Weird ‘Triangle Shape’ Spotted in Area 51 Hangar By Pilot

Weird ‘Triangle Shape’ Spotted in Area 51 Hangar By Pilot

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  • Gabe Zeifman, a private pilot and amateur photographer snapped 1,000 photos during Christmas Day flypast of the secretive military base in Nevada
  • He spent his Christmas Day flying his Cessna 150 plane over the Nevada Test and Training Range
  • The hangar is only south of the main NTTR complex at Area 51 and the object appears big, although it is unclear
  • It does seem to be the sole hangar that is open. 
  • Zeifman, a trainer air traffic controller (ATC) has flown over the area during three different occasions 

A private pilot snapped amazing visuals of the Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR) and Area 51, revealing a strange triangle shape inside an open hangar.

Gabe Zeifman, a private pilot and amateur photographer, spent Christmas Day flying his Cessna 150 plane over the area and capturing over 1,000 photos. 

The hangar is just south of the main NTTR complex at Area 51 and the object appears big, although it is unclear.

It seems to be the sole hangar that is open.

Zeifman, a trainer air traffic controller (ATC, has flown over the area on three separate occasions, Mystery Wire reports.

In the videos of his flights, posted to YouTube, Zeifman can be heard getting clearance for his route over the constricted area.  

For this specific flight, Zeifman had higher quality photography gear that enabled him to snap better photos. 

Area 51 is just one of the sensitive military facilities situated within the Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR), a vast military training area in Nevada’s Mojave Desert.

Details of everything that happens at Area 51 are classified as top secret, and the extreme secrecy around the facility has led to widespread conspiracy theories that it is employed to store captured or crashed UFOs.

Area 51 was founded by the CIA in 1955 as a testing facility for the reticent U-2 spy plane and that has probably been used ever since to test highly classified and experimental aircraft.

From the national security’s point of view and implications of sharing the images, it is worth noting that Russia can and does fly directly over Area 51 with state of the art reconnaissance planes under the Open Skies Treaty. 

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