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Clearer photo of mysterious unidentified flying object taken in Kansas

trainedobserver

Paranormally Disenchanted
A clearer photo of the mysterious unidentified flying object in Texas has surfaced. The image—enhanced [below]—clearly shows a boomerang-shaped blended wing object with two exhaust nozzles that seems clearly different from a B-2 bomber. It was "completely silent" and did "severe 180 degree turns in the sky in the shape of an S."




It has been seen with a fighter escort. Most likely the next generation stealth bomber. Silent, highly maneuverable, shaped like a triangle. Where have I heard this before?
 

Charlie Prime

Paranormal Adept
Interesting! Thanks T.O.

The size is very hard to determine, for example, although the image size at contrailing height suggests that it is bigger than an X-47B. However, the basic shape—while it resembles Boeing's Blended Wing Body studies or the Swift Killer Bee/Northrop Grumman Bat unmanned air system—is different from anything known to have flown at full size, lacking the notched trailing edge of Northrop Grumman's full-size designs.
 

Goggs Mackay

Administrator
Staff member
I wonder about the colour? Everything 'stealth' we've seen to date has been jet black. Unless this pic just captured reflected light from a certain angle.

It would be great if there was actual video, especially showing flight characteristics alluded to.
 

manxman

Paranormal Adept
its a blue sky, its the kind of reflective stealth i would imagine, invisibility cloak style, its not new tech anymore, they could quite easily have a much better version now.

no idea how they could possibly muffle the roar from twin jet engines tho.
 

boomerang

Paranormal Adept
I wonder about the colour? Everything 'stealth' we've seen to date has been jet black. Unless this pic just captured reflected light from a certain angle.

It would be great if there was actual video, especially showing flight characteristics alluded to.
How do we know its only possible color is green ?
 

manxman

Paranormal Adept
we are looking at plasma stealth, no doubt about it for me, but there again i remember reading about it 10 years ago, planes like the blackbird generated a plasma field all along any leading edges, it was a problem, but even then they realised its future stealth value,.




The idea of making planes invisible was boosted by observations made during the US space programme. They observed that a spacecraft was not sensed by radar or radio waves upon re-entering the atmosphere because a lot of friction on the surface caused it to heat up, creating a plasma ‘bubble’ around the craft that made it unable to be sensed by radar detectors.


A concept called plasma aerodynamics uses the shape of the plane and other features to ‘cloak’ or hide the plane from detection. One way of doing this could be to have an onboard device that zaps the atmosphere just in front of the aircraft, providing a cloud of plasma to fly into.

Another idea suggests using an onboard device that surrounds the craft in a plasma cloud that can absorb radar.

A third idea is to paint planes with radioisotopes that ionise the atmosphere surrounding the plane, placing it in a plasma sheath or glove. Electromagnetic radiation behaves differently in plasma and thus can’t be used to detect the plane.

The advantage of flying a plane in a plasma cloud is that it can reduce drag by 2%, making the plane fly more quickly and efficiently.
 

junius

Skilled Investigator
I've seen a B2 bomber in flight at reasonably low level. Escorted by 2 F16 fighter jets. Is this standard practice? In other words will the B2 only fly during daylight with a fighter escort, not for protection but to disguise its engine noise? (Or not as the case may be)?
 


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