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Originally posted by Manincloak
ShadowXIX, do ya recon you could say more about the mig and UFO dogfights?
If ET ships aren't affected by gravity, wouldn't there be no match for them?
And what about that glowing wing? Did the beam damage the wing? Sounds extremely interesting.
Originally posted by Centrist
I did a search on ATS and didn't find any discussion of Kapustin Yar. Odd, I thought, given the recent docudrama on the History channel called
Originally posted by ShadowXIX
Its was the same version that aired the first time. They showed what they believe the underground section looked like the first time aswell. "Zitcore" (sp?) is the name I believe the gave to that part of the base.
Russia's Yamantau mountain complex in the Ural mountains might be another prime choice for Russia to bring any such tech. That place is massive though not nearly as old as Kasputin Yar.
Info on Russian secret bases is lacking compared to that of the West bases like Area 51.
Originally posted by Fugue
Coordinates are as follows:
Kapustin Yar Main Complex: 48 33'27.47" N 45 54'01.43" E ...... Elev. ~ 25'
Yamantau Complex Entrance: 54 14'42.14" N 58 04'48.02" E ...... Elev. ~3201'
Google Earth images from these areas are labled as being 2006 DigitalGlobe but are shockingly low quality. Somehow I don't think they were using their 60cm (2') resolution QuickBird satelite to it's fullest capacity.
I was born on the top secret base in Russia and when I was 3 my family moved to KAPUSTIN YAR where I grew up and then moved in 2001.
My dad is former KGB officer and has access to all sections of many bases.
The crazy thing is that Kapustin Yar base is underground.
I know soooo much # about what was going on on the base
I remember my dad would meet with americans and go far on those fields and blast rockets