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originally posted by: SeaWorthy
originally posted by: BlueAjah
a reply to: PokeyJoe
That link will not load for me.
What is it about?
Or... is that point? All of the SOHO nasa.gov pages are not loading.
Loads for me but I am not seeing anything interesting?
originally posted by: SpartanStoic
Zerohedge posted something earlier, apologies if I missed it earlier in the thread, just off an airplane for a biz trip, TLDR.
The interesting part...
Just in case you were blowing off the tin-foil-hat views of the observatory closure, we note that all these solar/space cams down at the same time:
AXIS 232D Network Dome Camera located in Sydney Australia
Webcams located at SOAR Observatory – The Southern Astrophysical Research Telescope located in Chile
BRT Tenerife Telescope Webcam located in Spain
Webcam located at Mauna Kea observatory at the University of Hawaii Hilo
Webcam from the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope observatory in Hawaii
Webcam at JAT OBservatory in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania
originally posted by: 321cya
a reply to: threeeyesopen
I'm local. I don't know, but it may have been me that you are referencing talking about the aircraft activity in the area. I did post something here about that yesterday.
I'm actually driving past the Air Force Base right now.
Usually there's sorties of 2-3 f-18s flying in close proximity at low altitudes around this area. Lately past couple of days) it's been a solo plane I can't identify at a much higher altitude. I'm not saying it's a different plane, just that I can't tell what it is because it's higher than they usually are. And this may not be anything weird at all, they change their flight schedules often. But for the past couple months the Germans that are leaving have been trying to burn all their fuel stores and there was a new F-16 Squadron that moved in that's been Airborne a lot. I've been on the other side of the mountains in Las Cruces all day so I don't know what's been above the Tularosa basin today. I'll keep my ears and eyes open now that I'm home.
Usually, I would've seen a few take off on my drive from Cruces to Alamo but I haven't seen any so far.
but again, I'm just a civilian and I have no inside knowledge to the Air Force Base. Just pointing out my observations as a local