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originally posted by: grey580
a reply to: spiritualarchitect
Depends I guess.
They probably want to get as high as they can as fast as they can to avoid detection.
originally posted by: gariac
I've done long exposure photographs of Janets landing at Groom Lake from Tikaboo Peak. (Tikaboo is the spot to view Groom Lake from "free" territory.) Realizing not everyone can make the excursion to Tikaboo, and it is getting really unlikely that the base will fly test aircraft when people are on the peak, I decided to see what could be documented from less adventurous locations.
I did a series of 10 minute exposures from Queen City Summit, a location north east of Groom Lake. However the Power Line Overlook would work, or hills on the west side of Groom Lake.
The idea is to capture trails of the aircraft made by the navigation lights.
The conclusion for this series of images is nothing but boring old Janets were flying.
originally posted by: WhyDidIJoin
a reply to: gariac
I don't see any con trails or exhaust. Can this be explained?