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posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 11:06 PM
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That's a bit old news don't ya think?
news.softpedia.com...
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posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 11:14 PM
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Maybe but I just saw it a few minutes ago...

At least it didn't get high enough to give us another Roswell



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 11:37 AM
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Its not as old as 2009 as poorly reported in the article you posted.... Try 2010 from the horses mouth, or rear end


www.nasa.gov...

The reality is that there is another whole story to that balloon which not even you picked up on..


Wanna a Robe to relax in mate ? I have a spare one



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:38 PM
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What?

The failed launch happened in 2009. The article I linked is dated October 23, 2010, after the article you linked, and contains excerpts from the investigation referred to.

But my point was that the failed launch happened almost two years ago.
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posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:43 PM
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Ya confusing me! Are you saying that Nasa have a track record of crashing UFOS in Alice Springs


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Space balloon crashes into car in Alice By Jano Gibson, Anna Henderson and Kirsty Nancarrow Updated Fri Apr 30, 2010 10:38am AEST


www.abc.net.au...
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posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:48 PM
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They have more $$$ than anyone knows. I have seen the latest technology over my house. These craft are able to fly outside the atmosphere as easily as you drive to the grocery store.

Also while on the phone once with the commander of the base in s. cal. He did a flyby of some of the more known jets as a show of his influence.

I did not look out but felt and heard them go over at the beginning of the conversation and then as we hung up once more.

If it was a scare tactic, it did not work because it is 'our' technology not theirs.

It is a beautiful thing as Auntie Di would say.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:48 PM
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Like I said, get out of that CIA coat and take a robe...Retirement will feel good



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:52 PM
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Sorry for the "off-topic" post, but I'll keep it short. It's good to see you posting again, Phage! I seldom agreed with you and I doubt if that will change any time soon, but I did miss you and that damned logic of your's!



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:54 PM
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Agreed, as Phage and I have not always seen eye to eye and i have even been reprimanded in past for not following T@Cs when 'discussing' with him, It is indeed good to see him back on the forum. Star for your post!



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:54 PM
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Oh.
Ok. The article I linked has the wrong date. It was in April 2010.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 12:58 PM
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Thankyou! I'm quite sure Phage was missed by more than a few of us, and I only thought it was time someone said so.



posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 01:02 PM
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Ya


...and YOU ALL still miss the relevance to that complete failure and this thread



posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 06:00 PM
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Originally posted by observe50Unfortunately they are in the deepest of our waters and we don't have anything that can reach them.


You sure about that?





Okay so at the time I posted that I didn't have the info on the craft on the right. It is quite likely that thing could be a source of USO sightings... but they would in fact be UUV sightings (Unnmanned Undersea Vehicles)

This is the MANTA
Autonomous Surveillance and Attack Platform





Manta: Autonomous Surveillance and Attack Platform
ONR Program Code 333
May 2009

The Manta concept was formulated in the 1990s as a viable means to extend the reach of the submarine in hostile or dangerous environments. Scale models of the Manta vehicle were fabricated and tested for hydrodynamic stability. The concept led to the construction of a large-scale unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) testbed, known as the Manta Test Vehicle, or MTV. The MTV demonstrated many of the capabilities of a large UUV, although it did not have the conformal shape proposed for the actual system.

In this concept, the Mantas are a match for the outside conformal shape of the submarine bow, and detach and
reattach as missions dictate. They carry a suite of sensors, which augment the organic capability of the host platform when the Manta vehicles are docked. The concept also includes weapons and other devices, such as countermeasures and nontraditional sensors. The Manta can be sent into forward areas for both reconnaissance and offensive/defensive missions.

The Manta would reduce the risk to the submarine during certain missions in dangerous environments by eliminating the need for the larger platform to perform them independently. The large UUV Mantas would be sent into harm’s way at no risk to crew and can provide an extended standoff range for the submarine’s organic sensors.

What is it?
Manta is a concept for an autonomous surveillance and attack platform (a large format unmanned underwater vehicle, or UUV), which provides an extended reach for the submarine platform.

How does it work?
Mantas would match the outside conformal shape of the submarine bow, and detach and reattach as missions dictate. They would carry a suite of sensors, weapons, and other devices, such as countermeasures and nontraditional
sensors.

What will it accomplish?
The Manta would reduce risk to the submarine during certain missions in dangerous environments by eliminating the need for the larger platform to perform them independently.


PDF Public Release
www.cnic.navy.mil...

UNMANNED UNDERSEA VEHICLES AND GUIDED MISSILE SUBMARINES:
Technological and Operational Synergies



The Navy’s Vision: Manta


The U.S. Navy’s center of excellence for naval undersea warfare systems is the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC) in Newport, Rhode Island. By developing the master plan, NUWC has created the Navy’s vision for the future in unmanned undersea systems, which includes a fleet of UUVs known as Mantas in support of manned platforms.14 Mantas are conceptual systems that extend the coverage of naval forces while greatly reducing the risk. These systems are envisioned to operate from standoff ranges, transit covertly to the mission area, and use advanced payloads to perform intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, tactical oceanography, and anti-submarine warfare. While their exact size, range, and cost has not been determined, Manta vehicles will be deployed from submarine or surface platforms.15 This envisioned system contains multiple vehicles that are attached to the outside of the hull of a submarine in a manner which would allow the submarine to operate quietly whether or not they were in place on the hull.


UNMANNED UNDERSEA VEHICLES AND GUIDED MISSILE SUBMARINES: - [PDF]
www.au.af.mil...
Technological and Operational Synergies
by Edward A. Johnson, Jr., Commander, U.S. Navy
February 2002
Occasional Paper No. 27
Center for Strategy and Technology, Air War College, Air University
Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama



They carry a suite of sensors, which augment the organic capability?? of the host platform when the Manta vehicles are docked. The concept also includes weapons and other devices, such as countermeasures and nontraditional sensors.

I wonder what they mean by 'organic capability' and 'nontraditional sensors'

More Info from Web Archives

US Navy Naval Undersea Warfare Center MANTA UUV (unmanned underwater vehicle) concept

From the RUSSIAN no less


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posted on Mar, 12 2011 @ 01:04 AM
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Well I'm from Australia, and the link works for me..



posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 09:29 AM
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Keeping the Nasa Drongo's in Check








English: HOUSTON (March 25, 2009) Lt. Cmdr. Chris Cassidy, center, practices docking the space shuttle with his shuttle commander and pilot in a virtual reality simulator at Johnson Space Center. Cassidy, a U.S. Navy SEAL, is a mission specialist in the upcoming mission STS-127 to the International Space Station scheduled for June. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Dominique M. Lasco/Released)


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posted on Jun, 4 2011 @ 11:00 AM
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Sure youve probably already had a more informed reply, but it i speculated that for black ops 6 stars, or 5 and 1 stars signifies ties to the groom lake facilities. Couldn't really speculate on the model, though im sure someone will be able to when given a rough timeframe.



posted on Jun, 4 2011 @ 05:52 PM
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Wow, looks like something from Star Trek.

I wonder if they have these things with small crews, two or three people. It is hard to transmit signals deep underwater, and that would be a dead give away to anyone monitoring the area. A small crew would make these ships completely independent.

I also wonder if they wouldn't have submarines that are attached under surface going ships. They could move into an area like the Black sea, detached the stealth ships, which sink down to depths which makes their detection very difficult, and no one would know they are there.



posted on Jun, 4 2011 @ 06:29 PM
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I would suspect that if the ship is truly a "black ops" project, it would employ other "black ops" technology. Communications via gravity wave, for example.

There was a thread on ATS by a guy calling himself "Astrophysicist", claiming to work for NASA. He made claims that the Spirit rover employed FTL communications. It was an interesting idea, the way he put it, and not totally implausible.



posted on Jun, 4 2011 @ 06:41 PM
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Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
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I would suspect that if the ship is truly a "black ops" project, it would employ other "black ops" technology. Communications via gravity wave, for example.

There was a thread on ATS by a guy calling himself "Astrophysicist", claiming to work for NASA. He made claims that the Spirit rover employed FTL communications. It was an interesting idea, the way he put it, and not totally implausible.


AstroEngineer's Blog

After this facinating tale from a would be whistle blower he has a breakdown of sorts and then all quiet.

0CD
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posted on Jun, 4 2011 @ 07:09 PM
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That is the one. I think he was hounded by multiple people, at least initially.

And I think the attention he got scared the bejeezus out of him. His post about Wikileaks talks about how the government, when they hire you into a secure position, will put you through a polygraph. While there, you bare your soul and give over the darkest secrets you have, ostensibly to stave off a blackmail by making yourself "blackmail proof".

Problem is, he gave that information to the worlds biggest blackmailer, the US Government. Dying is not as bad as having your very ego ripped out and destroyed in full public view.





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