A triangle-shaped UFO was photographed flying over Texas a few weeks ago and it generated a slight buzz. This week, another photograph of the mysterious craft has surfaced. This time from the state of Kansas. Shot by a professional photographer Jeff Templin, the image clearly shows the triangular craft zooming through the sky, leaving faint lines of twin exhaust contrails.
According to an article in Gizmodo, Templin was quoted saying:
“It was completely silent and did severe 180 degree turns in the sky in the shape of an S.
Right over the city, clear as a bell. Anyone that was looking up would have seen it. You don’t usually see military or even civilian aircraft’s jets that leave contrails making those kind of severe departures off of the given route.
[It was] Absolutely silent, no sound. When I put it on my computer and processed them, I was surprised to see this triangular shape that is not like anything you typically see. It was one of ours or at least man made for sure, so unidentified yes, but alien, no.”
A few weeks ago, another bizarre image of a triangle-shaped UFO popped up on the web. The UFO was captured flying over Texas and like the most recent sighting, witnesses reported hearing no sound as it flew silently above the land.
The mysterious aircraft is flying across the United States and it’s picking up chatter as it goes. Many speculated that this is the latest of our Military’s drone flyers. The super sleek RQ-180.
The RQ-180 appears to be a follow on to the Joint Unmanned Combat Air Systems project which was cancelled in late 2005 when the United States Navy (USN) wanted a carrier-based aircraft (which led to the UCAS-D) while the United States Air Force (USAF) wanted a larger, long-range global strike platform. In December 2005, the program was split in two, with the USN starting the UCAS-D program which created the Northrop Grumman X-47B, and the USAF starting a “classified program.” The program was unmasked in Aviation Week & Space Technology in a 9 December 2013 cover story following several months of research.
The RQ-180 was secretly funded through the USAF’s classified budget. Northrop Grumman was given the task to build the aircraft after a competition in which it defeated Boeing and Lockheed Martin. Northrop Grumman is believed to have been awarded a development contract for the RQ-180 in 2008, with deliveries of low-rate production aircraft beginning in 2013. Satellite imagery of Area 51 reportedly shows large hangers that could house the 130 ft (40 m) or larger wingspan of the aircraft. The RQ-180 may also be related to the expansion of Northrop Grumman’s production facility in Palmdale, California. —Source: Wikipedia
Whatever this craft may be, I’d rather much prefer it be extraterrestrial than terrestrial at this point. The age of unmanned drones surveilling us from above is here.
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