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bumpnpin! 5stars

What the hell was that thing?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17851333


Stationary for 4 or 5 hours and no one took a plane up to get a closer look?

Would have been nice to have a better idea of how far up it was, a few HD pics... crap, if it was low enough, get a 360 and a pic from above.
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I bet plenty of people had their cell phones and cameras. Hopefully they'll be posting to youtube.
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This was deleted from the website after a couple of hrs can you say cover up they even provide evidence that it was not a weather balloon it stayed in sight for over 4 hrs
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tethered balloon.
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^This. Why is that so hard to grasp.
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It still would have moved with the wind no?
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This was deleted from the website after a couple of hrs can you say cover up they even provide evidence that it was not a weather balloon it stayed in sight for over 4 hrs
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Nice post OP.
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Pretty legit looking....and their winds diagnosis is spot on.

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This!

this was 2006, i bet we are much better at it now! dhs ! again.

see link for pic.

[link to www.nationaldefensemagazine.org]



Unmanned Surveillance Balloon To Hit the Skies

August 2006

By Grace Jean

UnmannedSurveillancePARIS — The next wave in unmanned aerial systems may hark back to the dawn of human flight more than a century ago.

Aeronautics Defense Systems Ltd., based in Israel, which produces tactical UAVs with sophisticated navigation and control technologies, has developed an unmanned surveillance aircraft that looks like a balloon but flies like a kite.

The Skystar 300 is a small aerostat that can carry day and night sensors up to 1,000 feet in the air. When filled with helium, the 25-foot wide balloon floats up and gives operators 360-degree observation coverage. It is tethered to a long cable, which is anchored to the ground.

While the demand for lighter, faster and cheaper UAVs is increasing, there also is a need for unmanned aerial systems that work silently beneath the clouds, with long endurance and extended sensor range, says Yair Atzmon, head of the company’s ground division. In addition, such systems must be both inexpensive and easy to maintain and operate to keep up with the increasing appetite for visual information at the individual soldier level.

Skystar 300 and its smaller cousin, Skystar 100, can fill that gap, he says. They offer troops at the squad level an opportunity to see “over the hill” without relying upon conventional drones that may be tasked by units conducting missions at higher echelons, he says.

The battery-operated systems are designed to be rapidly deployable by two to three persons from a vehicle or on foot. Users can manipulate the system via a laptop or a tripod-mounted ground control station.

To fly drones usually requires special training, but to fly the balloon systems requires maybe one or two lessons, says Atzmon.

“Anybody can learn to use it,” he says.

To manufacture the Skystar, the company, which is producing a traditional tactical UAV called Aerostar for the U.S. market, basically took one of its mini drones, cut off the wings and tied it to a balloon, to put it in very simplistic terms, says Atzmon.

While Skystar’s flying mechanisms may seem primitive, its onboard capabilities feature next-generation technologies. Guided by global positioning satellites, the aerostats contain all the navigational assets of the mini UAVs, he says, including a black box recorder that comes standard on all the company’s unmanned aerial systems. Both balloons can host a wide range of payload, from digital processing day cameras to cooled and uncooled infrared thermal sensors. And though they may appear fragile, the balloons are sturdy, adds Atzmon.

Skystar 300 is built to withstand high winds, up to 40 knots, he says.

Stabilization technologies allow the systems to provide clear images of whatever they may be viewing.

“Skystar 300 can detect a man sitting five kilometers away inside a vehicle,” says Atzmon.

Not only can the systems assist in military security and stability operations in Iraq, but they also can function in homeland security roles, says Atzmon.



(sorry now ufo! just the gov spying again.)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12212850


Again, even "Unmanned Surveillance Balloons" MUST REPORT any ACTIVITY with the FAA and local Air Traffic Control.

What is wrong with you people who think that things can just float in the air without permission from any agency??????

Stop wasting time with your thoughtless opinions, if it were indeed any "test", "drone", or "balloon", IT MUST BE APPROVED BY THE FAA and local AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL must also be notified!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Helicopters are allowed to fly low due to weather condtions, News stories, Law enforcement needs, emergency flights, etc, etc, etc. The FAA and local AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL MUST KNOW what is in the skies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Think about it, Jesus, you people are so quick to attempt to debunk that you throw logic and reason out the window.

I don't know what it is, it could be anything, I just hate for stupid ideas to waste space on interesting threads.
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I was stationed near Fresno in Lemoore, CA at a Navy air base. Why would the navy have an air base in the middle of the desert you ask? Well lets just say that some strange things went on around there.

Another fact to consider is Fresno, CA is one of the largest consumers of methamphetamine in that area, which automatically brings any reports from there into question because we all know tweakers see things after days of not sleeping.
 Quoting: GottaGodComplex


I saw many video cameras taking methamphetamine in the Fresno area also. I also saw 4 video cameras buying methamphetamines from a drug dealer the same day!
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This reminds me of the objects flying around the ISS...
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WHY? WHY didn't an TAX PAYER FUNDED AGENCY SEND SOMETHING UP? why?
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That's creepy. Remember the Balloon Boy Hoax a few years back? [link to en.wikipedia.org]

I'd put a picture of it, but I don't know how to ember images, sorry, first day here.
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No your avatar is creepy
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This!

this was 2006, i bet we are much better at it now! dhs ! again.

see link for pic.

[link to www.nationaldefensemagazine.org]



Unmanned Surveillance Balloon To Hit the Skies

August 2006

By Grace Jean

UnmannedSurveillancePARIS — The next wave in unmanned aerial systems may hark back to the dawn of human flight more than a century ago.

Aeronautics Defense Systems Ltd., based in Israel, which produces tactical UAVs with sophisticated navigation and control technologies, has developed an unmanned surveillance aircraft that looks like a balloon but flies like a kite.

The Skystar 300 is a small aerostat that can carry day and night sensors up to 1,000 feet in the air. When filled with helium, the 25-foot wide balloon floats up and gives operators 360-degree observation coverage. It is tethered to a long cable, which is anchored to the ground.

While the demand for lighter, faster and cheaper UAVs is increasing, there also is a need for unmanned aerial systems that work silently beneath the clouds, with long endurance and extended sensor range, says Yair Atzmon, head of the company’s ground division. In addition, such systems must be both inexpensive and easy to maintain and operate to keep up with the increasing appetite for visual information at the individual soldier level.

Skystar 300 and its smaller cousin, Skystar 100, can fill that gap, he says. They offer troops at the squad level an opportunity to see “over the hill” without relying upon conventional drones that may be tasked by units conducting missions at higher echelons, he says.

The battery-operated systems are designed to be rapidly deployable by two to three persons from a vehicle or on foot. Users can manipulate the system via a laptop or a tripod-mounted ground control station.

To fly drones usually requires special training, but to fly the balloon systems requires maybe one or two lessons, says Atzmon.

“Anybody can learn to use it,” he says.

To manufacture the Skystar, the company, which is producing a traditional tactical UAV called Aerostar for the U.S. market, basically took one of its mini drones, cut off the wings and tied it to a balloon, to put it in very simplistic terms, says Atzmon.

While Skystar’s flying mechanisms may seem primitive, its onboard capabilities feature next-generation technologies. Guided by global positioning satellites, the aerostats contain all the navigational assets of the mini UAVs, he says, including a black box recorder that comes standard on all the company’s unmanned aerial systems. Both balloons can host a wide range of payload, from digital processing day cameras to cooled and uncooled infrared thermal sensors. And though they may appear fragile, the balloons are sturdy, adds Atzmon.

Skystar 300 is built to withstand high winds, up to 40 knots, he says.

Stabilization technologies allow the systems to provide clear images of whatever they may be viewing.

“Skystar 300 can detect a man sitting five kilometers away inside a vehicle,” says Atzmon.

Not only can the systems assist in military security and stability operations in Iraq, but they also can function in homeland security roles, says Atzmon.



(sorry now ufo! just the gov spying again.)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12212850


Again, even "Unmanned Surveillance Balloons" MUST REPORT any ACTIVITY with the FAA and local Air Traffic Control.

What is wrong with you people who think that things can just float in the air without permission from any agency??????

Stop wasting time with your thoughtless opinions, if it were indeed any "test", "drone", or "balloon", IT MUST BE APPROVED BY THE FAA and local AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL must also be notified!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Helicopters are allowed to fly low due to weather condtions, News stories, Law enforcement needs, emergency flights, etc, etc, etc. The FAA and local AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL MUST KNOW what is in the skies!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Think about it, Jesus, you people are so quick to attempt to debunk that you throw logic and reason out the window.

I don't know what it is, it could be anything, I just hate for stupid ideas to waste space on interesting threads.
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THIS ^^^^^^^

SAY WHAT
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Being in the sky for four hours we need a video of it leaving or disappearing, id love to see how they could explain that away.
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[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]


honestly it looks like some sort of tethered balloon/blimp.

It is not space aliens
I would bet DHS device with very high-res cameras looking down in someones back yard
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Look up the phrase, normalcy bias. I think you have a case of it.
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abduct bump They're here
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This was deleted from the website after a couple of hrs can you say cover up they even provide evidence that it was not a weather balloon it stayed in sight for over 4 hrs
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no it wasn't
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I was stationed near Fresno in Lemoore, CA at a Navy air base. Why would the navy have an air base in the middle of the desert you ask? Well lets just say that some strange things went on around there.

Another fact to consider is Fresno, CA is one of the largest consumers of methamphetamine in that area, which automatically brings any reports from there into question because we all know tweakers see things after days of not sleeping.
 Quoting: GottaGodComplex


I saw many video cameras taking methamphetamine in the Fresno area also. I also saw 4 video cameras buying methamphetamines from a drug dealer the same day!
LOL!
 Quoting: Wanta10GA


I was simply stating that people in that area are more likely to give false reports, as this one has video documentation that is obviously not the case.

On a side note, meth is BAD JUJU, even for video cameras.
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I was stationed near Fresno in Lemoore, CA at a Navy air base. Why would the navy have an air base in the middle of the desert you ask? Well lets just say that some strange things went on around there.

Another fact to consider is Fresno, CA is one of the largest consumers of methamphetamine in that area, which automatically brings any reports from there into question because we all know tweakers see things after days of not sleeping.
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I guess those news anchors and video cameras must really be amping on meth so everyone sees the same thing huh?
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I bet plenty of people had their cell phones and cameras. Hopefully they'll be posting to youtube.
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cell phone video of UFOs more than 100 yards away = NOTHING
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This was deleted from the website after a couple of hrs can you say cover up they even provide evidence that it was not a weather balloon it stayed in sight for over 4 hrs
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Pretty cool looking object when you zoom in at the end.

The tv footage the thing seems to like vibrate with energy
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They are here! There is the proof and now it is time for governments around the world to come clean and fess up to the truth!
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Interesting. I had a ufo dream last evening, which I occasionally do and this particular video looks like two particular craft from my dream.

Makes me wonder, considering all the strange dreams and encounters Ive had over the years. They typically go hand in hand...
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THAT is a massive unused space condom. The Earth is about to be FUCKED big time.
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honestly it looks like some sort of tethered balloon/blimp.

It is not space aliens
I would bet DHS device with very high-res cameras looking down in someones back yard
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Some people will trick their minds with ANY stupid thought to attempt to stay in their comfort zone.

I don't see any means of tethering AT ALL, so why would you say it looks like a tethered balloon/blimp? Oh, just making up the tethered part...I see.
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:ssufos:

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honestly it looks like some sort of tethered balloon/blimp.

It is not space aliens
I would bet DHS device with very high-res cameras looking down in someones back yard
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Look up the phrase, normalcy bias. I think you have a case of it.
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:yes:
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That's creepy. Remember the Balloon Boy Hoax a few years back? [link to en.wikipedia.org]

I'd put a picture of it, but I don't know how to ember images, sorry, first day here.
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No your avatar is creepy
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I had Pennywise from IT earlier, and someone complain. Am I just attracted to creepy avatars? maybe they give me a boner.
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Fresno will.be rocked by a quake.

Seems like most places of UFO has a natural disaster
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This reminds me of the objects flying around the ISS...
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Being in the sky for four hours we need a video of it leaving or disappearing, id love to see how they could explain that away.
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