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Lousma: We’ve seen several. It was a red one. Capcom: No, you may have told somebody, but it wasn’t this team. I don’t remember hearing about it. Lousma: I guess we didn’t report it. It was reflecting in red light and oscillating at, oh, counting its period of brightest to dimmest, about ten seconds. It led us into sunset. That was about three revs ago, I think. 291 Dr. Owen K. Garriott, who had taken four photographs of the red “satellite,” did not respond, and the topic was changed. During their debriefing of 4 October 1973, however, Major Lousma was able to coax the following statement from Garriott.

1 (formerly Confidential) and 940-105-3 (formerly Secret), which did not exactly match the file numbers he had been provided by the DND Records Management Office some 19 months earlier, viz: Unclassified, 940-150 Box 829624 (AF); Confidential, 940-5 Box 829627 (AF); Secret, 940-105-3 Box 829628 (AF); and Secret, 9150-4 (1963TS) Army. ”243 On the other hand, files known to have never been released included reports forwarded to DND by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) for at least the period between July 1947 and August 1961, as well as investigations by DND’s Scientific Deputy Chief of Technical Services, coordinated by its Director of Intelligence, from the early 1960s, presumably on to about March 1968 when DND’s investigative function was transferred to the NRC.

Spacecraft: Yea, we have a very, very many – look like hundreds of little particles banked on the left out about 3 to 7 miles. Capcom: Understand you have many small particles going by on the left. At what distance? Spacecraft: Oh about – it looks like a path of the vehicle at 90 degrees. Capcom: Roger, understand that they are about 3 to 4 miles away. Spacecraft: That’s what it appeared like. That’s roger. Capcom: Were these particles in addition to the booster and the bogey at 10 o’clock high?

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