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Re: Chinese Hangzhou Airport UFO Case

From: Jim Deardorf deardorj.nul
Date: Sun, 16 Oct 2011 17:47:19 -0700 (PDT)
Archived: Mon, 17 Oct 2011 05:00:56 -0400
Subject: Re: Chinese Hangzhou Airport UFO Case

From: A. J. Gevaerd - Revista UF <aj.nul>
To: <post.nul>
Date: Sun, 16 Oct 2011 14:09:15 -0200
Subject: Re: Chinese Hangzhou Airport UFO Case

>From: Bruce Maccabee <brumac.nul>
>To: post.nul
>Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2011 23:34:39 -0400 (EDT)
>Subject: Re: Chinese Hangzhou Airport UFO Case

Hello A. J., Bruce and List,

This is just to remind you of the ABC news article of July 14,
2010 by Mary Huang of Beijing which gives a witness account as


"Resident Ma Shijun was taking a nighttime stroll with his wife
when he saw the object.

'I felt a beam of light over my head. Looking up, I saw a streak
of bright, white light flying across the sky, so I picked up the
camera and took the photo. The time was 8:26 p.m. However,
whether the object was a plane, or whether it was Xiaoshan
Airport's UFO, I don't have a clear answer,' Ma told the Xinhua
news agency. "

I feel that this report is worth something, especially since we
at least have a name. Too bad we have no one in communication
with any Chinese ufologists.

The translated quote tends to link the event with the five
photos Bruce showed -- "streak of bright white light," and also
because the two photos shown in the article show two of these
same five.

The detailed close-up video frame shown (the video didn't work
for me) is the same as Bruce's No. 2. It appears to me that the
version of this photo Bruce ended up with had been  enhanced in
brightness such that the individual wiggly white lines were all
smeared into one bright streak.

The more original version indicates, that if it were a
helicoptor, it had three bright lights in front, not just one,
which traced wiggly lines, as if the helicoptor had rolled
heavily both left and right during the camera exposure time, but
in an irregular fashion, while the port red light near the top
of the helicoptor managed to escape such maneuvers. Hence it
could not have been any helicoptor.

In addition, if the yellowish(?) dots on top of the red streak
represented a flashing yellowish light adjacent to the red
running light, their sequence of two quick flashes followed by a
longer interval was not the complete sequence, or else the
sequence changed to one with a longer interval.

Most important, the two sets of double yellowish dots are not
strictly aligned with the red streak, but oriented a couple
degrees cc-wise from the red line. So I regard this as a TRUFO.

The (mostly) uncropped version of this No. 2 I have doesn't have
the date/location emplaced upon it or the orange circle around
the object. I'm not sure if I can still locate the URL I once
got it from.

Jim Deardorff

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