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This would be a little puzzling considering that when I was last at Edwards AFB, just last March, the whole 'East Base' complex, where heavy bombers, the B-2 and the Airborne Laser were housed, is being converted for a massive 'new program' that will be coming out of the black fairly soon. Even the B-52s and B-1s that called East Base home for decades have now been moved to the main Edwards ramp in preparation for this new program, which is almost without any doubt the LRS-B.
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: mbkennel
It crosses from horizon to horizon between 90 and 120 seconds on average. Even if you detect it, what exactly are you going to do about it in that time frame? And that's before you add in the altitude that it is at.