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New Means of Photographing Area 51!!! And all other bases!!!!

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posted on Jun, 28 2004 @ 08:47 PM
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From the maker of StarryNight(All atromomists should know what this is.) A new type of software using satillites allows ANYONE to zoom into ANYWHERE at ANYTIME! No limit ( I don't think, didn't say so on the site.), it's in color and allows you to zoom into street level. E.g, see the Lincoln Memorial in nice photo quality (Credets of site). Not only can you look at Military bases, but oceans, airports... ANYTHING YOU MAY DESIRE.Tilt the image do what ever oyu want to it! Site enclosed:

www.starrynight.com...




posted on Jun, 28 2004 @ 09:30 PM
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Its not on Kazaa yet ... oops


But if you can't wait, there are some pix of Area 51 taken from Russian satellites here



posted on Jun, 28 2004 @ 09:36 PM
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The goverment has the right to censor any civilain satallite picture they want. They most agree to this before its even sent into space.They havent done so yet but they can if they want. Besides a base like area 51 knows when a satallite is over head plus most work is down at night so im afraid we wont catch a mother ship out of its hanger this way
It might be a good tool to moniter how the base expands or what work is done to the outside of the base. Or may be finding bases we never knew about before. seems pretty cool I have to say



posted on Jun, 30 2004 @ 03:57 PM
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Originally posted by ShadowXIX
The goverment has the right to censor any civilain satallite picture they want. They most agree to this before its even sent into space.They havent done so yet but they can if they want. Besides a base like area 51 knows when a satallite is over head plus most work is down at night so im afraid we wont catch a mother ship out of its hanger this way
It might be a good tool to moniter how the base expands or what work is done to the outside of the base. Or may be finding bases we never knew about before. seems pretty cool I have to say


Unless that satilite is not of US origin
There are many ground imaging satalites up there that fall outside the Whitehouses (current) sphere of influence. Infact I think the top spot was recently taken by a french companies launch, it could resolve down to 30cm. (US companies have to get clearance from the government before they can increase resolution sizes and they are currently not giving the goahead for US companies to go to 50cm resolution from a meter resolution. Interesting dont you think?)



posted on Jul, 4 2004 @ 03:54 AM
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Originally posted by RichP

Originally posted by ShadowXIX
The goverment has the right to censor any civilain satallite picture they want. They most agree to this before its even sent into space.They havent done so yet but they can if they want. Besides a base like area 51 knows when a satallite is over head plus most work is down at night so im afraid we wont catch a mother ship out of its hanger this way
It might be a good tool to moniter how the base expands or what work is done to the outside of the base. Or may be finding bases we never knew about before. seems pretty cool I have to say


Unless that satilite is not of US origin
There are many ground imaging satalites up there that fall outside the Whitehouses (current) sphere of influence. Infact I think the top spot was recently taken by a french companies launch, it could resolve down to 30cm. (US companies have to get clearance from the government before they can increase resolution sizes and they are currently not giving the goahead for US companies to go to 50cm resolution from a meter resolution. Interesting dont you think?)


The US don't have any control on the French commercial imaging satellite that was launched by Arianne. Although they did report to the US iraq orders for satellite image pre the war and the US then bought up all the satellite time.



posted on Jul, 4 2004 @ 04:18 AM
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There was a proggie on TLC about Area51, where this researcher did this, they paid him a visit to his home and took a lot of his stuff while he was gone, it was the joint counter terrorism team, they left a letter and a list of what they took, a long with some business cards.



posted on Jul, 4 2004 @ 04:30 PM
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yes they have already used these sattelites to photograph area 51, the problem is the sattelites go over the top of area 51 every 3 days, giving them chance to hide away any secret projects or what not, not that there stupid enough to leave them in the open anyway...



posted on Jul, 5 2004 @ 04:59 PM
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Dont you all know the true A51 is underground? I mean, to me, these pictures of A51 just look liek a normal military airfield. What we really need access to are the satellites that can zoom even closer and look underground. These russian satellite photos are probably the most well known A51 picture sin existence. I bet if you search "area 51" in Googles image archive, they will be all over the first few pages.

[edit on 7/5/04 by xenophanes85]



posted on Jul, 27 2004 @ 06:15 PM
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The satellite images have become very common as we have seen them all over the web and tv as of now. But imagine what the Government would have thought seing them on TV news randomly by surprise in say 1980? It would have had been a huge intelligence scare. Terraserver is my favorite site for photos, and they have a 'famous places' section with area 51 indexed. Enjoy.



posted on Jul, 27 2004 @ 07:47 PM
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You really should read the KeyHole description better before making this claim.


With the Keyhole software and an annual Keyhole subscription, you can fly through 12+ terabytes (the equivalent of over 12,000,000 megabytes) of high-resolution imagery and data - spinning, rotating, tilting, and zooming. Think magic carpet ride.


KeyHole TM gives you access to an "archive" of several TB large high res imagery. Something that has been done before by several company's. In 1999, when I worked at Living Tomorrow "The house of the Future" in belgium, we were showcasing an app like this from another company. They offered their service mainly to company's, but it was relativly cheap to get access to, even as a normal private person.

Its not live from satelites. Its an imageryl mapping archive and setup to be accessed trough this app. Adding other information to the views like crime statistics and other information and alowing the user to pan the view angle.

You can be damn sure that all the imagery has been screened by the appropriate instances when top secret locations and facility's are concerned.

A fully live Multiuser Satellite SpyEye system would be near imposible to make for a private company, since you'd need loads of satelites under your full controll to be able to do live zooms of locations for multiple users and this would cost unimaginable amounts of cash.

And even if you have that, giving users direct control over something as simple as a camera on board of the satellite also makes it much easyer to hijack and hack or damagable in several ways.



posted on Jul, 28 2004 @ 10:12 AM
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I'm afraid with Groom Lake what you see is what you get, the only underground stuff is buried crashed airframes, building services like water and sewage. It is just a research and development airfield for advanced projects, and for developing new packages for existing aircraft. It is an electronic signature range, radar cross section in particular, probably the best airbone RCS test range they have. It's one thing to zap a model sitting on a pole to see how visible it is, its another to see a real plane that flexes and has access doors and a canopy and things. All this underground stuff is totally invalidated by any meaningful data out there.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 07:56 AM
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So by using this program you aren't getting a live interpretation of the ground below the satellite (video stream), just access to an archive of pre taken pictures?



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 07:59 AM
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Originally posted by darkcreation
So by using this program you aren't getting a live interpretation of the ground below the satellite (video stream), just access to an archive of pre taken pictures?


That is correct.
One of the other reasons why this is done, appart from the ones I already stated, is that if you do live satelite imagery, your view would be obscured by clouds on alot of occasions, especialy when trying to view europe and the US.

By building an imagery database with images taken when no clouds are around, you bypass this problem.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 08:21 AM
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Aslo, how would you be able to see what you wanted to see, if there are potentially thousands of users online at any given time? It would have to be this way (pre taken photos). Unless this particular satellite has thousands of lenses...



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 08:25 AM
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Originally posted by darkcreation
Aslo, how would you be able to see what you wanted to see, if there are potentially thousands of users online at any given time? It would have to be this way (pre taken photos). Unless this particular satellite has thousands of lenses...


I already said that :p


A fully live Multiuser Satellite SpyEye system would be near imposible to make for a private company, since you'd need loads of satelites under your full controll to be able to do live zooms of locations for multiple users and this would cost unimaginable amounts of cash.


Read my first post in the thread.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 08:32 AM
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Ah ha. thanks for that



posted on Aug, 6 2004 @ 01:12 PM
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It's still a cool little proggie that allows you to check out most anything anywhere.



posted on Aug, 6 2004 @ 01:32 PM
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We might as well get radio vision then...



posted on Aug, 10 2004 @ 03:14 AM
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You think that you could get a shot of a porno being made in an outside jungle setting?



posted on Aug, 15 2004 @ 08:33 AM
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you could infiltrate area 51 using a laser controled vehicule like an rc car or something and make is invisable to radar using sound absorbant foam on the outside then with a few adjustments you could enter area 51 base



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