Chilbolton Observatory – What Does It Do?

 The Chilbolton Observatory is on the edge of Chilbolton village across the Test River from Wherwell, Hampshire, U. K. south of Andover. Crop formations historically first appeared in Hampshire and have continued to evolve repeatedly at places such as the Chilbolton Observatory, Goodworth Clatford, Middle Wallop, and Danebury Fort.
The Chilbolton Observatory is on the edge of Chilbolton village across the Test River from Wherwell, Hampshire, U. K. south of Andover. Crop formations historically first appeared in Hampshire and have continued to evolve repeatedly at places such as the Chilbolton Observatory, Goodworth Clatford, Middle Wallop, and Danebury Fort.
Chilbolton Observatory, a British government-owned facility, was originally constructed in 1965 to study radio wave propagations from space and satellites. The Observatory is off limits from the public. The wheat field that runs along its boundary, as shown in above photograph, is privately owned and operated by the Leckford Estate. Aerial photograph © 2001 by Lucy Pringle.
Chilbolton Observatory, a British government-owned facility, was originally constructed in 1965 to study radio wave propagations from space and satellites. The Observatory is off limits from the public. The wheat field that runs along its boundary, as shown in above photograph, is privately owned and operated by the Leckford Estate. Aerial photograph © 2001 by Lucy Pringle.

August 30, 2001 Chilbolton, Hampshire, England - On Tuesday, August 28, The Daily Mail finally published a news story with photographs by researcher and author, Lucy Pringle, about the controversial "face" and "binary code" in the wheat field next to the Chilbolton Observatory south of Andover, Hampshire. Chilbolton Observatory is a government-owned installation that was constructed in 1965 to study radio wave propagations from space and satellites and is owned and operated by the Rutherford-Appleton Laboratory under the U. K. Office of Science and Technology. Cereal crop fields that run along the barbed wire boundary of the Observatory are owned and operated by various farmers. The wheat in which the formations appeared is owned by the local Leckford Estate and by Wednesday, August 29, the Estate had cut down the "face" and "binary code" in its normal wheat harvest.

 

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