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An unidentified aircraft was spotted in Area 51

The specific reputation of Area 51 in US popular culture has given rise to a very useful phenomenon-ufologists who monitor the secret research complex of the US Air Force around the clock in the hope of detecting extraterrestrial UFOs.

One of them was Gabriel Seifman, who on December 25, 2020, made a video recording of closed objects. Later, when processing the video, a certain open hangar was seen, in which an unknown aircraft of a strange shape was standing:

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Thanks to simple manipulations with satellite maps of Nevada, it was possible to identify the object. This is hangar No. 19, located at the taxiway connecting the active military zone with the long-closed part. The object has dimensions of 65.5 m wide and 97,5 m long.

Satellite image of hangar No. 19 from 2010.

Satellite image of hangar No. 19 from 2010.

Along the eastern side of this hangar, an array of antenna towers necessary for drone control has been built since 2007.

What is inside?

In our view, it looks like a dagger-shaped object with a very low platform (practically lying on the ground). American colleagues admit the version that the object could have been damaged in the course of hostilities or an accident and is now waiting for repair.

If you go down the rabbit hole in relation to the overall shape of the object, then the only thing it looks like from the currently known aircraft is the Martin Marietta X-24. A joint grandiose initiative of the US Air Force and NASA in the late 60s aimed at studying hypersonic forms of gliders that can re-enter the Earth's atmosphere from space and then land on a traditional runway.

The X-24B flew in the mid-1970s, after which a new initiative emerged to build a hypersonic test aircraft based on lessons learned from the program.

The X-24B flew in the mid-1970s, after which a new initiative emerged to build a hypersonic test aircraft based on lessons learned from the program.

Later, Lockheed Martin continued to develop the theme of hypersonic aircraft by creating the X-24 CL-301. Officially, the project was closed due to the high cost of funding, but it is believed that it continued to develop within the framework of the already highly secret program "Copper Coast".

Drawings of the L-301 project.

Drawings of the L-301 project.

We also know that in 2018, Skunk Works wanted to test a hypersonic demonstrator the size of the F-22, which would use the combined-cycle engine technology outlined for the SR-72 concept, a hypersonic unmanned aircraft.

It is assumed that the high speed of the device (approximately 6 speeds of sound) will allow it to be used for reconnaissance purposes, since the enemy will not have time to react to its appearance.

It is assumed that the high speed of the device (approximately 6 speeds of sound) will allow it to be used for reconnaissance purposes since the enemy will not have time to react to its appearance.


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UFOs  US Air Force  Area 51  zone 51  US  Nevada  NASA  Martin Marietta X-24  X-24 CL-301  SR-72 concept


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