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Mystery surrounds futuristic craft seen on property of aerospace manufacturer

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Palm Beach County is a long way from Area 51. But a satellite photograph, apparently taken by Google Earth’s mapping project, seems to show a high-tech airplane or spacecraft at Pratt and Whitney's airfield off the Beeline Highway. (www.sun-sentinel.com) Plus d'info...

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peterjp5
peterjp5 1
the site in California is in Helendale, and is called the Lockheed Martin Radar Cross section facility.
royhunte92
Roy Hunte 1
They are talking about Florida not California. They said off the Beeline highway in Palm Beach Florida, not Helendale California
royhunte92
Roy Hunte 1
The only things that look strange around that airport are what appears to be a training pod or some type of machinery down the road and what appears to be a rocket engine just adjacent to the runway. Being that it is the location for Aerojet Rocketdyne and Sikorsky either of those options are possible.
peterjp5
peterjp5 1
I know. there's just a similar site there.
peterjp5
peterjp5 1
I checked out the Image and what this looks like is a radar testing area. it is on an old runway with metal posts at certain distances. there is one somewhere in California owned by Lockheed/martin. they are used for radar signature testing, electromagnetic testing, and stuff like that. I think it might be just a mock up.
royhunte92
Roy Hunte 1
Also they are talking about Florida not California. They said off the Beeline highway in Palm Beach Florida, not Helendale California.
royhunte92
Roy Hunte 1
Any strange looking aircraft is likely to cause hype.

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