By UFO Casebook
Stephenville Texas UFO
It's been over a year since Billy Cox at the De Void blog posted an article about a new tool that can be used to animate radar data. That program was used to show what the skies looked like around Stephenville, Texas, on January 8, 2008.
Applying a program that duplicates conversions used by air accident investigators, Rob Jeffs has bundled the 2.8 million radar returns MUFON acquired from five FAA and National Weather Service sites, and recreated moving images of the air traffic over central Texas from 4-8 p.m. on Jan. 8, 2008.
I always wanted to see it taken a step further - to show more information about what I was looking at with the radar. So, I used Rob Jeffs' RadarPlot application to create radar video of that evening.
Then, I superimposed a map under the radar animation and provided annotations to show witness locations and the unknown tracks on radar.
The radar analysis and information shown is from "Stephenville Lights: A Comprehensive Radar and Witness Report Study" by Glen Schulze and Robert Powell.
Please refer to the report for details of the witness reports and analysis.
See original report The Stephenville UFOs.