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Hessdalen - Pictures of the phenomena

Here are some pictures of the phenomena and from the fieldwork.

Picture A1 (small) Photo taken by Arne P. Thomassen the 25. October 1982. It is taken with a 400 mm lens in front, from the mountain Finnsåhøgda south, looking towards east.
Picture A2 (small) Photo taken by Arne P. Thomassen the 25. October 1982. It is taken with a 400 mm lens in front, from the mountain Finnsåhøgda south, looking towards east.
Picture A3 (small) This photo is also taken by Arne P. Thomassen the 25. October 1982. It is taken with a 400 mm lens in front, from the mountain Finnsåhøgda south, looking towards east.
Picture This photo is an enlargement of a picture taken by Arne P. Thomassen the 25. October 1982. It is taken with a 400 mm lens in front, from the mountain Finnsåhøgda south, looking towards east. It shows the form on the light which is called "trailer".
Picture of a flashing light (small) This photo is taken by Kurt Anderssen. He was located in Hessdalen, one evening during the winter 1982/1983, looking towards the mountain Finnsåhøgda. He used a 2000mm lens. A flashing light was coming above the mountain, which Kurt managed to get in the view of the camera.
Picture of a disappearing light (small) This photo shows a light that disappear during the exposure time. The light was standing still during the first part of the exposure time. Suddenly it was gone. The disappearing was captured on to the film.

Picture A4 (small)

These two pictures are taken by Leif Havik 12 February at 17.53. They are taken from Litlfjellet towards Hessdalen. In the upper picture you can see the northern part of Aspåskjølen. The light moved towards Litlfjellet, followed the valley to the left. The lower picture is taken just before the light disappears behind the mountain in the eastern part of Litlfjellet. He used a Nikon FG with a 50 mm lens.

Picture A5 (small)

Picture A6 (small) Photo taken by Arne P. Thomassen on 25 September between 19.00 and 20.30. It is taken with a 400 mm lens in front, from the mountain Finnsåhøgda south, looking towards east.
Picture taken the 25.September 1982 (small) This is the second photo taken by Arne P. Thomassen on the 25 September between 19.00 and 20.30. It is taken with a 400 mm lens in front, from the mountain Finnsåhøgda south, looking towards east. It is the same phenomena as the one above.
Picture Photo taken by Arne P. Thomassen October 1982. It is taken from the mountain Finnsåhøgda south, looking towards east. Arne used a Minolta XG-2 camera, with a Vivitar 400mm/5,6 lens.

Picture A7 (small) Photo showing the third category: Three lights together. The light at the right is red, and the two others are yellow-white. Leif Havik shot the picture on 18 March 1982, at 19.33. He used a Practica LTL-3 camera with a 135 mm lens equipped with a 2x teleconverter.

Picture A15 (small)

Photos taken by Roar Wister on Saturday 18 February at 20.18 (RW1/15-19). Pictures taken in east- northeasterly direction. Duration 2 minutes.

Picture A16 (small)
Picture A17 (small)
Picture A18 (small)
Picture A19 (small)

Picture A20 (small) Photo showing two moving lights over Finnsåhøgda (X/4). The picture above is enlarged. The picture below is grossly enlarged.
Picture A20-x (small)

Picture A12 (small) Photo taken by Roar Wister (RW1/3) Saturday 21 February at 19.23. Exposure time is 10 seconds. The aperture is f/5.6. It is taken with a Pentax ME Super with a Vivitar zoom lens with a range 75-205 mm, adjusted to 75 mm. Just after the picture was taken, an oscillation could be seen by the eyes. Probably the same oscillation which you see the start of in the picture. The frequency is 7 Hz.

Picture A8 (small)
Picture A8 (small)

Two photos taken by Björn Lagesson on Sunday 26 February at 03.08. They are taken with a grating in front. The lightstreak you see over the "lightpoint" is the spectrum of the light. The shortest wavelength is nearest the light. The picture at left is taken a few seconds before the picture at right. The report was rated at F5. You may read more about this story in the report: "Spectrographic records".

Picture of the headquarter in 1985 (small) The headquarter during Project Hessdalen fieldwork 1985.


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