THOSE NEW DEEP SPACE RADARS AND DEFENSE AGREEMENTS

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by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:

As 2023 winds down and I sit here perched atop my computer keyboard reminiscing about the year’s events and blogs, one thing strikes me particularly strongly, and that is the ability of this community to find the most incredible stories or, as is the case today, to offer what seems an “ordinary” story with a high octane comment and suggestion that is not mine, but the person’s who sent the story.  In such instances, I am merely acting as a reporter, and perhaps filling in a few details.  That is definitely my role here, for the basic high octane speculation connected with this story is not mine, but C.R.’s, who sent along the following article from the BBC, which he also indicated stood for “the British Brainwashing Corporation”:

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AUKUS: Radars will help counter threat of ‘space warfare’

Now note (he said) the following interesting bit of information about this new “space defense treaty” between Australia, the United Kingdom, and the USSA:

Radars tracking activity in “deep space” will help the UK protect itself from “space warfare”, the defence secretary has said.

It marks a “new phase” of a security arrangement between the UK, US and Australia by 2030 – known as AUKUS.

The Ministry of Defence said radars will enable nations to identify objects in deep space, up to 22,000 miles (36,000 km) away from earth.

Grant Shapps said the system would be “constantly tracking threats”.

The Deep Space Advanced Radar Capability (DARC) programme will be used to inform UK defence operations.

In a post on X, the Mr Shapps continued “that’s why alongside the US and Australia we will build a global space radar system capable of constantly tracking threats in deep space.”

The first radar site will be built in Australia and is expected to be up and running by 2026.

The radars will be operated from the ground, and will be equipped to provide 24/7 monitoring in all-weathers.

They have higher sensitivity, better accuracy, increased capacity, and more agile tracking than the current radars keeping tabs on deep space activity, the MoD said.

The “unique geographic positioning” of three radars would provide global monitoring and coverage, the MoD says, including “detecting potential threats to defence or civilian space systems”.

It added the radars will assist in “critical space-traffic management and contribute to the global surveillance” of satellites in deep space.

The radars will be operated from the ground, and will be equipped to provide 24/7 monitoring in all-weathers.

They have higher sensitivity, better accuracy, increased capacity, and more agile tracking than the current radars keeping tabs on deep space activity, the MoD said.

The “unique geographic positioning” of three radars would provide global monitoring and coverage, the MoD says, including “detecting potential threats to defence or civilian space systems”.

It added the radars will assist in “critical space-traffic management and contribute to the global surveillance” of satellites in deep space.

“Space domain awareness”, huh? I’ll bet.

I’ll also bet, along with C.R., that we’re not being told anything near the actual capabilities of the new radars, and chief among my concerns here is the range of such radars. We’re being told that all of this is about tracking objects in “deep space”, and the name of the radars themselves reinforces this view: Deep Space Advanced Radar Capability. But the stated range of the radars, 22,000 miles, is hardly “deep space” when compared to the vastness of space itself or even the Earth-Moon system. To put it country simple: I strongly suspect that the range of these radars is probably greater, if not much greater, and notably, the article said nothing about and resolution of the radars: how small an object can they track, to what distance? Do they have an imagining capability? All we’re told is the less-than-comforting 22,000 mile range. THe very name “Deep Space Advanced Radar Capability” suggests something much different than local planetary satellite tracking.

Another possible clue is in the acronym “RADAR” itself, which, lest we forget, stands for “RAdio Detection And Ranging.” It’s that “ranging” part that we tend to forget, and what it meant in the World War Two context of the development of radars: they were used to spot, and range, approaching aircraft, their speed, altitude, and direction, and hence, were used to vector intercepting fighters accurately to target, as the Germans discovered to their chagrin during the Battle of Britain. In the case of ships, radar was used, again, for “ranging”, which meant laying the guns to proper azimuth and elevation for targeting. Such radar-directed guns could be fired to great range with devastating accuracy, as the British discovered (to their chagrin) with the loss of the aircraft carrier HMS Glorious or the battlecruiser HMS Hood to extremely accurate long-distance German naval gunnery, or that the Japanese discovered after the pounding their ships received from American battleships with such radar-directed guns at Leyte Gulf.

I mention all of this to flesh out C.R.’s speculation that the “Deep Space” part of this defense system implies something very similar. Many readers of this website are familiar with the NASA space shuttle video NTS 48, a now famous video from the space shuttle showing several UFOs above the Earth (but below the shuttle) moving slowly in an intricate pattern. Then, something incredible happens: something is shot upward from the surface of the Earth toward one of these objects, which object then executes a sharp, sudden turn of about 12o degrees, and zips off into space at what can only be several thousands of miles per hour.   Debates have swirled around the controversial footage ever since, with NASA putting out the ridiculous story that the “objects” were merely ice crystals from a waste water dump from the space shuttle, until University of Nebraska physics professor Jack Kasher scotched that idea, and rather effectively too. Others maintained the objects were UFOs, and that “we” were shooting at them with a Reagan-era Star Wars weapon called “Brilliant Pebbles”… essentially a “shotgun” firing lots of little hard pellets, a kind of combination “shot gun” and “rail gun” firing not “rods of God” but “needles of God”. Others, including Richard C. Hoagland in a lengthy video analysis of his own (as an epilogue to his UN Breifing), were of the opinion that the whole thing was staged for our (and presumably, the Russians’) benefit, including the UFOs darting away at several thousands of miles per hour.

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