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USAF and Obama shutting down Space Fence Oct 1
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[quote:war eagle 41997809:MV8yMzIwMDczXzM5NTY5MDgyXzkwQTI5QjI2] http://www.godlikeproductions.com/forum1/message2320073/pg1 Already posted. great find for me. All the surveillance systems rely on the fence. there are only so many ways to track objects in space, a fence is the best way unless there an array of lunar satellites. When I was in the military i was posted at a site that tracked objects, not like you would think. The fence was the source for everything. 14 million, they spent more on body bags and ammunition in one month. Pulling the plug on 33 means something as a symbol to someone. Incoming. The ISS must, must, have the fence to detect objects and divert. They must abandon the ISS. [/quote]
This is mind boggling stupid, to save 14 million they are shutting down the space surveillance system that tracks objects in space.
"The U.S. Air Force will shut down its space surveillance system that tracks satellites and other orbiting objects by October 1 due to budget constraints"
Obviously they don't feel the need to track objects past October 1st.
I'd say something is up, they getting ready to bug out, and they don't want anyone to know about the incomings.
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