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Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch

 
waxonwaxoff
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Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
and using Chinese technology no doubtchuckle

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
The launch of a Russian rocket carrying an American communications satellite ended in disaster today after it plunged into the sea 40 seconds after blast-off.

Grainy footage of the launch being streamed online was cut shortly after 6.56am GMT when the space-bound vessel got into trouble.

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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02/01/2013 10:34 AM
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Not to worry, grasshopper. Launch was fully insured by AIG.
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Not to worry, grasshopper. Launch was fully insured by AIG.
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insurance check! partaayy tiime!!dance
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
so a private U.S. company wanted the satellite put into orbit.
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02/01/2013 10:59 AM
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and using Chinese technology no doubtchuckle

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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i dont blame them for doing it after we messed up the rover they were sending to mars lol its funny when you think about it oh the irony
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02/01/2013 11:15 AM
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
They did what had to be done.

Note the angle of the exhaust plume.

It was going out of control.

Good Job, Russian Mission Control.

Engineering Sucked, tho!
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02/01/2013 11:31 AM
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USA have to ask Russia for help on everything that has to do with space now?

What the hell did Obama do to NASA, expect turning it into a Muslim outreach organization..
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02/01/2013 11:38 AM
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
[youtube [link to youtu.be]
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USA have to ask Russia for help on everything that has to do with space now?

What the hell did Obama do to NASA, expect turning it into a Muslim outreach organization..
 Quoting: Interstellar Breeze


This was a commercial launch, nothing to do with NASA. NASA successfully launched one of their own communications satellites with an Atlas V night before last: [link to www.universetoday.com]
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02/01/2013 11:41 AM
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Good 1 less spy
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cruise
All this has happened before, and will happen again.
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02/01/2013 11:45 AM
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
Last time I checked NASA did not deal with commercial satellites.

This was a commercial one...hence russian rocket launch.

[link to www.washingtonpost.com]

And of course they all do some government work....
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and using Chinese technology no doubtchuckle

[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
 Quoting: waxonwaxoff


chinese? You mean US technology smuggled to them by leon panetta their communist comrade.
US Infidelis
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02/01/2013 11:49 AM
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LOL!!!

Not a US satellite. A corporate satellite probably intended to hurt people.
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02/01/2013 11:52 AM
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
They did what had to be done.

Note the angle of the exhaust plume.

It was going out of control.

Good Job, Russian Mission Control.

Engineering Sucked, tho!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5943151

Last year, Russia produced 24 space , 23 successful.
Put into orbit three U.S. satellites:
Intelsat-22, Intelsat 23, Echostar 16



America produced only 13 launches
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Russian Mafia insurance scam...
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
Here are pictures of a factory that makes engines for the Zenit 3SL...
[link to tech.slashdot.org]
[link to lana-sator.livejournal.com]
Considering that you're apparently able to stroll right into the factory where they make these things off-hours, and considering how run down it all looks, this doesn't terribly surprise me. Can't believe we buy their crap for our Atlas V's, including the one that successfully put TDRS-K into orbit (Their RD-180 engine is used for our Atlas V first stage. Fucking disgrace. Thank god for SpaceX).

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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
Maybe they stole it and pretended to try launch.


Just saying. . . .
One of the most important aspects of conspiracy theories is being able to discern when there isn't one.

Oh yeah, like you'd understand anyway.

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02/01/2013 12:19 PM
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
It's a smooth response for the actions taken against Syria en Iran.
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02/01/2013 12:22 PM
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Good 1 less spy
 Quoting: pete 31174817


yep

but me hopes no fish got squished...
Best Wishes,
Uncle Alyosha

And here's a GLP-appropriate Bible verse (atheists may read, too):

God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise, God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong.

- 1 Corinthians 1:27
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
Here are pictures of a factory that makes engines for the Zenit 3SL...
[link to tech.slashdot.org]
[link to lana-sator.livejournal.com]
Considering that you're apparently able to stroll right into the factory where they make these things off-hours, and considering how run down it all looks, this doesn't terribly surprise me. Can't believe we buy their crap for our Atlas V's, including the one that successfully put TDRS-K into orbit (Their RD-180 engine is used for our Atlas V first stage. Fucking disgrace. Thank god for SpaceX).
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


I wouldn't let the rustic buildings fool you - Russia has great minds...and doesn't need to spend big doe on decorations, like in the usa, to impress anyone...
Best Wishes,
Uncle Alyosha

And here's a GLP-appropriate Bible verse (atheists may read, too):

God chose what is foolish in the world to shame the wise, God chose what is weak in the world to shame the strong.

- 1 Corinthians 1:27
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
This is just a disgrace that we even use Russian rockets to put up our satellites.
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02/01/2013 12:27 PM
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
Hmmm! Russian carrying US satellite..

[link to www.niac.usra.edu]

this proposal was passed in 2010..and all involved (countries)
Ufologist: IS IT SO HARD TO IMAGINE - THAT WE IN THIS VAST MAJORITY OF TIME & SPACE - ARE THE ONLY BLUE MARBLE FLOATING IN A BLACK BAG OF TRILLIONS OF BLUE MARBLES JUST LIKE OURS ?
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remember 1 february 2003, and shut up.
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02/01/2013 12:35 PM
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
The interaction between Nibiru and the Sun is shooting satellites down, glitching the ones up and not allowing new ones to be launched. THEY are running out of them, FAST!!!, not like you can built COMMSATS in the Wonka plant ;)).

As time passes by, cable TV, wifi, electronics will continue to noticeable fail.
The BIG one, when cable start dropping channels X/Niburu/Shiva/yada yada yada is VERY close.
Also add the scalar weapons war about to be unleashed on the world.

Time gives reason to that one which can see reality without mental obstructions ;).
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
Here are pictures of a factory that makes engines for the Zenit 3SL...
[link to tech.slashdot.org]
[link to lana-sator.livejournal.com]
Considering that you're apparently able to stroll right into the factory where they make these things off-hours, and considering how run down it all looks, this doesn't terribly surprise me. Can't believe we buy their crap for our Atlas V's, including the one that successfully put TDRS-K into orbit (Their RD-180 engine is used for our Atlas V first stage. Fucking disgrace. Thank god for SpaceX).
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


I wouldn't let the rustic buildings fool you - Russia has great minds...and doesn't need to spend big doe on decorations, like in the usa, to impress anyone...
 Quoting: Uncle Alyosha


Rustic is not the word I would use to describe the state of this junk:
[link to img-fotki.yandex.ru]
Broken security camera, unauthorized person running around inside this dirty-ass factory ( [link to img-fotki.yandex.ru] ) without any problem at all, no one to stop her, it's no wonder the damn thing failed. It's no wonder their rockets keep having failures ( [link to www.space.com] ). SpaceX is not about "decorations." In fact, their mission control center is quite relaxed in appearance compared to either NASA or Russia.
[link to venturebeat.files.wordpress.com]
Tables with monitors on them. Simple. Easy. It works.
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
The interaction between Nibiru and the Sun is shooting satellites down, glitching the ones up and not allowing new ones to be launched.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33457793


Right, which is why TDRS-K failed to... oh wait, you're fucking wrong.
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Re: Russian rocket carrying U.S. satellite plunges into Pacific Ocean 40 seconds after launch
remember 1 february 2003, and shut up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32508688


Yes, I remember it quite vividly. I had met commander Rick Husband a year before his ill fated mission. It was a very tragic loss. But there is no denying that Russia has had a string of launch failures recently.
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WHOOPS!
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GOOD IM GLAD , PITTY DR ASTRO WASNT ON BOARD THE BIG SHOT

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