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Make of it what you will.  What do you think?

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 I think it is very very odd.  I have no idea what it could mean, and thoughts that come to mind after seeing this is very odd too, too weird to share, lol. 

..as it says in the article if anyone bothered to read....

 

"The grids of zigzagging white lines seen in two of the images — the strangest of the various desert structures — are spy satellite calibration targets. Satellite cameras focus on the grids, which measure approximately 0.65 miles wide by 1.15 miles long, and use them to orient themselves in space.

Google - Imagery DigitalGlobe, GeoEyeRadar target in China's Gobi Desert. Coordinates: 40.458679,93.31314.The existence of these calibration targets may seem suspicious or revelatory, but Hill said it really isn't; China was already known to operate spy satellites, and many other countries (including the United States) do so as well. In fact, the U.S. also uses calibration targets. "An example I found just now is a calibration target for the Corona spy satellites, built back in the 1960s, down in Casa Grande, Ariz., (at coordinates) 32° 48' 24.74" N, 111° 43' 21.30" W," Hill told Life's Little Mysteries........................................

.......................In other words, the Chinese military probably uses radar instruments to send signals down at the target from above, and determine how much radar bounces back to the instruments from the fighter jets, and how much gets scattered by the Stonehenge-like arrangement of bumps surrounding them. From this, the country's radar experts can learn how best to hide China's military operations from other countries' satellites, and possibly get clues for how to find carefully hidden objects in other countries. However, the fact that the planes are made out of metal will increase their radar return and make it very hard to completely mask them, Hill said."

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