Case: 85160 Location: Cape Canaveral, FL Date: 9/1/2016 Time: 0907
I am the lead engineer of a French team of more than 60 engineers specialized in image processing, image acquisition, AI, and robotics.
Following information has also been published : - in french magazine TOP SECRET, issue June 2017 (see [Link moved to FI Section/cms/tg]). - on the web on July 2nd, 2017 : [Link moved to FI Section/cms/tg]
I have thoroughly studied the case of SpaceX explosion thanks to the HD video published by USLaunchReport the day of SpaceX Explosion (9/1/16) and published all my results in a set of three videos in this play list, at index 4,9 & 10 : [Link moved to FI Section/cms/tg]
From USLaunchReport HD video, it is possible to determine the 3D trajectory of the object passing through from right to left, assuming it has a constant speed² v² = vx²+vy²+vz² during the 0.25s of the sequence.
Speed vx and vy is easily measured on the video, and in-depth speed vz is then deduced from previous formula. See details in video [Link moved to FI Section/cms/tg] Speed is finally measured at precisely 777 m/s (Mach 2.3) Acceleration is measured ranging from 80g when shooting, to 350-400g when entering/exiting the scene.
A second video reconstructs the scene in 3D and new discoveries are done : [Link moved to FI Section/cms/tg] When shooting, UFO coordinates in the frame of the launch PAD are exactly (0m,100m) Acceleration when shooting (80g) is in fact 777 m/s², and thus radius of curvature v²/a when shooting is 777m.
Clearly, the UFO sent a message to us : “777” A third video continues the analysis and explains why the UFO is illuminated from above in one frame. [Link moved to FI Section/cms/tg]
Finally, this video demonstrates the UFO trajectory is part of an ellipse with : semi-major axis = 200 m semi-minor axis = 100 m One error is present in second video where an unknown object appeared during launch of SpaceX on 02/19 2017.
This second object is in fact the SpaceX nose cone, as explained now in the third video.
I would greatly appreciate if you could have time to analyze all this data which is very serious and is the first time so much accurate data about advanced technology is available in the public domain.
While there have been many investigations by multiple agencies, no one really knows for sure what happened.
Claims range from an Alien attack, to an experimental drone launched from a US aircraft carrier off the Florida Coast, to some super-cold oxygen reacting with the carbon fiber composites within the fuel tank. And of course don't forget that the rocket may have been intentionally sabotaged by a SpaceX competitor.