This is How A U2 Spy Plane Lands on Only 2 Wheels

Have you ever wondered how a U2 Spy Plane lands on only 2 sets of wheels?



This video is one of the best I've seen because what we're seeing shouldn't be capable of happening! It's a plane that must of put fear into the Russians everytime one was detected!












See, what's so strange about the plane is it's landing gear, it's full landing gear set up absolutely does not go well with the design of this plane!




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It's the wheels and where they are positioned including how many there are?




This is the U2 spy plane under construction in the US.





Credit: Lockheed Skunk Works/Not What You Think YouTube Channel/UFO Sightings Footage.



They're also in a line, one in front of the other and not side by side, they're also a bit small and after landing it looks like the pilot is doing a balancing act!




The U2 spy plane.



Credit: Lockheed Skunk Works/Not What You Think YouTube Channel/UFO Sightings Footage.



It's a strange kind of plane to be honest because everything about it is built for space or extremely high altitude so turning it into the world's biggest motorbike or bicycle seems like a really bad move.



Because it naturally wants to flop over and crush it's wing! It's a bit like looking at the impossible in action, but the real mystery is how they first invented this and then convinced the poor test pilot to fly it. They probably used word's like "it's like riding a bike" or let the sophisticated 6 megabytes computer guided systems do all the work lol.



Either that or they used a carrot on a string.



It was the 1950s don't forget so having just 2 megabytes must of felt like a genuine foot in the future so having a spy plane flying at 70 thousand feet scraping the roof of the world would probably of felt like space itself.











Here's the best video to describe and show the U2 spy plane landing:







Credit: Lockheed Skunk Works/Not What You Think YouTube Channel/UFO Sightings Footage.

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