Wednesday, April 01, 2020

2013 Aguadilla Puerto Rico UAP/USO

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This video was sent to the Scientific Coalition for Ufology (SCU) from an official source who works homeland security who wishes to remain completely anonymous.



The event happened on April 25, 2013 at 9:20 PM at night! which probably throws people off since there are so many details seen it seems like daytime.

In this video a DHC-8 Turboprop aircraft using state of the art Forward Looking InfraRed (F.L.I.R.) for Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on a routine mission spotted an pinkish to reddish light over the ocean approaching the Rafael Hernandez airport runway at Aguadilla, Puerto Rico from the South. As the object approached the island the light on it went out. The Thermal system just picked it up at the start of this 3 minute video as the light dimmed out. Without navigation lights the object tumbled at times while cruising 80-120 MPH around neighborhoods and over the airport. This object ended up causing a flight delay at the airport when it flew across the runway.

They tracked the small fast moving object as it passed right by the airport. The object turned and headed towards the ocean, where it skimmed some waves before going briefly underneath the sea and then it came out two objects.

I was like to steer readers to the best source to read their published papers which is again Scientific Coalition for Ufology (SCU) .

Here is a link to their report on this event. 2013 Aguadilla Puerto Rico : The detailed analysis of an Unidentified Anomalous Phenomenon

An excerpt from their full report "What you will see in the infra-red is an object that seems capable of traveling at night without lights, at times below tree-top altitude, at speeds approaching 100 mph, and apparently without risk of impacting objects as it passes by."
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Highlights from the Executive Summary


On Interaction with Water

"There was very limited interaction with the water, visible within the infrared video, when the object impacted the ocean. Its speed immediately prior to impact was 109.7 mph. Frame by frame analysis indicated that there might be a slight wave or movement of the water as the object entered the ocean. It is unknown at the time of this report if the U.S. or another nation has developed the ability to diminish water displacement caused on impact."

On Thermal Imaging Video

"The object's size, speed, location,infrared (IR) emissions, directional movement, and other properties were compared against all known possible explanations including state-of-the-art drone capabilities as well as the possibility of a hoax."

On Size, Speed, and Location

"The size and speed of the object were determined at points in the video when the locations of the object could be accurately determined. The object was between three to five feet in length and its speed varied between approximately 40 mph to 120 mph."

On Radar Data

"In order to support the validity of the thermal video and to look for unknown targets in thearea, a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request was made to the USAF 84th RADES group to obtain all FAA originated radar in the area during the time frame in question. This request was granted."

On Splitting Into Two Parts

"The object's thermal image actually grew insize momentarily before it split into two parts. Both parts moved through the air and water at the same speed as the original object. There exists no aircraft, projectiles, or other technology known to the authors of this report to have these characteristics or capabilities."

On Power Source

"In this thermal video, black represents the hotter objects in a given frame and white the cooler objects. There is no exhaust plume or any other indication of an aircraft. This is not characteristic of objects with ordinary power sources."

On Maneuverability

"The ability to fly at that altitude at night and between trees requires precise control of movement and a highly responsive propulsion system particularly given the lack of control by aerodynamic devices (like wings). "


It hit the ocean over 100 MPH and what's strange is it barely slowed down and there is no sign of impacting the waves.

The F.L.I.R auto tracks it under the water at the same speed it does when it was in the air. That's how the camera knew where to aim it in the video when it came out of the water. The UAP flew the same speed underwater that it did in the air as seen on this video.. What technology is currently around that lets an object fly at 100 MPH and go into the water at the same speed and then comes out of the water 2 objects?

The object came from the Atlantic Ocean and circled the airport twice then returned towards the Atlantic Ocean.

The 2 black dots or blobs that surround a silvery object is what I see at the close up images. I've seen that before back in the late 1990s studying other peoples footage. Myself, I never recorded this type of OVNI but I remember Chris Miller and Willie Wilkens shot these type on tape.

I might have to digg out their old stuff and take a look at it again.

This video capture was after the now famous 2004 Nimitiz Tic Tac event but before the 2015 Gimbal video.

So it seems that we now know the military records these strange objects every few years with their newest security gear. They publicly now admit they have more videos and no we can't see them!.




Conclusion



The object witnessed by CBP and tower personnel and recorded on the CBP DHC-8 aircraft'sthermal imaging system is of unknown origin.

SCU Full Report

Show this to all your friends who don't believe UAP/UFOs exist. They're real!

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