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South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'

 
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South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
People, it's fine.


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THE satellite launched by North Korea's long-range rocket is in operational orbit, South Korea's defence ministry says, confirming the apparent success of Pyongyang's stated space mission.
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
Can we update everyone who thinks it's crashing and spiraling out of control?
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This thread be ignored. The other gets pinned
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
This thread be ignored. The other gets pinned
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Of course. I know how it works ;-)

I thought I'd provide the latest info on this though. The accurate info, to put it another way.
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
no way, that pos crashed already
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They're Asian, of course they'd get it right(eventually)
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
but....but.......we're not supposed to see that it's working fine

we're supposed to be hearing that it failed, crashed, spiraled out of control etc etc

lol
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
wait..does this mean their nukes can now hit USA?
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
no way, that pos crashed already
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Nope. Orbiting fine. No probs.

Makes you wonder where all this info that it's crashing is coming from eh?
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"The ROCKET reached its operational orbit"...that's not the Satellite...
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"The ROCKET reached its operational orbit"...that's not the Satellite...
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Yes it is.

THE satellite launched by North Korea's long-range rocket is in operational orbit, South Korea's defence ministry says, confirming the apparent success of Pyongyang's stated space mission.

The satellite sent into space by the North's Unha-3 rocket on Wednesday, is "orbiting normally", ministry spokesman Kim Min-Seok told reporters on Thursday.

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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
I think there are about 3-4 threads pinned at the moment about the NK satellite plummeting back to earth or spiraling out of control. Why, I don't know, but the facts are that the satellite reached orbit and is functioning as planned.
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wait..does this mean their nukes can now hit USA?
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two developments need to happen first (if they havent already): one, warhead is big enough or payload is small enough; two, re entry shielding development.
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"The ROCKET reached its operational orbit"...that's not the Satellite...
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Oh my,, you are skeptical. How about tuning into NK weather channel to see if the satellite is operational.
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
wait..does this mean their nukes can now hit USA?
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two developments need to happen first (if they havent already): one, warhead is big enough or payload is small enough; two, re entry shielding development.
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They're no doubt working on that now that this has happened.

They'd be insane to launch at the U.S though. Still, it'd mean that there are now three 'enemy powers' capable of striking the U.S mainland with nuclear missiles, and that thought is worrying enough!
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wait..does this mean their nukes can now hit USA?
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two developments need to happen first (if they havent already): one, warhead is big enough or payload is small enough; two, re entry shielding development.
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They're no doubt working on that now that this has happened.

They'd be insane to launch at the U.S though. Still, it'd mean that there are now three 'enemy powers' capable of striking the U.S mainland with nuclear missiles, and that thought is worrying enough!
 Quoting: The Tauremini


They'd be insane to not launch if they were invaded and attacked. Or at least they'd be insane to not threaten to launch if attacked. But yes, they'd be insane to launch unprovoked......... Unfortunately they are being provoked all the time...,, but still they are sane enough to wait and see a more humble attitude given their enemies now know they have nukes and an advanced (three stage) delivery system...
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wait..does this mean their nukes can now hit USA?
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yes - But they dont have nukes
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
wait..does this mean their nukes can now hit USA?
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yes - But they dont have nukes
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Actually the MSM is now saying they do have nukes -- 6 to 12 to be exact, plus they have their own in country uranium resources. So was the news of a "failed" nuke test just propaganda to snicker and laugh at NK achievements? Makes you wonder.....
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
wait..does this mean their nukes can now hit USA?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17274177


two developments need to happen first (if they havent already): one, warhead is big enough or payload is small enough; two, re entry shielding development.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28763511



They're no doubt working on that now that this has happened.

They'd be insane to launch at the U.S though. Still, it'd mean that there are now three 'enemy powers' capable of striking the U.S mainland with nuclear missiles, and that thought is worrying enough!
 Quoting: The Tauremini


The concern is not the fact of strike capability as the United States, Russia, and Europe all have lived with nuclear annihilation for over half-a-century.

The concern is that another nation collects a true rouge that does not care about massive retaliatory strikes.

As long as governments are in charge, there is no issue as they are controlled. It is individuals and rouge groups that are of concern as the entire planet will pay in blood for their shortsightedness.
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
wait..does this mean their nukes can now hit USA?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17274177


two developments need to happen first (if they havent already): one, warhead is big enough or payload is small enough; two, re entry shielding development.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28763511



They're no doubt working on that now that this has happened.

They'd be insane to launch at the U.S though. Still, it'd mean that there are now three 'enemy powers' capable of striking the U.S mainland with nuclear missiles, and that thought is worrying enough!
 Quoting: The Tauremini


Time to back up a bit and fully resreach just which nations can successfully launch satellites. Its more than you think, likely. Then cross out the ones that don't have nuclear weapons.

Britian can hit the USA with ICBMs.
France can hit the USA with ICBMs
Russia can hit the USA with ICBMs
China can hit the USA with ICBMs

Oh, I forgot, even the USA can hit the USA with ICBMs.

Potentials:

India, launches it own satellites (successfully) also has nuclear weapons.

North Korea, launches own satellites (successfully) also has nuclear weapons.

Pakistan has both Nukes and Missiles and is working on developing its own Satellite launchers.

Israel has nukes but so far (or double check) has not successfully launched its own satellites, nor any 'publically known' ICBMs.

Iran, has launched satellites successfully)but no nukes.

Japan, has launched satellites successfully, and has nuclear power plants. At any given time perhaps a year out from making nuclear weapons should it decide.

Are there any others I have not listed? Perhaps. Do your own deep research.

Don't forget all the submarine boomer nations, not included here in this list... but at least, the USA, Russia, China, Britain, France. Perhaps, Israel.

Intercontinental Nuke Boomer Aircraft: Russia, Britain, France, of course the USA. I likely missed some.

Can means having the ability to... not necessarily meaning will.

Get the point? Its not all about ICBMs.

Do your own deep research on this, this list is but a stubby start.
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Oh, forgot.

South Korea is expected to launch its first satellite launch within the next two weeks.

S.K. has nuclear reactors.
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
This thread be ignored. The other gets pinned
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23723084



Of course. I know how it works ;-)

I thought I'd provide the latest info on this though. The accurate info, to put it another way.
 Quoting: The Tauremini


Fair dinkum mate, this is what glp is all about, pin or no pin.... ;)
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
that earlier post about all the countries with satellites who can hit USA with a nuke i think the point OP was making was that there are now three ENEMY states with proven nukes who are likely to use them against USA. India, Pak, France,UK, etc arent likely to attack USA
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
Drudge saying outta control still.

What do the Russians say?
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
looks like the tracking station has it dropping a mile every 1.5 mins

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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
I think there are about 3-4 threads pinned at the moment about the NK satellite plummeting back to earth or spiraling out of control. Why, I don't know, but the facts are that the satellite reached orbit and is functioning as planned.
 Quoting: The Tauremini


i found an emp-ty kimchi bowl in my garden. with dirty chopsticks. what mean this?
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Re: South Korea confirms North Korea's satellite is 'orbiting normally'
I think there are about 3-4 threads pinned at the moment about the NK satellite plummeting back to earth or spiraling out of control. Why, I don't know, but the facts are that the satellite reached orbit and is functioning as planned.
 Quoting: The Tauremini


i found an emp-ty kimchi bowl in my garden. with dirty chopsticks. what mean this?
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cruise
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People, it's fine.


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THE satellite launched by North Korea's long-range rocket is in operational orbit, South Korea's defence ministry says, confirming the apparent success of Pyongyang's stated space mission.
 Quoting: The Tauremini


Pentagon intel says it lost control.

Now in orbit, though, that satellite doesn't appear to be capable of doing... well, much of anything. In fact, U.S. officials told NBC News the object appears to be "tumbling out of control."

The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) confirmed a North Korean rocket launch was detected at 7:49 p.m. EST on Tuesday (0049 GMT Wednesday), and that "the missile deployed an object that appeared to achieve orbit." Beyond that, however, the satellite's purpose hasn't been readily apparent.
 Quoting: [link to www.huffingtonpost.com]


The US gubment obviously will do everything in their power to blow the NK satellite out of proportion and escalate the hostilities until people die, as usual.
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