China Developing Means to ‘See’ U.S. Stealth Aircraft

China Developing Means to ‘See’ U.S. Stealth Aircraft

China is developing technology that would make the B-2 Spirit stealth bomber’s radar-absorbing technology ineffective.

 

According to new reports, China is developing technology that would allow its military to “see” any U.S. stealth aircraft, which would be a complete game changer, in efforts to counter the communist country’s expanding global influence.

The technology, known as “ghost imaging,” would provide sensitivity currently impossible by detecting extremely tiny amounts of light that stray from a dimmer object, as well as how that light interacts with other light sources in the surrounding environment. This would effectively make all forms of current camouflage technology—ranging from smoke used to hide ground forces to radar-absorption materials used on stealth aircraft and naval vessels—completely ineffective. Continue reading