Odd Markings In China... Signal to passing space craft?

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posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 06:20 AM
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It's a star chart.




posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 06:41 AM
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Roads and Airports;

I dont see whats so weird about it;

The united states also has these circular landing strips around the Area 51 area;

i believe that in the center is an underground base or conveyor that lifts the plane up to the center of the circle for takeoff



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 06:43 AM
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Originally posted by zorgon
This one must be a target of some kind






That is morse code in a circular frame, if someone has the time to str8ten out the code it will say something (In Chinese mind you) but can be translated

Valorian

[edit on 28-9-2009 by Valorian]



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 08:00 AM
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Originally posted by Valorian

Originally posted by zorgon
This one must be a target of some kind






That is morse code in a circular frame, if someone has the time to str8ten out the code it will say something (In Chinese mind you) but can be translated

Valorian

[edit on 28-9-2009 by Valorian]


looks like a weapons effect test site

we had a couple of them at China Lake Calif. the walls around the center are to show how the fragments perform.
and the aircraft are set to show the damage to ground targets.

China Lake Weapons Test arenas.
35º 42' 27.77N 117º 38' 29.87"W
35º 41' 59.78"N 117º 38' 3724"W

As for the white patterns. When the US navy started to test cruise missiles they set up a target in the desert and fired the missile from off the coast.
between the time they mapped the route to the target someone graded a new road on the base near the target.

When the missile got to the new road it got lost and the controllers of the test had to destroy the missile.
In case the Chinese are checking ATS for secrets.
The Navy went to a different system for the missile to track by.



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:03 AM
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Found another camouflaged site. This one was a bit harder to see:




40 29'19.00" N, 93 27'23.44 E



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 11:35 AM
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What is that!!

(Sorry.Dont know how to take a screenshot)

40°22'32.88"N 93°50'46.01"E



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 12:23 PM
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Thanks! I was looking for that spot again... I had an old screen capture but the old google didn't show much. Just below that there are some really odd walls and other things that are fenced off and what looks like an Archeological dig.

Give me a few minutes and I will do the captures

Been searching for the Zhang Zhung Kingdom but this site is too far north for that... but dang this is amazing





[edit on 28-9-2009 by zorgon]



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 12:35 PM
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All I can say is DROPAZ-ZOPAZ-HANZ LOOKEM UP they crashed around the sichuan province THE CHINESE HAVE DROPA STONES ALSO read on em and the intentional/flood that happaned in this area recently due to the 3 gorges dam CHINA JUST PLAY SLICKER GAMES THEN THE US BUT ALL SUPER POWERS SHOULD OF RECIEVED GREETINGS NOW.

[edit on 9/28/09 by Ophiuchus 13]



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 01:53 PM
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This looks like it might be close to the Jade Gate region of China, portal to the silk roads of asia. Me thinks a Nellis type bombing range might be a little rough on the ancient archeological sites in the region. Now there must be some interesting history to the aquaplane design that would make a good UFO story. Landing site for extraterrestrials?


edit:

The circular landing site with the three older MIG replicas must be some kind of sign created by an artist. I'm beginning to wonder if all these commissioned artistic renderings are linked somehow?

I'm waiting for the confused little aliens from Ross 248 to show up with the pioneer 10 gold disk, then maybe we will get some better answers.





[edit on 28-9-2009 by fromunclexcommunicate]



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 02:54 PM
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I am totally unsure what on earth that is,but my perception is that this object seems to be descending into some sort of lower levels underground!

Is this the same general area where there is a mock up of an area of Northern Pakistan?

It is certainly one of the most interesting areas to be found on google earth!

Thanx for bringing it to our attention!



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 03:59 PM
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Sent you a U2U but you ran away again


I will wait till you answer... Besides this will take me a while to trace back



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 04:05 PM
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Originally posted by fromunclexcommunicate
Me thinks a Nellis type bombing range might be a little rough on the ancient archeological sites in the region.


I agree... yet info is not easy to find on this area and I don't speak Chinese.

The Chinese equivalent of the Neveda Test Site for Nuclear Testing is here, not far from where we are looking right now. There is another archeaological site of real interest near the nuke site... something the Chinese didn't want the world to know back in the 50's-60's... that the original inhabitants were very tall white people. I am working on that as well

Never enough time



Here is the Area 19 of China... I also have the Russian ones (they have two) if anyone is interested

+41° 31' 50.13", +88° 49' 43.06"



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 05:50 PM
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Originally posted by ANNED

Originally posted by Valorian

Originally posted by zorgon
This one must be a target of some kind






That is morse code in a circular frame, if someone has the time to str8ten out the code it will say something (In Chinese mind you) but can be translated

Valorian

[edit on 28-9-2009 by Valorian]


looks like a weapons effect test site

we had a couple of them at China Lake Calif. the walls around the center are to show how the fragments perform.
and the aircraft are set to show the damage to ground targets.

China Lake Weapons Test arenas.
35º 42' 27.77N 117º 38' 29.87"W
35º 41' 59.78"N 117º 38' 3724"W

As for the white patterns. When the US navy started to test cruise missiles they set up a target in the desert and fired the missile from off the coast.
between the time they mapped the route to the target someone graded a new road on the base near the target.

When the missile got to the new road it got lost and the controllers of the test had to destroy the missile.
In case the Chinese are checking ATS for secrets.
The Navy went to a different system for the missile to track by.



the pictures of the circular landing strips around Area 51 area didnt have any of the walls that you see in this picture, and it was alot bigger



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 07:08 PM
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There was an old bombing range north of Las Vegas that had a calibration pattern that would have been useful for early satellites or possibly high altitude bombing sights. I'm not sure what those triangle things are but my first impression was they might have been an early antennae system? Not sure when the Aquaduct was built through the array but that would date it.

+36°18'51.06" -115° 2'54.64"




[edit on 28-9-2009 by fromunclexcommunicate]



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 09:40 PM
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Originally posted by neformore
Me, I'm suprised you missed the bunkers further over, and what looks lile some kind of missile launching site


Not missed Nothing
Just no room in thread

Here is the 'back door' Gate Seems both gates are unmanned so the site must be deserted now





www.thelivingmoon.com...



posted on Sep, 28 2009 @ 10:26 PM
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the funny white lines are tunnels i think. you can see they are three dimensional and not flat 2d things if you make it a negative in paintshop and adjust the brightness/contrast. clever use of the color white, i'm thinking, to oversaturate the satellite camera?



posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 03:59 AM
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Here is my first thought when I saw your OP:


Riddle of China's Area 51

On the internet, a little mystery can go a long way.
Six weeks ago, a man living in Germany and calling himself KenGrok, announced a fascinating discovery on a Google Earth Community forum. Poring over satellite images of China on the free Google Earth service, he came across a strange plot of land - approximately 900 metres by 700 metres, about the size of six Sydney Cricket Grounds.

The land, which KenGrok said was landscape that had been modelled for military purposes, is situated near the town of Huangyangtan about 35 kilometres from Yinchuan, the capital of the autonomous region of Ningxia, in northern China. Nearby, there is a substantial facility complete with rows of red-roofed buildings, scores of what look to be military trucks and a large compound with elevated lookout posts and a large communications tower. The land was contoured in a way that was out of sync with the surrounding countryside. It appeared to be a mountainous region, complete with snow-capped peaks and glacial valleys dotted with numerous lakes. Yet this piece of land was slap bang in the middle of a largely arid area due west of the rich alluvial plains bordering the upper reaches of the Yellow River.

A fellow Google Earth enthusiast suggested that the topography indicated that this was probably a model of land on one of China's frontiers. KenGrok went looking and two weeks later came back with the answer. The swatch was a scale model of 157,500 square kilometres of territory in and around China's Aksai Chin border region that abuts India and Pakistan.

The scale is exactly 500:1.

Tim Brown, a senior fellow specialising in satellite imagery analysis at GlobalSecurity.org, said it was one of the more intriguing discoveries he had come across. He said that, while he was aware of military trainers using terrain models, these were mostly only on a much smaller scale.


My guess would be that those are Military Terrain Models, possibly being laid out as a topographical grid while they are being constructed, or for computer terrain recognition as mentioned with the cruise missiles above. If you notice, some of the white lines seem to follow terrain features. Interesting thread though Zorg...


Edit to add:
That is the exact same location, I found a video of it on DiscloseTV:
Chinese Area 51

Here is additional Information and Photos:



Breaking news: China’s real Area 51 UFO zone revealed
Michael Cohen m.cohen@--.com

For years many westerners, especially UFO researchers, have wondered where China’s equivalent of the Area-51 in the US is without being able to pinpoint a location. Now thanks to an All News Web exclusive investigation we are able to solve this mystery with a high degree of certainty.

Recently this article along with photos appeared in the Govt owned Chinese regional newspaper, Sichuan Daily. The most curious article, titled 'A large number of Air Force SU-30/SU-27 fighters assemble in China's Area 51',refers to an area in the Sichuan province and includes some photos. The article mentiones that a large scale gathering and training exercise involving China’s hi-tech SU-27 jet-fighters is taking place there at the current time. Strangely, the article does not specify the exact location of this event.

Even stranger is the article's lengthy explanation of the original Area 51’s alien and UFO connection all while referring to this area as China's equivalent. Thanks to some sharp-eyed local readers, the area has been now been identified as within the Chengdu Military Zone near the city of Chengdu which is the capital of the south-western province of Sichuan. The specific field lies between the Chengdu Military Area Air Force Command headquarters and the Bai Shiyi (White City) Military Airport. Does this represent a leak by the Chinese authorities designed to reveal that they too possess UFO technology?

Many will be asking why China is now engaging in these intense military exercises. Others will be asking if there is a connection to this area and the alleged UFO bases high in the Himalayas to its west or if activities here have anything to do with the multitude of mass UFO sightings occurring throughout China. One thing is for certain, China’s newly revealed Area 51 probably holds some earth-shattering secrets.


[edit on 9/29/2009 by defcon5]



posted on Sep, 29 2009 @ 10:29 AM
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In case the Chinese are checking ATS for secrets. The Navy went to a different system for the missile to track by.


I was going to look for the latest CE statistics to do a Maximum LOM calculation for a LG system but apparently my Firefox browser doesn't have the necessary security strength to access the site. Any help would be appreciated.



posted on Oct, 2 2009 @ 06:45 PM
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I was checking into this area you mention and started looking around and found this at 40.410524,93.567326 as you can see its a perfect triangle I am looking for a better picture to see what it may be.



[edit on 2-10-2009 by XeoniX]



posted on Oct, 2 2009 @ 07:35 PM
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Originally posted by defcon5
The land, which KenGrok said was landscape that had been modelled for military purposes, is situated near the town of Huangyangtan about 35 kilometres from Yinchuan, the capital of the autonomous region of Ningxia, in northern China. Nearby, there is a substantial facility complete with rows of red-roofed buildings, scores of what look to be military trucks and a large compound with elevated lookout posts and a large communications tower. The land was contoured in a way that was out of sync with the surrounding countryside. It appeared to be a mountainous region, complete with snow-capped peaks and glacial valleys dotted with numerous lakes. Yet this piece of land was slap bang in the middle of a largely arid area due west of the rich alluvial plains bordering the upper reaches of the Yellow River.


The Area KenGrok found is not the same as this one (The one in the movie you linked is the same)


The KenGrock Area is one I was going to post another thread on but I will add it here as its only one location

Huangyangtanzhan
1:500 scale model re-creation of Aksai Chin

+38° 15' 57.00", +105° 57' 6.50"




On the west side of the village Huangyangtan is what I take to be a military facility of some kind (judging by the masses of olive-colored trucks parked there). And right next to that is a scale-model of a landscape. I haven't tried to identify which region it depicts, but it doesn't seem to be a model of the region where this has been built. The model is mostly mountain ranges, complete with lakes and snow-capped peaks.

Googling Huangyangtan comes up with a number of reports about anti-desertification measures to be taken there (assuming this is the same Huangyangtan as I have found here). There does seem to be a lot of tree-planting around the facility and the model. But not enought to stop sand from blowing into Beijing. The whole area to the west looks like a military exercise area. Maybe if I could read them the giant Chinese letters painted onto some of the hills would tell me more about that area, at least.

In any case, any ideas what the function of this model landscape has?

-- KenGrok


bbs.keyhole.com...

The area is a scale map of Aksai Chin..
35° 7′ 0″ N, 79° 8′ 0″ E


Aksai Chin (Simplified Chinese: 阿克赛钦, Ākèsàiqīn,Hindi:अकसाई चिन) is a region located at the juncture of China, Pakistan, and India. It represents about one fifth of Jammu and Kashmir. It is administered by China and claimed by India. Aksai Chin is one of the two main border disputes between India and China, the other being the dispute over Arunachal Pradesh. Aksai Chin (the name literally means "Chin's desert of white stones") is a vast high-altitude desert of salt that reaches heights up to 5,000 metres. It covers an area of 42685 km2 of the disputed territory. Geographically part of the Tibetan Plateau, Aksai Chin is referred to as the Soda Plain. The region is almost uninhabited, has no permanent settlements, and receives little precipitation as the Himalayan and other mountains block the rains from the Indian monsoon.


en.wikipedia.org...

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