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UFO sighted over New York State

Posted on Friday, 24 August, 2012 | Comment icon 99 comments | News tip by: topsecretresearch

Image credit: Brian Titus

A silvery disc-shaped object was sighted over the town of Vestal this month by Brian Titus.

Titus had been at Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton when he witnessed the object rising upwards in to the sky from behind a hill. "It sat there for about ten seconds and then it shot up like a bullet and vanished," he wrote in a report about his experience.

The incident didn't end there however, later while on his way home he witnessed the object again and this time was able to take a photograph of it. "I am so exited and freaked out at the same time," he wrote.

"Brian Titus says he was at Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton, when he saw something rising behind a hill in Vestal."

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Comment icon #90 Posted by psyche101 on 25 September, 2012, 6:37
Hey Kludge I am in South East Queensland on the Gold Coast. If you do spot something around here and want to know more, let me know and if I can I will go have a close look, and take some pictures for you and send them across. I can organise freight at this end if need be, if it works out a reasonable cost to run with an import, let me know if I can help mate. Cheers.
Comment icon #91 Posted by Kludge808 on 25 September, 2012, 7:40
First off, the second video comes up as Private and is inaccessible. It's status may have changed since you saved the bookmark. Getting back, though, The first here and the one on the following post are interesting, the first here more so but only due to visibility and length. I'm going to assume he checked all the mundane things like an insect on the optics (Don't ask me how I know about that one. Just. Don't. Ask. ) which doesn't eliminate everything but does kill off quite a few possibilities. The second, faint as it is, follows a straight line while the first changes ... [More]
Comment icon #92 Posted by Kludge808 on 25 September, 2012, 9:15
Hey, Psyche! Ahhh, me. There is something that has absolutely nothing to do with astronomy - well not directly - but would be of great help. I would like to acquire a Clisby lathe and mill which were made right there in Oz. Harold Clisby, the designer of the Sherline lathe, created what were the world's smallest operational lathe and mill. After he died, his daughter took over the company and received some really bad advice which changed the design*, adversely affected quality control and eventually caused the company to close its doors. I've had an opportunity to use one of th... [More]
Comment icon #93 Posted by Kludge808 on 25 September, 2012, 10:42
I had to refresh my memory on that one. After doing so, I can't agree with the USAF version (which wound up in the Condon Report) of atmospheric conditions. It doesn't fit the facts as presented nor does it fit what I remember from being a radarman in the Navy. (An inversion layer can be a real b***h since aircraft can be on top of one and not seen by radar. This doesn't always happen but it's still there. Or was in the 60s.)
Comment icon #94 Posted by joeyluislopez on 25 September, 2012, 10:56
well the first pic was fake clearly you can tell someone placed it there physically and the moon one is just something crawling over the lens....
Comment icon #95 Posted by Kludge808 on 26 September, 2012, 3:03
Sky, check your PMs.
Comment icon #96 Posted by The Sky Scanner on 26 September, 2012, 6:40
Kludge, using my phone at the moment as I'm rebuilding the laptop I use for UM. I'll reply as soon as it's finished.
Comment icon #97 Posted by Kludge808 on 26 September, 2012, 6:58
I'll agree with the first but any kind of astronomer would check the second as a matter of course. That's why I said it was mundane check. No worries. I'm going to be in bed for a while anyway. Not feeling so good - probably over did it today.
Comment icon #98 Posted by Kludge808 on 27 September, 2012, 23:37
I've been thinking about the NIDS thinking (Hmmm ... thinking about thinking - sounds like me on a good day ) and my own experiments with the Biefeld-Brown Effect. This is essentially an electrostatic lifting device although the home versions are nowhere near powerful enough to lift their own power sources. With a lighter than air (LTA) vehicle to handle that part, it seems quite practical to use it since manipulating the field can be used to steer as well as drive such a vehicle and it's significantly quieter than other forms of drive. As to why a triangle, I don't know for sure... [More]

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