Searching For UFAs Using Passive Infrared Astronomy (PIA)

“UFO Abduction” is a new eBook written by an Austrian researcher that challenges the existence of UFAs (Unidentified Flying Objects). The term “UFOs” was first used in 1947. Many people believe that flying saucer recovered from the U.S. Air Force Museum is perhaps the first known example of “UFO”. But there have been many cases of unidentified flying objects documented in the past and some could be accounted to man made aircraft or space debris.

UFAs or Unidentified Flying Objects are often described as flying around or flying above or at the same speed as the aircraft. They are said to have “disappeared” from our sight and because of this we are never able to locate or track down their movements. This leads to the question “Are we alone in space?”. Is it a natural phenomenon or is there a force at work? There are many theories that explain UFAs and the majority of them are purely imaginative.

If you want to make a UFA you can use software called UFASTER (Uniform File Forrestrial Relations Research), which is freely available on the internet. UFASTER is designed to analyze different UFAs in images taken by radar. It was developed by Dr. George L. Mandroski, who is a research scientist with the Space Sciences Institute of America, based in Maryland. Dr. Mandroski is a former aerospace engineer and he calculates every complex flight path, which takes take place in outer space and compares them to photographic data that he has collected over the years. His calculations have led him to conclude that most of UFAs that he has seen were most probably not man made.

There are a number of UFAs that have been explained away as being some sort of natural occurrence. The fuzzy image is usually very difficult to pin down. They tend to fade into the background as time goes on. Some of these photos have even led to the formation of the Mutual UFO Theory, which proposes that UFAs are not accidental but are as a result of some interaction that took place in the space between various celestial bodies.

UFAs have also been found on the moon, Mars, and other places beyond our atmosphere. These UFAs were actually brought there by the US military from the Russian S. SU Continental, which crashed somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. A piece of its wreckage was brought up to the Russian Air Force, which used it to photograph a ufo flight that was taking off from Hawaii. There are more accounts of sighting UFAs over US bases in the Pacific Islands, however they are still unexplained. A number of pilots and enthusiasts have tried using telescopes to track down UFAs, but to no avail.

There are a lot of theories about what UFAs are. They have been said to be man made space dust or perhaps clouds that have been caught within the atmosphere. They are also believed to be debris of satellites that have gone out-of-orbit. There are numerous theories as to how they get here, but none of them have been proven yet.

There have been many attempts made to use infrared telescopes to try and detect UFAs. The problem with this is that infrared can not be seen by the human eye, and infrared is not a good reflector of heat. There are some high-tech devices that are able to trap infrared, but they are not very common and most are not well suited for searching out low Earth orbit UFAs. Even the largest of the infrared telescopes simply do not have the power, weight and storage space to be able to store and capture enough infrared energy for using to look for UFAs.

The only way to really locate any UFA is to use a space junker, which is a piece of hardware designed to gather up space debris and then send it back to Earth for study. There are many different pieces of hardware available, but none of them are suitable for searching out and finding UFAs. So, if you have a piece of space junk, consider selling it to someone who needs it for another reason. There are many different uses for space junk, but none of them are likely to involve finding or tracking down and ejecting it back into space from where it came. If you do need one of these items in your home, then make sure you are aware of all the safety issues associated with it first, before you try to use it for this purpose.