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7-07-2016 UFO Cylinder 3 SM WARP IR Analysis

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Published on Jul 7, 2016

7-07-2016 UFO Cylinder 3 SM WARP IR Analysis, the 3rd of 3 events captured within a fixed pool of analysis:
7-07-2016 UFO Cylinder 2 Full SM Analysis IR. The second of 3 Cylinder events*: 7-07-2016 UFO Cylinder 1 SM WARP SDM IR Analysis, relative to: 7-06-2016 UFO Cylinder SM WARP SMD Analysis.. Event is a constant within this fixed pool of analysis: 6-30-2016 UFO Cylinder SM SDM full analysis 1 (60 fps), 100% consistent with the 498 additional examples captured from within this sample airspace. 60 fps @ 1/160th of a second shutter speed ~f/1.4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMMUc...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlWjp...
Another example of a repeating event captured within my relative pool of analysis. Repeating data: 3-22-2016 UFO Cylinder SM WARP SDM Analysis, a continuation of 3-21-2016 UFO Cylinder WARP Flyby IR Analysis is 100% consistent with 3-17-2016 UFO Cylinder SM WARP IR Analysis.I think the point of the matter is to capture events within a fixed sample pool. Events from 3-16-2016 repeated 3-17-2016*. In my fixed sample pool I get results daily. Probabilities associated to capturing a meteor or shooting star are relatively slim on a realistic basis. However; to capture events from a fixed position suggests something much greater than meets the eye. All objects are imaged from a fixed position, and have the same overall trajectories associated to each event : Band of Light UFO https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japan_A...
http://ufodc.com/
http://ufodc.com/page%2015.html
http://ufodc.com/page%2023.html

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