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The 2009 Defence White Paper states that Australia's strategic capability advantage depends on the ability to access space, gain the benefits of space-based systems, and protect Australia from foreign exploitation by space-based capabilities. The White Paper further states that protecting Australia's assets from counter-space capabilities and from accidental damage caused by space debris will be critical. The White Paper therefore directs Defence to explore means to strengthen Australia's space situational awareness capability. Australia is engaging international partners including the United States on this important work. The US Space Surveillance Network is the principal system Australia and other nations rely on to detect, track and identify objects in space. While no decisions have yet been made, Australia and the United States are discussing the potential for supporting the United States Space Surveillance Network and the development of Australia's space situational awareness.
Many residents had noticed that the fireballs had flown from the direction of the Exmouth Peninsular US "Radio Communications" base. Many residents suspect that there is a secret underground part to this base which contains large peculiar aerial systems at ground level. A lot of locals have visited the site, in particular after the fireballs incident.
Originally posted by Pirateofpsychonautics
reply to post by phatpackage
While it is old news, I felt that it warranted a thread and to see if anybody had anything to add.
And yes, according to plenty of people on here the MCG is probably an NWO base
Originally posted by phatpackage
reply to post by Jademonkey2k
This thread has nothing to do with Pine Gap!. Also Pine Gap is no where near Exmouth Gulf!
It is also of my understanding that the other joint Aus/US facility at Pine Gap fulfils the same function?
The town of Exmouth was originally built to support the naval communications base when Australia and the U.S joined forces and opened the base back in 1967.