The 22 September 1979 Vela Incident: The Detected Double-Flash

@article{Wright2017The2S,
  title={The 22 September 1979 Vela Incident: The Detected Double-Flash},
  author={Christopher M. Wright and L.‐E. De Geer},
  journal={Science \& Global Security},
  year={2017},
  volume={25},
  pages={124 - 95}
}
ABSTRACT On 22 September 1979 two optical sensors on U.S. satellite Vela 6911 detected a double-flash of light that appeared characteristic of an atmospheric nuclear explosion conducted over the southern Atlantic or Indian Ocean. It became known as the Vela Incident, Event 747, or Alert 747. An anomaly between the amplitude of the two signals during the second pulse led a U.S. government expert panel established to assess the event to conclude in mid-1980 that a more likely explanation was the… 
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