HAARP stands for The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. The HAARP Research Station is located 180miles ENE (East North East) of Anchorage but actually, it is an insidious war weapon, which may eventually destroy this beautiful planet. The primary contractor for construction at the facility was BAE Systems. Advanced Technology (BAE/AT) Major construction at the facility was completed during 2007, and the HAARP program began in 1990. The "Research Station" is located 180 miles ENE (East, North East) of Anchorage, Alaska and approximately 8 miles north of Gakona, Alaska. The facility is located at 62 degrees, 23.5 minutes North Latitude, 145 degrees West Longitude. An Alaska site was required, since Alaska is the only state that is in the auroral region. In fact, the site chosen for HAARP is ideal on two accounts: 1) The Alaskan ionospheric conditions to study. 2) The HAARP research facility consists of two major subsystems: (1) The Alaskan ionosphere over HAARP can be characterized as mid-latitude, auroral or polar, depending on how active the sun is at any given time and day. This gives a wide variety of ionospheric conditions to study. (2) The HAARP research facility consists of two major subsystems: (1) the HF transmitter, and (2) the other scientific, observational instruments that have been designed and built, and which are also being installed at the site. The two subsystems are equal in research importance. The scientific observation instruments require a quiet electromagnetic location. Such quiet locations are only found away from cities and built up areas. This is one reason, for example, that optical telescopes are built on remote mountaintops: to avoid the optical "noise" associated with big cities.