The TR6 Telos Transatmospheric Vehicle Powered By Electrogravitics?

The TR6 Telos Transatmospheric Vehicle Powered By Electrogravitics?

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The TR6 Telos Transatmospheric Vehicle Powered By Electrogravitics?

In this video I look into the rumours about the TR-6 Telos aircraft. The TR-6 Telos is said to be an advanced ultra secret reconnaissance aircraft, supposedly developed by Northrop Grumman, although I stress nothing of what follows is presented as fact.

My previous videos about the TR-3A Black Manta, TR-3B Astra, the black triangle UFOs, generated a lot of interest, and viewers continue to step forward with accounts of sightings.

However, the distinctive chevron shape of the TR-6 has also been reported by observers over the skies of North America and elsewhere, as we shall see.

The image you’re looking at now is reproduced here with the permission of the original source, objectreporter@gmail.com.

It first appeared online in 2012 on a site called theobjectreporter.com but that site is no longer maintained by the original site owner.

The image has been widely shared since and appears to be the main source of all the rumours about this aircraft.

Some of the technical descriptions within it have been met with scathing dismissals from skeptics.

However, in cyberspace, everyone has an opinion and there’s no shortage of self-appointed experts.

So let’s look at the image in detail.

From this image we can see that ‘Telos’ stands for Transatmospheric Electrogravitic Low Observability Surveillance platform.

In plain English that suggests that this aircraft can operate both within and outside the Earth’s atmosphere. This VTOL aircraft is said to have an electrogravitic propulsion system consisting of five units although eye witnesses have reported seven in some reports.

Obviously, this would depend on how many are actually powered on during each sighting.

Low observability simply means that it’s hard to spot because it has an advanced and sophisticated camouflage system that helps it blend with the night sky.

And it is apparently designed as a surveillance platform, or spy aircraft if you like.

The image suggests that the two wings can be folded reducing the dorsal view width to 256 feet, and shows the comparable size of a B-2 Spirit Bomber.

The B-2 Spirit Bomber has a wingspan of about 170 feet (52m) and a 747 Jumbo Jet has a wingspan of 224 feet.

The ventral view in the image shows the width to be 519 feet, so even with the wings folded there are not many hangars in the USA that could accommodate an aircraft of this size.

Another section in the picture shows the aircraft with the ‘Starfield Camouflage’ active, illustrating how it partly blends into the night sky.

At the top of the illustration is a side view, again with the B-2 Spirit Bomber for comparison, with a length shown of 219 feet.

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Best Binoculars For Astronomy And Aviation Enthusiasts

In this video I take a look at binoculars and how they can enrich the experience of stargazing and watching aircraft.

I’ll briefly describe what all the specifications mean so that you can more accurately choose a pair of binoculars that you’ll enjoy using to watch the skies, whether that’s during the day at an airport or air show, or at night.

When it comes to stargazing and exploring the cosmos through a lens most people would probably call to mind the image of an astronomer’s telescope.

These have their obvious benefits but binoculars offer an affordable alternative that are not only cheaper but have the added benefit of being easily transportable and useful for day time use in all kinds of circumstances.

The same binoculars you use for watching the International Space Station passing overhead or for zooming in on night time flights can of course be used during the day at your local airfield or airport.

Some astronomers use binoculars in conjunction with their telescopes. They scan the night sky with the binoculars to find an object then use the telescope to examine it in more detail.

These same binoculars might also be used at sporting events, concerts, or bird watching, but they need to be lightweight so that they are not cumbersome to use when swapping between telescope and binoculars.

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It’s worth paying a little more for your binoculars because of the differences between the cheaper models that deliver views with blurry edges and the clearer, more accurate binoculars that minimise this image distortion.

The better binoculars for astronomy are those with lenses created with extra low dispersion (ED) glass. This type of glass is used in all kinds of optical instruments due to its ability to produce clearer images.

Prism Types.

As well as the glass there is the prism type to consider. The consensus among stargazers is to choose binoculars containing a porros prism type as this kind of prism delivers more light from fainter celestial objects.

For all other daylight use the roofer type prism is the norm as it is smaller and therefore allows for smaller and lighter binoculars.

So you’ll have to make a choice based on your intended activity. Will it be mostly during the day watching aircraft, birds, or sports? Or will it be mostly at night, seeking out celestial objects?

Build Quality.

Another factor to think about is the build quality of the binoculars. They are likely to be exposed to cold, moist air during the winter months. There is also a risk that they may be dropped or knocked during fieldwork, and we must also consider that since they are handheld devices pressed against the eyes, the look and feel of the materials used is a factor.

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