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    Default Mysterious hole in china discussion

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    Mysterious hole in china

    situated at 1km from the Taiyuan satellite launch center, itīs possible to observe a 28meters diameter hole a the top of a mountain.

    In fact, if you look more closely, at about one kilometer north of the hole, thereīs something similar. It seems to be a water tank. Would it be another one under construction? Ideas, suggests, opinions welcome.


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    Thumbs up The Hole must be a Rocket Launching "Hole"

    If You go Straight South of the hole you will find the opening to the Rock System-where rockets are transferred from the center to the left . The same system is used for serving submarines-RockHangars are common-however this one is real GOOD !

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    Talking another underground place?

    Hello vikingrover!
    thanks for your reply.
    Iīm not a specialist about rockets, but, what is your opinion about this place? itīs situated at a little less than 3 kms from the hole, north-north-west.
    38 52ī 39 39" N
    111 35ī 35 48" E
    In my opinion, the south "parking" is the place for the entrance of what is under the north "parking". It looks like a gigantic horizontal door open with a hole under it.
    would it have something underground?
    bye!

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    Default Possible Pressure Relief "Valve"

    May be it is some kind of Pressure Valve -Exaust system for the rocket ? The pressure have to get out somewhere ?

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    Talking

    I donīt know.
    In opposite, Iīm sure that some other persons on this Blog can give us some more information about that.
    Bye, hasta luego!

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    I would say that it might not be a water tank 1km north, maybe it is a nuclear missile silo opening doors so the rocket can escape the silo and that hole could
    be as you say a pressure valve, but i suppose if it was nuclear it would have to be quite a large rocket. And it was probably soviet built, as the red army didn't use many silos just missiles on the back of trucks/lorries, like the
    soviet union, but the soviet union used silos also. Probably built around cold war time, thats assuming that it is a nuclear missile silo not something else!

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    Default It's Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center

    Quote Originally Posted by VikingRover View Post
    If You go Straight South of the hole you will find the opening to the Rock System-where rockets are transferred from the center to the left . The same system is used for serving submarines-RockHangars are common-however this one is real GOOD !
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiyuan..._Launch_Center

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    Default my thoughts

    maybe a diamond mine, or a mine of some sort. or a "discreet" missile silo, though that is unlikely.

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    Default Curious !!

    I don't see the exhaust portal due south but, I think it may be a silo under construction. 1 km north (and 2 more @ 6 km south, s & sw of Wuli Ping) are cisterns I think but, this is too deep. It would make a GREAT water tank but, only a government would excavate on this scale. Christian's find surely does look like a silo complex. 3 seperate 'parking' areas & the north one looks pretty obvious to me (though I've been wrong before). Entry probably through small, red roofed building. South may be the same but hard to see & identify because of the glare. Third pad (east) is darker. Possibly 2 silos & a control center/barracks ?

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