Wednesday, February 13, 2013

May 17, 2009 Sighting

(Primary witness Yalcin Yalman)

May 17, 2009 was the last time that Yalcin was able to capture the incidents on film after what already what appeared to be a wave of sightings in 2008 and 2007. By now he had become more experienced in setting up his tripod and camera, which resulted in better quality than earlier dates. In this segment we have several reference points to use for comparison such as the moon and a street lamp. His camera, that had an electronic doubler capable of 200x optical, combined with a bright moon and clear skies resulted in a piece of video that can be studied by ufologists for years.

5-17-09 Video:






He zooms in on the moon several times and in the process gives us some reference points. First the object looks pretty tiny and could be confused for a star, until the camera zooms in closer, revealing that we are actually looking at some kind of structured object high in the air. The exact color is subjective to each person it but it is somewhere close to a tone of silver, grey, or metal color.


Here I circled were the object is with the street light and moon in the frame. Please note that this case is still being investigated and work is still being done to pin point the object using software which maps the orbit of the moon. This will give us more data on were it is. I have contacted a few optical scientists to help me with this. When this work is completed I will update this post as soon as possible.



Here Haktan Akdogan is discussing this footage on Turkish television:


I checked to see if the lunar cycles match the correct cycle for the date of 5-17-09.

May 17, 2009 Moon Phase Chart 


On the date the footage was taken the moon cycle is correct 
as it would have appeared at the time.

The lunar phase as shown on the website stardate.org that was used for comparison with the Kumburgaz video:
http://stardate.org/nightsky/moon

So what is it? That was filmed?



Location were these videos were taken:




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