Photos below are taken from a video that claims the craft shown is a TR-3B. Some of the photos were shrunk to 90% to fit them together. But on the first series on this page, pictures 1B and 1C were not reduced in size. Pictures 1A, 1B, and 1C are noteworthy in that the angle from the top wing of the craft to just above a star does not appear to change despite the passage of about 4 seconds. The angular distance between the craft and the star doubles (approximately) from 7 to 9 second, but does not change much, if at all, from 9 to 11 seconds. At 9 seconds (figure 1B) a second star is visible above the first, but it is not there at 11 seconds (figure 1C). As the top set of pictures makes clear with the yellow lines added, the apparent (angular) size of the craft is virtually identical at 9 and 11 seconds (which raises issues of credibility) - this despite its forward progress on the video until it halts and rotates at 35 seconds into the video. Why the night-vision camera was ready to shoot this particular footage is not yet clear, athough it might have been in response to reports on TV, as with the Phoenix incident (witnessed even by the Governor of Arizona, who admits to disinformation on the link).