What is Area 51? Area 51 is a military installation in Nevada, United States. It is a secret military unit of the US Air Force. On Groom Lake in southern…
What is Area 51?
Area 51 is a military installation in Nevada, United States. It is a secret military unit of the US Air Force. On Groom Lake in southern Nevada. The small American cities of Rachel and Hiko. Located next to the secret objects of Area 51 in Nevada, are bracing themselves for an influx of visitors. It is operated by Edwards Air Force Base in Southern California. The installation has been the subject of many conspiracies related to extraterrestrial life. Although it only confirmed use is to flight tests.
Area 51 locates in southern Nevada, in the western United States, 134 km northwest of Las Vegas. The region is a standard visitor and tourist destination. As well as the small town of Rachel on the alien freeway. Area 51 borders the Yucca Flat area at the Nevada test Area. Which houses 739 of the 928 nuclear experiments conducted by the United States Department of Energy on the NTS.
The nuclear discarded of storehouse on Mount Yucca is 44 miles (71 km) southwest of Groom Lake. Area 51 is not accessible to the public and is monitored 24 hours a day. Area 51 is the common name for the U.S. Air Force top-secret ability to be found on the Nevada working out ground. This ability is officially called Homey Airport (KXTA) or Groom Lake, known as after the Salt flat, located next to its aerodrome.
Flying over Area 51 is also illegal, although this location is now visible on satellite images. The base has runways up to 12,000 feet long (2.3 miles / 3.7 km). The facility is located next to two other restricted military areas. A Nevada training ground where American nuclear weapons have been tested from the 1950s to the 1990s and a training camp in Nevada. The full range covers over 2.9 million acres of land. According to the US military it is “a flexible, realistic and multifaceted battle space. For testing tactical development and advanced training.”