UFO Virginia

Deep Space and Lunar Surface-RIP

Richmond Investigators of the Paranormal

AVID Media Composer 7.0.3

This body of work is built on AVID workflow.

AVID Media Composer 8.6.4 with Boris Fx BCC 9, used in the analysis of this work. This page is built entirely from HD video stills

(AVID DNxHD 200 format). Image scan technology: Nikon D4-D4S-D5, wireless control systems. Full Color HD Night Vision @ 60

FPS. Minimizing blurring or misidentification associated to non defined, under exposed imagery.

 

This chapter of UFO Research is undertaken in Manasses Virginia Airspace. It is no longer P-53 Restricted Airspace, and the anomalies

encountered in Washington DC, are now appearing 90 degrees over my (FPA) fixed pool of analysis. This sample is day 1, and using a

short focal length lens (85 mm f/1.4). Standard operational procedures (60 frames per second, using 1/250th of a second shutter speed

at ISO 102400-204800) Nikon D5 processed in AVID Media Composer using Boris FX image processing. This is an extension of RIP,

Richmond Investigators of the Paranormal.

Washington DC research has been concluded. I'm now focusing on events in Deep Space and Lunar surface.

Orion Telescopes

For this capability I've partnered with Orion Telescopes. With the ability to see beyond the limits of my close proximity

technology, I needed technology comparable to NASA.

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 1 SM WARP Analysis

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 1 SM WARP Analysis. & events were documented, 6 of the 7 showed this object

(type), in the same region of fixed space, now associated with this study.

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 2 SM WARP Analysis

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 2 SM WARP Analysis. The second of 7 events imaged within a Fixed Pool of Analysis.

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 3 SM WARP Analysis

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 3 SM WARP Analysis, the third of 7.

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 4 SM WARP Analysis

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 4 SM WARP Analysis, the forth of 7.

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 5 SM WARP Analysis

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 5 SM WARP Analysis, the 5th of 7 events.

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 6 SM WARP Analysis

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 6 SM WARP Analysis, the sixth of 7 events within a FPA.

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 7 SM WARP Analysis

11-22-2017 UFO Band of Light 7 SM WARP Analysis

Deep Space scanning online

11-28-2017 UFO Luminosity FB Tracker Analysis

11-28-2017 UFO Luminosity FB Tracker Analysis

11-28-2017 Band of Light Cloaked FB

11-28-2017 Band of Light Cloaked FB. This event was well below human vision thresholds.

11-28-2017 Aircraft FB

11-28-2017 Aircraft FB. This file established the lens (reflector) definitions

11-28-2017 UFO Band of Light 2 SDM Analysis

11-28-2017 UFO Band of Light 2 SDM Analysis

11-29-2017 UFO Band of Light FB Analysis

11-29-2017 UFO Band of Light FB Analysis. At 60 frames per second, we have the exact same anomaly documented initially in

AREA 51 Nevada while filming My Big Redneck Vacation (CMT)

11-29-2017  UFO Band of Light 1 FB Tracker analysis

11-29-2017 UFO Band of Light 1 FB Tracker analysis. This video is being censored by YouTube.

11-29-2017 UFO Band of Light 2 SDM Analysis

11-29-2017 UFO Band of Light 2 SDM Analysis.

11-29-2017  Band of Light 3 Cloaked FB

11-29-2017 Band of Light 3 Cloaked FB. This event was well below human vision thresholds.

12-01-2017 UFO Cylinder IR Tracker Analysis

12-01-2017 UFO Cylinder IR Tracker Analysis.This cylinder object is spinning. How its able to maintain airborne stability, is not

like any aircraft I have ever seen.

12-01-2017 Luminosity Tracker Analysis

12-01-2017 Luminosity Tracker Analysis Reflector sample indicates this anomaly is also spinning while in a forwards trajectory.

Lunar Surface

The phase of research involves High speed scans of the Lunar surface. Because there is extreme luminosity, I am using extreme

shutter speeds (1/8000th of a second shutter speed). The point is to freeze action, with minimal blurring. Unless of course something

is moving at a velocity which exceeds the shutter speed used. Lunar surface scan magnification will increase, as I progress into this

study.

12-01-2017 The Moon (IR)

12-01-2017 The Moon (IR) Infrared scan of the lunar surface in FSIR using 1/8000th of a second shutter speed. Photographing

the Moon is a bit like photographing the Sun. Its overall luminescent qualities are different due to its magnitude. However, trying to

image the Moon @ High ISO, is impossible. An IR light signature would be apparent, however we're looking at the Moon reflected

by Sunlight. It is essentially a bright ball (in gray tones). This is an High definition motion picture IR sample.

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Full Spectrum Infrared imagery of the Moon, using hyper sensitive imaging technology.

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Full Spectrum Infrared sampling of the Moon (Lunar Surface) from a 1200 mm perspective, using 1/8000th of a second shutter

suggests a radical IR light sources are present on the Lunar surface.

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Why is the Lunar surface a different color at the southern pole?

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The data suggests there is a limited atmosphere on the Moon.

Southern Lunar surface

The Lunar surface is not uniform. The IR scan shows differences in temperatures

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It is unknown why this condition exists on the Lunar surface (Southern Hemisphere).

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The Infrared analysis reveals startling details associated with the Lunar Surface.

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The variability associated with Full Spectrum Infrared, is most extraordinary when applied to the Lunar Surface.

In this example, a rather large light source is apparent on the surface.

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This one (area) spot is totally white, suggests IR light sources are in use.

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The level of luminosity is off the charts in this crater. I will be taking a closer look in the near future, at 4000 mm.