I don't see it.
What's the big deal? It's an airplane and it's shadow. Hardly a BEM chasing after a girl in one shoe.
Regular readers will recall our pride last year when we were able to reveal that the UK had developed a stealth Eurostar train, spotted on Google Earth decloaking as it pulled into London Waterloo station. Well, we didn't think the US would take this astounding technological advance lying down, and we've been proved right. …
The airliner is in fact the "day" prototype using a graviton, photon moliflow field. It never had a shadow to begin with. They are way past that level of stealth in Area 51.
The "Shadow" is in fact a small chase plane "night" prototype using an ultra-dense graviton total absorbance field.
The boys at the skunk works are also working on remote guidance systems for ducks carrying pocket-nuke loaded eggs.
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Sorry to burst everybody's bubble, but this is definitely not cloaking technology. This is down to the timing of photography by the satellite which takes a picture of a squared area at one time.
In the first three pictures, both the plane and its shadow are in the viewing area of the satellite imaging camera. On the later viewpoints, only the shadow was in the camera's view. Note: the sun was setting, so the apparent distance between the shadow and the aircraft was getting larger over time and so the liklihood of both shadow and aircraft being in camera-shot were diminishing. When the satellite then panned to the adjacent squares to capture the next photograph, the plane had moved on. The effect is that the plane seems to disappear.
Or I could just be a black helicopter pilot, in which case, beware, I could be behind you like a ninja in a mystical cloaking device!
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