When you’re looking for a hot spot on a UFO, don’t forget that you’re not just looking for an object that appears to be floating, but rather an object whose speed and location can be determined from its appearance.
The International UFO Reporting Network (UFORN) has recently released an infographic that explains how to spot hot spots on a hot-spot object.
This chart from UFORN describes the properties of the hot spots in the chart: “The most important features for hot spot object are speed, angle, and direction.
This is an important factor in the location of the object and is often measured with a ground-based radar system.
The speed and direction of the movement are often compared with the speed of sound, which can be found by measuring the angle between the object’s surface and the sky.
Objects are typically found in areas of low gravity, so they are usually in the center of a hotspot.
When they are near the surface, they may be moving away from the hot spot and thus may be in a different area of the sky.”
When you’re trying to identify a hot object, you should always be looking for its appearance: “When the object appears to float in the air, it can look like it is stationary.
However, when the object moves, it moves toward the horizon.
This movement can be seen by the angle of its rotation and the direction of its motion.
In general, objects moving toward the center are usually at a lower altitude than objects moving away.
Objects moving toward a hot center are more likely to be in close proximity to the center, such as within a few hundred meters.”
You can find the UFORn Hot Spot Map at: UFOHotSpotMap.org