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The largest object was assessed as being 24m, he said. "There's another one that's smaller than that and a number of other images in the general area of the biggest one.'' He said four aircraft had been reoriented to locate the objects about 2500km southwest of Perth. A Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) Orion aircraft arrived in the area about 1.50pm.
A further three aircraft have been tasked by RCC Australia to the area later today, including a Royal New Zealand Air Force Orion and United States Navy P8 Poseidon aircraft.
The Poseidon aircraft is expected to arrive at 3pm. The second RAAF Orion is expected to depart RAAF Base Pearce at 6pm.
reply to post by charlyv
Yes ive done my research on this...its like the fallacy of autoland and people thinking the plane can land by itself with no human interaction. Im sure those capabilities exist in the military industrial complex,however they have not reached civilian aircraft at this time.