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SAUCERS is publ ished q uart erly by Flying S aucers International
(a non- profit organizat ion ) , 1420 South Rid geley Drive. Los
An geles 1 9 , California. Whole is sues 26/27 . Copyright © 1 960
by Max B. Mill er ( Editor) . Lithograph ed in U. s. A.
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E D I T O R I A L
I T I S GRADUALLY BECOMING O BVIOUS that the divis ion o f
s o -cal l e d "ob j e ct ! ve '' re s e archers into one camp and the pro ­
pone nt s o f " sub j e ct ive " re s e arch into ano the r h a s cre ate d an
almo s t insurmountable probl e m . The writer, fo r o ne , doe s
not think that the UFO is sue will be re s o l ve d by rehashin g
o l d and the infre quent n e w sighting repo rt s , nor in e xpend­
into the
ing ma j o r e f fort to e xpo se e ve ry frau d th at nope
UFO s cene .
This writer be l ie ve s it unl ike ly that the future is
l iable to bring UFO s ightings substantially be tte r an d mo re
authe nticate d than tho s e al re ady o n re cord . The re s e arch
has become s t rictly e mpirical , and ,.,ith fewe r repo rt s the s e
d ays , w e are obviously l o s in g the battle o f public acceptance .
I f the public we re to be convince d o f the val idity o f UFO 'e
o n the bas is o f goo d , authent icate d U FO re po rt s by re li� ble
obs e rve rs , and s imul t�ne ous t rack1nge by radar, the phenome na
woul d have been accepted l o ng be fo re now.
THE NEXT LOGI CAL STEP obvious l y is to attempt cont act,
co mmunication , or at l e a s t atte mpt eight ings where goo d ob­
s e rve rs and e quipment are pre s ent . But many s o -cal l e d ob­
j e ctive groups and re se arche rs have be co me so openly an d ve ­
he mentl y oppo s e d to � n
- yth in g invol ving ex tra- terre s trial
communicat io n that they s e e m e mbarras s e d to e ven try . An d
the extre me skepticis m and ridicul e e xpre s s e d by many s e rious
groups have been so o ve rwhe l ming that o ne mus t que s t ion the
po s s ibil ity o f whe the r a re s pons ible pe rs on woul d e ve r claim
cont act if such we re e ventually made .
We the re fore submit that it is we ll nigh the time to
e xplo it s ome imaginat ive e ffort s to e s tabl ie� o r at tempt to
. t'' or "co mmuni� at ion." i'lhil e
e s t ablish , s ome form o f "co nt a c
this hae be e n trie d by many be fo re , ,.,e fe el that only a con­
ce rte d , purely s cie nt i fic and o rderly appro ach will pro duce
anything comparable to wo rth,,thile re sul te.
Le t us e l aborate s l ightly . Ftrs tly , we be lie ve that
any s ol o attempt is almo s t worthle s s . There mus t be at l e a s t
two , and pre fe rably more , re s po ns ible witne s s e s o n hand a t
all time s . And the re shoul d b e a t le a .s t one 16mm mot io n pic­
ture camera avail abl e e quippe d with a telepho to lens an d Ko da­
chro me film. (It is our opinion th at goo d mo tion picture s
o ffe r by far the be s t evidence obta_inabl e fo r ana l. ytical e ­
valuation . Re fe r SAUCERS , Autumn 1958 . )
The article in th is is sue o f SAUCERS by Robe rt C . Be ck
ce rt ainly advo cate s a subs t antial variety o f po s s ible in s t ru­
me nt at ion to use fo r UFO s ighting and cont act junke ts . De ­
t ail e d re co rds shoul d b e kept a t all time s ( including pho t o ­
graphs o f pre vail ing sky/we athe r condit io ns ) , for e ve n ne ga­
t ive re sul t s will be s t atis t ically valuable .
Since be ginning th is E ditorial, we have come acro s s a
fas cinat ing re port by Phys icis t s Philip Morris on and Gius e ppe
Ce cconi of Co rnel l Unive rs ity . They advo cate attempt in g co m­
municat ion now with al ien intelligence s which might be expe ct ­
ing s igns o f l i fe to de velop " near the sun . " ( See " Sho rt Shot s "
( Cont . )
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el s ewhe re in this is sue . )
'' We the re fo re feel that a d is criminatin g s e arch fo r
s ignal s de s e rve s a co ns ide rable e ffort , " Mo rrison and Co c­
oni con clude . ''The probabil ity o f succe s s is bard to e s ti­
m�te ; but if we ne ve r se arch , the chance o f succe s s is ze ro .n
We he artily concur.
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THEY SAY THAT all go o d t hings mus t co me to an e n d .
And it i s with deepe s t re�ret that we announce the
te rmination o f publication o f SAUCERS with this is sue . The
re se arch has tre at e d us we ll ; and we are inde e d grate ful fo r
the hundre ds o f kin d , uns e l fish and intell igent pe rsons
with who m we be came acquainted. O ur only s atis faction in
suspe nding ope rat ions is the knowl e d ge that the re s e arch is
in very compe tent an d capabl e hands . The co mbine d t al e nt s
o f all active U FO re se archers to day is probably beyond dupl i­
cation fo r such an anomalous e nde avo r.
I t is well known that we are not ne ce s s arily optimis tic
about the future o f U FO re s e arch as it now s t an d s . But with
th is pl ane t 's e me rge nce into the spa�e age , s o me une xpe cte d
de velopme nt s be gin to loom on the ho rizo n . I f we are fo r­
tunate , we shall see mo re pro j e ct s o f the nature of t he N a­
t io nal Ra dio As t ronomy O bse rvatory's pro gram ( Pro j e ct O zma )
t o attempt t o inte rcept intell igent s ignal s fro m al ien pl ane t s .
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NOTE CHANGE IN ADDRESS . We have re mo ve d from our ol d
( but t rus ty ) po s t o ffice bo x , and our permane nt a ddre s s is
now as fo ll ows : 1 420 S . Ridge l e y Drive , Lo s Ange l e s 1 9 ,
Cal if . Pl e a s e so note in your fil e e . I n the future cor­
re s po ndence shoul d be addre s s e d to Max B . Mil l e r .
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IN THI S I SSUE, we wish to draw the re ade r's attent ion
to Bob Be ck ' s art icle o n "I ns t rumentation fo r U FO De te ction . "
I f future inte re s t is su fficient , we may publ ish a spe cial
s upple ment , o r de tail e d spe cs and s che matics about th is an d
o ther ins t rumentatio n. So if you are intere s te d in th is fie l d
o f re s e arch , pl e a s e write to us . Comme nt s will al so b e gre atly
ap preciate d .
Inas much a s our principal re a s o n fo r clo s ing shop is
mo net ary ( th is is sue al one co s t e mo re to print than we have
in our UFO fund ) , it will be impo s sible to re bate to tho s e
who s till h ave active subs criptions the amount due the m . H ow­
e ve r, we have a pl an wh ich we hope will be accept abl e to all
conce rne d. We will give guy � back is sue s o f-your cho ice
( excludin g the few numbers al mo s t out-o f-print: 2, 7 an d 8 )
fo r � � that is now due you . ( A compl ete l is t in g o f
avail able back is sue s was publ ishe d in the l a s t is sue o f SAU­
CERS. } To fin d out how many is sue s you are entitl e d to ,
dquble the number written at the bo t to m o f page 2 8. For 1 s ­
�ue e 2, 7 an d 8, you may choo s e any o f the s e as an � --ex­
�� fo r the is sue s you woul d no rmally rece ive .
SAUCERS , Fall /Winte r 1959/60

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Fall /Winte r 1959/60 . and s imul t�ne ous t rack1nge by radar. ( A compl ete l is t in g o f avail able back is sue s was publ ishe d in the l a s t is sue o f SAU­ CERS. Pl e a s e so note in your fil e e . De ­ t ail e d re co rds shoul d b e kept a t all time s ( including pho t o ­ graphs o f pre vail ing sky/we athe r condit io ns ) . doe s not think that the UFO is sue will be re s o l ve d by rehashin g o l d and the infre quent n e w sighting repo rt s . it will be impo s sible to re bate to tho s e who s till h ave active subs criptions the amount due the m . we have come acro s s a fas cinat ing re port by Phys icis t s Philip Morris on and Gius e ppe Ce cconi of Co rnel l Unive rs ity . There mus t be at l e a s t two . Ftrs tly . the phenome na woul d have been accepted l o ng be fo re now. " I f future inte re s t is su fficient .. Mil l e r . ) '' We the re fo re feel that a d is criminatin g s e arch fo r s ignal s de s e rve s a co ns ide rable e ffort .terre s trial communicat io n that they s e e m e mbarras s e d to e ven try . We will give guy � back is sue s o f-your cho ice ( excludin g the few numbers al mo s t out-o f-print: 2. SAUCERS . I f we are fo r­ tunate . dquble the number written at the bo t to m o f page 2 8. * * * THEY SAY THAT all go o d t hings mus t co me to an e n d . Autumn 1958 . Lo s Ange l e s 1 9 . But many s o -cal l e d ob­ j e ctive groups and re se arche rs have be co me so openly an d ve ­ he mentl y oppo s e d to � n .. } To fin d out how many is sue s you are entitl e d to . Inas much a s our principal re a s o n fo r clo s ing shop is mo net ary ( th is is sue al one co s t e mo re to print than we have in our UFO fund ) ." i'lhil e e s t ablish . Ridge l e y Drive . We have re mo ve d from our ol d ( but t rus ty ) po s t o ffice bo x .2 - EDI TORI AL el s ewhe re in this is sue . and we are inde e d grate ful fo r the hundre ds o f kin d . But with th is pl ane t 's e me rge nce into the spa�e age . H ow­ e ve r. This writer be l ie ve s it unl ike ly that the future is l iable to bring UFO s ightings substantially be tte r an d mo re authe nticate d than tho s e al re ady o n re cord . And it i s with deepe s t re�ret that we announce the te rmination o f publication o f SAUCERS with this is sue . . ) S AUCERS . we wish to draw the re ade r's attent ion to Bob Be ck ' s art icle o n "I ns t rumentation fo r U FO De te ction . So if you are intere s te d in th is fie l d o f re s e arch . and pre fe rably more . ''The probabil ity o f succe s s is bard to e s ti­ m�te . pl e a s e write to us . Be ck ce rt ainly advo cate s a subs t antial variety o f po s s ible in s t ru­ me nt at ion to use fo r UFO s ighting and cont act junke ts . Le t us e l aborate s l ightly . THE NEXT LOGI CAL STEP obvious l y is to attempt cont act.. we have a pl an wh ich we hope will be accept abl e to all conce rne d. I f the public we re to be convince d o f the val idity o f UFO 'e o n the bas is o f goo d . The co mbine d t al e nt s o f all active U FO re se archers to day is probably beyond dupl i­ cation fo r such an anomalous e nde avo r. you may choo s e any o f the s e as an � --ex­ �� fo r the is sue s you woul d no rmally rece ive . s o me une xpe cte d de velopme nt s be gin to loom on the ho rizo n . I t is well known that we are not ne ce s s arily optimis tic about the future o f U FO re s e arch as it now s t an d s . Cal if . authent icate d U FO re po rt s by re li� ble obs e rve rs . and our permane nt a ddre s s is now as fo ll ows : 1 420 S . we shall see mo re pro j e ct s o f the nature of t he N a­ t io nal Ra dio As t ronomy O bse rvatory's pro gram ( Pro j e ct O zma ) t o attempt t o inte rcept intell igent s ignal s fro m al ien pl ane t s .ith fewe r repo rt s the s e d ays . Fall /Winte r 1959/60 . Comme nt s will al so b e gre atly ap preciate d . " ( See " Sho rt Shot s " ( Cont . Since be ginning th is E ditorial. (It is our opinion th at goo d mo tion picture s o ffe r by far the be s t evidence obta_inabl e fo r ana l. we be lie ve that any s ol o attempt is almo s t worthle s s . I n the future cor­ re s po ndence shoul d be addre s s e d to Max B . but if we ne ve r se arch . The re se arch has tre at e d us we ll . the chance o f succe s s is ze ro . for e ve n ne ga­ t ive re sul t s will be s t atis t ically valuable . * * * IN THI S I SSUE. They advo cate attempt in g co m­ municat ion now with al ien intelligence s which might be expe ct ­ ing s igns o f l i fe to de velop " near the sun .yth in g invol ving ex tra. o r de tail e d spe cs and s che matics about th is an d o ther ins t rumentatio n.3 - . 7 an d 8. O ur only s atis faction in suspe nding ope rat ions is the knowl e d ge that the re s e arch is in very compe tent an d capabl e hands .E D I T O R I A L I T I S GRADUALLY BECOMING O BVIOUS that the divis ion o f s o -cal l e d "ob j e ct ! ve '' re s e archers into one camp and the pro ­ pone nt s o f " sub j e ct ive " re s e arch into ano the r h a s cre ate d an almo s t insurmountable probl e m . nor in e xpend­ into the ing ma j o r e f fort to e xpo se e ve ry frau d th at nope UFO s cene . fo r o ne .n We he artily concur. * * * NOTE CHANGE IN ADDRESS . For 1 s ­ �ue e 2. 7 an d 8 ) fo r � � that is now due you .. We the re fore submit that it is we ll nigh the time to e xplo it s ome imaginat ive e ffort s to e s tabl ie� o r at tempt to .s t one 16mm mot io n pic­ ture camera avail abl e e quippe d with a telepho to lens an d Ko da­ chro me film. or at l e a s t atte mpt eight ings where goo d ob­ s e rve rs and e quipment are pre s ent . co mmunication . t'' or "co mmuni� at ion. ) The article in th is is sue o f SAUCERS by Robe rt C . w e are obviously l o s in g the battle o f public acceptance . ytical e ­ valuation . re s po ns ible witne s s e s o n hand a t all time s . Re fe r SAUCERS . purely s cie nt i fic and o rderly appro ach will pro duce anything comparable to wo rth. we may publ ish a spe cial s upple ment .thile re sul te. uns e l fish and intell igent pe rsons with who m we be came acquainted.e fe el that only a con­ ce rte d . s ome form o f "co nt a c this hae be e n trie d by many be fo re . The re s e arch has become s t rictly e mpirical . " Mo rrison and Co c­ oni con clude .. An d the extre me skepticis m and ridicul e e xpre s s e d by many s e rious groups have been so o ve rwhe l ming that o ne mus t que s t ion the po s s ibil ity o f whe the r a re s pons ible pe rs on woul d e ve r claim cont act if such we re e ventually made . And the re shoul d b e a t le a . The writer. and .

They d �ny any o b j ective evidence o f extra. Bob l eft Lockheed to beco me the chief design engineer fo r an optical and el ectro nic_reeearch corpo ration . AUTHOR of the acommpanying article.--the first researchers to co me up with " the answer" will not only disrupt the entire system . subjective. el ectricity . Bob Beck has do ne mo re in the way of inno vating. we shall be faced with some prodigious problema . o ur ubiquito us co ntributo r oecame a fl ight test nnd instrumentatio n engine er fo r the Lock­ heed Aircraft Co rp. I n 1951." ROBERT C. coal . ( Cont. where he secured the basic patents o n to day1e po rtabl e electronic flash systems. Bob became chief staff photo grapher fo r the Lo s Angel es o ffice o f Graphic House. Bob was chief engineer fo r the Wil co x Company . I ' ve been a pil o t long enough to kno w that 95 % of the strange things in the sky are NO T UFO ' s.terrestrial v� sito rs. I t seems that ever� spiritual ist. Photos by Max B. if it is made kno wn. and o wner of Color Co nt. psychic and borderline Rsychotic has fo un d a home" in pseud o ­ scientific " revel ations ranging from " co ntacts" t o " tel epo r­ tations to V enus. yet they continue to spend mil ­ l io ns to sol ve this non. developing and coll ecting instrumentation relative to the detectio n o f UFO ' e than every o ther UFO investigator in the United S tates put together. I f Russia sho ul d beat us to the sol ution o f the UFO ' e metho d o f p ropulsion . As a pho to ­ journalist. He is currently president of Monitor El ectronics Research Corp. Miller. SAUCERS. is seated before a Leitz Labolux III microscope in his photomicography lab. Bob is al so Chief of Radiolo gical Defense for Cal ifornia ' s Civil Defense District 17.. BECK. mystical and so metimes hysterical rantinge fro m peopl e with l ittl e mo re than the will to believe. And since o ur enti:re economy is based on " energy" --i. b ut will h urtl e mankind into a revol utionary n ew age.val O rdnance Teet Statio n at Inyokern. and he has j ust comol eted a po stgraduate course in pho to microe­ copy at UCLA. " are the o nly thing that will still get me o ut o f bed at midnight1 " ) • • • S I NCE I TS I NCEPTION . and was an instructo r of com­ munications and math at a Los Angel es schoo l whil e he practiced consulting electronic engineerin g in hie spare time. but that 5% remainin g deserves any amo unt of effo rt to resol ve it·.. Fall fiinter 1959/60 . Fall /Winter 1959/60 . ''UFt>'e. an d h ie wo rk frequently took him to E dwards AFB and the Na.o l � o mpany .4 - T his do esn ' t prove--or dispro ve--anything.· .INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETECTION By ROBERT C. He is a ham ra dio operator and a l icensed pil o t ( flying his o wn Ce ssn a ) . and h e has do zens o f magazine co vers to h ie cre d it. Those who kno w Bob know that hie ingenio us and dedicated talents have yet to be stumped by any proble m facing UFO investigatio n . from whence he went into hie own business.e. I n the E d itor ' s opinio n. " de cl ares Bob . He received hie Bachel o r degree in E ngineering from the University o f So uthern Cal ifo rnia in 1948. atomics. Be ck is well kno wn to UFO researchers in S o uthern Califo rnia. the l atter a Lo s Angel es film l abo rato ry. BECK ( Ed itor's N ote : Robert c. O ur go vernment has assumed a ierpl exin g po sition. the sub j ect o f Ufol o gy has been smothered under a tira de of sensel ess. He hol ds a number o f patents on optical and el ectro nic devices.5 - .) S AUCERS. gasol ine.existent" d il emma. etc.

terrestrial v� sito rs. They d �ny any o b j ective evidence o f extra. Miller. I ' ve been a pil o t long enough to kno w that 95 % of the strange things in the sky are NO T UFO ' s. He is a ham ra dio operator and a l icensed pil o t ( flying his o wn Ce ssn a ) ." ROBERT C. I n 1951. Bob is al so Chief of Radiolo gical Defense for Cal ifornia ' s Civil Defense District 17. we shall be faced with some prodigious problema . Those who kno w Bob know that hie ingenio us and dedicated talents have yet to be stumped by any proble m facing UFO investigatio n . Bob was chief engineer fo r the Wil co x Company . subjective. And since o ur enti:re economy is based on " energy" --i. Bob Beck has do ne mo re in the way of inno vating. SAUCERS. As a pho to ­ journalist. and he has j ust comol eted a po stgraduate course in pho to microe­ copy at UCLA..INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETECTION By ROBERT C. gasol ine. I n the E d itor ' s opinio n. Fall /Winter 1959/60 . Be ck is well kno wn to UFO researchers in S o uthern Califo rnia. where he secured the basic patents o n to day1e po rtabl e electronic flash systems.val O rdnance Teet Statio n at Inyokern.) S AUCERS. ''UFt>'e. BECK ( Ed itor's N ote : Robert c. BECK. coal . b ut will h urtl e mankind into a revol utionary n ew age. yet they continue to spend mil ­ l io ns to sol ve this non. el ectricity . mystical and so metimes hysterical rantinge fro m peopl e with l ittl e mo re than the will to believe. ( Cont. AUTHOR of the acommpanying article. Bob l eft Lockheed to beco me the chief design engineer fo r an optical and el ectro nic_reeearch corpo ration . the sub j ect o f Ufol o gy has been smothered under a tira de of sensel ess. is seated before a Leitz Labolux III microscope in his photomicography lab. He received hie Bachel o r degree in E ngineering from the University o f So uthern Cal ifo rnia in 1948. the l atter a Lo s Angel es film l abo rato ry. from whence he went into hie own business. atomics. I t seems that ever� spiritual ist.--the first researchers to co me up with " the answer" will not only disrupt the entire system . Bob became chief staff photo grapher fo r the Lo s Angel es o ffice o f Graphic House. I f Russia sho ul d beat us to the sol ution o f the UFO ' e metho d o f p ropulsion . He hol ds a number o f patents on optical and el ectro nic devices.e. O ur go vernment has assumed a ierpl exin g po sition. psychic and borderline Rsychotic has fo un d a home" in pseud o ­ scientific " revel ations ranging from " co ntacts" t o " tel epo r­ tations to V enus. etc. and h e has do zens o f magazine co vers to h ie cre d it. but that 5% remainin g deserves any amo unt of effo rt to resol ve it·. and was an instructo r of com­ munications and math at a Los Angel es schoo l whil e he practiced consulting electronic engineerin g in hie spare time.o l � o mpany . o ur ubiquito us co ntributo r oecame a fl ight test nnd instrumentatio n engine er fo r the Lock­ heed Aircraft Co rp. " de cl ares Bob . developing and coll ecting instrumentation relative to the detectio n o f UFO ' e than every o ther UFO investigator in the United S tates put together. Photos by Max B. an d h ie wo rk frequently took him to E dwards AFB and the Na. Fall fiinter 1959/60 .4 - T his do esn ' t prove--or dispro ve--anything. if it is made kno wn.· ..existent" d il emma. He is currently president of Monitor El ectronics Research Corp. and o wner of Color Co nt. " are the o nly thing that will still get me o ut o f bed at midnight1 " ) • • • S I NCE I TS I NCEPTION .5 - .

T he more e x pens i ve ( $1 00-$1 75 ) 400mm Te l e -Me gor f/5 .ssorted (E) Rolleicord a. Fall /Wi nte r 1 959/60 - . etc. as tral pro j e ctions and t�e thous and and one o the r gi mmick s re s ponsible fo r mo s t o f the s auce r re ve l ati ons . T e l e ­ photo l en s e s are avai l abl e inexpen s i ve l y for 3 5mm cameras . At leas t two camera bo d i e s are us e ful for opti mum convenience . In fact. you don t � what ti me i t � i s unle s s you hear a ti me s i gnal or s e e a clo ck. an d be cause an y subject o f s o serious a nature de man ds po s i ti ve proo f. and j us t plain di rt.5 Ma. s e ance s . the fas te s t films avail able are lo ade d .nd (N) black !-iinox Ills with built-in ex-posure meter. but couple d with the drug s to re pro ce s s ing. gl P. Practica. the s cratche s . i n gunne ry tracking. you can make sure of who i s l e adi n g in the far turn wi th bino cul ars . attached to Novaflex slide-copying device. I woul d have s e ri ­ ous doubts about the authenti ci ty o f m y o wn e ye s u nl e s s a came ra an d fi l m re c o rde d the s ame i mage I thought I had s e e n . (K) Norwood incident light meter. but the l e s e portabi l i ty . --the Le ica.. Kodachrome back (this is one of four stereo ca. (L) S. e tc. (M) 16mm Bell & Howell Auto­ master camera. Fo r s horte r l enses --no rmal . C anon . l i s t pri ce : #59 tJ i s my favor­ i te . wide-angle.hopping. (H) Leica. (J) Exa. I suppo s e . T he average UFO inve s ti gato r mus t content h i ms e l f wi th le s s pretenti ous gadge ts . (B) 150mm Schneider Tele-Xena. lenses. H e re the binocular i a the ins trumentati on t An d s ince UEO's span such a bro ad spectrum o f pheno mena. PHOTO GRAPHI C INSTRUMENTATION MOST POPULARI ZED U FO PHOTOGRAPHS always s e e m to be made w i th a box Bro wni e . i t occurs to e ve ry hone s t inve s ti gato r at one ti me or ano the r that he i s s tri ctl y on hi s o wn in de ve loping hie data. I f you' re at a race track . the 400mm f/7 5 Tele -As tro ­ nar ( 58 l in e s pe r mm. I do nQ1 buy crys tal bal l s . ) 7 SAUCERS . the be tte r the s ho t .kta. I--PHOTOGRAPHIC INSTRUMENTATION. h as at i ts di s po s al extre me l y compl e x and e xpen s i ve photo in s trumentati o n . oui j a bo ards . Fall/Winter 1959/60 - 6 - The Air Fo rce . mo s t o f the s e li ttle roun d ball s are mi ghty suspect.I NSTRUMENTATI ON FO R UFO DETECTI ON BE CAUSE O F THE GOVERNMENTAL pol i cy of s e cre cy . usuall y carri e d i n the car trunk or in the trai l e r for de s e rt. cinch marks in the e mul s i ons .s in the back row). I pre fe r the compro mi s e of small fi l m s i ze and convenience o ve r the techni call y bette r cut fil m s i ze s . ) .XSnar (B). ( 1 ) .kro-Kila. The bi gge r the came ra. .ve-co mpartment 11 foggi n g. FIG. (I) Stereo-Realist camera. (F) 40mm f/3. Fo r l i ght tri po d work and han d-hol ding. This i s be tte r than no thing. with 50ft. we 11 bre ak the sub je ct down i nto a few bas i cs . An s co ' s ( Co nt. SAUCERS. mi s s i l e ins trumenta­ ti o n . an electronic flash for macro-photography. INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETECTION An in s trument me re l y ai d s your own pe rcep ri ce in know­ in g what � happene d . (A) 400mm Tele-Megor telephoto lens. e tc.r ''D" close-up lens. i s s hown in Fig.nd Rolleiflex 2lx2� cameras. reflected light meter. I n th i s cas e the clo ck i s the i ns trumentati on. lens flare . mys ti cal telepathi c re ve l ations . we are outl i ning s e ve ral ap­ pro ache s to U FO inetrumentatton. (D) Robot Star.mera. Anothe r tel e photo i s the 1 50mm Sche i der Te l e .E. MY O WN STABLE O F PHOTO GEAR. T he i r photo theo do l i te s an d radar gui de d te l e s cope s are well known . I. Pen�ax.. be ing ob j e cti ve . All te l e photo s of mo re than 1 50mm fo cal length s houl d be us e d wi th the s in gl e-lens refle x­ type camera (Exakta. (C) two Nikon SF's wit� R. be ing publi s he d d ai l y. 5 ( A ) i s not only he avi e r but l e s s sharp. N i kon ( C) and kin dre d Ge rman/Japanese interchangeable lens range fin de r came ras are pre fe rre d . a. re solution . since one might be loade d wi th col o r an d the o the r with fine grai n panchro mati c fi l m . (G) Heiland Ring Light. Fo r exampl e . At n i ght.r. with Boowu close­ up attachment. For the s e re as ons .

cinch marks in the e mul s i ons . and j us t plain di rt.kro-Kila. This i s be tte r than no thing. mi s s i l e ins trumenta­ ti o n . gl P. PHOTO GRAPHI C INSTRUMENTATION MOST POPULARI ZED U FO PHOTOGRAPHS always s e e m to be made w i th a box Bro wni e . (J) Exa. I n th i s cas e the clo ck i s the i ns trumentati on. re solution . I--PHOTOGRAPHIC INSTRUMENTATION. SAUCERS. i s s hown in Fig.. T he average UFO inve s ti gato r mus t content h i ms e l f wi th le s s pretenti ous gadge ts . e tc. s e ance s . T he i r photo theo do l i te s an d radar gui de d te l e s cope s are well known . reflected light meter. mys ti cal telepathi c re ve l ations . an electronic flash for macro-photography. l i s t pri ce : #59 tJ i s my favor­ i te . N i kon ( C) and kin dre d Ge rman/Japanese interchangeable lens range fin de r came ras are pre fe rre d . i n gunne ry tracking. h as at i ts di s po s al extre me l y compl e x and e xpen s i ve photo in s trumentati o n . An s co ' s ( Co nt. (C) two Nikon SF's wit� R. All te l e photo s of mo re than 1 50mm fo cal length s houl d be us e d wi th the s in gl e-lens refle x­ type camera (Exakta. Fall/Winter 1959/60 - 6 - The Air Fo rce . I f you' re at a race track . with 50ft. with Boowu close­ up attachment. but the l e s e portabi l i ty . In fact. I suppo s e . The bi gge r the came ra.ssorted (E) Rolleicord a. (M) 16mm Bell & Howell Auto­ master camera. an d be cause an y subject o f s o serious a nature de man ds po s i ti ve proo f. C anon . I woul d have s e ri ­ ous doubts about the authenti ci ty o f m y o wn e ye s u nl e s s a came ra an d fi l m re c o rde d the s ame i mage I thought I had s e e n . ) . Anothe r tel e photo i s the 1 50mm Sche i der Te l e .r ''D" close-up lens. the fas te s t films avail able are lo ade d .. MY O WN STABLE O F PHOTO GEAR. lens flare . 5 ( A ) i s not only he avi e r but l e s s sharp. ( 1 ) . Fall /Wi nte r 1 959/60 - . you don t � what ti me i t � i s unle s s you hear a ti me s i gnal or s e e a clo ck. H e re the binocular i a the ins trumentati on t An d s ince UEO's span such a bro ad spectrum o f pheno mena.XSnar (B). e tc. usuall y carri e d i n the car trunk or in the trai l e r for de s e rt.nd Rolleiflex 2lx2� cameras. At leas t two camera bo d i e s are us e ful for opti mum convenience . (G) Heiland Ring Light. (F) 40mm f/3. the be tte r the s ho t . Kodachrome back (this is one of four stereo ca. (A) 400mm Tele-Megor telephoto lens. FIG. you can make sure of who i s l e adi n g in the far turn wi th bino cul ars . (I) Stereo-Realist camera.5 Ma.r. wide-angle. Practica. we 11 bre ak the sub je ct down i nto a few bas i cs . lenses.mera. (H) Leica. For the s e re as ons . Fo r exampl e .s in the back row).I NSTRUMENTATI ON FO R UFO DETECTI ON BE CAUSE O F THE GOVERNMENTAL pol i cy of s e cre cy . (K) Norwood incident light meter. attached to Novaflex slide-copying device. a. Pen�ax. ) 7 SAUCERS . INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETECTION An in s trument me re l y ai d s your own pe rcep ri ce in know­ in g what � happene d . mo s t o f the s e li ttle roun d ball s are mi ghty suspect. I do nQ1 buy crys tal bal l s . (B) 150mm Schneider Tele-Xena. I. --the Le ica. (L) S. but couple d with the drug s to re pro ce s s ing. be ing publi s he d d ai l y.E. we are outl i ning s e ve ral ap­ pro ache s to U FO inetrumentatton. T he more e x pens i ve ( $1 00-$1 75 ) 400mm Te l e -Me gor f/5 . Fo r s horte r l enses --no rmal .ve-co mpartment 11 foggi n g.hopping.nd (N) black !-iinox Ills with built-in ex-posure meter.kta. etc. At n i ght. oui j a bo ards . the 400mm f/7 5 Tele -As tro ­ nar ( 58 l in e s pe r mm. T e l e ­ photo l en s e s are avai l abl e inexpen s i ve l y for 3 5mm cameras . be ing ob j e cti ve . . the s cratche s . Fo r l i ght tri po d work and han d-hol ding. i t occurs to e ve ry hone s t inve s ti gato r at one ti me or ano the r that he i s s tri ctl y on hi s o wn in de ve loping hie data. since one might be loade d wi th col o r an d the o the r with fine grai n panchro mati c fi l m . as tral pro j e ctions and t�e thous and and one o the r gi mmick s re s ponsible fo r mo s t o f the s auce r re ve l ati ons . I pre fe r the compro mi s e of small fi l m s i ze and convenience o ve r the techni call y bette r cut fil m s i ze s . (D) Robot Star.

A el i de · to be copi e d in the fi e ld is the n inse rte d i nto the front ho l de r. The Cave 6-inch f/7 refle c �ing tel e s cope ( A ) i s us e d wi th an E xakta e o r Pentax bo dy fo r e ye pi e ce pro j e c tion . ) S AUCERS . Fi g. The f/3 . re mo ve d from the came ra . ( It wi ll even re ad the e-round gl aAs o f a te le s cope -mounte d came ra.D s te reo colo rs li de s are the ans we r. (D) c o mpact 30x60 te rre stri al te l e s cope . Len s e s fro m extreme wi de -angle to ove r 6 fo cal lengths are avai l able . The c ame ra lens i s re move d an d s c re we d into the be l lo ws exten­ s i on. whi ch i s bas e d on po s s i bl y the mo s t advanced de s i gn o f any as trono mi c al te l e s cope currently manu fac ture d .kro K i l ar i s a mu ch be tte r an d sharpe r lens than the mo re e xpens ive f/2 . whe re the c ame ra i s l e ft pl ante d and o pe rate d automati cally by radio s i gnal s from s o me di s ­ tan ce away. ) S AUCERS . On '' re mo te " s e t-up s . gene ral purpo s e s e mi -wi de -an gle lens. ) Al though e xpe n s ive ( ¢1 70 l i s t}. or s o me ob­ j e c t far . Fie l d sho ts ( showing surroun d s .8 - INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETEC TION ABOUT EXPOSURE : fo r gene ral us e . but s ti l l carry a Bell & Howe l l 16mm Auto maAte r ( M) be c aus e o f i ts ease o f maga zine fi l m loa d i ng and e mul s i on chan gin g in th � middle o f a roll . FIG. The Que s tar ( Cont . you can " mi c ro fi l e " anything you c an s e e . a Ste re o Real i s t ( I ) or Revere wi ll pre s e rve the mo s t ac curate ren di ti on. wi tne s s e s . such as the Roll e i flex and Roll e i c o r d ( E ) . A Bushnell "S pace ­ mas ter" ( B) wi th four· e ye pie ce s revolving on a turre t can be us e d e i the r fo r vi sual ob­ s e rvati on or photo ­ graphi c work wi th e qui v­ alent fo cal len gths up to 4800mm.ran ge pho to ins tru­ mentati on. The c ame ra c an be s pring wound. In a ve ry few s e con d s . pre ­ fo cus e d. Fall /Winte r 1959/60 . Excellent dupl i c ate trans paran c i e s can thus be made i n the fie l d whe re your sub je c t do e s no t want to '' lo an " the m out fo r the usual labo rato ry de l ay . A He i l an d " Ring L i ght' ' ( G) c oupl e d to a Me c abl i tz trans i s torize d s trobe i s u s e d wi th the Makro K i l ar an d E xakta fo r top quali ty copying o f ex­ tre mely s ma ll o b j e c te ( A di s continue d l�c abl i tz 100 c an A n o w be purchas e d fo r �25 to $35 .5 Makro K i l ar "D" lens ( F) whi ch fo cus es down to be tte r than 1 : 1 ( two i nche s } . I pre fe r s ti l ls to movi e s .nd came ra i s c arri e d fo r on-the-spo t " qu1c k1e e" and fo r e xpo sure te s te fo r o the r c ame ras . ) The 40mm Makro Kilar i s an exce llent all -aroun d. bri e fc as e .E . etc. Th i s h andy devi c e fol d s into a po cket­ s i ze d package that go e s wi th me eve rywhe re in a. and the Exakta shutte r i s fi re d a t l /50th.INSTRUM&�TATION FO R UFO DETEC TION S uper H ypan ( 500 AS A ) i s my fi rst cho i ce. ai me d at a pl ane t. wi th Ag fa Is opan Re c o rd {1 600 ABA ) an d Ko d ak T ri -X ( 400 ASA) running cl o s e s e conds . ( B) Bushne ll 60mm tu rre t S pace ma s te r te l e s cope attache d to Exakta c ame ra . e tc . And the bl ack Mi nox IIIs wi th bui lt. o r tho s e invol ving " evi den c e " ( i nclud­ ing s mall fragments .5 ME�. Fo r a fe w cents pe r frame .) a re be et handle d wi th the 2tx2� twin-lens re flexe s . I use the Robot S tar ( D ) t�i ppe d by a rad i o -con­ troll e d soleno i d . ( E ) 400mm Tele-I�go r atta che d to ano ther Exakta c ame ra bo dy . A Po laro i d La. 8 mo de l . ) Di re c tl y unde r the Le i c a mi c ro fi lming ri g i s an E xakta bo x attache d to a No vafl e x s l i de copyi n g devi ce (J). Do cument o r pho to graph co pying i s be s t a c c o mpli she d wi th the Le i c a and a Boo wu clo s e -up attachment (H). 3 . re fle cte d l i ght mete r ( L) i s the onl y thi n g kno w that wi ll take an � re ading o f f the face of the moon. ( A) Si x-inch Cave re fl e et­ i n g te le s cope . ( Cont. sky con di tion s . 3mm Galo c o cul ar ( apparent fi e l d: 75°) . in bl ack-an d-wh i te or colo r. ( 2b) i llustrate s our 3}-in ch De luxe Que s tar ( F). It i s s ho l� s e t-up (H) fo r a s tan dard 8 kxll ­ i nch sheet o f pape r. o f any wri tten o r printe d page o r do cument o r pho to �raph o r o b j e ct up to i ts fi e l d o f vi e w. FIGURES ( 2a) and ( 2b ) show the long. ha rdware or fi e l d spe c i me ns ) are shot wi th the Exakta and the 40mm f /3 . S malle r s po ttin g s cope s ( C & D) wi th Barlow len s e s are u s e d fo r s urve i l l ance of sky o r te rre s tri al are as . the No rwoo d inci dent l i ght mete r ( K) is the han d s down cho i ce among the m a jo ri ty o f expe rts . The s trobe i s he l d 1 5 i nche s fro m the ground glas s fo r a no rmal Ko dachro me-to -K odachrome dupl i ­ c ate . ( C ) s mall 50mm re fra cting te le ­ s cope on eq uato ri al mount . ( Two s te reo c ame ras in the back ro w have 50ft. s i n ce i t wi ll fo cus on any ob j e ct fro m two in che s to i n fini ty wi thout acc e e�ory e xten s io n attachments . ( 2 a) . But fo r ''i mpo s s ibl e '' s i tuations. I. i t c an be s e t up to make a pe rmanent � 5mm re co rd.in e xpo sure me te r ( N ) goe s wi th me on my bel t whe ne ve r I leave the hous e . TECHNIC AL SHO TS .9 - . I f your ob j e c t i s c lo s e enough to s e e cle arly. Fall /Winte r 1 959/60 . an d le ft fo r surve i l l ance o f a re mote are a. bulk Kodachro me fi l m backs . th is i s the mo s t us e ­ ful un ive rs al me te r known . FO R THE ULTIMATE IN REALISM. the S. Thi s gi ve s 5 5 pi c ture s o n a s i n gl e 36-e x­ po eure facto ry lo a d . The re i s a full s e t o f o rtho s copi c o cul ars in addi ti on to two e xce lle nt achro mati c Barlow lenses ( e a ch o f whi ch e xten d s no r­ mal magni fi cati on about th ree diame te rs ) and a 1 6. in any l i ght.

Fi g. wi tne s s e s . sky con di tion s . bri e fc as e . Thi s gi ve s 5 5 pi c ture s o n a s i n gl e 36-e x­ po eure facto ry lo a d . whe re the c ame ra i s l e ft pl ante d and o pe rate d automati cally by radio s i gnal s from s o me di s ­ tan ce away. the No rwoo d inci dent l i ght mete r ( K) is the han d s down cho i ce among the m a jo ri ty o f expe rts . In a ve ry few s e con d s .D s te reo colo rs li de s are the ans we r. ) Di re c tl y unde r the Le i c a mi c ro fi lming ri g i s an E xakta bo x attache d to a No vafl e x s l i de copyi n g devi ce (J). an d le ft fo r surve i l l ance o f a re mote are a. A Po laro i d La. I f your ob j e c t i s c lo s e enough to s e e cle arly. The c ame ra c an be s pring wound. ( 2b) i llustrate s our 3}-in ch De luxe Que s tar ( F). ha rdware or fi e l d spe c i me ns ) are shot wi th the Exakta and the 40mm f /3 . such as the Roll e i flex and Roll e i c o r d ( E ) . o r tho s e invol ving " evi den c e " ( i nclud­ ing s mall fragments . ( A) Si x-inch Cave re fl e et­ i n g te le s cope . Th i s h andy devi c e fol d s into a po cket­ s i ze d package that go e s wi th me eve rywhe re in a. but s ti l l carry a Bell & Howe l l 16mm Auto maAte r ( M) be c aus e o f i ts ease o f maga zine fi l m loa d i ng and e mul s i on chan gin g in th � middle o f a roll . th is i s the mo s t us e ­ ful un ive rs al me te r known .kro K i l ar i s a mu ch be tte r an d sharpe r lens than the mo re e xpens ive f/2 . ( Two s te reo c ame ras in the back ro w have 50ft. wi th Ag fa Is opan Re c o rd {1 600 ABA ) an d Ko d ak T ri -X ( 400 ASA) running cl o s e s e conds . 3mm Galo c o cul ar ( apparent fi e l d: 75°) . FIGURES ( 2a) and ( 2b ) show the long. Len s e s fro m extreme wi de -angle to ove r 6 fo cal lengths are avai l able .5 ME�. The Cave 6-inch f/7 refle c �ing tel e s cope ( A ) i s us e d wi th an E xakta e o r Pentax bo dy fo r e ye pi e ce pro j e c tion . in bl ack-an d-wh i te or colo r. or s o me ob­ j e c t far . 8 mo de l . o f any wri tten o r printe d page o r do cument o r pho to �raph o r o b j e ct up to i ts fi e l d o f vi e w. S malle r s po ttin g s cope s ( C & D) wi th Barlow len s e s are u s e d fo r s urve i l l ance of sky o r te rre s tri al are as . On '' re mo te " s e t-up s . re fle cte d l i ght mete r ( L) i s the onl y thi n g kno w that wi ll take an � re ading o f f the face of the moon. ( Cont.5 Makro K i l ar "D" lens ( F) whi ch fo cus es down to be tte r than 1 : 1 ( two i nche s } . Fie l d sho ts ( showing surroun d s . ) Al though e xpe n s ive ( ¢1 70 l i s t}.ran ge pho to ins tru­ mentati on. ) S AUCERS . FO R THE ULTIMATE IN REALISM.) a re be et handle d wi th the 2tx2� twin-lens re flexe s . A Bushnell "S pace ­ mas ter" ( B) wi th four· e ye pie ce s revolving on a turre t can be us e d e i the r fo r vi sual ob­ s e rvati on or photo ­ graphi c work wi th e qui v­ alent fo cal len gths up to 4800mm.E . in any l i ght.nd came ra i s c arri e d fo r on-the-spo t " qu1c k1e e" and fo r e xpo sure te s te fo r o the r c ame ras . the S. re mo ve d from the came ra . But fo r ''i mpo s s ibl e '' s i tuations. A He i l an d " Ring L i ght' ' ( G) c oupl e d to a Me c abl i tz trans i s torize d s trobe i s u s e d wi th the Makro K i l ar an d E xakta fo r top quali ty copying o f ex­ tre mely s ma ll o b j e c te ( A di s continue d l�c abl i tz 100 c an A n o w be purchas e d fo r �25 to $35 . Fall /Winte r 1959/60 . and the Exakta shutte r i s fi re d a t l /50th. A el i de · to be copi e d in the fi e ld is the n inse rte d i nto the front ho l de r. The c ame ra lens i s re move d an d s c re we d into the be l lo ws exten­ s i on.in e xpo sure me te r ( N ) goe s wi th me on my bel t whe ne ve r I leave the hous e . e tc . TECHNIC AL SHO TS . ( It wi ll even re ad the e-round gl aAs o f a te le s cope -mounte d came ra. i t c an be s e t up to make a pe rmanent � 5mm re co rd. ) S AUCERS . The re i s a full s e t o f o rtho s copi c o cul ars in addi ti on to two e xce lle nt achro mati c Barlow lenses ( e a ch o f whi ch e xten d s no r­ mal magni fi cati on about th ree diame te rs ) and a 1 6.9 - . bulk Kodachro me fi l m backs . The s trobe i s he l d 1 5 i nche s fro m the ground glas s fo r a no rmal Ko dachro me-to -K odachrome dupl i ­ c ate . ( C ) s mall 50mm re fra cting te le ­ s cope on eq uato ri al mount . FIG. whi ch i s bas e d on po s s i bl y the mo s t advanced de s i gn o f any as trono mi c al te l e s cope currently manu fac ture d . ( E ) 400mm Tele-I�go r atta che d to ano ther Exakta c ame ra bo dy . ai me d at a pl ane t. gene ral purpo s e s e mi -wi de -an gle lens. It i s s ho l� s e t-up (H) fo r a s tan dard 8 kxll ­ i nch sheet o f pape r. I use the Robot S tar ( D ) t�i ppe d by a rad i o -con­ troll e d soleno i d . etc. Fo r a fe w cents pe r frame . Do cument o r pho to graph co pying i s be s t a c c o mpli she d wi th the Le i c a and a Boo wu clo s e -up attachment (H). I. 3 . (D) c o mpact 30x60 te rre stri al te l e s cope . a Ste re o Real i s t ( I ) or Revere wi ll pre s e rve the mo s t ac curate ren di ti on.INSTRUM&�TATION FO R UFO DETEC TION S uper H ypan ( 500 AS A ) i s my fi rst cho i ce. I pre fe r s ti l ls to movi e s . The Que s tar ( Cont . ( B) Bushne ll 60mm tu rre t S pace ma s te r te l e s cope attache d to Exakta c ame ra . you can " mi c ro fi l e " anything you c an s e e . pre ­ fo cus e d. The f/3 . ) The 40mm Makro Kilar i s an exce llent all -aroun d. And the bl ack Mi nox IIIs wi th bui lt. Fall /Winte r 1 959/60 . ( 2 a) . s i n ce i t wi ll fo cus on any ob j e ct fro m two in che s to i n fini ty wi thout acc e e�ory e xten s io n attachments . Excellent dupl i c ate trans paran c i e s can thus be made i n the fie l d whe re your sub je c t do e s no t want to '' lo an " the m out fo r the usual labo rato ry de l ay .8 - INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETEC TION ABOUT EXPOSURE : fo r gene ral us e .

I. 80x and 160x . and makin s 24x34 pi cture s . the powe r suppl y o s ci ll ato r fre ­ quency c an be s e t a t 57. we hearti l y re c ommend the type kno wn as a "12:1ove compartme nt s pe c i al . ( The Ge i ge r c o· unte r i s i te rn '' G u in Fi g. whi ch when di s turbe d. we made many photo graphs o f the Mare C r i s 1 u m at the co rre c t co­ longi tude (te rmi nator po s i ti on}. re fle ct i n g li ght mete r. The fo c al length i s usuall y around 10 5mm. O ne �s au­ c e r de te cto r" previous l y de s c ribe d i n the s e page s ( S AUCERS .11 - . I f s o me th i ng i s bas e d on our s ate ll i te . a more s en s i ­ ti ve and re fine d devi ce was bui l t con s i stin g o f a dampe d compa s s nee dle an d a verti c al " di pping'' nee dle ( I) arrange d eo that i f the po inte r o f e i ther move s . i t ( Cont. the l e a s t pre tenti ous devi ce is uerhaus the mo st u�e ful . ve s t-po cket 6xl 5 or 10x20 binoculars (B}. For moon tracking. I f the rate o f cl i ck s i n c re a s e s noti c e abl y. the che mi cal . An obje ct onl y 200 yards i n d i amete r ( about hal f again the s i ze of the Capi tol Bl d g. 3 ) extre me l y us e ful w·ould be li ght­ we i ght 7x3 5 wi de -an gle binoculars (A). and found abs olute l y noth i n g out o f the o rdinary. 3 ). ( G ) 400mm Tele -As tronar te lephoto of unusual li ght. We neve r di s c ount the po s s ibil i ty o f o b j e cts ( be s i de s j e ts ) radi ating a l o t o f heat. The po rtabl e bl ack l i �h t unit ( I) de s e rve s menti on . A WORD ABOUT PLANETARY and lunar oboe rvi n g and pho to g­ raphy. A hi ghly charge d e le ctri c al bo dy shoul d show the emi s s i on s pe c­ trum o f the gas e s be ing ioni ze d by its pre s ence. or the approxi mate col o r te mp­ e rature ( bl ack bo dy continuous spectrum). and re d an d blue contrast fi lte rs . Fall /Winte r 1 9 59/60 . . s c anning devi c e s are tri ppe d to l o c ate the s ource. a be am o f li ght i s i nterrupte d an d c l ose s a trans i s to ri ze d photo cell rel ay. It can be use d d1re . a beauti ful li ttle seven pound package . an d h ave f/4. i s e quippe d wi th a c l o ck dri ve .8 s e con d s o f arc.. pp . Thi s gi ves a resoluti on o f appro x i mate ly 0. ( 2b). an ultra-viol e t s c reen wi th a wi de aperture mi rro r wi ll reve al sho rte r wave l e ngth e mi s si o ns in the sky. ) S i mi l arly. c t o r he l d ove r the e yepi e ce o f a bino cul ar o r tel e s cope to che ck s mall e r o r more di s tant ob j e c ts . Thus the range i s s tre tche d from a fe w inche s to seve ral fe et wi thout burning up the quartz l ampe. And a ene c i al condens e r di s char &e pul s i n g " etro bol i te " ci rcui t wa s subs ti tute d fo r the vi brator/ tran s forme r suppl y to pul s e e i ther l amp at hundre ds o f ti me s the l i ght output o f the fac to ry uni t.we i ght desi gn. MAGNETIC ( AS WELL AS RADIATION) di s turban c e s have re ­ pe ate dl y been repo rte d as a ccomp�nyin g U FO acti v i ty.} The po cke t spectro s cope (D) wi ll anal yze i n s tantl y the l ine spe c tra o f any l i ght s ou rce. Fo r general o ve rall perform­ ance wi thout re so rting to s pe c i al fi ne grai n home pro ce s s i n g.U . I r you are thi nking o f o �ing Q�· came ra. Fo r see i n g in total darkne s s ( wi th an in fra­ re d s uo tl i ght) or fo r s cann ing the ni ght ski e s fo r " i nvi sibl e " o b j e c ts . ( Th i s d ata mi ght be us e ful in the future in atte mpting to re s olve the s ource of propul s i o n of UFO' s . A s e cond l amp was a d d e d wi th a chan ge -ove r s wi tch to provi de e i ther short or 3 660 A. (F) Que s tar te le ­ scope attache d to Pentax c am­ e ra bo dy ( s ee te xt) . At the ti me o f the Wi lkins ' " moon bri d ge " controve rs y. • O n a " se arch. Wi th a l i ttle practi ce i n vi e wi n g ne on s i gn s . a war surulus in fra-re d ' ' snoope rs cope' ' ( $14 to �1 50) ( E & F) m i ght be use ful . wh i ch is R me dium te lephoto compare d to lens e s on 3 5mm c ame ras . in Washington) can be seen at 500 x . Thi s was a s tandard " Mineral i ght Mo del M-12 o ri ginally de s i gne d to e mi t sho rt ultra-violet o f 2 537 Angs trom Un i ts . Fi g . can be seen at a gl an ce . Fall /Winte r 1 959/60 . gas e ous and ele ctroni c con s ti tuents o f a l i ght s ource ( l ine spe ctra). The s e o l d i e s can be bought us e d fo r $5 to �1 5. After a l i ttl e e xpe ri mentati on.893 cps i ns te ad of the hou s e curren� 60 c vcle s . The te l e s cope was s pe ­ c i ally de s i gne d fo r the s i mple atta chment o f e i ther the Exakta or Pe ntax came ra fo r astrophotograph y. " Th i � i s any fol din � rql l fi l m be llows -tyRe taki � g 1 20 or 620 fi lm. the s e ol d j obs are unsurpas s e d .ble to the DI'P"e s l i :ni t fo r the s tan dard 6" refle cto r. ------ Pre s ently. wi th sel f. 3 . the s o -c al l e d " do me s ' ' are attracting s o me attenti on. ( H) S . 5-6J was s i mpl y a magne ti c compas s ( l ike i te ms " H' in Fi g. Two fi ne o culars and a bui l t-in achro mati c Barl o w lens gi ve magn i fi cations o f 40x.. ) S AUCERS . l ong ul tra-viol e t. an d i f s tolen.) S AUCERS . " our tran s i stori ze d and otherwi s e mo di fle d Ge i ge r counter. and he l d " ri ght on" fo r e x ­ tende d pe rio d s . an d the bi g ne gati ve c an be enl arge d ni c e l y even wi th drug s to re pro ce s s i ng.10 · O PTICAL INSTRUMENTATION OPTICAL G AOOETS ( Fig.d io ptri c tel e s cope o f a s l i ghtl y mo di fi e d Matsukov de s i gn e mpl oying an asphe ri c corre ction pl ate ove r a 3 i-i nch o b j e c tive mi rro r fi gure d to be tte r than l /64th wave . i s l e ft on to keep tabs on vari ati ons i n back ground and arti fi c i al rad iati on . e tc . ( Cont. shoul d be vi s i bl e wi th mo de s t equi pment. a uo cket fi el d mi c ro s cope ( C) and a po cke t s pe c tro scope (D ) .INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETEC TION INSTRUl-1ENTATION FOR UFO DETECTION i s a cata.E. atmo s phe ri c re fracti on (near the hori zon).5 l en s e s wi th Co mpur �hutters to l /2 50th s e cond . for example . as are purpo rte d change s 1 n the c rate rs o f Plato.containe d loudspeak e r. whi ch i s co muara. Al ­ phonsus and Tycho . O the r innovati ons are ro tati n g pol ari zi n g fi lte rs fo r c ame ra and o cul ar to dete ct any o bject on the moon ' s s urface wi th abnormal re flectivity. Th i s c an be s e t ac cu­ rate l y i n the fi e l d to compensate fo r se asonal ch�n ge s . Fo r pre c i s e trackin g. etc. the re i s l i ttl e l o s s . c l o s e d a c i rcui t and ran g a be ll. and an ine xuenei ve one at that. Th e y c arry e as i l y fol de d i n your po cke t. WHEN IT C O MES TO UFO PHOTOGRA PHY. Tranei eto ri zati on make s battery d rain ne gl i gibl e . e tc. O ur Que s tar. Wi nte r 1 �56/57. we con­ s tructe d a battery dri ven tran s i stori ze d AC powe r source wh i ch suppl i e s 1 1 5v AC at-vari able fre ­ q uencie s fro m 50 to 70 c yc l e s .

Tranei eto ri zati on make s battery d rain ne gl i gibl e . Th e y c arry e as i l y fol de d i n your po cke t. etc. or the approxi mate col o r te mp­ e rature ( bl ack bo dy continuous spectrum). and he l d " ri ght on" fo r e x ­ tende d pe rio d s . An obje ct onl y 200 yards i n d i amete r ( about hal f again the s i ze of the Capi tol Bl d g. Thi s was a s tandard " Mineral i ght Mo del M-12 o ri ginally de s i gne d to e mi t sho rt ultra-violet o f 2 537 Angs trom Un i ts . Fall /Winte r 1 959/60 . 5-6J was s i mpl y a magne ti c compas s ( l ike i te ms " H' in Fi g. as are purpo rte d change s 1 n the c rate rs o f Plato. a uo cket fi el d mi c ro s cope ( C) and a po cke t s pe c tro scope (D ) . c t o r he l d ove r the e yepi e ce o f a bino cul ar o r tel e s cope to che ck s mall e r o r more di s tant ob j e c ts . At the ti me o f the Wi lkins ' " moon bri d ge " controve rs y. whi ch when di s turbe d. whi ch i s co muara. Th i s c an be s e t ac cu­ rate l y i n the fi e l d to compensate fo r se asonal ch�n ge s . Thi s gi ves a resoluti on o f appro x i mate ly 0. s c anning devi c e s are tri ppe d to l o c ate the s ource. 3 . O ur Que s tar. I f s o me th i ng i s bas e d on our s ate ll i te . and makin s 24x34 pi cture s . l ong ul tra-viol e t. and re d an d blue contrast fi lte rs . atmo s phe ri c re fracti on (near the hori zon). the powe r suppl y o s ci ll ato r fre ­ quency c an be s e t a t 57. c l o s e d a c i rcui t and ran g a be ll.8 s e con d s o f arc. we made many photo graphs o f the Mare C r i s 1 u m at the co rre c t co­ longi tude (te rmi nator po s i ti on}. Al ­ phonsus and Tycho . ( G ) 400mm Tele -As tronar te lephoto of unusual li ght. Thus the range i s s tre tche d from a fe w inche s to seve ral fe et wi thout burning up the quartz l ampe.E. A hi ghly charge d e le ctri c al bo dy shoul d show the emi s s i on s pe c­ trum o f the gas e s be ing ioni ze d by its pre s ence. e tc .893 cps i ns te ad of the hou s e curren� 60 c vcle s .} The po cke t spectro s cope (D) wi ll anal yze i n s tantl y the l ine spe c tra o f any l i ght s ou rce. O ne �s au­ c e r de te cto r" previous l y de s c ribe d i n the s e page s ( S AUCERS . ( Cont. The te l e s cope was s pe ­ c i ally de s i gne d fo r the s i mple atta chment o f e i ther the Exakta or Pe ntax came ra fo r astrophotograph y. Fo r pre c i s e trackin g.) S AUCERS . i t ( Cont. ) S i mi l arly. gas e ous and ele ctroni c con s ti tuents o f a l i ght s ource ( l ine spe ctra).containe d loudspeak e r. ( H) S .5 l en s e s wi th Co mpur �hutters to l /2 50th s e cond . 3 ). It can be use d d1re . e tc.. ( 2b). for example . ( The Ge i ge r c o· unte r i s i te rn '' G u in Fi g. . WHEN IT C O MES TO UFO PHOTOGRA PHY. pp . the che mi cal . Two fi ne o culars and a bui l t-in achro mati c Barl o w lens gi ve magn i fi cations o f 40x. For moon tracking. in Washington) can be seen at 500 x .we i ght desi gn. the re i s l i ttl e l o s s . MAGNETIC ( AS WELL AS RADIATION) di s turban c e s have re ­ pe ate dl y been repo rte d as a ccomp�nyin g U FO acti v i ty. a more s en s i ­ ti ve and re fine d devi ce was bui l t con s i stin g o f a dampe d compa s s nee dle an d a verti c al " di pping'' nee dle ( I) arrange d eo that i f the po inte r o f e i ther move s .11 - . the s o -c al l e d " do me s ' ' are attracting s o me attenti on. Fo r see i n g in total darkne s s ( wi th an in fra­ re d s uo tl i ght) or fo r s cann ing the ni ght ski e s fo r " i nvi sibl e " o b j e c ts . 3 ) extre me l y us e ful w·ould be li ght­ we i ght 7x3 5 wi de -an gle binoculars (A). wh i ch is R me dium te lephoto compare d to lens e s on 3 5mm c ame ras . an d the bi g ne gati ve c an be enl arge d ni c e l y even wi th drug s to re pro ce s s i ng. the s e ol d j obs are unsurpas s e d . The po rtabl e bl ack l i �h t unit ( I) de s e rve s menti on . shoul d be vi s i bl e wi th mo de s t equi pment. And a ene c i al condens e r di s char &e pul s i n g " etro bol i te " ci rcui t wa s subs ti tute d fo r the vi brator/ tran s forme r suppl y to pul s e e i ther l amp at hundre ds o f ti me s the l i ght output o f the fac to ry uni t. and found abs olute l y noth i n g out o f the o rdinary. The s e o l d i e s can be bought us e d fo r $5 to �1 5. a war surulus in fra-re d ' ' snoope rs cope' ' ( $14 to �1 50) ( E & F) m i ght be use ful . ) S AUCERS . a be am o f li ght i s i nterrupte d an d c l ose s a trans i s to ri ze d photo cell rel ay. ------ Pre s ently. O the r innovati ons are ro tati n g pol ari zi n g fi lte rs fo r c ame ra and o cul ar to dete ct any o bject on the moon ' s s urface wi th abnormal re flectivity.ble to the DI'P"e s l i :ni t fo r the s tan dard 6" refle cto r. a beauti ful li ttle seven pound package . After a l i ttl e e xpe ri mentati on. Wi nte r 1 �56/57.10 · O PTICAL INSTRUMENTATION OPTICAL G AOOETS ( Fig. 80x and 160x . " our tran s i stori ze d and otherwi s e mo di fle d Ge i ge r counter. wi th sel f. and an ine xuenei ve one at that. (F) Que s tar te le ­ scope attache d to Pentax c am­ e ra bo dy ( s ee te xt) . i s l e ft on to keep tabs on vari ati ons i n back ground and arti fi c i al rad iati on . Fi g . The fo c al length i s usuall y around 10 5mm. • O n a " se arch. A s e cond l amp was a d d e d wi th a chan ge -ove r s wi tch to provi de e i ther short or 3 660 A. an ultra-viol e t s c reen wi th a wi de aperture mi rro r wi ll reve al sho rte r wave l e ngth e mi s si o ns in the sky. I r you are thi nking o f o �ing Q�· came ra. I f the rate o f cl i ck s i n c re a s e s noti c e abl y. we con­ s tructe d a battery dri ven tran s i stori ze d AC powe r source wh i ch suppl i e s 1 1 5v AC at-vari able fre ­ q uencie s fro m 50 to 70 c yc l e s . A WORD ABOUT PLANETARY and lunar oboe rvi n g and pho to g­ raphy. the l e a s t pre tenti ous devi ce is uerhaus the mo st u�e ful . " Th i � i s any fol din � rql l fi l m be llows -tyRe taki � g 1 20 or 620 fi lm. Fall /Winte r 1 9 59/60 . i s e quippe d wi th a c l o ck dri ve . re fle ct i n g li ght mete r. ve s t-po cket 6xl 5 or 10x20 binoculars (B}. an d i f s tolen. We neve r di s c ount the po s s ibil i ty o f o b j e cts ( be s i de s j e ts ) radi ating a l o t o f heat. ( Th i s d ata mi ght be us e ful in the future in atte mpting to re s olve the s ource of propul s i o n of UFO' s . we hearti l y re c ommend the type kno wn as a "12:1ove compartme nt s pe c i al .I.d io ptri c tel e s cope o f a s l i ghtl y mo di fi e d Matsukov de s i gn e mpl oying an asphe ri c corre ction pl ate ove r a 3 i-i nch o b j e c tive mi rro r fi gure d to be tte r than l /64th wave . Wi th a l i ttle practi ce i n vi e wi n g ne on s i gn s . an d h ave f/4. Fo r general o ve rall perform­ ance wi thout re so rting to s pe c i al fi ne grai n home pro ce s s i n g.INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETEC TION INSTRUl-1ENTATION FOR UFO DETECTION i s a cata..U . can be seen at a gl an ce .

One of the s e is a vacuum-tube pho to ce ll uni t. o r s mall ''hardware ..n ex tre me l y h i gh gain. whi ch can be u s e d as a 1 1 g �t-be am re ceive r. The p re -amp i s a Fi she r H i -F1 uni t wi th s e l e c te d trans i s to rs . '' The hand ie s t gad ge t we ve foun d i s the De te c tron Mo de l 47 ( K ) whi ch has als o be en transi Ato ri ze d. and the powe r ampl i fi e r i s a low-no i s e Lafayette k i t. Two batte ry ope rate d tape re c o rders --a Bel l C ub bri e f case-type ( AJ an d a po cket Mohawk Mi d ge tape Chie f ( B) --have be en mu-me tal shi e l de d to magne ti call y qui e t the i r mo to rs . s fo rme rs in magneti c shiel ds adR. Fall /Winte r 1 959/60 - 12 - S AU CERS. EL ECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION Q I FlGURE 4 SHOWS EL ECTRONIC S EARCH an d re c o rd i n g appar­ atus . Fall /Wi nte r 1 959/60 . The s c inti l l ati on counte rs ( L & M) have one an d s i x inch c rystal s reepec �ive l y. o r held at the fo cus o f a l arge mi rro r to listen 11 to au dio variati ons in unpe r atmo s phe re l i gh ts . The re co rde rs can be fe d by a.13 - . 4. the s i ze o f a c i gare tte pack. we have to look fo r mel te d me tal fragments t me teo r! te s . So me e l e c troni c i ns trumen tation. S AUCERS . F. FOR UFO DETECTION ON A FEW OC C ASIONS . low-no i s e transi 8to ri ze d ampli fie r an d pre ampli fi e r shown he re in the i r open case ( C ) .pt"" the pre-amp to a numbe r o f input devi c e s .INSTRU I�NTATION FOR UFO DETECTION INSTRUMENTATION. I ts . i n cluding two Ftg. uni t wo rking fro m mi c ro­ wave to h i gh audio frequenci e s . Thi s " s c an s " the enti re radio ( Cont.n ce " e le c tro mete r and de mo dulato r ( D) . i n f1n1 te 1 mpe da. f?Ortable tape re co rde rs ( A&: B). The s mall de -mo dul ato r p robe i s a wi de -ban d R. and are almo s t too s ensi tive to use agai n s t to day s back ground radi ation. Ove rall gai n i s ove r 1 50 db. ) spe ctrum fo r s i gnal s .sque al wi l l lo c ate a me tal parti c le the si ze o f a pi nhead. an d a bui l �-in speake r ad de d to repl ace the he adphone s . a h i gh gain ampl i fi e r ( C ) . Hen sol dt ( N) an d Le i tz fol ding mi c roscope s roun d out the aux i l i ary fi e l d k i t. A s e lf-contai ne d s pe aker mon i to rs the input. a vol tame te r an d as so rte d coil indu c ti on pi ckups . whi l e a se ri e s of matchin g tran .

i n f1n1 te 1 mpe da. an d a bui l �-in speake r ad de d to repl ace the he adphone s . So me e l e c troni c i ns trumen tation. whi ch can be u s e d as a 1 1 g �t-be am re ceive r. uni t wo rking fro m mi c ro­ wave to h i gh audio frequenci e s . and the powe r ampl i fi e r i s a low-no i s e Lafayette k i t. and are almo s t too s ensi tive to use agai n s t to day s back ground radi ation. Thi s " s c an s " the enti re radio ( Cont. Two batte ry ope rate d tape re c o rders --a Bel l C ub bri e f case-type ( AJ an d a po cket Mohawk Mi d ge tape Chie f ( B) --have be en mu-me tal shi e l de d to magne ti call y qui e t the i r mo to rs . whi l e a se ri e s of matchin g tran .sque al wi l l lo c ate a me tal parti c le the si ze o f a pi nhead.13 - . The s c inti l l ati on counte rs ( L & M) have one an d s i x inch c rystal s reepec �ive l y. FOR UFO DETECTION ON A FEW OC C ASIONS . low-no i s e transi 8to ri ze d ampli fie r an d pre ampli fi e r shown he re in the i r open case ( C ) . The p re -amp i s a Fi she r H i -F1 uni t wi th s e l e c te d trans i s to rs .INSTRU I�NTATION FOR UFO DETECTION INSTRUMENTATION.n ex tre me l y h i gh gain. F. o r s mall ''hardware . 4. ) spe ctrum fo r s i gnal s . The s mall de -mo dul ato r p robe i s a wi de -ban d R.pt"" the pre-amp to a numbe r o f input devi c e s .n ce " e le c tro mete r and de mo dulato r ( D) . the s i ze o f a c i gare tte pack. S AUCERS . EL ECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION Q I FlGURE 4 SHOWS EL ECTRONIC S EARCH an d re c o rd i n g appar­ atus .. i n cluding two Ftg. Fall /Wi nte r 1 959/60 . I ts . One of the s e is a vacuum-tube pho to ce ll uni t. Hen sol dt ( N) an d Le i tz fol ding mi c roscope s roun d out the aux i l i ary fi e l d k i t. a vol tame te r an d as so rte d coil indu c ti on pi ckups . s fo rme rs in magneti c shiel ds adR. '' The hand ie s t gad ge t we ve foun d i s the De te c tron Mo de l 47 ( K ) whi ch has als o be en transi Ato ri ze d. o r held at the fo cus o f a l arge mi rro r to listen 11 to au dio variati ons in unpe r atmo s phe re l i gh ts . a h i gh gain ampl i fi e r ( C ) . The re co rde rs can be fe d by a. we have to look fo r mel te d me tal fragments t me teo r! te s . Ove rall gai n i s ove r 1 50 db. f?Ortable tape re co rde rs ( A&: B). Fall /Winte r 1 959/60 - 12 - S AU CERS. A s e lf-contai ne d s pe aker mon i to rs the input.

.. INSTRUl. 61 1 . AM. e le c tro s tati c an d l i ght chan ge s . :A A A lir : ·. If a UFO i s u s i n g any �ype �f d ri ve bas e d on magne ti c i n du c ti on pro pul s i on. ( Co nt. whi ch dri ve s i ta own sh!eld.. · �� FIG. �roa d c a �t b and. wri s t-watch mi c ro phone s . Thi s . Its usefullne s s would be in re ading the charge .. [�-� � �����:·::' · � . The trans i s to ri ze d s e ta i n the fo re groun d--wi th Regen c y mul ti -band transi s tqr conve rter ( F) --co ve r all h a m bands. to l i s ten �o r unfamil i ar s oun ds ori ginati ng i n the iono sphe re . We set the s e ' ' probe s " into o pe ration at re mo te si te e to s can any s i gnal s ranging fro m magne ti c i nducti on o r di sturban ce s.. Back row shows a N ati o nal N C -88 al l wave fi xe d station re ce1 ve r ( C ) fo r " ai r watch.rd at any hour of the day . Zenith aircraft band AM receiver (E).3 me . de te cts any electrostati c di s tu rban c e s . On a watch.fENTATION FOR UFO DETECTION At the lowe r l e ft 1 rr Fig.15 - . e tc . AM and aircra.l ine c i ti zens ban d ( 450 me .) S AUCERS .ft band from 200 to 400 k c .ave converter (F). Th i s parti cul ar input probe is eo s ens i ti ve th at i t wi ll e as i ly pi ck up the el i �ht magne ti c fi e l d and tap a telephone by induc­ ti on from about 1 0 fee t away wi th no conne c ti n g wi re s . on �i s tant..M re ce i ve r (D) to mon i to r the ai rc raft communi ca­ ti ons bands and a batte ry ai rcraft ban d AM re ce i ve r ( E ) .. an d c o mpl e tely bl o ck . The surplus B . i t c an only b e us e d at ful l s ensi ti vi ty at lo cati ons s e ve ral mil e s fro m powe r l i ne s . A vacuum tube wi th extre me ly hi gh input i mpe dance is rel ati vi s ti c ally shi el de d an d d ri ven as a cathode fol lowe r.C . Fall/Winter 1959/60 .. :.. the marine be acon an d ai r c ra. CO MMUNIC ATIONS INSTRUMENTATION F1G. R. an d it is po s s i bl e to s �an d a c ro ss a 30-foo t roo m... thi s wi ll he ar i t many mi l e s away . 1 .F. Al s o atmo s pheri c " whi s tle rs '' an d o the r di s turban ce s c an b e heR. battery-operated Vocaline citizens band. to r �i s e i ts i mpe dan ce to th ous A-n d s o f me gohms. whi ch fee d the re corde rs fo r sens i ti ve inte rvi ews o r when i nve s ti gating s i gh t1ngs. 4 i s an " i nfini te i mpe dan ce " ele ctromete r an d de mo dul ato r {D) . rad i A-ti on. o r coupl e d to the hi g. Regency short . the ai r c raft band Zen i th Royal 760 N avi gator (G ) i s used to re­ ceive and re co rd the re gul a r we athe r and " winds alo ft" bro ad­ c as ts.ft band transistor radios (H).ge s on the c o mb . COMMUNICATIONS INSTRUMENTATION includes surnlus BC 611-F handie­ talkies (A). Nqtional NC-B8 all wave receiver (C).F " H an dle -T alk i e s" ( A) are u s e d wi th the base s tati on fo r tri angul ati on. 5 SHOWS A FEW O F THE UNITS us e d in the fi e l d .INS TRUMENTATION FOR U FO DETECTION ANO THER INPUT DEVICE is a di re c ti onal c o i l as se mbl y woun d on a fe rri te c o re fo r de te c ti n g audio o r inducti on currents. Un fo rtunately. whe n coupl e d to the ampl i fi e r. 5. " an F. receiver (G)..8 5-4.. The s tat}. A cloud floati ng o ve rhe ad can be re co rde d as the c rackl i n g o f a mini ature thun de rs to rm as i ts ele c tro s tati c charge shi fts . comb your h ai r. Fall /Winter 1 959/60 . power supply and converter (115 AC) for non-battery units (I). while the Vo c R. aircraft and (B).14 - : :: A: . c c �arge gene rate d on the win gs of flying bi rds o ve rhead wi ll pe g the mete r. communications units FM receiver (D). . and 4 to 1 2 me gacycl es.ob j e cte..1� :. SAUCERS. O the r mo re conventional i nput transduce rs are te l ephone pi ck­ ups . The bro a d c a s t and sho rt-wave transi sto r se ta ( H ) are tuned to "watch" frequen c i es fo r the h andle -talki e s to prese rve batteri es at the base ( trail er) stati on Gons et Comman der i nstal ­ l ation. ) uni ts ( B ) are u s e d car-to -c ar. th rough au d i o . the s y s te m wi th minute c ra ckl i n g an d s tati c cha r.'!-} gai n ampl i fi e r.

The trans i s to ri ze d s e ta i n the fo re groun d--wi th Regen c y mul ti -band transi s tqr conve rter ( F) --co ve r all h a m bands. the s y s te m wi th minute c ra ckl i n g an d s tati c cha r. Zenith aircraft band AM receiver (E)..ft band transistor radios (H). INSTRUl. Th i s parti cul ar input probe is eo s ens i ti ve th at i t wi ll e as i ly pi ck up the el i �ht magne ti c fi e l d and tap a telephone by induc­ ti on from about 1 0 fee t away wi th no conne c ti n g wi re s . COMMUNICATIONS INSTRUMENTATION includes surnlus BC 611-F handie­ talkies (A). i t c an only b e us e d at ful l s ensi ti vi ty at lo cati ons s e ve ral mil e s fro m powe r l i ne s . . Al s o atmo s pheri c " whi s tle rs '' an d o the r di s turban ce s c an b e heR.. A cloud floati ng o ve rhe ad can be re co rde d as the c rackl i n g o f a mini ature thun de rs to rm as i ts ele c tro s tati c charge shi fts .ge s on the c o mb . 61 1 . c c �arge gene rate d on the win gs of flying bi rds o ve rhead wi ll pe g the mete r. If a UFO i s u s i n g any �ype �f d ri ve bas e d on magne ti c i n du c ti on pro pul s i on. We set the s e ' ' probe s " into o pe ration at re mo te si te e to s can any s i gnal s ranging fro m magne ti c i nducti on o r di sturban ce s. �roa d c a �t b and. Its usefullne s s would be in re ading the charge . 4 i s an " i nfini te i mpe dan ce " ele ctromete r an d de mo dul ato r {D) . thi s wi ll he ar i t many mi l e s away . wri s t-watch mi c ro phone s .ft band from 200 to 400 k c .. Nqtional NC-B8 all wave receiver (C).3 me . The bro a d c a s t and sho rt-wave transi sto r se ta ( H ) are tuned to "watch" frequen c i es fo r the h andle -talki e s to prese rve batteri es at the base ( trail er) stati on Gons et Comman der i nstal ­ l ation.F " H an dle -T alk i e s" ( A) are u s e d wi th the base s tati on fo r tri angul ati on..) S AUCERS . comb your h ai r.. e le c tro s tati c an d l i ght chan ge s .'!-} gai n ampl i fi e r. AM. ) uni ts ( B ) are u s e d car-to -c ar.15 - . receiver (G). 5.. the ai r c raft band Zen i th Royal 760 N avi gator (G ) i s used to re­ ceive and re co rd the re gul a r we athe r and " winds alo ft" bro ad­ c as ts. The surplus B . whe n coupl e d to the ampl i fi e r. and 4 to 1 2 me gacycl es. whi ch dri ve s i ta own sh!eld..F. 1 . an d it is po s s i bl e to s �an d a c ro ss a 30-foo t roo m. Back row shows a N ati o nal N C -88 al l wave fi xe d station re ce1 ve r ( C ) fo r " ai r watch..l ine c i ti zens ban d ( 450 me . :A A A lir : ·. · �� FIG.8 5-4. Fall/Winter 1959/60 . on �i s tant.M re ce i ve r (D) to mon i to r the ai rc raft communi ca­ ti ons bands and a batte ry ai rcraft ban d AM re ce i ve r ( E ) . :.. On a watch. to l i s ten �o r unfamil i ar s oun ds ori ginati ng i n the iono sphe re .C . CO MMUNIC ATIONS INSTRUMENTATION F1G.1� :. The s tat}.. battery-operated Vocaline citizens band. Regency short ... e tc . to r �i s e i ts i mpe dan ce to th ous A-n d s o f me gohms. an d c o mpl e tely bl o ck . Un fo rtunately. de te cts any electrostati c di s tu rban c e s ..14 - : :: A: .fENTATION FOR UFO DETECTION At the lowe r l e ft 1 rr Fig.ob j e cte.rd at any hour of the day . the marine be acon an d ai r c ra. 5 SHOWS A FEW O F THE UNITS us e d in the fi e l d .ave converter (F). Fall /Winter 1 959/60 . Thi s . power supply and converter (115 AC) for non-battery units (I).. SAUCERS. rad i A-ti on. A vacuum tube wi th extre me ly hi gh input i mpe dance is rel ati vi s ti c ally shi el de d an d d ri ven as a cathode fol lowe r. R. whi ch fee d the re corde rs fo r sens i ti ve inte rvi ews o r when i nve s ti gating s i gh t1ngs. th rough au d i o . [�-� � �����:·::' · � . aircraft and (B). o r coupl e d to the hi g. while the Vo c R. AM and aircra. " an F.INS TRUMENTATION FOR U FO DETECTION ANO THER INPUT DEVICE is a di re c ti onal c o i l as se mbl y woun d on a fe rri te c o re fo r de te c ti n g audio o r inducti on currents. communications units FM receiver (D). O the r mo re conventional i nput transduce rs are te l ephone pi ck­ ups . ( Co nt.

INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETECTION THE LARGE CONVERTER ( I ) suppl i e s 1 1 5 A. Thi s semi -automati c s e t-up wi ll make photomi c ro graphs o f any s ubje c t. the C aravan goe s to s po ts i nacce s s ibl e t o mo s t c ars . whi ch s l e e ps thre e . S o far. C . 9) clai mi n g to be o f extra-� e rre s tri a. 8).rkroo m .16 - LABORATO RY FACILITIES FIXED LABORATORY FACILITIES cons i s t o f a compl e te pho to de. Obje c tive tur­ re ts in the fo re groun d ( Fi g. 9 ) are Wi l d Flourite Phas e Con­ trast.nati c and phas e sub-sta ge con de ns ers . l i ving o r s taine d . fo r non-batte ry i ns truments . AC from c onve rte rs . One i nte re s ting s i de ­ l i ne i s the au­ tho r's coll e c ti on o f bloo d s amp �e s from s e ve ral c o n­ tac te e e. It i s kept " re ady " to move at a. i t i s e f­ fi ci ently l ai d out to prov i de c o m fo rtable l i v­ i ng . four s tage pho to ampl i fying me te r and a Robo t camera.) S AU CERS . On a full s cale " al e rt. re gard­ less o f the i r rapi di ty o f move ­ ment. e tc . The col o r came ra i s shown on the table at �-----the re ar. The Cons et Co mmande r base stati on i s •4 vi s ible a t the to p re ar o f Fi g. ful ly lo ade d . a c o mpl e te e le c troni c s l abo ratory fo r the cons truction and te s ti n g o f spe c i al ge ar ( Fi g. c oupl e d to a Ze i s s P hoto head wi th a. an d to e l i minate vi bra­ ti on problems i n o rdinary photo ­ mi c ros copy . " all o f thi s equi pment i s us e d to keep di s tant te ams po s te d an d i n tou ch . (Fig. 1 1 and fro m one or two pe rs ons ( Fig . ai r con d i tioning an d adequate l i ving fac i l i ti e s . The " winds alo ft'' in fo rmati on bro a d c a s t re gul arly on the ai rcraft ban d i s invaluabl e i n dete rmining the natural " d ri ft" di re c ti on o f bal ­ l oons . and achro mati c ­ apla. i t pro ­ v i de s ful l head roo m i ns i de . Be ing front wheel dri ve . 1 2 and 2 4 vol ts DC from li fe ti me ni ck e l ­ c a dmium s to rage batte ri e s . P o we r avai l abl e i s 6. The Ge rman DKW two-cycle engine gi ves h i ghway mileage up to 30 mpg . FIEL D FAC ILITIES THE EXTERIOR O F THE FIEL D LAB . 7. eating an d s l e e ping accomi ­ d ati one o n e x­ tende d " watche s . Thi s i s a cu stom bui l t DKW Caravan . The s trobe was spe­ ci ally de s i gne d to shoo t l i ving * mi c ro -organi s ms i n col o r . the i r blo o d te s te out to be q ui te human . and 1 1 5v. ) The latter contai n s a Le i tz Labo­ lux III s tand wi th tri ­ no cul ar photo tube . wi th developing an d enl argi n g equi pment. Al­ though s e ve ral i nche s shorte r ( bumpe r-to-bumpe r) that 1 9 59 Ame ri c an p as s enge r c are. 7. 9 sho ws the author at the photomi co graphy ap­ paratus . " ( Cont. c arryin!! mo s t o f our ge ar.17 - . and l i mi te d chemi c al an d bi ol o gi cal te s tin g faci l i ti e s . 6 ) an d narro we r than s o me . ( Cont. 6. Fall /Win te r 1 959/60 .l bi rth ." Unl ike mo s t pi ck-up truck c ampe rs . mo ment's no ti ce wi th c o mplete equi pment on bo ard . wate r. ) S AUCERS . ( Fi g . i s shown in Fi g. Fall /Winte r 1 9 59/60 . 8) de s i gn . has butane cookin g an d he at­ i n g. Ze i s s Plan-Apo chromati c ob j e cti ve s. The i n s i de ope rati on s table is i llus trate d in Fi g. coupl e d to an automati c e xpo s ure compens ating s ub-s tage s trobe ( e lec­ troni c fl ash ) of m y o wn ( Fi g.

whi ch s l e e ps thre e . 7. Ze i s s Plan-Apo chromati c ob j e cti ve s. C . It i s kept " re ady " to move at a. c arryin!! mo s t o f our ge ar. eating an d s l e e ping accomi ­ d ati one o n e x­ tende d " watche s . i s shown in Fi g." Unl ike mo s t pi ck-up truck c ampe rs . 9 ) are Wi l d Flourite Phas e Con­ trast. a c o mpl e te e le c troni c s l abo ratory fo r the cons truction and te s ti n g o f spe c i al ge ar ( Fi g. 8).l bi rth . 6 ) an d narro we r than s o me . has butane cookin g an d he at­ i n g. 1 1 and fro m one or two pe rs ons ( Fig .17 - . ( Fi g . The " winds alo ft'' in fo rmati on bro a d c a s t re gul arly on the ai rcraft ban d i s invaluabl e i n dete rmining the natural " d ri ft" di re c ti on o f bal ­ l oons . Be ing front wheel dri ve . 9 sho ws the author at the photomi co graphy ap­ paratus . (Fig. The col o r came ra i s shown on the table at �-----the re ar. an d to e l i minate vi bra­ ti on problems i n o rdinary photo ­ mi c ros copy . The Cons et Co mmande r base stati on i s •4 vi s ible a t the to p re ar o f Fi g. the i r blo o d te s te out to be q ui te human . Thi s semi -automati c s e t-up wi ll make photomi c ro graphs o f any s ubje c t. c oupl e d to a Ze i s s P hoto head wi th a. Fall /Winte r 1 9 59/60 . and l i mi te d chemi c al an d bi ol o gi cal te s tin g faci l i ti e s . wi th developing an d enl argi n g equi pment. coupl e d to an automati c e xpo s ure compens ating s ub-s tage s trobe ( e lec­ troni c fl ash ) of m y o wn ( Fi g. AC from c onve rte rs . S o far. ) S AUCERS . The Ge rman DKW two-cycle engine gi ves h i ghway mileage up to 30 mpg .nati c and phas e sub-sta ge con de ns ers . " ( Cont. Thi s i s a cu stom bui l t DKW Caravan .16 - LABORATO RY FACILITIES FIXED LABORATORY FACILITIES cons i s t o f a compl e te pho to de.) S AU CERS . 6. The s trobe was spe­ ci ally de s i gne d to shoo t l i ving * mi c ro -organi s ms i n col o r . fo r non-batte ry i ns truments . and achro mati c ­ apla. Fall /Win te r 1 959/60 . P o we r avai l abl e i s 6. FIEL D FAC ILITIES THE EXTERIOR O F THE FIEL D LAB . The i n s i de ope rati on s table is i llus trate d in Fi g. e tc . 1 2 and 2 4 vol ts DC from li fe ti me ni ck e l ­ c a dmium s to rage batte ri e s . " all o f thi s equi pment i s us e d to keep di s tant te ams po s te d an d i n tou ch . l i ving o r s taine d . wate r. 7. ) The latter contai n s a Le i tz Labo­ lux III s tand wi th tri ­ no cul ar photo tube . Obje c tive tur­ re ts in the fo re groun d ( Fi g.rkroo m . Al­ though s e ve ral i nche s shorte r ( bumpe r-to-bumpe r) that 1 9 59 Ame ri c an p as s enge r c are. mo ment's no ti ce wi th c o mplete equi pment on bo ard . and 1 1 5v. 9) clai mi n g to be o f extra-� e rre s tri a. re gard­ less o f the i r rapi di ty o f move ­ ment. On a full s cale " al e rt.INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETECTION THE LARGE CONVERTER ( I ) suppl i e s 1 1 5 A. i t i s e f­ fi ci ently l ai d out to prov i de c o m fo rtable l i v­ i ng . One i nte re s ting s i de ­ l i ne i s the au­ tho r's coll e c ti on o f bloo d s amp �e s from s e ve ral c o n­ tac te e e. ai r con d i tioning an d adequate l i ving fac i l i ti e s . 8) de s i gn . ( Cont. the C aravan goe s to s po ts i nacce s s ibl e t o mo s t c ars . i t pro ­ v i de s ful l head roo m i ns i de . ful ly lo ade d . four s tage pho to ampl i fying me te r and a Robo t camera.

A s e cond 15 s e con d tape is made of the counte r s cli ck s . the o b j e cts we re s mall whi te dots o r bl ack s s pe cks on grainy en­ l a rge ments . hundre ds o f ei ghtin gs coul d now be clas s i fi e d . that '' s o me ­ thi ng" can b e me asure d an d i denti fi e d . then wi th the ul tra-vi o l e t conve rte r . So ce rtainly telephoto len s e s are bette r able to ren der de tai l that the box Browni e s . A hypothe ti cal inve s ti gati on mi ght run as foll ows : MANY CLAIM THAT UFO ' e e mi t only i nfra-re d l i ght.i. in the re l ati ve ly few ca s e s o f pho to s . then wi th the in fra-re d snoope rs cope . Fall /Wi nte r 1959/60 . TO THE OFT-REPEATED QUERY: "Wh: do you go alo n g on s o me o f the s e i mpo s s ibl e 'contacte e ' s i o ree s . an d about fi fteen s e conds of the cli ck s " re co rde d just a s the y soun d . and whi l e obse rvi n g with bin o cul ars . An d you could look at the " l i ghts " wi th a spe ctro s cope an d ins tantly see the component col o rs . Hut the are a i s brackete d fo r ano the r hal f hour. I S THE SPEC TRUM O F A GREEN FIREBALL a continuous o r di s ­ continuous l ine s pe ctra ? I f � obs e rve r had carri e d a po ck e t s pe ctras cope an d had the pre s ence o f mind t o use thi s fountain pen-s i ze d in s trument. If e l e ctro s tati c or i oni z ati on dri ves are use d . o r from qui te a dis tance i f they are capable o f s tal l in g cars and blo cking radio s e ts . It e ven a s mall pai r o f bino cul ars had be en han dy . ai rpo rt we�the r re qo rds can de fi n i tely l ate r e �tabl i sh whe the r o r no t i t was a weathe r balloon . pe rhaps we woul d kn �w if the pheno mena 11 we re a ma s s o f ioni ze d gas s e s o r a s ol i d bl ack body radi ato r . or a d tp­ ping ne e dl e . ARRIVING A T THE SITE . roo ts o f gras s we re found s co rche d in the are a o f the reporte d "hove ring. ce rtainly a s noope rs cope wi ll show the unknown far bette r than indi s cri mi nately shoo ti n g the sky wi th an in fra­ re d camera. Ge i ge r coun­ te rs and magne tome te rs .the car is he ade d fo r the s i te .an d we go home . On an outs i de chan ce . e ven i f i t i s a bo x Browni e . But to a man . they have to leave e vi den ce . Now all i s quiet. Magneti c d i s turban ce s o f low fre quen ci e s coul d be s e en on a pocket compas s i f the y we re ne ar enough . te lephoto l ens e s . Ou r UFO turns out to be a photo ­ re connai s s an ce ai rcraft in the pro xi mi ty o f Mt. The re s e e ms to be e s trRn ge hummi n g comin g o ve r the magne ti c de te cto r . Al s o . an d a Ge i �e r counte r the re fo re woul d b e an e s s en ti al to ol fo r not only dete cti n g" but "me a suring" such acti vi ty . IN THE NOW FAMOUS DESVERGERS ( Flo ri d � S coutmas te r) case . The te lephone rings at mi dni ght. The ne gati ve re sul ts are so re co rde d . Fal l /Wi nte r 1959/60 . i s tune d in on the Zeni th Royal 760 N avi gato r. The me te r i s re ad A re co rde d on tape by vo i ce . di re ction an d time are tape re co rde d . SAUCERS . ti me . The spe ctras cope i s re ady i n a b re as t po cket.rh e re noth i n g i s vi s ible . Thi s i s the enti re ph iloeophy o f UFO ins trumentati on . But fi rst i t mus t be dete cte d . Any such fi e l d woul d be ins tantly vi s ible ( vi a mete r) an d audible ( magneti c pi ck-up) on our apparatus fro m many mi l e s di s tan t. an d e xact time no te d .INS TRUl-lENTATION FOR UFO DETE C TION INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETE CTION PEOP LE SOMETIMES ASK just what the de vi l we do wi th all o f th i s ge ar. and the en ti re we athe r report. A fte r a qui ck look . so a s ampl e o f thi s i s re co r de d on tape ." The conclus i on o f se ve ral U FO re s e archers was that an e l e ctro inducti ve fi e l d was re s non s i bl e . 330 k c. A l a rge l i ght finally appe a rs o ve r the hori zon . an d the pho to cell . an d lQQk at the thing in cas e of a s i ghting? I ve a sked many pi lots re porting UFO' s i f the i r m�gneti c pl ane com­ pas s e s swung e a s t or we st durin g the ·obs e rvati on . Wi l s on . i ts locati o n . T he Ge i ge r counte r i n the ba ck groun d i s s te ad i l y in cre asin g i ts rate .n d the "cli ck-cli ck" s ee ms s l i ghtly abo ve no rmal . you can photo graph the m.1. and can be photo graphe d only wi th i � fra-re d fi l m" I f the re i s any truth to thi s . It s o me thin g i s hol ding a U FO o ff the ground. I ' d like to be the re �' ' But more i mpo rtant. At l ea s t take a pi cture o f i t. s pe ctras cope . Ruppe lt has s tate d th at hi gh radi o a cti vity me �sure ments have co rrel ate d clo s ely wi th s o me UFO p ro xi mi ti e s . O n the way . I can only ans we r .18 - And the all e ge d magneti c pro pe rti e s o f UFO ' s are l e gend­ ary. If you can s e e the m. The cas e contai ni n g the h i gh gain audio ampl i fi e r i s a cti vate d . the 7x3 5 bino cul ars . "If anyth i n g � happen . i'le grab a du ffl e bag containi n g s e veral came rae. ( Cont. S o why not at l e a s t carry a 15¢ po cket compas s .19 - . they we re so thun de rs truck that they di dn ' t e ven LOOK at the i r compas s e s ! L i ttl e clue s l ike th i s woul d fi t valuabl e pi e ce s to the puzzl e .) S AU C ERS . win d s -al o ft bro a dca s t an d kin dre d data are re co rde d on the Mohawk po cket re co rde r fo r future re fe r­ ence . i n ducti on pi ck-up and h i gh i m­ pe dan ce e le ctro s tati c probe are tu rne d on an d balance d . wi th the di re cti on in whi ch the UFO trave l e d . i f the e vi de n ce i s ��' we shoul d have at l e a s t one obje c­ ti ve obs e rve r on board to counte ract the e xagge rati on s o f tho s e who "though t" they s aw s o me thing. An e x ci te d vo i ce an­ nounce s that a UFO i s hove ri n g o ve r Gri ffi th P ark. s o the s ky i s s canne d fi rst wi th binocul �rs . they woul d be de te ctable fo r mil e s on an in fin i te i mpe d an ce probe . e tc. N o thi ng i s vi s ibl e . s e ve ral came ras l o a de d wi th Supe r Hypan are made re a dy at hand wi th varying te l e pho to l ense s . A we ather an d marine ban d re ­ ce i ve r wi ll gi ve at l east the ' ' winds alo ft" pi cture Qn the �QQ. O r i f the time i s no te d . the Gei ge r counte r i s turne d o n a. an d the compa s s e s a re che cke d an d re ro rde d ve rball y. and pe rhaps s o me d ay dupl i cate d . along wi th the ti me and o rientati on o f the coi l an d sens i ti vi ty setti n gs . I F UFO's EXIST .

ti me . A hypothe ti cal inve s ti gati on mi ght run as foll ows : MANY CLAIM THAT UFO ' e e mi t only i nfra-re d l i ght. an d the pho to cell . The re s e e ms to be e s trRn ge hummi n g comin g o ve r the magne ti c de te cto r . IN THE NOW FAMOUS DESVERGERS ( Flo ri d � S coutmas te r) case . Magneti c d i s turban ce s o f low fre quen ci e s coul d be s e en on a pocket compas s i f the y we re ne ar enough . or a d tp­ ping ne e dl e . an d e xact time no te d . Fall /Wi nte r 1959/60 . "If anyth i n g � happen . The me te r i s re ad A re co rde d on tape by vo i ce . win d s -al o ft bro a dca s t an d kin dre d data are re co rde d on the Mohawk po cket re co rde r fo r future re fe r­ ence . A fte r a qui ck look . But to a man . So ce rtainly telephoto len s e s are bette r able to ren der de tai l that the box Browni e s . s e ve ral came ras l o a de d wi th Supe r Hypan are made re a dy at hand wi th varying te l e pho to l ense s . ( Cont. ce rtainly a s noope rs cope wi ll show the unknown far bette r than indi s cri mi nately shoo ti n g the sky wi th an in fra­ re d camera. Any such fi e l d woul d be ins tantly vi s ible ( vi a mete r) an d audible ( magneti c pi ck-up) on our apparatus fro m many mi l e s di s tan t. It s o me thin g i s hol ding a U FO o ff the ground. they have to leave e vi den ce . Fal l /Wi nte r 1959/60 . s o the s ky i s s canne d fi rst wi th binocul �rs ." The conclus i on o f se ve ral U FO re s e archers was that an e l e ctro inducti ve fi e l d was re s non s i bl e . Thi s i s the enti re ph iloeophy o f UFO ins trumentati on .18 - And the all e ge d magneti c pro pe rti e s o f UFO ' s are l e gend­ ary. an d lQQk at the thing in cas e of a s i ghting? I ve a sked many pi lots re porting UFO' s i f the i r m�gneti c pl ane com­ pas s e s swung e a s t or we st durin g the ·obs e rvati on . and pe rhaps s o me d ay dupl i cate d . Hut the are a i s brackete d fo r ano the r hal f hour. A l a rge l i ght finally appe a rs o ve r the hori zon .1. they we re so thun de rs truck that they di dn ' t e ven LOOK at the i r compas s e s ! L i ttl e clue s l ike th i s woul d fi t valuabl e pi e ce s to the puzzl e . An e x ci te d vo i ce an­ nounce s that a UFO i s hove ri n g o ve r Gri ffi th P ark. The ne gati ve re sul ts are so re co rde d . o r from qui te a dis tance i f they are capable o f s tal l in g cars and blo cking radio s e ts . On an outs i de chan ce . roo ts o f gras s we re found s co rche d in the are a o f the reporte d "hove ring. An d you could look at the " l i ghts " wi th a spe ctro s cope an d ins tantly see the component col o rs . S o why not at l e a s t carry a 15¢ po cket compas s . SAUCERS . I F UFO's EXIST . I can only ans we r . Ge i ge r coun­ te rs and magne tome te rs . i n ducti on pi ck-up and h i gh i m­ pe dan ce e le ctro s tati c probe are tu rne d on an d balance d . If e l e ctro s tati c or i oni z ati on dri ves are use d . If you can s e e the m. and the en ti re we athe r report. di re ction an d time are tape re co rde d . i ts locati o n . At l ea s t take a pi cture o f i t. i s tune d in on the Zeni th Royal 760 N avi gato r. in the re l ati ve ly few ca s e s o f pho to s . The spe ctras cope i s re ady i n a b re as t po cket. the 7x3 5 bino cul ars . s pe ctras cope . TO THE OFT-REPEATED QUERY: "Wh: do you go alo n g on s o me o f the s e i mpo s s ibl e 'contacte e ' s i o ree s . I ' d like to be the re �' ' But more i mpo rtant. pe rhaps we woul d kn �w if the pheno mena 11 we re a ma s s o f ioni ze d gas s e s o r a s ol i d bl ack body radi ato r . The te lephone rings at mi dni ght. A s e cond 15 s e con d tape is made of the counte r s cli ck s . you can photo graph the m. O r i f the time i s no te d .i. an d about fi fteen s e conds of the cli ck s " re co rde d just a s the y soun d . T he Ge i ge r counte r i n the ba ck groun d i s s te ad i l y in cre asin g i ts rate . Ruppe lt has s tate d th at hi gh radi o a cti vity me �sure ments have co rrel ate d clo s ely wi th s o me UFO p ro xi mi ti e s . Al s o .the car is he ade d fo r the s i te . then wi th the ul tra-vi o l e t conve rte r . Ou r UFO turns out to be a photo ­ re connai s s an ce ai rcraft in the pro xi mi ty o f Mt.) S AU C ERS . an d a Ge i �e r counte r the re fo re woul d b e an e s s en ti al to ol fo r not only dete cti n g" but "me a suring" such acti vi ty . Wi l s on . and whi l e obse rvi n g with bin o cul ars . the o b j e cts we re s mall whi te dots o r bl ack s s pe cks on grainy en­ l a rge ments . The cas e contai ni n g the h i gh gain audio ampl i fi e r i s a cti vate d . Now all i s quiet. i f the e vi de n ce i s ��' we shoul d have at l e a s t one obje c­ ti ve obs e rve r on board to counte ract the e xagge rati on s o f tho s e who "though t" they s aw s o me thing. and can be photo graphe d only wi th i � fra-re d fi l m" I f the re i s any truth to thi s .INS TRUl-lENTATION FOR UFO DETE C TION INSTRUMENTATION FOR UFO DETE CTION PEOP LE SOMETIMES ASK just what the de vi l we do wi th all o f th i s ge ar. e ven i f i t i s a bo x Browni e . wi th the di re cti on in whi ch the UFO trave l e d .an d we go home . i'le grab a du ffl e bag containi n g s e veral came rae.19 - . so a s ampl e o f thi s i s re co r de d on tape . te lephoto l ens e s . the Gei ge r counte r i s turne d o n a. then wi th the in fra-re d snoope rs cope . ai rpo rt we�the r re qo rds can de fi n i tely l ate r e �tabl i sh whe the r o r no t i t was a weathe r balloon . along wi th the ti me and o rientati on o f the coi l an d sens i ti vi ty setti n gs . N o thi ng i s vi s ibl e .rh e re noth i n g i s vi s ible . It e ven a s mall pai r o f bino cul ars had be en han dy . 330 k c. e tc. hundre ds o f ei ghtin gs coul d now be clas s i fi e d . that '' s o me ­ thi ng" can b e me asure d an d i denti fi e d . an d the compa s s e s a re che cke d an d re ro rde d ve rball y. ARRIVING A T THE SITE . they woul d be de te ctable fo r mil e s on an in fin i te i mpe d an ce probe . But fi rst i t mus t be dete cte d . O n the way . A we ather an d marine ban d re ­ ce i ve r wi ll gi ve at l east the ' ' winds alo ft" pi cture Qn the �QQ. I S THE SPEC TRUM O F A GREEN FIREBALL a continuous o r di s ­ continuous l ine s pe ctra ? I f � obs e rve r had carri e d a po ck e t s pe ctras cope an d had the pre s ence o f mind t o use thi s fountain pen-s i ze d in s trument.n d the "cli ck-cli ck" s ee ms s l i ghtly abo ve no rmal .

Ho wever. R ay St an ford has refus ed to reveal t he n ames o f t he ei ght addi ti onal wi tnes s es bec aus e he fears he '' mi ght run into l egal matters . Augus t 1. The 1 6mm fi l m is exc ell en t {s ee co ver}. But one s i ghting was very exc ept ional as i t o c curred in dayli g ht and had nine kno wn wi tness es {four o f t hem formerl y s k ept i c s }. and a photogr aphi c rec o rd was made o f thi s o c curren c e. The di s c went downward a s ho rt di s t an c e. ) �tgneouely wi t h t he 8mm. t he l at t er t wo o f whi c h were {unlike mo s t humans ) compl etel y ob­ j ec t i ve. I am pl eas ed to name t hes e t ru s t wo rt hy observers : a 1 6mm Keys tone K51 Execut i ve mot ion pi c ture camera wi t h a 75mm Kern Yvar t el epho t o and an 8mm K eys tone K27 C apri c amera wi th a 25mm l en s . Texa s . whi c h s eemed to have t he s ame angul ar di ameter as t he full moon when i t i s FRAME ENLARGEMENT from 8mm fi l m re­ nearl y o verhead. I advi s ed agai n s t such pro c edure. Stan fo rd sai d t hat hi e 8mm and 1 6mm fi l ms were unpro ces s ed. co mpri s in g no t mo re t han three o r four feet . O t her s c enes s ho w t he jet contrai l as fol l o ws : {1 ) Befo re i t began i t s di ve at t he UFO . ( Cont. numerous UFO'e were repo rted by res ident s o f Co rpus Chri s t i . 1 9 59. ) SAUCERS . And j ets do not l eave contrai l s at al t i tudes below 30. i n my front yard at 2629 L yn c h St reet i n Co rpus C hri s t i . Fall /Winter 1 959/60 . The s econd ob j ect t hat ap­ peared rel eas ed a s mall. {3 ) man y s cenes duri ng t he di ve s ho wing t he j et appro ach­ ing ever nearer to t he rel at i vely l arge cra ft ( wi t h clouds as referen ce o b j ec t s ) . and inaui red as to �hether he shoul d s end t hem di rec tl y to NI CAP. ci �ar-ehaped c ra ft were vi sibl e i n t he sky at the same t i me ( having come i nto vi ew in a sequence) . The mo s t i nt eres ting as pec t o f t he observat i on was a jet ai rc ra.c ks su ffi c i ent res olution. And. feari n g t hat NI C AP was not suf­ fi c i ently acquainted wi t h t he pro cedu re o f havin g fi lms pro ces s ed and o f t he c areful handl ing requi red fo r suc h fil ms a ft er pro ces ­ s in g . T he above was one o f t he mo s t exc i t in g aspect s o f t he s i ghting. T he mo vi e s ho ws ho w t he j et alt ered i t s cours e duri ng obvious ­ l y c al cul ated man euvers rel ati ve to t he UFO. as t. whi c h he di d. and ( 4 ) t he j et and i t s rap i dl y di s s i ­ pat in g cont rai l ( due t o a lo s s o f al t i tude during t he di ve) pas s in g bes i de and presumably only a few hundred feet fro m t he huge c ra ft . Whi l e s o me o f t hes e were goo d repo rt s . po rtedly s ho wing t he j et beginni n g i t s 1 1 di ve1 1 a t t he UFO. Thi s i n di c ates t hat t he c raft may have been up to 400 feet in l engt h. E ac h o f t he c ra ft were s harpl y outlined and o f a blue-whi t e opaque appearan c e fo r t he fi rst 10-12 s econds . ( The ob j ect was t i l ted down­ ward to ward t he c amera in t he repro ductions on t he co ver. f t t hat dove at one o f t he four l arge. whi c h was unfo rtunatel y expo s ed without the proper 185 convers i on fi l t er. t hen s ped upward at about a 4 50 angle unt i l i t di s appeared into t he di s t an c e. t here i s s o me o ver-expo sure and i mpro per col o r bal an c e i n s ai d fi l m--Edi . I mi ght add t hat t here were reall y el even wi tnes ses . THE SI GHTI NG TOOK PLAC E between 2 : 10 and 2 : 20 p. The j et mus t have pas s ed wi thin a few hundred feet o f t he UFO.THE JULY 28 MOVI ES By RAY STANFORD {EDI TOR'S NO TE : Saturday mo rn in g.m. Un­ fo rtunately.21 - . 000 feet. Don C handler fi l med almo s t t he enti re di spl ay with t he 8mm camera . Fall /Wi nter 1 9 59/60 . Ray S tan fo rd pl aced a long di st an c e t elephone c al l to t he E di to r to in fo rm hi m o f the t wo po ssibl e UFO mo t ion pi c tures des c ri bed belo w. Jul y 28.) tof S AUCERS . Al s o . ) It was whi l e t hi s glo w sur­ rounded t he UFO t hat t he di s c darted u � ward. " But he st ates t hat "any inves t i gators who woul d come here and perso nal l y invest i gate woul d meet t he l o c al wi t ­ nee see fo r themeel vee. c ylindri cal-s haped c ra ft in t he sky. As s hown in t he mo vi e fi lm.) I recorded t wo very interes t i n g s cenes wi th t he 16mm camera Dayl ight Ko dachrome--� .s s ed near t he ob j ec t . ) • . Now. What they 'saw' was undi sto rted by prejudi c e or wis h­ ful t hi nking. THREE O F THE LARGE .. one o r t wo s cenes are i dent i c al in t he 8mm an d 16mm fi l m s .�_ge l a.ne ac compan y in g illus trations i n di c at e. now. and al l wi t nes s es wat c hed in wonderment as t he co mparat i vel y tiny j et appro a c hed t he c raft . Durin g t hi s t i me. but t he UFO s equen c e i s extremely sho rt . • * * * FROM JULY 27 THROUGH AUGUST 2. t hen began to glo w a bri ght whi te. 1 959. on t he a ft ernoon o f Tues day. and a fourt h was obs erved and fi l med about fi ve minutes l at er. Thi s wri t er had the fi rs t opportun i t y to vi ew the fi l me. t he majo ri ty o bvious l y had s i mpl e ex­ pl anat ions . Ray S t an fo rd {Cont . di s pl aying t he famil i ar "hand-hel d c amera j ump. H en c e. t hi s o c curren c e enabl ed t he witness es t o esti mat e t he min i mum al t i ­ tude o f t he UFO. Mo s t frames s how dri ft in g cl ouds a s referen c e po inte. t he object was about fi ve ti mes as l arge as the wi dt h o f t he j et 's cont rai l . {The fi l m in t he 8mm c amera was TY. fo r t he j et was l e�_vin g a cont rai l as i t pa. 1 959. whi c h was s everal days be fo re they were fo rwarded to S t an fo rd.20 - THE JUL Y 28 MOVIES SO FAR AS WE KNOW. The 1 6mm c amera was on a t ripo d but t he 8 Wm was hand-held. fo r the fi rst t i me. ( 2 ) as i t began t he di ve . bri ght o b j ec t be­ neath i t . t he obs ervers had �o rne reference o b j ect by whi ch t hey coul d es t i mate t he c r a ft s s i ze. I suggested t hat S t an fo rd s end hi s fi lms to a Los Angel es pho tograuhi c con�ul t ant known to bo t h o f ue. pe A Kodachrome. The 8mm foo t­ . making si mul ation exceedingl y improbabl e. t hi s was t he fi rs t c a s e wherein a UFO was fi lmed by t wo mo vi e c amerae at t he same t i me.

And j ets do not l eave contrai l s at al t i tudes below 30.ne ac compan y in g illus trations i n di c at e. whi c h s eemed to have t he s ame angul ar di ameter as t he full moon when i t i s FRAME ENLARGEMENT from 8mm fi l m re­ nearl y o verhead. ( The ob j ect was t i l ted down­ ward to ward t he c amera in t he repro ductions on t he co ver. i n my front yard at 2629 L yn c h St reet i n Co rpus C hri s t i . t hi s was t he fi rs t c a s e wherein a UFO was fi lmed by t wo mo vi e c amerae at t he same t i me. Now. numerous UFO'e were repo rted by res ident s o f Co rpus Chri s t i . Ho wever. co mpri s in g no t mo re t han three o r four feet . I am pl eas ed to name t hes e t ru s t wo rt hy observers : a 1 6mm Keys tone K51 Execut i ve mot ion pi c ture camera wi t h a 75mm Kern Yvar t el epho t o and an 8mm K eys tone K27 C apri c amera wi th a 25mm l en s . Mo s t frames s how dri ft in g cl ouds a s referen c e po inte. ) �tgneouely wi t h t he 8mm. t he obs ervers had �o rne reference o b j ect by whi ch t hey coul d es t i mate t he c r a ft s s i ze. Stan fo rd sai d t hat hi e 8mm and 1 6mm fi l ms were unpro ces s ed. As s hown in t he mo vi e fi lm. t hen s ped upward at about a 4 50 angle unt i l i t di s appeared into t he di s t an c e. Ray S t an fo rd {Cont .21 - . The di s c went downward a s ho rt di s t an c e. ) • . f t t hat dove at one o f t he four l arge. Thi s i n di c ates t hat t he c raft may have been up to 400 feet in l engt h. " But he st ates t hat "any inves t i gators who woul d come here and perso nal l y invest i gate woul d meet t he l o c al wi t ­ nee see fo r themeel vee. Don C handler fi l med almo s t t he enti re di spl ay with t he 8mm camera . but t he UFO s equen c e i s extremely sho rt . Texa s . 000 feet. Un­ fo rtunately. Fall /Winter 1 959/60 . di s pl aying t he famil i ar "hand-hel d c amera j ump. Fall /Wi nter 1 9 59/60 .20 - THE JUL Y 28 MOVIES SO FAR AS WE KNOW. Thi s wri t er had the fi rs t opportun i t y to vi ew the fi l me.c ks su ffi c i ent res olution. {3 ) man y s cenes duri ng t he di ve s ho wing t he j et appro ach­ ing ever nearer to t he rel at i vely l arge cra ft ( wi t h clouds as referen ce o b j ec t s ) . fo r the fi rst t i me. T he mo vi e s ho ws ho w t he j et alt ered i t s cours e duri ng obvious ­ l y c al cul ated man euvers rel ati ve to t he UFO. The j et mus t have pas s ed wi thin a few hundred feet o f t he UFO. The s econd ob j ect t hat ap­ peared rel eas ed a s mall. fo r t he j et was l e�_vin g a cont rai l as i t pa.THE JULY 28 MOVI ES By RAY STANFORD {EDI TOR'S NO TE : Saturday mo rn in g. making si mul ation exceedingl y improbabl e. Durin g t hi s t i me. and inaui red as to �hether he shoul d s end t hem di rec tl y to NI CAP. and al l wi t nes s es wat c hed in wonderment as t he co mparat i vel y tiny j et appro a c hed t he c raft .�_ge l a. 1 959. ( 2 ) as i t began t he di ve . I suggested t hat S t an fo rd s end hi s fi lms to a Los Angel es pho tograuhi c con�ul t ant known to bo t h o f ue. What they 'saw' was undi sto rted by prejudi c e or wis h­ ful t hi nking. po rtedly s ho wing t he j et beginni n g i t s 1 1 di ve1 1 a t t he UFO. 1 959. T he above was one o f t he mo s t exc i t in g aspect s o f t he s i ghting. ) SAUCERS . E ac h o f t he c ra ft were s harpl y outlined and o f a blue-whi t e opaque appearan c e fo r t he fi rst 10-12 s econds . O t her s c enes s ho w t he jet contrai l as fol l o ws : {1 ) Befo re i t began i t s di ve at t he UFO . Jul y 28. THE SI GHTI NG TOOK PLAC E between 2 : 10 and 2 : 20 p. • * * * FROM JULY 27 THROUGH AUGUST 2.m. The mo s t i nt eres ting as pec t o f t he observat i on was a jet ai rc ra. R ay St an ford has refus ed to reveal t he n ames o f t he ei ght addi ti onal wi tnes s es bec aus e he fears he '' mi ght run into l egal matters . t he majo ri ty o bvious l y had s i mpl e ex­ pl anat ions .. H en c e. and ( 4 ) t he j et and i t s rap i dl y di s s i ­ pat in g cont rai l ( due t o a lo s s o f al t i tude during t he di ve) pas s in g bes i de and presumably only a few hundred feet fro m t he huge c ra ft . whi c h was unfo rtunatel y expo s ed without the proper 185 convers i on fi l t er.s s ed near t he ob j ec t . t hi s o c curren c e enabl ed t he witness es t o esti mat e t he min i mum al t i ­ tude o f t he UFO. The 1 6mm c amera was on a t ripo d but t he 8 Wm was hand-held. Augus t 1. I advi s ed agai n s t such pro c edure.) tof S AUCERS . The 8mm foo t­ . feari n g t hat NI C AP was not suf­ fi c i ently acquainted wi t h t he pro cedu re o f havin g fi lms pro ces s ed and o f t he c areful handl ing requi red fo r suc h fil ms a ft er pro ces ­ s in g . ( Cont. t here i s s o me o ver-expo sure and i mpro per col o r bal an c e i n s ai d fi l m--Edi . t he object was about fi ve ti mes as l arge as the wi dt h o f t he j et 's cont rai l . THREE O F THE LARGE .) I recorded t wo very interes t i n g s cenes wi th t he 16mm camera Dayl ight Ko dachrome--� . {The fi l m in t he 8mm c amera was TY. bri ght o b j ec t be­ neath i t . whi c h was s everal days be fo re they were fo rwarded to S t an fo rd. t he l at t er t wo o f whi c h were {unlike mo s t humans ) compl etel y ob­ j ec t i ve. pe A Kodachrome. ci �ar-ehaped c ra ft were vi sibl e i n t he sky at the same t i me ( having come i nto vi ew in a sequence) . whi c h he di d. c ylindri cal-s haped c ra ft in t he sky. one o r t wo s cenes are i dent i c al in t he 8mm an d 16mm fi l m s . Ray S tan fo rd pl aced a long di st an c e t elephone c al l to t he E di to r to in fo rm hi m o f the t wo po ssibl e UFO mo t ion pi c tures des c ri bed belo w. But one s i ghting was very exc ept ional as i t o c curred in dayli g ht and had nine kno wn wi tness es {four o f t hem formerl y s k ept i c s }. I mi ght add t hat t here were reall y el even wi tnes ses . Whi l e s o me o f t hes e were goo d repo rt s . on t he a ft ernoon o f Tues day. 1 9 59. now. and a fourt h was obs erved and fi l med about fi ve minutes l at er. and a photogr aphi c rec o rd was made o f thi s o c curren c e. t hen began to glo w a bri ght whi te. ) It was whi l e t hi s glo w sur­ rounded t he UFO t hat t he di s c darted u � ward. Al s o . The 1 6mm fi l m is exc ell en t {s ee co ver}. as t. And.

the Nat ional Inve st igat ions Co mmi ttee on Aeri al Pheno men a . Firs t c l ass copie s o f t he two movie s will be made availabl e (at no cost t o re­ spons ible inve s tigators ) fo r anal ys is. the re is re sentment o f NICAP in so me quart e rs and some groupe which are sharply c rit ic al o f NICAP. aft e r a view s e conds . Keyho e . � � � !lyin g S aucers by Aime Mi c he l. PERHAPS THE MAJOR SOURCE o f dis agre e ment among UFO groups is the pro ble m o f dealin g with claims of cont act with space men . W. ) · SAUCERS . towards whic h my fulle st coope rat ion is ple d ge d . .) * * . compl e t e ac counts o f this o c curre n c e will be re corde d and sent free of charge . About ninety minute s was spent by t he Se curity O ffice r in asking que s t ions re gardin g our obs e rvat ion .e chan ge d very lit t l e since that time --the bas ic problem is st ill l ack o f adequat e finan c ial support to ope rat e as e f­ fic iently as is e xpe cte d o f us .e o f t he same colo r an d at firs t o f t he same shape . that the o b j ect s po ppe d in to view. part icul arl y in Fran c e . D. " I pe rsonally fee l privil e ge d to have been one o f t he witne s se s o f t he aerial displ ay and to ha. ) \. a c c o rdin g to Mr. c han ge d colo r and brillian ce and . pp. and tha. also by Mich� � ' cont ains a quant ity of refe ren c e s to s imil ar o b j e c t s . We re fe r­ re d to a singul ar o b j e c t above . It is the Editort s not ine xpe rien c e d opinion that the c ame ras did photo graph a vis ible o b j e c t . dis ­ s ipate d . and we re quite e xc ite d when we t ol d the m t hat we had fil me d a j e t divin g at the UFO. the c ritic isms are at le ast partly val id . 11 The cloud-l ike fo rmation aroun d t he c raft wa.bly s imi l ar to s everal cl ass ic UFO inc idents. The s ituat i on as de�cribe d in Major Keyhoe e an swe rs ha. What the o b j e c t was re mains. t he fUll detail s o f this Jul y 28 in cide nt will no t be bro ache d he re in. Al t hough subj e ctive as­ pe c t s mus t not be t aken too s e riou s l y by t he ob j e c t ive re ­ s e arche r . I shoul d l ike herewith t o invite ob je c t ive inve st igat ion of t his inc ident an d /o r t he movie foo tage . S t anfo rd .THE THE JULY 28 MOVIES Afte r t he o bj e c t s turne d bright wh it e . an ionization fo rme d around t hem an d t he y rapidly 11d ieeipa. IN THE SUMMER 1 958 (Vo l .. but it shoul d be ment ione d t hat te lephone in­ q ue rie s about the brilliant d ay­ l ight vis ibility o f Venue a c count for t he witne sse s bein g pre sent an d the two movie c ame ras having been se t up an d re ady to phot o­ gra�h . (Cont . il lust rat ions. On the o the r h an d . N.nt pre ssure fro m tho se who (Cont . who "Are very inte re st e d in t he se t hings.ve h ad the oppo rtun ity to o pe rate t he 1 6 mm c ame ra. but in a mat t e r o f se con d s t he o b j e c t s h ad co mpl etely "dis so lve d " in mid-air. an enigma . Mi ll e r publis he d "Que Ptions About NICAP" whic h we re an s we re d by Majo r Don al d E . Mill e r sugge ste d . It s houl d be note d t hat the Co rpus Chris t i sightin g is re marka. No c a ll has be en re c e ive d . e e to p p . a balloon could not po s sibly co incide wi th the d �s c ript � oneo ffe re d by the wi tne s se s--i. . 00 per annum. in clu ding t he Chie f Se curity O ffic e r (at a lowe r o ffice r ' s reque st ) . The firs t po �s ibil i ty t o c ro s s our minds was a po lye the lyn e -type balloon . e . No . E d itor Max B . Dt re ctor o f NICAP. but t iny 8mm frame c anno t re solve de t ail . There ie no denying t hat we have made mist ake s and a t time s fail e d t o d o t hings whic h we shoul d have done . Refe r.. some o f the mo s t vicious attack8 on NICAP have been made by people who kno w ve ry lit tle about our pro b­ l e ms . . As Mr. In some in s t ances. an d t he se attacks h ave been entirely unfounde d .nt gein s s in c e t hat time . but we have neve r he ard of any o f t he shape re co rde d . ) S AUCERS . This inc l udes suc h o rganizations as NICAP and Congre ssional inve stigat ive bo die s. but four in all we re obs e rve d by the witne s s e s . fo r on ly one o b j e c t was pho to graphe d . Al so . NICAP is un de r const a. But the re have been importe.t it may movie frame showing cont rail have been in t ende d o r d ire c te d curving slightly around UFO . VI. Fall /Win ter 1 959/60 . Fall /Win t e r 1 959/60 . ) THE FUTURE O F UFO INVESTIG ATION By RICHARD HALL (Ed itor's � Richard H all i s the S e c re t ary of NICAP. Washington 6 . 1536 Conne c t icut Ave . Ape rture o n t he 8mm c ame ra was set a t f/8 an d the 1 6mm was s e t at appro ximate ly f/1 0 . They said t hey h a d no e xpl anation fo r t he pheno menon . 26 . C. 1 ) issue o f SAUCERS .t e d . The o ffice r who took mo s t o f the data said the inform ation woul d be forwarde d to the Air Fo rce . !lying S aucere and the S t raight-L ine MY�. o f cours e . Fo r inve s t igative o r othe r groups fUrnishin g t ape s. provide d intell igent c it izens be come aware of the proble ms fac in g pione e rs in this fie l d and pit ch in to he lp.22 - JULY 28 MOVIES (E d it or's �e : In con c lus ion .l46 and 148. an d that super-impo sure o r double-e xpo sure c oul d not ac count fo r the image s pro duced.23 - . BECAUSE O F SPACE L IMITATIONS . seve ral of the witne s­ se s have considere d t he po ss i­ bil ity t hat this displ ay was not EXTREME ENLARGEMENT fro m 8mm a c c idental . It may be wort hy to note t hat the sightin g was imme d i­ ately re po rte d to l o c al n aval autho rit ie s . pre sumabl� by so we pro c e ss o f ionizat i o n . by whatever intel ligen c e· con­ This is t he same o b j e ct that t ro l le d t he c raft that we obis repro duc e d in our cover se rve d an d pho to graphe d . Membe rship is o pen to anyone at $ 5 . Naval Se curity pro mise d t hat we woul d re ce ive a t e lephone c all from t hem if t hey o r t he Air Fo rce shoul d eve r ident ify t he UFO as anything convent ional . The ul t imate suc ce s s o f t he movement to ge t the fac t s about UFO ' e is in s ight . we might s t ate fo r the re cord that bo t h mo tion picture c ame ras were ope rating at 16 frame s pe r s e con d .

. D. Al so .) * * . pp. Membe rship is o pen to anyone at $ 5 . an d t he se attacks h ave been entirely unfounde d . that the o b j ect s po ppe d in to view. Fall /Win ter 1 959/60 . provide d intell igent c it izens be come aware of the proble ms fac in g pione e rs in this fie l d and pit ch in to he lp. But the re have been importe. There ie no denying t hat we have made mist ake s and a t time s fail e d t o d o t hings whic h we shoul d have done . 1536 Conne c t icut Ave . S t anfo rd . Dt re ctor o f NICAP. The o ffice r who took mo s t o f the data said the inform ation woul d be forwarde d to the Air Fo rce . pre sumabl� by so we pro c e ss o f ionizat i o n . also by Mich� � ' cont ains a quant ity of refe ren c e s to s imil ar o b j e c t s . 1 ) issue o f SAUCERS . the re is re sentment o f NICAP in so me quart e rs and some groupe which are sharply c rit ic al o f NICAP. and we re quite e xc ite d when we t ol d the m t hat we had fil me d a j e t divin g at the UFO. Fall /Win t e r 1 959/60 . N. part icul arl y in Fran c e . an enigma . BECAUSE O F SPACE L IMITATIONS .nt gein s s in c e t hat time . E d itor Max B .bly s imi l ar to s everal cl ass ic UFO inc idents. by whatever intel ligen c e· con­ This is t he same o b j e ct that t ro l le d t he c raft that we obis repro duc e d in our cover se rve d an d pho to graphe d . dis ­ s ipate d . we might s t ate fo r the re cord that bo t h mo tion picture c ame ras were ope rating at 16 frame s pe r s e con d . . .e chan ge d very lit t l e since that time --the bas ic problem is st ill l ack o f adequat e finan c ial support to ope rat e as e f­ fic iently as is e xpe cte d o f us . but t iny 8mm frame c anno t re solve de t ail . � � � !lyin g S aucers by Aime Mi c he l. In some in s t ances. e . a c c o rdin g to Mr. W. but it shoul d be ment ione d t hat te lephone in­ q ue rie s about the brilliant d ay­ l ight vis ibility o f Venue a c count for t he witne sse s bein g pre sent an d the two movie c ame ras having been se t up an d re ady to phot o­ gra�h . 11 The cloud-l ike fo rmation aroun d t he c raft wa. il lust rat ions. some o f the mo s t vicious attack8 on NICAP have been made by people who kno w ve ry lit tle about our pro b­ l e ms . e e to p p . seve ral of the witne s­ se s have considere d t he po ss i­ bil ity t hat this displ ay was not EXTREME ENLARGEMENT fro m 8mm a c c idental . the Nat ional Inve st igat ions Co mmi ttee on Aeri al Pheno men a . About ninety minute s was spent by t he Se curity O ffice r in asking que s t ions re gardin g our obs e rvat ion . compl e t e ac counts o f this o c curre n c e will be re corde d and sent free of charge .t it may movie frame showing cont rail have been in t ende d o r d ire c te d curving slightly around UFO . Refe r. 26 . Keyho e . o f cours e ..l46 and 148.nt pre ssure fro m tho se who (Cont . the c ritic isms are at le ast partly val id . It s houl d be note d t hat the Co rpus Chris t i sightin g is re marka. but four in all we re obs e rve d by the witne s s e s . C. ) \. Mi ll e r publis he d "Que Ptions About NICAP" whic h we re an s we re d by Majo r Don al d E . IN THE SUMMER 1 958 (Vo l . The ul t imate suc ce s s o f t he movement to ge t the fac t s about UFO ' e is in s ight . !lying S aucere and the S t raight-L ine MY�. ) THE FUTURE O F UFO INVESTIG ATION By RICHARD HALL (Ed itor's � Richard H all i s the S e c re t ary of NICAP. 00 per annum. who "Are very inte re st e d in t he se t hings. aft e r a view s e conds . It is the Editort s not ine xpe rien c e d opinion that the c ame ras did photo graph a vis ible o b j e c t . I shoul d l ike herewith t o invite ob je c t ive inve st igat ion of t his inc ident an d /o r t he movie foo tage . an ionization fo rme d around t hem an d t he y rapidly 11d ieeipa. No c a ll has be en re c e ive d . On the o the r h an d . Fo r inve s t igative o r othe r groups fUrnishin g t ape s. towards whic h my fulle st coope rat ion is ple d ge d . in clu ding t he Chie f Se curity O ffic e r (at a lowe r o ffice r ' s reque st ) .ve h ad the oppo rtun ity to o pe rate t he 1 6 mm c ame ra. fo r on ly one o b j e c t was pho to graphe d . Washington 6 . Al t hough subj e ctive as­ pe c t s mus t not be t aken too s e riou s l y by t he ob j e c t ive re ­ s e arche r . PERHAPS THE MAJOR SOURCE o f dis agre e ment among UFO groups is the pro ble m o f dealin g with claims of cont act with space men . (Cont . Ape rture o n t he 8mm c ame ra was set a t f/8 an d the 1 6mm was s e t at appro ximate ly f/1 0 . an d that super-impo sure o r double-e xpo sure c oul d not ac count fo r the image s pro duced. The s ituat i on as de�cribe d in Major Keyhoe e an swe rs ha. ) · SAUCERS . They said t hey h a d no e xpl anation fo r t he pheno menon .e o f t he same colo r an d at firs t o f t he same shape . No .t e d . t he fUll detail s o f this Jul y 28 in cide nt will no t be bro ache d he re in.. We re fe r­ re d to a singul ar o b j e c t above . and tha. a balloon could not po s sibly co incide wi th the d �s c ript � oneo ffe re d by the wi tne s se s--i. c han ge d colo r and brillian ce and . As Mr. ) S AUCERS . NICAP is un de r const a. Mill e r sugge ste d . but we have neve r he ard of any o f t he shape re co rde d . " I pe rsonally fee l privil e ge d to have been one o f t he witne s se s o f t he aerial displ ay and to ha.THE THE JULY 28 MOVIES Afte r t he o bj e c t s turne d bright wh it e .23 - . What the o b j e c t was re mains. but in a mat t e r o f se con d s t he o b j e c t s h ad co mpl etely "dis so lve d " in mid-air. The firs t po �s ibil i ty t o c ro s s our minds was a po lye the lyn e -type balloon .22 - JULY 28 MOVIES (E d it or's �e : In con c lus ion . VI. Naval Se curity pro mise d t hat we woul d re ce ive a t e lephone c all from t hem if t hey o r t he Air Fo rce shoul d eve r ident ify t he UFO as anything convent ional . Firs t c l ass copie s o f t he two movie s will be made availabl e (at no cost t o re­ spons ible inve s tigators ) fo r anal ys is. It may be wort hy to note t hat the sightin g was imme d i­ ately re po rte d to l o c al n aval autho rit ie s . This inc l udes suc h o rganizations as NICAP and Congre ssional inve stigat ive bo die s.

Howe ve r . maintain only t hat t he re is no pro of . we have not hing to o ffe r . In the firs t depa rtment . As a re sul t . we can p ro mis e to do our l e vel be s t within our me ans to ge t t he facts . w e wil l not subs t itute quan t ity fo r quality o r cont ro ve rt t he pol icy e st abl is he d by the Bo ard o f Gove rno rs . o the rwis e we would have given up lon g ago . If UFO'e are s pace s hips . membe r­ s hips have been e xten de d auto m� t ic ally to in clude 1 2 publi­ cation s . In add ition to t he s e g ain s . no t ic e ­ able pro gre s s ha s been made . • SAUCERS . Liaison with Congre s s is one o f our ma j o r activitie s .o. ) S AUCERS . s e ve ral al re ady active . G . s o me t ime s fo rc e d to de l ay publ ic ations whil e await in g enough fund s fo r prin t in g co s t s . As such it require s a re R. Un t il the re is proo f. Al t hough t he vo lume 0 f mate rial c al l s fo r n le ast one full -t ime fil e cle rk . H owe ve r . working con­ s t antly to dig up fa c t s . Fall /Winte r 1 9 59/60 . the publicat ion o f endle e s pole mic s about t he se cl aims s e rve s no goo d purpo s e an d det racts fro m se rious atten t ion to fac tual in fo rmat ion . an d in dividual me mbe rs o f Congre s s have given spe c ial he lp which coul d l e ad to a bre e. who wo rks part -time in the e venin g .. The fac t t hat NICAP is a non -pro fit o rge. " -H .y even the s al arie s o f t he pre s ent s mall s ta ff . � The past is but t he be ginnin g of a be ginning . an d a s t a f f l arge enough to han dle a voluminous co rre �nondence e ffic ient l y . The Discovery . The bae ic s t ruc ture o f NICAP i s unque s t ionably soun d .A on �bl e amount o f o ffice space .25 - • • . We l l s . The Bo ard o f Go ve rno rs in c lude s nro minent c itizen s who co m­ mand re spe c t .nd fro m me mbe rs of Congre s s . an d we are o ft en c rit ic ize d 'fo r not givin g ''equai space to the peopl e who make t he s e cl aims . Fo r fac t -o riente d peopl e . c o rre l a t e an d publ ie h in fo rmation ..a re gul ar s alary .THE FUTURE O F UFO INVES TIG ATION THE FU TURE O F UFO INVES TIGATION are in cl � ne d to be l ie ve one o r mo re o f t he s o -c alle d � con­ t acte � e. Fall /Winte r 1959/60 . (Al t hough w e have not been abl e to publis h once a mont h as s c he dul e d .. The futuro o f UFO inve s t igat ion re s t s wit h you . we a re att ackin g the UFO probl em on two gene ral fronts : { 1 ) throu gh l e gal and con s t itutional me an s . C rit ic s o f' our po l icy toward cont actees have o ften s aid : � S inc e you obvious ly t ake it s e rious l y t hat space s hips might be vis iting t he e arth. an d a l it­ tle mo re . how can you deny Adams k i and all t he o the r contact s to rie s ?'' To c l e ar up a misunde rs t an d in g . to keep t he publ ic in fo rme d o f UFO a c t ivity . we re tml R rl y gathe r in fo r­ mation about contac t c l a ims fo r e val uation . not rumo rs and unfounde d t al e s . ( 2 ) through in dependent inve s t igat ion . and t he ir unde r s t a. that such a cont act has t aken pl ace yet . and we will t ry to be re spons ive to hone s t co mpl aints . no fund s s. S ubco mmit tees e re unde r fo rmat ion in e ight s t at e s and two Can adian Pro vin c e s . With a bud ge t so l imit e d t hat we o ft en run s ho rt of po et ­ a ge . we have to be extre me ly critic al an d de mand s o l id e vi dence . o r e ven s t rong e viden ce . in fac t a gre at deal of t ime an d money has been donate d to keep NICAP in exis tenc e . All t hree o f us be l ie ve s t rongly in the pur­ po s e of NI C AP . in d icates t he. and myself. NICAP hae e vidence ten d in g to d is c re dit othe r maj o r c ont actee s . and new coope ration by e xisting s c ientific o rganiz ations . Fo r t ho s e who will be l ie ve what t he y want to be l ie ve . o r a s t rong c as e . THE ACQUISITIO N O F SEVERAL new s c ient ific advis e rs . this do e s no t mean t hat Ad amsk i's s to rie s have t o be t rue . At p re �ent t he s t aff con s is t s o f three peopl e : Ma j o r Keyho e . We do no t inten d to give up t he battl e . NICAP ' s pro bl e ms are on t he practic al l e ve l . fil e c abinet s . howe ve r . With this backgroun d .k through in the next se s s ion o f Con gre s s ( pro vide d NICAP is no t hampe re d by fin an c ial pre s sure s at the t ime ) . to be wo rl dwide .. s houl d re sul t in care fully e s t abl is he d impo rt ant new in fo rmation. FIRST O F ALL IT IS ESSENTIAL fo r all to re al ize t hat NICAP is the only full -t imft UFO o rganization . This netwo rk . we do the be et we can to hcmdle a he avy load of c o rre s ponden c e . an d all A day that is an d ha s be en is but t he twil ight of t he dawn will come when be in ge who are now l atent in our t houghts an d hid den in our l o in s s hall s tand upon t his earth as one s t an d s upon a foo t s tool .nd ing of t he proble ms inhe ren t in this cam­ paign . NICAP is s e t t in g up teams o f te c hin c al inve s t iga to rs (known as sub co mmittee s ) to make imme d iat e on-t he -suo t inve s t igat ions . we have always re c e ive d se rious attention from t he p re s s e. the re is no re ason why s o me coul d no t have l ande d . othe r o f fice equipment .in UFO's coul d vis it our o ffic e .t UFO's are be in g tre at e d more se rious ly by the s c ien t i fie community . an d why we s o me t ime s fail to ans we r a l e t t e r . pe rhaps it will be e a s ie r to unde rs t and why our publ ic ation s che dul e has been e rrat ic . With so many obvious fake rs an d c ha rl !3 tan s con fus ing the situat io n . None o f us has re ce ive d anyt hing appro achin g .f the FUture . He has done e ve rythin g humanly po s s ible .e will con tinue to gathe r e viden c e whene ve r the cl aimant s de s e rve the bene fit o f t he doubt .. Mis s E l izabe t h Ken dall . S e ve ral Sen ato rs and Con gre s s men are now on re co rd suppo rtin g t he NICAP d rive fo r re l e ase o f in fo rmation on UFO' s . and t he Pane l o f Advis e rs is growin g to in c lu de e xperts in t he many fie l d s d ire ctly re l at e d to UFO inve s t i­ gat ion . NICAP has ne ve r denie d t he p o s s ibil ity of an e ventual cont ac t . Our go al is re l iabl e . but ul t imate suc ce s s depends on t he suppo rt and a c t ive part ic ipation of all peopl e who have a s ince re de s ire to l e arn the truth about UFO's . t hey woul d have a be t t e r un derstan d in g o f t he hand ic aps we are wo rking und e r . Wit hin the l imit ations imuo s e d on us by fin an c ial con­ s ide rat ions . We (Cont . If all mem­ be rs an d people in te re s te d . The writ in g and e d ito rial dut ie s fo r t he UFO INVES TIGATO R are ano t he r full -t ime o c cupation .ni zat ion doe s no t me an that it s s t aff c an wo rk fo r nothing. NICAP has ende avo re d to make UFO inve s t igat ion re s pe ctabl e by dealing wit h fac tual in fo rmation and en coura ging inte l l igent c it izens to t ake an a c t ive part .re avail abl e to pa. fac tual info rmatio n . but the c as e s are s t il l cons ide rad open pe n d in g mo re c omplete info rmat ion. ) WE WILL CO NTINUE TO WELCOME con s t ru c t ive c rit ic is m. and s hal l l augh an d reach o u t t he ir han ds amid t he s tars .2 4 - CO NTRARY TO COMlvtO N OPINION. . T he e ffo rt s o f Ma j o r Keyho e as Dire c to r nee d no apo lo gy .

With this backgroun d . S e ve ral Sen ato rs and Con gre s s men are now on re co rd suppo rtin g t he NICAP d rive fo r re l e ase o f in fo rmation on UFO' s . no t ic e ­ able pro gre s s ha s been made .in UFO's coul d vis it our o ffic e . but ul t imate suc ce s s depends on t he suppo rt and a c t ive part ic ipation of all peopl e who have a s ince re de s ire to l e arn the truth about UFO's . we do the be et we can to hcmdle a he avy load of c o rre s ponden c e . T he e ffo rt s o f Ma j o r Keyho e as Dire c to r nee d no apo lo gy . s e ve ral al re ady active . Liaison with Congre s s is one o f our ma j o r activitie s . we a re att ackin g the UFO probl em on two gene ral fronts : { 1 ) throu gh l e gal and con s t itutional me an s . This netwo rk . NICAP has ende avo re d to make UFO inve s t igat ion re s pe ctabl e by dealing wit h fac tual in fo rmation and en coura ging inte l l igent c it izens to t ake an a c t ive part . FIRST O F ALL IT IS ESSENTIAL fo r all to re al ize t hat NICAP is the only full -t imft UFO o rganization . None o f us has re ce ive d anyt hing appro achin g . Fo r fac t -o riente d peopl e . that such a cont act has t aken pl ace yet . " -H . an d a l it­ tle mo re .f the FUture . maintain only t hat t he re is no pro of . H owe ve r . and s hal l l augh an d reach o u t t he ir han ds amid t he s tars .. an d all A day that is an d ha s be en is but t he twil ight of t he dawn will come when be in ge who are now l atent in our t houghts an d hid den in our l o in s s hall s tand upon t his earth as one s t an d s upon a foo t s tool . Wit hin the l imit ations imuo s e d on us by fin an c ial con­ s ide rat ions . the re is no re ason why s o me coul d no t have l ande d . to keep t he publ ic in fo rme d o f UFO a c t ivity . We (Cont .o. o the rwis e we would have given up lon g ago . and t he Pane l o f Advis e rs is growin g to in c lu de e xperts in t he many fie l d s d ire ctly re l at e d to UFO inve s t i­ gat ion ..k through in the next se s s ion o f Con gre s s ( pro vide d NICAP is no t hampe re d by fin an c ial pre s sure s at the t ime ) . Howe ve r . If UFO'e are s pace s hips .. this do e s no t mean t hat Ad amsk i's s to rie s have t o be t rue . no fund s s. At p re �ent t he s t aff con s is t s o f three peopl e : Ma j o r Keyho e . NICAP hae e vidence ten d in g to d is c re dit othe r maj o r c ont actee s . we have to be extre me ly critic al an d de mand s o l id e vi dence . we have always re c e ive d se rious attention from t he p re s s e. The futuro o f UFO inve s t igat ion re s t s wit h you . C rit ic s o f' our po l icy toward cont actees have o ften s aid : � S inc e you obvious ly t ake it s e rious l y t hat space s hips might be vis iting t he e arth. pe rhaps it will be e a s ie r to unde rs t and why our publ ic ation s che dul e has been e rrat ic . • SAUCERS . to be wo rl dwide . We do no t inten d to give up t he battl e .2 4 - CO NTRARY TO COMlvtO N OPINION. With a bud ge t so l imit e d t hat we o ft en run s ho rt of po et ­ a ge . and myself.nd ing of t he proble ms inhe ren t in this cam­ paign . All t hree o f us be l ie ve s t rongly in the pur­ po s e of NI C AP . t hey woul d have a be t t e r un derstan d in g o f t he hand ic aps we are wo rking und e r .25 - • • .ni zat ion doe s no t me an that it s s t aff c an wo rk fo r nothing.. in fac t a gre at deal of t ime an d money has been donate d to keep NICAP in exis tenc e . As such it require s a re R. . an d we are o ft en c rit ic ize d 'fo r not givin g ''equai space to the peopl e who make t he s e cl aims . The Discovery . and we will t ry to be re spons ive to hone s t co mpl aints . NICAP has ne ve r denie d t he p o s s ibil ity of an e ventual cont ac t . Al t hough t he vo lume 0 f mate rial c al l s fo r n le ast one full -t ime fil e cle rk . othe r o f fice equipment . In add ition to t he s e g ain s . an d in dividual me mbe rs o f Congre s s have given spe c ial he lp which coul d l e ad to a bre e. howe ve r .a re gul ar s alary . we can p ro mis e to do our l e vel be s t within our me ans to ge t t he facts . As a re sul t .re avail abl e to pa. Fall /Winte r 1959/60 . NICAP is s e t t in g up teams o f te c hin c al inve s t iga to rs (known as sub co mmittee s ) to make imme d iat e on-t he -suo t inve s t igat ions . In the firs t depa rtment . Our go al is re l iabl e .y even the s al arie s o f t he pre s ent s mall s ta ff . He has done e ve rythin g humanly po s s ible . o r a s t rong c as e . The fac t t hat NICAP is a non -pro fit o rge. S ubco mmit tees e re unde r fo rmat ion in e ight s t at e s and two Can adian Pro vin c e s .e will con tinue to gathe r e viden c e whene ve r the cl aimant s de s e rve the bene fit o f t he doubt . NICAP ' s pro bl e ms are on t he practic al l e ve l . an d why we s o me t ime s fail to ans we r a l e t t e r . working con­ s t antly to dig up fa c t s . fac tual info rmatio n . With so many obvious fake rs an d c ha rl !3 tan s con fus ing the situat io n . s o me t ime s fo rc e d to de l ay publ ic ations whil e await in g enough fund s fo r prin t in g co s t s .nd fro m me mbe rs of Congre s s . but the c as e s are s t il l cons ide rad open pe n d in g mo re c omplete info rmat ion. we have not hing to o ffe r . Un t il the re is proo f. and t he ir unde r s t a. membe r­ s hips have been e xten de d auto m� t ic ally to in clude 1 2 publi­ cation s . (Al t hough w e have not been abl e to publis h once a mont h as s c he dul e d . how can you deny Adams k i and all t he o the r contact s to rie s ?'' To c l e ar up a misunde rs t an d in g . who wo rks part -time in the e venin g . THE ACQUISITIO N O F SEVERAL new s c ient ific advis e rs . an d a s t a f f l arge enough to han dle a voluminous co rre �nondence e ffic ient l y . The Bo ard o f Go ve rno rs in c lude s nro minent c itizen s who co m­ mand re spe c t . in d icates t he. and new coope ration by e xisting s c ientific o rganiz ations . � The past is but t he be ginnin g of a be ginning . w e wil l not subs t itute quan t ity fo r quality o r cont ro ve rt t he pol icy e st abl is he d by the Bo ard o f Gove rno rs .THE FUTURE O F UFO INVES TIG ATION THE FU TURE O F UFO INVES TIGATION are in cl � ne d to be l ie ve one o r mo re o f t he s o -c alle d � con­ t acte � e. Fall /Winte r 1 9 59/60 . Mis s E l izabe t h Ken dall . The bae ic s t ruc ture o f NICAP i s unque s t ionably soun d .. The writ in g and e d ito rial dut ie s fo r t he UFO INVES TIGATO R are ano t he r full -t ime o c cupation . ( 2 ) through in dependent inve s t igat ion . we re tml R rl y gathe r in fo r­ mation about contac t c l a ims fo r e val uation . ) WE WILL CO NTINUE TO WELCOME con s t ru c t ive c rit ic is m. c o rre l a t e an d publ ie h in fo rmation . not rumo rs and unfounde d t al e s . We l l s . Fo r t ho s e who will be l ie ve what t he y want to be l ie ve . ) S AUCERS . s houl d re sul t in care fully e s t abl is he d impo rt ant new in fo rmation. fil e c abinet s .t UFO's are be in g tre at e d more se rious ly by the s c ien t i fie community . the publicat ion o f endle e s pole mic s about t he se cl aims s e rve s no goo d purpo s e an d det racts fro m se rious atten t ion to fac tual in fo rmat ion .A on �bl e amount o f o ffice space . G . If all mem­ be rs an d people in te re s te d . o r e ven s t rong e viden ce .

an d 1 4 5 ' at 50 .to . Drake bel l e ves the re may be 10 to 20 s ta rs wi thi n ran ge o f the Gre en Bank radio tele­ s cope c apable of suppo rt ing intel l i gent l i fe � He no te s that an­ tennas currently un de r cons t ruction wi ll e xtend the range o f de ­ t e c t i o n out to 100 l i ght ye ars . 1 6 5 ' an d 207 ' . we enthus i as t i c ally re commen d Frank Drake ' s comprehens i ve art i cle i n the January 1 960 � lm. Kan s as C i ty 27 . 45 ° above the ho ri zon . fo r example . ( AP . remains as a rati onal cho i ce . S g. h a s con fe s s e d that hi s Kai zuka Ci ty U FO pho to s ( SAUCERS .t i me UFO antagon i s t Dr . the UFO woul d have been 87 ft . " The pro­ gram ' s te chni c al de s l ggation is SECT ( S earch fo r E xt rate rre s t ri al Cohe rent T ran s mi s s i on s ) . 1119 Prince ton Drive t Gl en dale 5 . I f s o . 000 1 . 000 me gacy cle s . ( un­ i dent i fi e d ) who i s cont acte d by s pace be i n gs in the Cal i fo rn ia d e s e rt ( whe re e l s e ? ) a n d '-th l sked to a s nace s t ation i n t h e at ­ mo sphere o f Venus . o f the " con­ tactee" bo oks to dat e . Nume rous di s cours e s . al ong i t s maxi mum axi s at 30 . Drake . .. 1 959 quote d a fas c i nat i n g re ­ port by Ph ys i c i s t s Phi l i p Mo rri s on an d Gius eppe Ce c coni o f Cor­ ne ll Unive rs i ty .C i ty . Op t i mum fre auenci e s wi ll be be tween 1 . '' the Ai r Fo rce Re gul ation is d ate d 24 S ept . i ts maxi mum di ­ amete r woul d h ave been as fol lo ws fo r the re s pe c t i ve al t i tude s : 123 1 . . Mi ll e � ) ONE O F THE MO S T IMPORT��T GOVERNMENT do cuments rel at i ve to o ffi c i al cen s o rship has be en . I f at zen i th . 1 954 . wi ll be a radio t e l e s cope on the moon . wi th i n i t i al attempts to be ne ar the 21 . " Wro te Mo rri son an d Co c conl : ''We shall asume that long ago the y e s tab­ l i she d a ch annel of co mmuni cation th at woul d one day be come known to us . Mo . Fo r tho s e inte re s te d in the pro gram. . The re gul a t i on i s d i re c te d t o all arme d s e rvi ces and be ars the fol l o wi n g co de numbers : Ai r Fo rce : AFR 205-30 . " The atte mpt . J • • • • • • • • • • • • • • SAUCERS .H i gashi . I t h a s been spe culate d that the new E d i to r . 440 mph . or s i mpl e art thme tl c al sums . 2 9 . but i f we neve r se arch . ) I t is our i mpre s s i on . Tt pp Ci ty .r S H 0 R T SHORT SHOTS S H 0 T S ADDENDUM TO STAN FO RD REPORT . ( Above t ri gono metri c cal cul ations cour­ t e s y of Ol i ve r De an . Lee ( W5AAO ) o f Abel lne . 1 959 . London . I f the re are o the r c1v1 1 1 zations . . W .on a quanti ty of topi cs e nsue . Man s fi e l d . pl ane t s fro m whi ch rad i o t rans mi s s i ons mo re powe r ful th an ours are rad i ate d . s t art e d to inte rcept arti fi c i al s i gnal s e manat ing from pl ane t s out s i de o f our solar s y s t e m . the NA ti onal R adio As trono my Ob s e rv­ ato ry at Green BAnk . Next s tep. Those i nt e re s te d may purcha s e the book ( $3 . l a s t No ve mbe r by lon g. ) . . 000 ' . T . Drake po int s out that O z was " a l and far away popul ated by s t range and e xoti c be i n gs . i f mo s t controve rs i al . an d that they look fo rward patiently to the an s we r­ i n g s i gn al s from the sun whi ch woul d make known to the m th at a new s o c i e ty has ente re d the community o f 1ntel l 1 gence Th e wi de radio ban d fro m . ( 11mft . 116 ' at 40 . " • • • • • SAUCERS . Dr . a ham radi o ne t ­ work devo t e d to U FO ' s a n d re l at e d topi c s . " Phys i c i s t s Mor­ ri s on and Ce c coni con clude : ''We subml t that the pre s en c e o f i nte rs te l l ar s i gnal s i s ent i re ly cons i s tent wi th all we now know. The probabil l'ty o f sue­ c a s is hard to e s ti mate .monthly : t 2 s e a mai l . o f course .c m . 000 and 1 0 . 1/60) TI ME I�AZI NE FOR NOV. " name d fo r the Queen in the Wi zard Q. D . Japan ) repo rt s that Yoshinarl Baba . 6 . C . and that i f s i gnal s are pre s ent . Jam e s A . a sequence o f s mall pri me num­ be rs o f pul s e s . Harvar d-t rain e d As ­ t rono me r Frank Drake . T exas i s Chai rman Ch arl e s N.di e M . hel d at the Lo s Ange l e s Statler-H i l ton l ast July. l . the me ans o f de t e c t i n g the m i s now at h and We the re fo re fe el that a di s c ri minat i n g s e arch fo r s i gnal s de s e rve s · a con s i de rable e ffo rt . $4 ai r mai l . ( Mo d i fi e d alti tude e s t i mate s by M . the ch an ce fo r su c ce s s i s ze ro . 8-9-2 . Wi nter 1 958/5 9 ) we re fake d � Q! � £yn by O rfeo Angelu c c i i s probably the be s t wri tten . to 10 . 000 fe et . Fall /Winter 1 959/60 . 2449 Poplar. UPI . 95 ) di re c tly fro� O rfeo An ge lu cc i . one s i g­ n al mi ght contai n . 1 1 /23 . paragraph 9 ( a ) o f AFR 205-30 s t ate s : Arme d Fo rce s ce nso rsh ip will not be e s tabl i she d in t i me o f peace un­ l e s s s pe c i fi c all y d i re ct e d by the Pre s i dent o f the Un i te d State s o r the Se c re tary o f De fense e xcept as an e me rge ncy me asure taken by a ma j o r ove rs e a comman der ( the comman d e r in ch i e f of a uni fi e d co mmand o r the the ate r co mman d ) bas e d upon con cl usive i n di cations that an outbre ak o f ho s t i l i t i e s i s i �minent . • • • • • • • • • L AST NEW YE AR ' S DAY . And CAVALI ER s o me t i me thi s s p ri n g wi ll have a repo rt on t h e l ast Gi ant Ro ck conven tion . � � Tele s cope . w. N avy : O PNAV I NSTR� CTI ON 5 530 . Dr . Va .Fac t or Fi ction? fo r the bli n d Y e o l de e d i to r has a repo rt on the Gabri el Green/A¥SCA convention . Enti tl e d " SECURI TY. Bennet t . The p ro gram was unve i l e d in a l e cture at M . Oh i o wi she s to contact o the r min i s te rs inte r­ e s t e d in the UFO proble m Mar j o ri e Ha ze n . enabl i n g the m to fi ­ nally c al cul ate at l e a s t one me teor ' s ve l o c i ty wi th gre at ac cu­ racy : 4 6 .26 - will e mploy a mo re con s e rvative pol i cy The Rev . 23 . E di to r o f the excellent an d o b j e ctive En gl i sh-lan guage ELvlng S aucer �e arch fullltlln ( bi . s . 1 4 . Most con t rai l s fo rm be tween 3 5 . wi ll di re c t the 85. Oh i o has avail able a t ape re co rde d ve rsion o f !lyin g S auce rs . 6 /1 6 /59 ) June ' I chi Takana shi .ntl c ipatlng a '' deve lopment o f s c i en ce ne ar the sun . Army : SR ( S pe c i al Re gul at i on ) � 80-80-1 . has been appo i nt e d Southwe s t Di re c to r fo r Tape Re ­ The Hon . Mowe ry .Q Te le s cope . Brinsley l e Pe e r co rde d UFO In fo rmat i o n S e rvi ce T ren ch has re s i gne d a s Ed i to r o f Londo n ' s !lying S aucer Re view ( 1 Doughty St . S e c tion 1 . O s ak a . The y be l i e ve that al l en inte ll i gence s may be a. Fo r i n di sputabl e 1 dent1 f1 cat1on as art i fi c i al . in the February 1 960 i s sue o f FATE .ARME D FO RCES CENSORSHIP . hydro gen band i n our gal axy . 000 me .27 - • • • • . S to ry invol ve s a doome d. s o me hypo the t i c al e s t i mate s may be pl a c e d on.. to the be s t o f our knowl e d ge . O tto St ruve . Waveney Gi rvan ( !lying S aucers � QQmmQn �� ( Cont . 000 ' . 000 and 50 .ft . opine d Dr . me e t s eve ry Mon day n i ght at 8 : 3 0 pm CST at 3 933 k c . Cal i f The Inte rpl anet ary Space Patro l ( I SP J . '' we woul d e xpe ct to fi nd s c atte re d throughout our gal axy . howe ve r .kura zuka. " MI S CELLANY ./59 . s ay 1 me . an d I F the j e t was appro x i matin g the alti tude o f the UFO . Pre l i min ary examinati on o f s o me o f the mo vi e frame s i n d i c at e s th at the ob j e c t was be tween e i ght an d 1 5 mi nut e s of arc i n angul ar d i ame te r ( co mpare d to 28 mi nute s fo r the mo on ) . parabol i c an­ tenna in thi s pro j e ct . per annum : Mo de rn S p a ce Fl i gh t As sn .f Qz.1 11 be known as " Pro j e c t O z ma . W .. to e l i m i nate atmo sphe ri c an d i ono­ s pheri c i nt e rfe ren ce .. I . compl etely ove rlooke d by mo s t UFO inve s t i gato rs . al though a l ate r date may currently be appl i cabl e . the s i ze of the ob j e ct ( con s e rvatively e s ti mating i t to be 10 min­ ute s of arc in d i ame t e r ) . 41 5 De t ro i t Ave . 1 2 /19/5 9 . Two C ze ch o s l avak i an me teo r t racking s tations pho to graoh e d a fi reball on April 7 . To yonaka. that the UFO was appro x . . Fall /Wi nte r 1 959/60 • • .

Fall /Wi nte r 1 959/60 • • . ( AP . � � Tele s cope . " MI S CELLANY . al though a l ate r date may currently be appl i cabl e . Lee ( W5AAO ) o f Abel lne .di e M . '' we woul d e xpe ct to fi nd s c atte re d throughout our gal axy . . remains as a rati onal cho i ce . . to the be s t o f our knowl e d ge ./59 .27 - • • • • . compl etely ove rlooke d by mo s t UFO inve s t i gato rs . Man s fi e l d . Jam e s A . Nume rous di s cours e s . W . " The pro­ gram ' s te chni c al de s l ggation is SECT ( S earch fo r E xt rate rre s t ri al Cohe rent T ran s mi s s i on s ) . 6 /1 6 /59 ) June ' I chi Takana shi . T exas i s Chai rman Ch arl e s N. Harvar d-t rain e d As ­ t rono me r Frank Drake . J • • • • • • • • • • • • • • SAUCERS .f Qz. S g. ( Above t ri gono metri c cal cul ations cour­ t e s y of Ol i ve r De an . enabl i n g the m to fi ­ nally c al cul ate at l e a s t one me teor ' s ve l o c i ty wi th gre at ac cu­ racy : 4 6 . Fall /Winter 1 959/60 . 1/60) TI ME I�AZI NE FOR NOV. Oh i o wi she s to contact o the r min i s te rs inte r­ e s t e d in the UFO proble m Mar j o ri e Ha ze n . 000 me . hydro gen band i n our gal axy . Drake bel l e ves the re may be 10 to 20 s ta rs wi thi n ran ge o f the Gre en Bank radio tele­ s cope c apable of suppo rt ing intel l i gent l i fe � He no te s that an­ tennas currently un de r cons t ruction wi ll e xtend the range o f de ­ t e c t i o n out to 100 l i ght ye ars . we enthus i as t i c ally re commen d Frank Drake ' s comprehens i ve art i cle i n the January 1 960 � lm. or s i mpl e art thme tl c al sums . And CAVALI ER s o me t i me thi s s p ri n g wi ll have a repo rt on t h e l ast Gi ant Ro ck conven tion .1 11 be known as " Pro j e c t O z ma . 1 959 . w. to e l i m i nate atmo sphe ri c an d i ono­ s pheri c i nt e rfe ren ce . hel d at the Lo s Ange l e s Statler-H i l ton l ast July.t i me UFO antagon i s t Dr . E di to r o f the excellent an d o b j e ctive En gl i sh-lan guage ELvlng S aucer �e arch fullltlln ( bi . O s ak a . Bennet t . Mowe ry . To yonaka. the NA ti onal R adio As trono my Ob s e rv­ ato ry at Green BAnk . I f the re are o the r c1v1 1 1 zations .. Fo r tho s e inte re s te d in the pro gram. the me ans o f de t e c t i n g the m i s now at h and We the re fo re fe el that a di s c ri minat i n g s e arch fo r s i gnal s de s e rve s · a con s i de rable e ffo rt . that the UFO was appro x . 2 9 . • • • • • • • • • L AST NEW YE AR ' S DAY . o f course . s t art e d to inte rcept arti fi c i al s i gnal s e manat ing from pl ane t s out s i de o f our solar s y s t e m . Op t i mum fre auenci e s wi ll be be tween 1 . I t h a s been spe culate d that the new E d i to r . . ) I t is our i mpre s s i on . 000 and 1 0 . Dr . ( Mo d i fi e d alti tude e s t i mate s by M . 1 6 5 ' an d 207 ' . " The atte mpt . Enti tl e d " SECURI TY.kura zuka. " Phys i c i s t s Mor­ ri s on and Ce c coni con clude : ''We subml t that the pre s en c e o f i nte rs te l l ar s i gnal s i s ent i re ly cons i s tent wi th all we now know. i f mo s t controve rs i al .monthly : t 2 s e a mai l . 1 954 . l a s t No ve mbe r by lon g. S e c tion 1 . . i ts maxi mum di ­ amete r woul d h ave been as fol lo ws fo r the re s pe c t i ve al t i tude s : 123 1 . . " • • • • • SAUCERS . Next s tep. Brinsley l e Pe e r co rde d UFO In fo rmat i o n S e rvi ce T ren ch has re s i gne d a s Ed i to r o f Londo n ' s !lying S aucer Re view ( 1 Doughty St . Those i nt e re s te d may purcha s e the book ( $3 . Mi ll e � ) ONE O F THE MO S T IMPORT��T GOVERNMENT do cuments rel at i ve to o ffi c i al cen s o rship has be en . 440 mph . 116 ' at 40 . Tt pp Ci ty . Drake . wi ll be a radio t e l e s cope on the moon . a sequence o f s mall pri me num­ be rs o f pul s e s . I f at zen i th . Two C ze ch o s l avak i an me teo r t racking s tations pho to graoh e d a fi reball on April 7 . in the February 1 960 i s sue o f FATE . D . me e t s eve ry Mon day n i ght at 8 : 3 0 pm CST at 3 933 k c . 23 . opine d Dr . 000 fe et . $4 ai r mai l . The probabil l'ty o f sue­ c a s is hard to e s ti mate . Japan ) repo rt s that Yoshinarl Baba . pl ane t s fro m whi ch rad i o t rans mi s s i ons mo re powe r ful th an ours are rad i ate d . to 10 . al ong i t s maxi mum axi s at 30 . Fo r i n di sputabl e 1 dent1 f1 cat1on as art i fi c i al . The re gul a t i on i s d i re c te d t o all arme d s e rvi ces and be ars the fol l o wi n g co de numbers : Ai r Fo rce : AFR 205-30 .Fac t or Fi ction? fo r the bli n d Y e o l de e d i to r has a repo rt on the Gabri el Green/A¥SCA convention . an d 1 4 5 ' at 50 . T .Q Te le s cope . 1 1 /23 .26 - will e mploy a mo re con s e rvative pol i cy The Rev . 1 2 /19/5 9 . one s i g­ n al mi ght contai n . 41 5 De t ro i t Ave .. Kan s as C i ty 27 .. paragraph 9 ( a ) o f AFR 205-30 s t ate s : Arme d Fo rce s ce nso rsh ip will not be e s tabl i she d in t i me o f peace un­ l e s s s pe c i fi c all y d i re ct e d by the Pre s i dent o f the Un i te d State s o r the Se c re tary o f De fense e xcept as an e me rge ncy me asure taken by a ma j o r ove rs e a comman der ( the comman d e r in ch i e f of a uni fi e d co mmand o r the the ate r co mman d ) bas e d upon con cl usive i n di cations that an outbre ak o f ho s t i l i t i e s i s i �minent . The p ro gram was unve i l e d in a l e cture at M . s o me hypo the t i c al e s t i mate s may be pl a c e d on. an d that they look fo rward patiently to the an s we r­ i n g s i gn al s from the sun whi ch woul d make known to the m th at a new s o c i e ty has ente re d the community o f 1ntel l 1 gence Th e wi de radio ban d fro m . 000 ' . 000 1 . 1119 Prince ton Drive t Gl en dale 5 . has been appo i nt e d Southwe s t Di re c to r fo r Tape Re ­ The Hon . fo r example . the UFO woul d have been 87 ft . wi ll di re c t the 85. 6 . 95 ) di re c tly fro� O rfeo An ge lu cc i .ntl c ipatlng a '' deve lopment o f s c i en ce ne ar the sun . Pre l i min ary examinati on o f s o me o f the mo vi e frame s i n d i c at e s th at the ob j e c t was be tween e i ght an d 1 5 mi nut e s of arc i n angul ar d i ame te r ( co mpare d to 28 mi nute s fo r the mo on ) . Army : SR ( S pe c i al Re gul at i on ) � 80-80-1 . Wi nter 1 958/5 9 ) we re fake d � Q! � £yn by O rfeo Angelu c c i i s probably the be s t wri tten .ARME D FO RCES CENSORSHIP . wi th i n i t i al attempts to be ne ar the 21 . a ham radi o ne t ­ work devo t e d to U FO ' s a n d re l at e d topi c s . 2449 Poplar. " Wro te Mo rri son an d Co c conl : ''We shall asume that long ago the y e s tab­ l i she d a ch annel of co mmuni cation th at woul d one day be come known to us . I f s o . Va . and that i f s i gnal s are pre s ent . the s i ze of the ob j e ct ( con s e rvatively e s ti mating i t to be 10 min­ ute s of arc in d i ame t e r ) . O tto St ruve . Most con t rai l s fo rm be tween 3 5 . ) . per annum : Mo de rn S p a ce Fl i gh t As sn .C i ty . Oh i o has avail able a t ape re co rde d ve rsion o f !lyin g S auce rs . UPI . 45 ° above the ho ri zon . h a s con fe s s e d that hi s Kai zuka Ci ty U FO pho to s ( SAUCERS . 000 ' . Waveney Gi rvan ( !lying S aucers � QQmmQn �� ( Cont . 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