- Delivering Truth Around the World
Custom Search

What Do NASA And The US Govt Know That We Don't Know? NASA Aircraft Scanning San Andreas And Idaho Volcanoes Hint The 'Big One' Is Coming But Cascadia Would Be 'The Monster'

Stefan Stanford

Smaller Font Larger Font RSS 2.0


Several years ago, NASA's Earth Observatory website put out this story titled "NASA Radar Provides 3-D View Of San Andreas Fault" within which they not only showed a 3-D image of a small section of the 800-mile-long fracture zone but also linked to this story titled "Scientists Search for a Pulse in Skies Above Earthquake Country" which we'll be exploring within this ANP story after a NASA jetliner startled California residents recently, flying low over large parts of the state and over the volcanoes in the state of Idaho as seen in the screenshots above and below in this ANP story. 

As NASA's JPL had reported all the way back in 2009, a new weapon in the depository of earthquake detection tools was using specialized aircraft to search for clues from above and what was then a new 3-D Radar tool that was developed by NASA's JPL scientists, adding a new airborne earthquake detection radar tool to their arsenal.

Called the Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle Synthetic Aperture Radar, or UAVSAR, this L-band wavelength radar flies aboard a modified NASA Gulfstream III aircraft from NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif. The compact, reconfigurable radar, housed in a pod under the aircraft's fuselage, uses pulses of microwave energy to detect and.........