posted on Oct, 10 2017 @ 11:17 AM
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: mightmight
It's hard to mistake a solid light, that never changes intensity or speed, while traveling in a straight line for a meteor. Or a satellite, when it's
far brighter than every other satellite.
Well think about it this way - which is more likley - several members of this board observing an actual highly classified hypersonic vehicle by chance
in the wild or mistake something for it?
It would actually be a pretty active program for that to happen, wouldnt it? If so, why doesnt it get spotted more often outside these boards? The
X-37b cant make a wrong turn without it getting posted all over the net but the US is operating some atmosphere zipping craft for years/deacdes
without getting caught? This is not some stealthy flying wing or whatever they can put away at some dusty airbase out west.
If some kind of boost glide program exist today (and i'm not at all saying it doesnt, far from it), i'd argue they dont take it out to play very
Not saying it cant happen or didnt happen in your case, but sometimes we see things because we want them to see.