage.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYYeY...
http://ufodc.com/, http://ufodc.com/page%2015.html, http://ufodc.com/page%202.html, http://ufodc.com/page%204.html
The UFOs in this sample (in part), are still within our airspace.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VYYeY.... This matching sample, with sounds associated to the UFO as it passes through the image frame, is without doubt, a 100% match to the 1952 UFOs. The example is captured within the same P-53 restricted airspace as the 1952 example from the US Capitol Building.

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