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Copyright Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

Here is the definition for the "type of Magnocrafts" (and UFOs) that I adopted in the monograph [1/4] and in other my publications. Type of Magnocrafts (and UFOs) is a name for the entire group of almost identical vehicles, which share exactly the same values of their basic design parameters, especially their: "K" factor, number “n” of side propulsors, major dimensions such as “d”, “D” and “H”, external shape, and various standardized features subjected to international (or interplanetary) agreements (e.g. the SUB system). Therefore any group of Magnocrafts (and UFOs) belonging to the same type, is able to couple together into homogenous arrangements, independently of who produced these vehicles and when, what is their purpose, etc. All Magnocraft (and UFOs) of the same type must also look identical from the outside, and must have the same number "n" of side propulsors. But they can be subdivided into slightly different internal rooms, may use different materials for their shells, be produced by different countries, companies, or civilisations, be made in different years, serve different purposes, and so on.

The external diameters (D) of subsequent types of Magnocrafts and UFOs are aligned according to a binary progression. Due to such their aligning the external diameter "D" of each larger type of the Magnocrafts (and UFOs) is obtained by doubling the diameter of the previous smaller type of this vehicle. Because there is a linear relationship between the outer diameters "D" and some other dimensions and parameters of the Magnocrafts (and UFOs), a number of various dimensions of these vehicles are also aligned in such a binary fashion. For example, the diameters "d" of the circles of vegetation scorched by propulsors of these vehicles in the landing sites of Magnocraft (and UFOs) - see Img.630/173 (#E1) below, must also be dimensioned in such a way that circles from each subsequent type of these vehicles are twice as big as circles produced by the previous type of these vehicles.

Img.630 (#E1a)

Img.173 (#E1b)

#1. The method involving proportion of main dimensions. It allows for the direct determination of the vehicle's type factor "K", through measurement of the apparent height "H" of the observed spacecraft (base to top) and then determining how many times this height is contained within the outer diameter "D" of the vehicle's flange (the result of the division K=D/H represents the value of "K" which must take one of the following "integer" numbers: K=3, K=4, K=5, K=6, K=7, K=8, K=9, or K=10). In the above example (Img.173 (#E1b) the apparent height "H" is contained three times in the vehicle's apparent diameter "D", thus the illustrated vehicle is type K3 (i.e. its type factor is equal to: K=3).

#2. The method involving counting the number "n" of the vehicle's side propulsors. The "K" factor is then determined from the following equation (F9): K=1+n/4 (see also equations F2 and F6, and Figure F28 in monograph [1/4]).

#3. The method involving counting the number of the “SUB” lamps. The "K" factor is then determined from the following equation: K=(SUB)/2 + 1.

#4. The method involving counting the number "f" of magnetic waves. The "K" factor is then calculated from the equation: K=1+f, where f=n/4 (see also subsection F7.2 and Figures P19D and P29 in monograph [1/4]).

#5. The method involving counting the number "crew" of the vehicle's crew members (do not confuse them with passengers). The "K" factor is equal to this number: K=crew (see Table F1 in monograph [1/4]).

#6. The method involving measurement of the nominal diameter "d" of the circular marks scorched during landings on the ground by the vehicle's side propulsors. The relationship between this diameter and the “K” factor is (F34): d = (0.5486/sqrt(2))2^K metres (where the symbol "sqrt" means "square root", while the symbol "^" means "the power of") - see equation F34 in monograph [1/4]. Thus knowing "d", the value of "K" can either be calculated from this equation or learned from columns "K" and "d" of Table F1 in monograph [1/4].

#7. The method involving identification of the vehicle's outlines by matching with the shapes of all eight types of Magnocraft (and UFOs) listed in Figure F19 from monograph [1/4] (K is determined through this identification).

#8. The method involving identification of characteristic attributes of the vehicle's interior. Data for this method is discussed in subsection F2.5 in monograph [1/4]. In turn an example of its use is provided in subsection P6.1 of smonograph [1/4].

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