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Air Force Blue # Imagination

Parameters:
HEX Triplet:
#5d8aa8
RGB:
93, 138, 168
CMYK:
45, 18, 0, 34
HSL:
204°, 30.1%, 51.2%
Closest colors:
in RGB:
Rackley
in PANTONE:
PANTONE 7697
in RAL Classic:
RAL 5024
in RAL Design:
RAL 220 60 20
in RAL Effect:
RAL 680-2
Mysterious Air Force Blue artifact - what could it be?
2023-05-17 Snargl 15 minutes 14 seconds
# General # Fashion # Imagination # Design

Mysterious Air Force Blue artifact - what could it be?

Blue dragon statue with a large head and large horns on it's face and a large body of body. Color RGB 93,138,168.
Blue skull with a large head in a circular pattern of metal pipes and wires. Color CMYK 45,18,0,34.
Kitchen with blue cabinets and a blue rug on the floor and a blue oven and microwave on the wall. Color Air Force blue.
Blue cat with a blue fur coat and a butterfly on its head and a blue dress with white flowers. Color Air Force blue.
Man standing in front of a fish tank looking at a fish in it's mouth. Example of RGB 93,138,168 color.
A mysterious Air Force blue artifact was discovered in a remote area of Nevada, near the site of a former nuclear test.
The artifact is a metallic sphere, about one meter in diameter, with strange symbols and patterns engraved on its surface.
The sphere emits a faint blue glow and a low humming sound.
It is unclear what the artifact is, how old it is, or where it came from.
Some speculate that it is a relic from an ancient civilization, or a device from an alien origin.
Others suggest that it is a secret military project, or a hoax.

The artifact was found by a group of hikers, who reported it to the local authorities.
The authorities contacted the US Air Force, who sent a team of experts to investigate the artifact.
The team arrived at the scene and set up a perimeter around the sphere.
They used various instruments and sensors to examine the artifact, but they could not determine its nature or function.
They also tried to communicate with the artifact, using different languages and codes, but they received no response.

The artifact remained a mystery, until one day, it suddenly activated.
The sphere started to spin rapidly, and the blue glow became brighter.
The humming sound increased in volume and frequency, until it reached a high-pitched scream.
The sphere then emitted a powerful blast of energy, that vaporized everything within a radius of several kilometers.
The blast also created a shockwave that shattered windows and knocked down buildings in nearby towns.
The artifact then disappeared, leaving behind a large crater and a cloud of dust.

The US Air Force launched an investigation into the incident, but they could not find any trace of the artifact or its origin.
They also could not explain what caused the artifact to activate, or what its purpose was.
They classified the incident as a top-secret matter, and denied any involvement or knowledge of the artifact.
They also tried to cover up the incident, by claiming that it was a natural disaster, or a terrorist attack.
However, some witnesses and whistleblowers leaked the information to the media, and the story of the mysterious Air Force blue artifact became a sensation.
The artifact sparked a lot of curiosity and controversy, and many theories and speculations emerged.
Some people believed that the artifact was a warning or a message from a higher power, or a sign of the end times.
Others thought that the artifact was a weapon or a tool, that could be used for good or evil.
Some even claimed that they had seen or encountered the artifact before, or that they knew its secrets.

The mysterious Air Force blue artifact remains one of the most intriguing and mysterious phenomena in history.
It is unknown if the artifact will ever reappear, or if it has a hidden agenda.
It is also unknown if there are more artifacts like it, or if they are related.
The artifact challenges our understanding of the world and ourselves, and raises many questions that may never be answered.

Example of the palette with the Air Force Blue color

Picture with primary colors of Onyx, Rose vale, Charcoal, Air Force Blue and Glitter
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 9000-N
NCS S 3040-Y90R
NCS S 7005-R80B
NCS S 3030-R80B
NCS S 0520-R60B
RAL Classic
RAL 9005
RAL 3033
RAL 7026
RAL 5024
RAL 9003
RAL Design
RAL 170 20 20
RAL 010 40 45
RAL 200 30 05
RAL 220 60 20
RAL 250 92 05
RAL Effect
RAL 790-5
RAL 460-M
RAL 750-6
RAL 680-2
RAL 160-1
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