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Abb.128 (P9) A spherical flying complex of two UFOs, type K6, photographed over Sweden by Lars Thorn on 6 May 1971 (see also Img.024 (F10)).
(a) The theoretical appearance of a spherical flying complex formed from two Magnocraft type K3 (instead from two UFOs type K6 shown on the Thorn's photo). The theoretical shape and appearance of Magnocraft type K6 is illustrated in Img.031 (F13) and Img. (F25) /?/.
(b) The cut-away in the spherical complex of Magnocraft type K3 that shows the theoretical principle of formation of such a complex.
Shown are: the orientation of magnetic poles (N, S) in the main propulsor (M) and in subsequent side propulsors (U); mutual location of crew cabins (1, 2) of both vehicles; "onion charcoal" (C) which in special circumstances settles on the (N) outlet from the main propulsor; and the so-called "angel's hair" (A) which is a kind of jelly hydraulic substance (similar to white from eggs) positioned between both vehicles in order to neutralize forces of mutual attraction between their main propulsors. The onion charcoal pills from UFOs during landing. In turn angel's chair fall down after both vehicles separate from each other. The silky strands of angel's chair can frequently be spotted when they lie on fields or hang from trees before they have the time to evaporate.
(c) The entire frame of Thorn's photograph. It shows a UFO hovering motionlessly. From my research it appears that a crew of such a UFO includes scientists specialised in geological research. (This is why landings of UFOs type K6 can be found near stones, interesting cracks of the soil, etc.) It is worth to notice that a UFO from this photograph also seems to be interested in nearby geological structures.
(d) The enlargement of the photographed complex of the K6 UFOs from part (c). On this enlargement the correctness of equation (F10) for the K coefficient can be verified. (For a spherical flying complexes this equation takes the form (F17): K=2D/H.) For UFOs and Magnocraft type K6 this coefficient takes the value of K=6.
(e) The reconstruction of the appearance and shape of this complex, prepared by the Stockholm investigating group GICOFF. This reconstruction, together with the above photographs, is published in [1P2] p. 81. It very clearly reveals the double flange that fastens the resultant complex half way of its height. This flange is formed through coupling together the lens-shaped side flanges of both vehicles. In the lower vehicle, the outlet from the main propulsor is visible. In the upper vehicle four black bars are visible as they stem from side propulsors.

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