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@ 2005-07-28 20:46:23
Zoom out and this site is full of interesting targets...planes in circular revetments and on airstrips, traincar-like vehicles, missile launchers? And the occassional bomb crater. Anyone know anything about this range in Colorado?

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@ 2005-07-28 23:52:30
Someone else found this same star and this page [http://www.uer.ca/forum_showthread.asp?fid=3&threadid=20987] (star is the first link in the first thread) suggests that it was made by Anasazi Indians.
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Anonymous
@ 2005-08-14 23:51:26
You DO know thats not a normal ordinary star, right? it's the Star of David.
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@ 2005-09-08 11:01:13
These are all part of the Airburst Range. A list of all the targets can be found here. This target is listed as an SA-2 missile site.
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@ 2008-11-13 11:41:15
This is a mock SA-2 SAM site.