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Img.121 (P2) The side flange and underside concave in UFOs revealed through the line of shadow.
(a) The shadow caused by the orientation of this UFO in relation to the Sun reveals that in the centre of the UFO's base there is an underside concave (see also (12) and (14) in Img.016 (F5) identical to the one appearing in the Magnocraft's shell. One of the photographs of a UFO taken by George Stock, Passaic, New Jersey, USA, on 29 July 1952 - see [1P2] page 94, [8P2] pp. 54-5. The vehicle is flying in the inverted position - compare this photo with Img.015 (F4b).
(b) The line of shadow that discloses the presence of a side flange in a UFO type K5. This photograph of a UFO type K5 was taken by Ralph Ditter over Zanesville, Ohio, USA, on November 13, 1966 - see [1P2] p. 103, [2P2] p. 253, [6P2] p. 92, [8P2] p. 140. The Sun was so positioned that its line of shadow revealed the outline of the crews' cabin and a flange. Thus, this photograph documents clearly that there is a horizontal flange at the base of UFOs, and that this flange has the shape of a horizontal lens. Thus the shape and location of this flange is identical to the flange of the Magnocraft - see also Img.012 (F1) and Img. (F19) /?/. In the Magnocraft this flange houses the vehicle's side propulsors. Note that the apex angle of the conical side walls of the crew cabin is significantly wider in this K5 type of UFOs than the same angle in UFOs type K3 and K4 (compare outline of crew cabins in Img.120 (P1), Img. (P2a), and Img.123 (P4)).

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