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originally posted by: Jukiodone
originally posted by: TheBogmonster
Jeez... BAE managed to test a platform in the UK with only 1 fuzzy pic snapped and no details released in over 10 years, and even that pic got misidentified as a US Black project!
And that's in little old England, look at the size of the US - add Canadian airspace too and that's an awful lot of places to hide something like this Green Lady
Lets be honest, if you wanted to fly at altitude at night- the UK is covered in low lying cloud most of the time.
You get 1 or 2 nights per week with good astronomical visibility (i.e no clouds) but it would be easy to stay hidden with a bit of advance meteorological planning.
@SG7: I like the pic. still lots of question marks on that one for me.
Sort of related...did you see this pic (on the right) which was posted on here as "taken over Canada"?:
originally posted by: EartOccupant
a reply to: LeviWardrobe
Let me help you:
Cant find it posted elsewhere but with your errr.... boundless enthusiasm and ACCESS TO SUPERCOMPUTERS - can you investigate as I am too lazy?
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: Fastmover
It never ceases to amaze me that people think we can keep normal aircraft secret, but that the DIA would allow every deep dark secret about one of the biggest, darkest SAPs in our inventory to be posted on the Internet without even blinking.