Update: How Old Is China’s “Area 51”?

“The strange ‘grid’ pattern (far eastern edge of China ‘Area 51’ complex) in the images below was under construction on April 14, 2005, and looks complete one month later in the May 30, 2005, Google images.”

- Anton Zettl, Germany

From left border to right border is about 20 miles in the China “Area 51” site near Dunhuang, Gansu Province, China. See maps below. The images in this Earthfiles report show that in July 2003, there was no construction. Then by 2005, construction had begun on one of the “runway” features and the far right “grid” above the Google logo.
From left border to right border is about 20 miles in the China “Area 51” site near Dunhuang, Gansu Province, China. See maps below. The images in this Earthfiles report show that in July 2003, there was no construction. Then by 2005, construction had begun on one of the “runway” features and the far right “grid” above the Google logo.
China's “Area 51” ground patterns are southwest of the Great Gobi Desert A in Gansu Province south of Mongolia (center red circle). The nearest town is Dunhuang (below) that is 1,515 miles (2,438 km) west of Beijing (far right red circle).
China's “Area 51” ground patterns are southwest of the Great Gobi Desert A in Gansu Province south of Mongolia (center red circle). The nearest town is Dunhuang (below) that is 1,515 miles (2,438 km) west of Beijing (far right red circle).
Dunhuang (far left red circle), population 188,000, in Gansu Province southwest of the Great Gobi Desert A and Mongolia and about 200 miles west of China's Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center (JSLC), part of the Dongfeng Aerospace City (Base 10), far right red circle.
Dunhuang (far left red circle), population 188,000, in Gansu Province southwest of the Great Gobi Desert A and Mongolia and about 200 miles west of China's Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center (JSLC), part of the Dongfeng Aerospace City (Base 10), far right red circle.

November 21, 2011  Albuquerque, New Mexico - Since posting my November 19, 2011, Earthfiles report “How Old Is China's ‘Area 51’?”, I have received important timeline information in the following emails from Anton Zettl of Germany, who have given me permission to use his research in this update. Following the timeline information is another important viewer contribution from Andrea Rich about the ancient Chinese “cracked ice” pattern seen in the two unusual “grid” patterns east and west (far right and left in top image above) about 20 miles apart at the “China Area 51” site.

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