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Img.190 from Interpretation UFO photographs (#D4a)

Abb.191 from Interpretation UFO photographs (#D4b)

Sequence (#D4ab): Img.190/ Abb.191 A photo of a "semiset" (also known as a "semiset configuration") photographed in side view during the day, with the "magnetic vortex mode" of operation of its thrusters.

(Img.190) (#D4a): A photo of the configuration of UFO vehicles coupled together forming a flying "semiset". Its propulsion system operates in "magnetic vortex" mode.

Img.191) (#D4a): The spool-shaped coupling of the Magnocraft into a semisimple set. It is formed by coupling together two K3-type vehicles whose upper domes are adjacent to each other. Physical contact between the two vehicles occurs only at a single point, hence they are incapable of forming a permanent mechanical connection to ensure stable coupling. Therefore, the vehicles must be permanently coupled to each other via magnetic forces. The mutual attraction of the two ships' main propulsors keeps this configuration together, while the repulsion of their side propulsors from each other stabilizes the mutual orientation of the two ships. The high-output propulsors that lift and stabilize the entire configuration are: the main propulsor in the lower vehicle and the side propulsors in the upper vehicle. On the other hand, the main propulsor of the upper Magnocraft and the side propulsors of the lower Magnocraft produce only a low output, sufficient only to maintain the cohesion of the entire configuration.

Both vehicles have their high-expenditure propulsors oriented with opposite poles to each other. Thus the outlets of these propulsors must be connected with each other by columns of highly concentrated magnetic field that look like beams made of a black substance (see also "black beams" from Figures F6, F10 and F28b in monograph [1/4]). The cross section of these "black beams" reflects the square shape of the oscillatory chambers that produce the magnetic field in this craft. The above illustration shows, among others, the course of these "black beams". The letters "N" and "S" show the polarity of the magnetic field produced by the individual propulsors of both ships.

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