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BREAKING! NASA Says N. Korean Rocket Launched Object Into Orbit

 
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You guys do realize we can shoot low orbit satellites down with conventional Earth originated missiles from the ground or by plane, like extremely easily.

This launch has absofuckinglutly nothing to do with the X-37.
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wasnt it n.korea who wanted to confiscate the moon with a cable & wench a few years back???
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Congrats to NK for this success. The space belongs to all humanity, everyone has the right to have satellites and stuff.
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EMP armed by Iran via an NK launch. Seems plausible.
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so.. and what?
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lol you suckers, from the link "An American space expert said", i mean who the fuck is this expert?? a blogger for NASA who?
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One possible benefit of a homogeneous "rogue" nation
lauching something into space... the satanic jew/nwo
may have no clue what it is ;-)



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It probably is a copy of Sputnik and just goes "beep, beep, beep.......".
 Quoting: Just Some Guy

So how do we find out exactly what kind of satellite they put up there?
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They claim it's a weather satellite. It seems to have a polar orbit, probably sun-synchronous. Basically, three kinds of satellites use that sort of orbit; meteorological, mapping, and spy satellites. The former in order to monitor things like global temperature and improve weather forecast modeling, the latter two because it keeps the shadow angles the same on each pass and provides global coverage. I seriously doubt the north koreans put a satellite up there to check for global warming or see if polar bears are stranded on ice floats. The old Keyhole spy satellites (aka Big Bird) also used these kinds of orbits. It makes sense that they would start off using that kind of orbit for a spy satellite themselves - a polar orbit grants global coverage.
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It probably is a copy of Sputnik and just goes "beep, beep, beep.......".
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So how do we find out exactly what kind of satellite they put up there?
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They claim it's a weather satellite. It seems to have a polar orbit, probably sun-synchronous. Basically, three kinds of satellites use that sort of orbit; meteorological, mapping, and spy satellites. The former in order to monitor things like global temperature and improve weather forecast modeling, the latter two because it keeps the shadow angles the same on each pass and provides global coverage. I seriously doubt the north koreans put a satellite up there to check for global warming or see if polar bears are stranded on ice floats. The old Keyhole spy satellites (aka Big Bird) also used these kinds of orbits. It makes sense that they would start off using that kind of orbit for a spy satellite themselves - a polar orbit grants global coverage.
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Well, I don't see any problem with them having a weather satellite. Lord knows it helps with agriculture and lots of other info intensive matters. Good grief. Welcome to the 21st Century, NK. Good for you.

But if you have any ideas of putting a bomb in orbit, I'll take back my congrats. huffy
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It probably is a copy of Sputnik and just goes "beep, beep, beep.......".
 Quoting: Just Some Guy

So how do we find out exactly what kind of satellite they put up there?
 Quoting: Éireann


They claim it's a weather satellite. It seems to have a polar orbit, probably sun-synchronous. Basically, three kinds of satellites use that sort of orbit; meteorological, mapping, and spy satellites. The former in order to monitor things like global temperature and improve weather forecast modeling, the latter two because it keeps the shadow angles the same on each pass and provides global coverage. I seriously doubt the north koreans put a satellite up there to check for global warming or see if polar bears are stranded on ice floats. The old Keyhole spy satellites (aka Big Bird) also used these kinds of orbits. It makes sense that they would start off using that kind of orbit for a spy satellite themselves - a polar orbit grants global coverage.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

Well, I don't see any problem with them having a weather satellite. Lord knows it helps with agriculture and lots of other info intensive matters. Good grief. Welcome to the 21st Century, NK. Good for you.

But if you have any ideas of putting a bomb in orbit, I'll take back my congrats. huffy
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I seriously doubt it's actually a weather satellite, that's just a cover story, it's probably a spy satellite in the same vein as the keyhole satellites, but with most likely digital imaging instead of film. It's also a test of their rocket technology, so it's a precursor to putting a bomb on a rocket. They want to be sure the rocket works first so that the bomb doesn't come down on their own heads by accident.
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japan didn't respond because they are in cahoots.

it's nwo, people, wake up already.

this is casus belli.

Casus Belli:
Noun
An act or situation provoking or justifying war.

Same thing just happened with Iran, don't have a link, but said something about them now officially being fully nuclear capable, which is casus belli for Israel to strike whenever they please now.

just saying. also, they don't have control over things in space like they would have you think. it's a show... whether whatever they shot into space is really there or not, nobody can really prove it besides what some news story says. i would take this with a grain of salt, but pay more attention to the events that follow because that's what it's really about.
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So how do we find out exactly what kind of satellite they put up there?
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They claim it's a weather satellite. It seems to have a polar orbit, probably sun-synchronous. Basically, three kinds of satellites use that sort of orbit; meteorological, mapping, and spy satellites. The former in order to monitor things like global temperature and improve weather forecast modeling, the latter two because it keeps the shadow angles the same on each pass and provides global coverage. I seriously doubt the north koreans put a satellite up there to check for global warming or see if polar bears are stranded on ice floats. The old Keyhole spy satellites (aka Big Bird) also used these kinds of orbits. It makes sense that they would start off using that kind of orbit for a spy satellite themselves - a polar orbit grants global coverage.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

Well, I don't see any problem with them having a weather satellite. Lord knows it helps with agriculture and lots of other info intensive matters. Good grief. Welcome to the 21st Century, NK. Good for you.

But if you have any ideas of putting a bomb in orbit, I'll take back my congrats. huffy
 Quoting: Éireann

I seriously doubt it's actually a weather satellite, that's just a cover story, it's probably a spy satellite in the same vein as the keyhole satellites, but with most likely digital imaging instead of film. It's also a test of their rocket technology, so it's a precursor to putting a bomb on a rocket. They want to be sure the rocket works first so that the bomb doesn't come down on their own heads by accident.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro

So they don't want to enter the Space Race, they want to be able to drop a bomb on someone living on the other side of the planet.

Great. Like we didn't have enough problems in the world as it is.
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This is nice indeed. When either the US, Russia, or China shoot the damned thing down, the Koreans are going to blame it on their using cheaper parts and cutting corners during construction - like they always do! They'll be chasing their tail on this one for years! Keeps them busy anyway and maybe we'll be hearing less KPOP bullshit on the radio for a while.
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Congrats to North Korea !

I hope they launched something important for Vladimir Putin.


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Well now they've got the tech. I don't like the sound of Iran officials at the launch (allegedly). I agree with the theory that it's probably a spy satellite. I can see all this eventually leading into another war. And Probably WW3. nuke
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is it true that Iranian engineers were assisting with this launch, or was that bogus?
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is it true that Iranian engineers were assisting with this launch, or was that bogus?
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well msm reported that yes, iran denied it!
so you can choose what you believe, like always
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I can't imagine North Korea doing this for peaceful purposes.

Either the satellite itself has military capabilities, or it was testing the delivery package for a future launch of something w/military capabilities.

I'm not for blowing shit up without thinking it through very carefully first, but in this case there is no way it should have been allowed to clear 20,000 feet. Spy sat, some sort of M.I.R.V. thing, something nasty more than likely.
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You know what they say about linkies and stinkies.
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Yeah I know. I'm on my phone so it's taking longer than I would like
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damn, some are so doom addicted, they take it with them everywhere...
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Japan probably should have blown it out of the sky. I'm guessing they didn't want to take the chance of missing it and looking bad
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more like, they have no capability to do so.
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You guys do realize we can shoot low orbit satellites down with conventional Earth originated missiles from the ground or by plane, like extremely easily.
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in France we call that "le tir au pigeon" (pidgin shooting) chuckle

"i'ma charge my low orbit ion canon"
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Well now they've got the tech. I don't like the sound of Iran officials at the launch (allegedly). I agree with the theory that it's probably a spy satellite. I can see all this eventually leading into another w pleasear. And Probably WW3. nuke
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oh please, you are total y exaggerating. Space does not belong exclusively to Australia.
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N Korea has launched an object into Orbit.

Looking for link
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Yeah. It was determined that the object launched into orbit was Kim Jung Un's testicles.
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X-37B will be causing the emp, not NK. but NK to take the blame to kick off ww3 or maybe not
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2:05-2:17 i laughed.

it would be epic for one sattelite to be able to EMP all USA in one shot lolsign.
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N Korea has launched an object into Orbit.

Looking for link
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flipoff to the coward moron flipoff giving me red karma for having a little laugh on my previous post...

"There's nothing epic about a nation destroying EMP"

your fukin nation wont be destroyed dumbass patriot, just sent to stone age...it's not like you cry for the dead in middle east hypocrit.flipoff
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You guys do realize we can shoot low orbit satellites down with conventional Earth originated missiles from the ground or by plane, like extremely easily.
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in France we call that "le tir au pigeon" (pidgin shooting) chuckle

"i'ma charge my low orbit ion canon"
lolsign
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