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Although the work has been written in Spanish, the general flavor of the methodology and results will be easily acknowledged by foreign colleagues.

One will be presented here, another has been submitted for publication to a professional journal, and the third one is still in the oven. This section will also include the link to an old article just uploaded to the internet for general knowledge, as well as the latest comments on the publication of my book with Wim van Utrecht on UFO photography in Belgium.

This essay has been jointly produced with physicist and investigator Julio Plaza del Olmo.

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I hope this one will please both fans of space study and ufologists. The optical output of this scientific experiment transcended frontiers and was visually and photographically detected from many places in Spain and other European countries.

The authors have analyzed a sample of reported observations, showing revealing findings. The proper reference link follows: Rocket sounding of the atmosphere was a usual activity during last half of 20th century. One such test was done on April 22nd, A Rubis rocket launched from the French base of Hammaguir released two loads of metallic chemicals, producing Crees en los ovnis yahoo dating clouds in the atmosphere that were seen from several points across Europe.

This work gathers most of those sightings and compares reported variables like elevation, distance, direction, and apparent size against the calculated trajectory of the rocket and clouds.

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The fallibility of human observation is reviewed. In fact, I wrote three books on this segment of the case mix, as well as many articles and papers.

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