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South Bend, IN,
originally posted by: robsmith
a reply to: thebozeian
Hi I know the flightpaths in my area as we have a municipal airport about 10 ks away an I live under a flight path. These landing craft are flying east to west. This odd craft was on a north to south loop.
This craft was not going in for a landing, also at being 10 ks away ftom the airport it would be way too early for landing lights.
Whatever this craft was it was flying a very odd circuit.
originally posted by: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
a reply to: robsmith
There are ‘alternative aircraft’ that do not do Bernoulli but have de-coupled from local gravity, are black, and triangle shaped.
They, supposedly, have a graphene skin and can rearrange the light source as needed. I have witnessed it happen! I no longer just look up and say “jumbo jet” or “Cessna” as those were shown to me as a possible configuration on the same craft (i.e., the BBT).
Your answer is, Big Black Triangle.
But we will probably never know.
A'n Airservices Australia spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia that it has not had any complaints about the plane. 'We understand it was conducting a survey that required it to fly back and forth in a grid pattern,' she said. 'This kind of 'airwork' (as it's known) is fairly common and permitted under CASA rules.'