Infokeluarga.com – This Photo Has Been Dubbed The Best UFO Photo Of All Time Leaked on Twitter @UAPMediaUK. A photo of a 50-year-old UFO sighting suddenly went viral on the internet again. After 50 years, netizens still think that this is the best UFO photo ever. This photo shows an object over Costa Rica. This object is estimated to have a diameter of 120-220 feet (36-67 meters).
This photo was taken by aerial photographer Sergio Loaiza in September 1971 when he flew over Costa Rica to survey the land for a hydroelectric development project. Loaiza took this picture at the best resolution from 10,000 feet.
The photo later became the property of the Instituto Geográfico Nacional de Costa Rica, which had ordered the survey. This photo is intended to study the potential impact of a hydroelectric project on the surrounding land and water.
The Best UFO Photo Of All Time Leaked on Twitter
But now, this UFO photo has been released by Esteban Carranza, a resident of Costa Rica. Carranza has a copy of the original negative in the National Archives of Costa Rica from his uncle who obtained it from the National Geographic Institute.
“I made this high-resolution scan last year, met with the folks at the National Geographic Institute and tracked down the technician responsible for the camera in 1971. But there’s no reason for that image to be on my desktop. Disclosure is a team effort and everyone’s work. must have this image,” Carranza said on Twitter.
“Over the years the images have been analyzed by various experts such as Costa Rican UFO researcher Ricardo Vílchez, Dr Richard Haines and Dr Jacques Vallée. They all concluded that the object in the photo appears real and is NOT the result of double exposure or deliberate manipulation,” he said. UAP Media on its website.
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New -newest, UK UK is obtained a copy of ‘drum scan’ from a photo from Esteban Carranza, a resident of Costa Rika (Twitter user @uapi_cr).
Esteban Carranza has 8×10 negative aged 40+ years, which is a copy of the “contact” from the original negative Cote UFO in the National Archives of Costa Rika. He got this from his late uncle, who died last year. He got it back in the late 70s -the early 80s from the National Geographic Institute.
He recently visited Sergio Loaiza, who was a technician who was responsible for the camera when the picture was gasped. All 3 technicians flying on mapping aircraft (besides pilots) have received air photography training from the US Army Map Service. When Esteban Carranza showed negative loaiza, she was very excited! He believes that contact copies may have been made around 1975, because at a negative time it became famous in the 80s, already had many scratches from manipulation.
Last year Esteban Carranza sent negatively to the photo laboratory in Kansas, under the name Michael Strickland Photography. He uses a Tango drum scanner and produces high -quality scanning with a size of 1.7GB. Drum scanner basically acts as a precision digital camera, which is used to scan reflective and transparent materials in very high resolution. This captures images with analog lamps, produces the most likely details in each color channel and then converts it to digital files