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BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit

 
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BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. — A rocket that blasted off early Friday carrying an Earth-observation satellite has failed to reach orbit, NASA said.

The Taurus XL rocket carrying NASA's Glory satellite lifted off about 2:10 a.m. PST from Vandenberg Air Force Base, officials said.

But NASA said in a brief statement that a protective shell or fairing atop the rocket did not separate from the satellite as it should have about three minutes after the launch.

That left the Glory spacecraft without the velocity to reach orbit, NASA launch commentator George Diller said.

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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
This is N(A)SA.

THEY ARE N-O-T STUPID.

They DONT just fail.


Dont believe their obvious shilling antics, this news is 'designed' for certain people to 'forget' about that rocket...

and by that i dont mean the general masses as they wouldnt care anyway...

Think about it.

the payload was HIGHLY CLASSIFIED...

Google about the missions batch and you will understand...
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
um...so... where did it land?
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
Google about the missions batch and you will understand...
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OK... hiding2
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
nevermind, looks like it fell into the pacific.
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
So much money wasted. I bet it was a military satellite.
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03/04/2011 08:51 AM
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
um...so... where did it land?
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
yea, NASA doesn't just fuck up something like this.

they're lying.

thing was shrouded in secrecy to begin with which is bullshit. we have a right to know what they're doing over our heads. i wouldn't trust a god damn word they said.
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
It obviously crashed through Nibiru, caused gold to spike a thousand dollars, collapsed the US economy, started a war with Russia, caused North Korea to nuke the South, got hit by a massive CME, and caused millions of animals to die around the globe.

Big doom here guys!
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yea, NASA doesn't just fuck up something like this.

they're lying.

thing was shrouded in secrecy to begin with which is bullshit. we have a right to know what they're doing over our heads. i wouldn't trust a god damn word they said.
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+1000

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This. is. N(A)SA.
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
WASHINGTON — A rocket carrying an Earth-observation satellite is in the Pacific Ocean after a failed launch attempt, NASA officials said Friday.

Had Glory reached orbit it would have been on a three-year mission to analyze how airborne particles affect Earth's climate. Besides monitoring particles in the atmosphere, it would also have tracked solar radiation to determine the sun's effect on climate change.

[link to www.kentucky.com]


???
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Tit for tat, with Russia? Just saying.
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WASHINGTON — A rocket carrying an Earth-observation satellite is in the Pacific Ocean after a failed launch attempt, NASA officials said Friday.

Had Glory reached orbit it would have been on a three-year mission to analyze how airborne particles affect Earth's climate. Besides monitoring particles in the atmosphere, it would also have tracked solar radiation to determine the sun's effect on climate change.

[link to www.kentucky.com]


???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1254610


Illuminati:

This is the second failure for a climate warming / chemtrail monitoring observation of particulates satallite.

Same exact reason for second failure as first.

First satellite was destroyed, 2nd backup was destroyed.

Now, instead of 2 years to relaunch it will take a few years or more.

3/4/2011

3+4+2 = 9/11
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
WASHINGTON — A rocket carrying an Earth-observation satellite is in the Pacific Ocean after a failed launch attempt, NASA officials said Friday.

Had Glory reached orbit it would have been on a three-year mission to analyze how airborne particles affect Earth's climate. Besides monitoring particles in the atmosphere, it would also have tracked solar radiation to determine the sun's effect on climate change.

[link to www.kentucky.com]


???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1254610


Illuminati:

This is the second failure for a climate warming / chemtrail monitoring observation of particulates satallite.

Same exact reason for second failure as first.

First satellite was destroyed, 2nd backup was destroyed.

Now, instead of 2 years to relaunch it will take a few years or more.

3/4/2011

3+4+2 = 9/11
 Quoting: humuhumu 1284354


Add this 3rd sabotage to the two above. This one was going to monitor global warming at the poles.

[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]


I'm not going to take the time to go into sabotage at NASA regarding climate monitoring projects.

Last Edited by humuhumunukuapuaa on 03/04/2011 11:06 AM
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
NASA is more concerned about making Muzzies feel good then blast off effective rockets.
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
So much money wasted. I bet it was a military satellite.
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Nope, it was to track global warming. But then because it dealt with global warming it was doomed from the gitmo, either because everything connected with global warming fails or because global warming causes everything to fail. Take your pick.
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
WASHINGTON — A rocket carrying an Earth-observation satellite is in the Pacific Ocean after a failed launch attempt, NASA officials said Friday.

Had Glory reached orbit it would have been on a three-year mission to analyze how airborne particles affect Earth's climate. Besides monitoring particles in the atmosphere, it would also have tracked solar radiation to determine the sun's effect on climate change.

[link to www.kentucky.com]


???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1254610


Illuminati:

This is the second failure for a climate warming / chemtrail monitoring observation of particulates satallite.

Same exact reason for second failure as first.

First satellite was destroyed, 2nd backup was destroyed.

Now, instead of 2 years to relaunch it will take a few years or more.

3/4/2011

3+4+2 = 9/11
 Quoting: humuhumu 1284354


9 + 11 + 3 + 4 + 2 = 29, 2 + 9 = 11, 1 + 1 = 2.
Therefore 3/4/2011 = 2
Problem solved.
Thank you public education.
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
WASHINGTON — A rocket carrying an Earth-observation satellite is in the Pacific Ocean after a failed launch attempt, NASA officials said Friday.

Had Glory reached orbit it would have been on a three-year mission to analyze how airborne particles affect Earth's climate. Besides monitoring particles in the atmosphere, it would also have tracked solar radiation to determine the sun's effect on climate change.

[link to www.kentucky.com]


???
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Illuminati:

This is the second failure for a climate warming / chemtrail monitoring observation of particulates satallite.

Same exact reason for second failure as first.

First satellite was destroyed, 2nd backup was destroyed.

Now, instead of 2 years to relaunch it will take a few years or more.




3/4/2011

3+4+2 = 9/11
 Quoting: humuhumu 1284354


9 + 11 + 3 + 4 + 2 = 29, 2 + 9 = 11, 1 + 1 = 2.
Therefore 3/4/2011 = 2
Problem solved.
Thank you public education.
 Quoting: ProudFossil


You of all people should know Illuminati education is not public education, and you should know 11 is not a number that can be added as 1 + 1 under their rules.

Nice try! Next.
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
So much money wasted. I bet it was a military satellite.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 69144

Nope, it was to track global warming. But then because it dealt with global warming it was doomed from the gitmo, either because everything connected with global warming fails or because global warming causes everything to fail. Take your pick.
 Quoting: ProudFossil


NASA has quite a record with destroying global climate satellites. At least 3 crashes since 1995 costing billions and setting us back a decade.
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
Just post the damn thing:

The Glory mission, designed to improve NASA's understanding of Earth's climate system, is scheduled for launch no earlier than February 2011 aboard a Taurus XL launch vehicle from Vandenberg Air Force Base (VAFB), Ca.

Glory will improve the understanding of aerosol contributions to global climate change and help maintain a record of total solar irradiance. Data provided by the Glory mission will enhance global climate modeling and help reduce uncertainties associated with the causes and consequences of global climate change.

Glory's Aerosol Polarimetry Sensor (APS) will collect information about atmospheric aerosols, such as the shape, composition, and reflectivity of different types of aerosol particles. The Total Irradiance Monitor (TIM) will monitor variations in solar activity by measuring the amount of radiation that strikes the top of Earth's atmosphere.

Glory will join a fleet of Earth observing satellites known as the Afternoon Constellation, or "A-Train", which together offer a more cohesive and detailed picture of the Earth's biosphere and climate. The Glory mission is collaborative effort involving NASA, Orbital Sciences Corporation, Raytheon's Santa Barbara Remote Sensing (SBRS) Space and Airborne Systems, and University of Colorado's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP).



It did not fail. This is a monitoring tool for them. Chemtrails...
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What the....???

Just saw Omar Baez (or so), on CNN, the Dude nearly started crying!?

But why?? No one fucking died, either he´s a Sissy or... i just don´t know, his look was weird and nearly frightened.blink

Last Edited by Trickster on 03/04/2011 04:26 PM
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
yea, NASA doesn't just fuck up something like this.

they're lying.

thing was shrouded in secrecy to begin with which is bullshit. we have a right to know what they're doing over our heads. i wouldn't trust a god damn word they said.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1254610



+1000

The Mission Batch gives it all away!


Google is your friend... at least sometimes...



This. is. N(A)SA.
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THIS IS N(a)SA. IGNORE THE ABOVE^^,
USE SCROOGLE, ITS BETTER 'COS WE HAVE LESS SHIT TO SIEVE THROUGH. THANKYOU.....
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
yea, NASA doesn't just fuck up something like this.

they're lying.

thing was shrouded in secrecy to begin with which is bullshit. we have a right to know what they're doing over our heads. i wouldn't trust a god damn word they said.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1254610



+1000

The Mission Batch gives it all away!


Google is your friend... at least sometimes...



This. is. N(A)SA.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1284251


THIS IS N(a)SA. IGNORE THE ABOVE^^,
USE SCROOGLE, ITS BETTER 'COS WE HAVE LESS SHIT TO SIEVE THROUGH. THANKYOU.....
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
This is N(A)SA.

THEY ARE N-O-T STUPID.

They DONT just fail.

 Quoting: German Coward 1284251

In what parallel universe do you reside that has technology that never, ever fails?

ETA: The delivery system was build by Orbital. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
Nowadays NASA doesn't built launchers.

Dont believe their obvious shilling antics, this news is 'designed' for certain people to 'forget' about that rocket...
and by that i dont mean the general masses as they wouldnt care anyway...

Think about it.

the payload was HIGHLY CLASSIFIED...
 Quoting: German Coward 1284251

No, it wasn't. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
If they want something highly classified in orbit they let the USAF or the NRO do it.
Those have dozens of satelites they won't tell what they do.

Google about the missions batch and you will understand...
 Quoting: German Coward 1284251

I suppose you men badge.

It has a lens flare?
So it's over designed.


Had Glory reached orbit it would have been on a three-year mission to analyze how airborne particles affect Earth's climate.

???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1254610

Airborne particles as caused by:
- Volcanic eruptions
- Forrest fires
- Blown desert dust
- Man-made pollution.

Look up high-altitude air samples and global dimming.


What the....???

Just saw Omar Baez (or so), on CNN, the Dude nearly started crying!?

But why?? No one fucking died, either he´s a Sissy or... i just don´t know, his look was weird and nearly frightened.blink
 Quoting: Trickster

Psychologist's fallacy.
Maybe the guy just poured his heart into his work.
book

Last Edited by Halcyon Dayz, FCD on 03/04/2011 06:47 PM
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
This is N(A)SA.

THEY ARE N-O-T STUPID.

They DONT just fail.


Dont believe their obvious shilling antics, this news is 'designed' for certain people to 'forget' about that rocket...

and by that i dont mean the general masses as they wouldnt care anyway...

Think about it.

the payload was HIGHLY CLASSIFIED...

Google about the missions batch and you will understand...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1284251


totally agree.
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
yea, NASA doesn't just fuck up something like this.

they're lying.

thing was shrouded in secrecy to begin with which is bullshit. we have a right to know what they're doing over our heads. i wouldn't trust a god damn word they said.
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they put it on a rocket that out of NINE flights, has only been successful SIX times???

come on, ffs.

they WANT us to think this thing is in the Pacific. it made it to orbit, and is now doing what it was sent up to do, which isn't what they were telling us it was.
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
um...so... where did it land?
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We could have tracked it with the new GLP telescope!

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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
Whatever happened to the satellite that Russia launched a month ago and that didn't make it into orbit either.
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Re: BRKG: NASA: Observation satellite FAILS to reach orbit
Whatever happened to the satellite that Russia launched a month ago and that didn't make it into orbit either.
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Risk AnalysisPhotos Video Report Russia's top military and space official launched a search Tuesday for a missing military satellite that apparently was put into the wrong orbit shortly after its launch. The Russian defence ministry confirmed that it had lost sight of the craft -- a dual-use vessel that can draw a three-dimensional map of the Earth and locate the precise positions of various targets. The incident came just a month after President Dmitry Medvedev sacked two top space officials for a similar setback and delivered another humiliating blow to Russia's much-maligned space industry. The seriousness of the situation was underscored late Tuesday by reports that the defence ministry had set up an urgent joint task force with the Russia's space agency to look for the missing craft. The Geo-IK-2 satellite was created in Russia to help the military survey land and create a detailed three-dimensional map of the Earth. It was designed to spin in a circular orbit 1,000 kilometres (600 miles) above ground. But news reports said that the satellite had been put in an an elliptical orbit whose lowest point brought it to within 330 kilometres of Earth. "We have still not been able to establish contact with the craft, and it looks like most likely, it will be declared lost," a Russian space source said. "The spacecraft will not be able to perform its intended functions at these orbit characteristics," another space official told the news agency. Reports pointed the initial blame for the failure on the satellite's Briz-KM upper stage rocket. The satellite's launch had already been delayed from December because of technical malfunctions that were detected at its northern Russian launch site in Plesetsk. Tuesday's malfunction came less than five weeks after Medvedev fired two top space officials and reprimanded the space agency chief for a launch failure caused Russia to delay the deployment of its own navigation system. Russia's Proton-M rocket had on that occasion proven too heavy to reach its initial orbit and had been forced to dump its three high-tech Glonass-M satellites near the Hawaii Islands. Investigators said that accident was caused by a basic fuel miscalculation that made the craft too heavy to reach its required height. The three Glonass satellites would have completed a system whose research had been started by the Soviet Union in 1976.

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