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Metadata2go: Get Metadata from Video or Photos https://www.metadata2go.com
Find out exactly where and what time a video or photo was taken. Invaluable for investigations!
Flight Radar 24:
A paid subscription service that shows the history of anything airborne including planes, helicopters, and balloons. If you need someone to look this up several of us have a subscription. Send a request to Margie Kay or Larry Tyree.
See sites around the world live:https://www.earthcam.com/
Info about SpaceX:https://www.spacex.com
Whats in Space: See where all space objects are located: http://space.tannhuser.de/
All about Space and a live feed from the ISS: https://www.space.com/
Weather Balloon Information from the National Weather Service:
Twice a day, every day of the year, weather balloons are released simultaneously from almost 900 locations worldwide! This includes 92 released by the National Weather Service in the US and its territories. The balloon flights last for around 2 hours, can drift as far as 125 miles away, and rise up to over 100,000 ft. (about 20 miles) in the atmosphere. The balloons, which start out measuring about 6 ft. wide before release, expand as they rise to about 20 ft. in diameter. https://www.weather.gov/bmx/kidscorner_weatherballoons
UFO Sentineltakes UFO reports online. Investigators should check this site for any correlating reports.
National UFO Reporting Center takes UFO reports online. Investigators should check this site for any correlating reports.
Video of a weather balloon launch, taken at the National Weather Service office in Green Bay, WI. Attached to the balloon is the actual instrument called a radiosonde. The radiosonde measures temperature, pressure, and humidity; the instrument is tracked so that wind speed and direction can also be measured. This video was shot in 2002.