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Bing Maps Has Revealed Russia's Secret Stealth Fighter Jet

Bing Maps is apparently really great at one thing: revealing classified military information. After capturing a top secret military base, Bing has now caught on camera a stealth Russian aeroplane that's been shrouded in mystery. The Bing Maps image above shows Russia's MIG Project 1.44, Russia's first attempt at building a stealth fighter jet. A jet that Russia might have sent to China to kick start China's stealth program. A jet that was supposed to be Russia's answer for the F-22 Raptor. Read More >>

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Stay Off Your Boss's Radar With This Stealth-Inspired Desk

Some days you want your boss to be aware of all the great work you're doing. But other days you just want to slip beneath the radar, do what you gotta do, and get home. And we assume that's exacly what David Hsu's angled stealth desk is for. Read More >>

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Ride This Stealth Bike Wherever You Want Without Being Seen

So it might not be the best idea to try and pedal your way onto a secure military base, but engineer Brano Meres' experimental X-9 Nighthawk bike frame looks like it would be as invisible to radar as the old F-117 stealth fighter was. Read More >>

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Europe's First Stealth Drone Looks like an Angry Cyborg

Europe's collaborative nEUROn drone may be late to the invisible death from above party, but it sure is compensating with some scary looks. Check out the Cylon mug on this puppy as it greets the world for the first time. Read More >>

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China's Building New Batman Spy Drones

This is the newest Chinese drone. It seems much more advanced than what anyone imagined. Apparently, Bruce Wayne is now working for the Chinese military, which is hard at work trying to match America's drone-army. They're getting close. Read More >>

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Carbon Nanotube Forest Hides Objects In the Black Void

We've seen people attempt invisibility cloaks for ages, mostly failing miserably, even in films. But how about hiding something with darkness. That's what researchers using carbon nanotube forests are attempting to do. Read More >>

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How Stealth Works

Stealth bombers are not invisible — far from it, in fact. The Northrop Grumman-designed B-2 Spirit has a hard-to-ignore 53m wingspan and a thin, disk-like silhouette that makes it look like a cross between a stingray and an alien craft from a summer blockbuster. Read More >>

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