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Mysterious USAF Spacecraft Has Been Spent 500 Days In Flight

There has long been speculation that world governments have been conducting secretive experiments in the upper atmosphere with technologies the public has no knowledge of. While many of these projects are tested publicly, some believe their true purposes might be obscured from the general population. Many military experiments hide...
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