UFO in 140 years old 3D stereoscopic images appeared 2011

Anyone who thinks that UFO sightings are merely a culturally determined phenomenon that only since the mid-20th Century occurs, the surprise is this photograph from 1870. Photographers then clouds over Mount Washington (New Hampshire, USA), photographed for the stereoscopic images – a kind of early 3-D image – should be used. On the finished recording a cigar-shaped object found in the great cloud – a UFO? Or say only one aberration, as skeptics?

Against the error-image theory says that the object is visible on both photos of the stereoscopic image. Further analysis will now clarify what it is actually.

Only a few years after the observation of Mount Washington astronomer Jose Bonilla managed the Mexican one – also random – recording of a passing object from the sun. The head of the Observatory of Zacatecas in August 1883 observed sunspots, when he noticed the strange image disturbance. He created some of the photos seen on those of the transit of an unknown flying object in front of our central star is clearly.

Skeptics assumed long after that they are geese, recently circulated through the network, the thesis that the object was passing fragment of a massive comet, which missed the Earth in 1883, just barely. Or is it just yet to a UFO … they decide themselves.

Jose Bonilla Observatorium

Bonilla is usually given the distinction of having taken the earliest photo of an unidentified flying object.

Source and author:  (youtube)

8 responses to “UFO in 140 years old 3D stereoscopic images appeared 2011

  1. Cool.

    Like

  2. After looking at Terry the Censor’s NY Public Library link I concur that the image is not clouds but rather some sort of snow or frost formation. It is likely that the “cigar shaped unidentified object” is some sort of measuring marker placed on the formation prior to photographing it for purposes of determining size and scale in the photo. It’s probably an inch long or some other standard measure.

    When I first saw the picture I thought there’s no way that is a picture of clouds. They would have been the weirdest looking clouds ever seen. Good work, Terry, for clearing up the mystery here🙂

    Like

    • Now that you mention that these are not clouds but snow in the photo….I can see now. Thanks for clearing this up.

      Like

  3. Dear Sir,

    People who connect to you in their thoughts do appear in the clouds at times…. try using a viewfinder, from old reflex camera to have a second look at them…. there are faces there…. and some people can watch others through the clouds…..

    And also try to have a second look at the images of the stars & planets released by space agencies…. after size reduction & rotation….. Maybe the people down here (& stars up there) just have normal eyes…. But did you also see the big picture now ?….

    Thanks….

    Like

  4. I have seen the other stereocards in the series and they are all representative of ice forming on various things at the weather observatory atop Mt. Washington, one of the coldest and windiest places in North America. The NY Public Library has all of the cards, including the one in question.

    http://digitalgallery.nypl.org/nypldigital/dgkeysearchresult.cfm?parent_id=626148&word=frost%20washington%20stereoscopic&s=1&notword=&d=&c=&f=&k=0&lWord=&lField=&sScope=&sLevel=&sLabel=&snum=60&imgs=20

    But, perhaps more convincingly, is to actually print out a copy of the card and view it in a stereoscope. As soon as you do that it comes into amazingly sharp focus and you can clearly see that it is not a cloud. It is a formation of ice and the “airship” is just a spot that happens not to be covered with ice.

    Really, do it yourself. Print out the card and find a stereoviewer.

    Like

  5. By the way, the “mystery airship” card is labeled on the back “#17 Frost Architecture”

    Like