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Collision Possibly Caused By US Satellite's Crash Into Junk Orbit

 
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Collision Possibly Caused By US Satellite's Crash Into Junk Orbit
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Moscow (XNA) Feb 14, 2009
The collision between two satellites of the United States and Russia on Tuesday would be the result of a failure on the part of the U.S. Iridium satellite, an official of the Russian Defense Ministry told Xinhua Thursday.
The orbit about 800 km above the Earth is called the "junk orbit," where defunct satellites from different countries gather together, said Yuri Ivanov, an official of the defense ministry's press office.

He presumed that the incident might be caused by the U.S. satellite's mistaken crash into the "junk orbit."

The Interfax news agency quoted space technology expert Igor Lisov as saying that the Iridium Satellite LLC would have prevented the incident.

The U.S. side might not know or ignore the possibility that the two satellites would smash into each other, he said.

Earlier in the day, a spokeswoman for the Maryland-based Iridium Satellite LLC told Xinhua that Tuesday's collision is not the result of a failure on the part of the Iridium satellite or its technology.

According to information shared with the company by various U.S. government organizations that monitor satellites and other space objects (such as debris), it appears that the satellite's loss was the result of a collision with a non-operational Russian satellite, she said.

Iridium Satellite LLC operates a constellation of 66 low Earth orbiting satellites that provide voice and data services for areas not served by ground-based communication networks.

The 560-kg Iridium 33, which collided with the defunct 900-kg Russian satellite nearly 790 km over Siberia, was launched in 1997.

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Re: Collision Possibly Caused By US Satellite's Crash Into Junk Orbit
Hmm the Zetas said tonight that was not the cause <:
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Re: Collision Possibly Caused By US Satellite's Crash Into Junk Orbit
I know, but look at them put it out...

And also that the Pentagon had no idea... its such crap...

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02/15/2009 12:31 AM
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Re: Collision Possibly Caused By US Satellite's Crash Into Junk Orbit
for those interested <:

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These satellites did not collide. Satellite orbits are very carefully managed, within and between countries sending them aloft. Why would it be otherwise? These are expensive machines, with much depending upon their operation. Even with the Russian satellite being inactive, no longer in use, as reported, these dead bodies are tracked by other means to ensure no collision with live satellites. A satellite may be out of control, but live satellites are in control and can be maneuvered to avoid those that are out of control. Why would a lie be spread? We have mentioned that satellites will increasingly fail, and this has been happening but has been hidden from the public. The public is to have the perception that space junk has gotten so cluttered that these types of accidents can happen, because accidents with satellites WILL increasingly happen. This is spin control, by the establishment. What occurred over Kentucky was just another fireball, but is being booked in the media as space junk, to add an exclamation point to the colliding satellite story.
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I had it ready too!

Like right now... you beat me to it! haha

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02/15/2009 12:34 AM
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different times <:

circa wise
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It was right to the minute Free Store... more then coincidental...

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