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originally posted by: Justoneman
a reply to: greatgooglymoogly
While I think you are right, there is little evidence that certain members won't be along shortly to 'straighten you out'.
originally posted by: RussianTroll
a reply to: Justoneman
I think that this is a multifunctional radio complex "Sura", designed to study the ionosphere. Scientists themselves declare that they know nothing about the military use of the installation; such a task has never been set. Analog "Sura" is developed by China.
The complex is located near the town of Vasilsursk, 150 kilometers from Nizhny Novgorod. In 2017, the Western press reported that the complex was located in a fully closed zone and was guarded by two C-500 divisions.
Does this photo remind you nothing? If it were not for the landscape, I would say that this is the American installation of HAARP (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program), which has been operating in Gakon, Alaska since 1997. The work of NAARP was temporarily suspended in 2013 after a scandal with catastrophic heat in the European part of Russia in the summer of 2010. The media claimed that the response of Russia was Hurricane Sendi, after which the HAARP project was suspended. However, in 2017, the work of HAARP was resumed.
In Russian, this is called "what a hi, such an answer")))