posted on Apr, 27 2010 @ 01:38 PM
reply to post by anon72
Now hang on,something is going on here.
What you speak of ,The PGS(Prompt global strike)has been tested.
Does it have other names?
is this the same craft?
Some details are beginning to emerge regarding the failure of an advanced US military hypersonic glider test above the Pacific last week. However,
a complete picture of what happened to the HTV-2 test platform may never appear, as communications with it were lost early in the flight.
Of the two launches we know happened the other day,one has been lost?
Was the whole launch a test to see if the X-37B could shoot down a mach 5+ missile?
Thereby countering what the usual supects are thought to be making by our intel people?
A top-secret rocket has been launched by the US military amid rumours its purpose is to perform experiments for a space weapons programme.
Officially the project will test a new space shuttle, the X-37B, that will look at safer and cheaper ways to return spacecraft to earth.
But the details of its payload, experiments and orbital operations have all been classified.
The real purpose of the mission could be to position satellites and other types of surveillance, according to military and security sources.
The launch is a military project being controlled by the US Air Force Space Command - not NASA.
A military use would explain why the Pentagon has invested up to hundreds of millions of dollars in the craft.
Very edgy stuff from Sky news for a change.
Could it be that the X-37B was successfully struck down by the secretive actions of the PGS?
Somethings going on up there,makes you wonder...