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Originally posted by Zaphod58
It looks like a Surface to Air Missile site. I bet it's somewhere near Nellis AFB. They have dozens of SAM sites out on the bombing ranges for training. The central square is the control site, the others are the launchers.
Originally posted by Duality
On another note I just realised that if you have Google Earth updated to a version that can show the sky, the Messier 101 Galaxy appears directly above the site.
This panoramic includes the soviet "spoon rest"radar at the right. [Actually, this is a variant of the Spoon Rest, since the array at the back gate has 16 yagi antennas, while the Spoon Rest has 12.] You can click on the image to get a higher resolution image. [Dejavu plug in required.] The Spoon Rest has an interesting history. It is associated with the SA-2 surface to air missile system. This is the missile that shot down Gary Power's U2 over Russia. The SA-2 sites were one of the early targets in the 2nd Gulf War. SpaceDaily.com reported a "spoon rest" radar was destroyed on 11/21/2002 in the "No Fly" zone as a precursor to the coalition attack on Iraq: