To be more specific the building next to Hangar-18 is an Engine Maintenance Assembly & Disassembly Facility or EMAD building. We know this because the footprint of the building adjoining Hangar-18 is the same as EMAD building that existed at AREA-25. The EMAD at AREA-25 was used by the American nuclear rocket program known as ROVER/NERVA. So, the EMAD is the hot shop where nuclear engines are serviced. The timeline of AREA-51 and AREA-25 also clues us in on what Hangar-18 is. Hangar 18 appeared sometime after 1974 and before 1988.
|This satellite photo from 1974 shows that Hangar-18 had not yet been built.|
1973 is when the NERVA program started building vapor core reactors aka the Nuclear Furnace. 1973 is also the year some major changes in the space program occurred. This is the year where the Space Shuttle program went into full effect. There were plans for the civilian version of the space shuttle to use nuclear rocket or NERVA engines. In parallel to that the NERVA program and the EMAD building of AREA-25 were shut down in 1973. The timeline suggests that the NERVA program was cancelled and then went black or top secret at AREA-51. We know this because the EMAD building at Jackass Flats was shut down and then Hangar-18 with its EMAD pops up within the proper timeframe.
A shuttle carrier aircraft outfitted with nuclear turbo-ramjets and nuclear rocket engines could take the shuttle to a launch altitude of greater than 100,000-ft. The carrier plane would do this by flying to the middle of any ocean to launch the Shuttle. This is a necessary move to prevent detection of launch from the ground. Offshore launch sites mitigate this problem. There are vast swaths of the any ocean on earth where a carrier craft could launch a shuttle unseen.
|Rocket launches at night can be quite a spectacle from the ground.|
|This launch was visible from the ground within a 1500 mile radius.|
|No one would witness the launch of the shuttle.|
|This shipping map shows that maybe a passing freighter might see the launch.|
If hydrogen propellant is used then exhaust plumes would be transparent possibly negating the need to launch in the middle of the ocean. This would make insertion to orbit for satellite tending much easier as well.
Once in orbit the shuttle would deploy a stealth skirt to obscure it from radar and optical detection.
The use of nuclear thermal rockets (NTR) drops the price to put a pound of mass into space by orders of magnitude. The price to put a pound into orbit using NTR's is around 100 dollars. Current chemical fuel rockets put a pound into orbit for about 3000 dollars. The Space Shuttle did it for 10,000 dollars a pound. The U.S. Military used this technology to cheaply place their space based weapon systems into orbit.
|Stealth Skirts are used to hide satellites from ground sensors.|
|NUCLEAR SPACE COMMAND|
The reactors used in these craft also reveal that all of America's electrical energy could be generated with a handful of reactors. The deep state ruling class of America (the Oil Cartel), are covering up the fact that electricity can be produced for pennies i.e. for free in order to protect the profits of the big oil and coal companies. Roughly 6 nuclear reactors could power the whole of the United States.
This was the position of Earth to Mars the day of Apollo 12 leaves.
For comparison purposes this is the position of Mars to Earth for the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter launch.
There is a Mars Base. The base is probably at the pole and manufactures hydrogen rocket fuel from the ice. The fuel is then ferried back to Earth's L2 point where the stealth weapons platforms are tended.
This is the reason why they changed the design of the roof for Hangar-18.
The largest hangar on the base, Hangar 18 takes up approximately 51,366 square feet capable of accommodating aircraft with a wingspan of 235 feet, and a length of 190 feet. The height of Hangar 18 is estimated to be eight stories. Reports claim this high bay building is used to mate a secret hypersonic aircraft to its launch vehicle.
Shuttle Carrier Aircraft
- Crew: 4: pilot, co-pilot, 2 flight engineers (1 flight engineer when not carrying Shuttle)
- Length: 231 ft 4 in (70.5 m)
- Wingspan: 195 ft 8 in (59.7 m)
- Height: 63 ft 5 in (19.3 m)
- Wing area: 5,500 ft² (510 m²)
- Empty weight: 318,000 lb (144,200 kg)
- Max. takeoff weight: 710,000 lb (322,000 kg)
- Powerplant: 4 × P&W JT9D-7J turbofans, 50,000 lbf (222 kN) each
- Cruise speed: Mach 0.6 (with Shuttle) (397 knots, 457 mph, 735 km/h)
- Range: 1,150 mi (1,000 nmi, 1,850 km) while carrying Shuttle
- Service ceiling: 15,000 ft (4,500 m) (with Shuttle)
- Hanger 18
- Buried Nuclear Waste on the base.
- Stored Liquid Nuclear Waste on the base
- Contractors Died from Radiation Poisoning in the late 80's and early 90's.
- The history of the Atomic Airplane.
- The call for a secret space launch capability.
- Parts of the Apollo program are still active and come to orbit the earth.
- Space based weapons that can destroy cities from space.
- Space based anti submarine warfare satellites.