Peripheral Studies

6. Analysis of Selected Ground Witness Reports of Airplanes and
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Visually Near to One Another
NARCAP Research Associate Dan Lee, NARCAP Science Chief R. F. Haines, NARCAP Research
Associate Anthony Mugan

4. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Unidentified Aerial Phenomena: Can we
tell them apart?
Dr. Richard Haines and Wayne Reed, Research Associate

3. Extreme Manned Helicopters: A Review
Richard C. Eaton, ATP (ret.) NARCAP Research Associate Copyright April 30, 2013

2. Recommended Actions to Improve the Current Climate of Denial within
the Aviation World about Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and Related
Richard F. Haines, November 18, 2010
2a. Acciones Recomendadas para Mejorar el Presente Ambiente de
Aeronáutico acerca de los Fenómenos Rechazo al interior del Mundo
Aéreos No Identificados y Comentarios Relacionados*
Richard F. Haines, November 18, 2010

1. A Comparative Analytical and Observational Study of North American
Databases on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena
MASSIMO TEODORANI, Ph.D. Astrophysicist, Researcher, Science Writer, NARCAP Research

Investigator Support Studies

7. Analysis of an “Alleged” Pilot Sighting of a UAP Between St. Louis and
Kansas City on July 30, 2012
William Puckett

6. Preliminary Analysis of the Ceremonia Magna Video UAP of September
13, 2012 at Mexico City, Mexico
 Francois Louange 2012

5. Informal Comments Regarding a Youtube video of a Triangular Object
Apparently Moving in the Sky
G. Smith, NARCAP

4. Fenomeno Aereo no Identificado y Seguridad Aerea1
Por el Dr. Richard F. Haines* Traducido por Jose Lay CEFAA-CHILE

3. UAP and Aircraft Safety in Australia - A Review
Keith Basterfield June 2012

2. Infrared Photographs of Alleged “UFOs"
Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos and Miguel Guasp

1. Image Doctoring: JPEG Encoding and Analysis
Richard Tortorella, Research Associate, May 2009