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Engineers assessing Cassini spacecraft
November 5, 2010 By Jia-Rui C. Cook


Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., are working to understand what caused NASA's Cassini spacecraft to put itself into "safe mode," a precautionary standby mode. Cassini entered safe mode around 4 p.m. PDT (7 p.m. EDT) on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

Since going into safe mode, the spacecraft has performed as expected, suspending the flow of science data and sending back only data about engineering and spacecraft health. Cassini is programmed to put itself into safe mode automatically any time it detects a condition on the spacecraft that requires action from mission controllers on the ground.
Engineers say it is not likely that Cassini will be able to resume full operations before a planned Nov. 11 flyby of Saturn's moon Titan. But Cassini has 53 more Titan flybys planned in its extended mission, which lasts until 2017.


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Why nasa wait 3 days before releasing this info to the press?

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Re: why NASA Cassini spacecraft put itself into ''safe mode''. new outburst Comet Ikeya-Murakami (C/2010 V1) Cover-up! near Saturn!
Remember the Photoshoped Dione-titan picture some weeks ago.

The next cassini fly by of those 2 moons was next 11nov, but Suddendly the spacecraft switch itself on 'safe mode'... and nasa wait 3 days before releasing this event? something is ahead and try to hide it.
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Strange Things Afoot in the B Ring

The outer edge of Saturn's B ring exhibits an unexpected feature in this movie made from images captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft. credit: NASA/JPL


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So, the space craft switch on safe mode just after stopping this? or this is a lie again?
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Hmm, that expansion is really weird.
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all those lies to hide what? something inbound behind saturn.

Just take a look lately how much small asteroids rock pass by earth. 4 weeks ago, 2 fireball spoted on colombia, last night 2 other big one on eastern canada.


we still have no logical explanation about those events.
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That date is 11|11|10,....

Allllllrighty then,....

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Hmm, that expansion is really weird.
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bump because it adds to all this "brimstone and fire" doom some are craving for..
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Better send Bowman and Poole on the Discovery out to check it out.
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something is disrupt the main asteroid belt. each time the object pass by or close of the belt, small rock are attracted by this object and trow it all around the solar system.

by chance saturn act like a ''shield'' eating almost all small body object.
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Mile high mountains found in Saturn's B ring


At the edge of Saturn's B ring, the Cassini spacecraft has spotted a huge mountain range of debris stretching up over two miles above the ring plane. In this picture you can see the mountains' long shadows.

And to the left, you can see the motion of the B ring, in a series of photos taken every few minutes over a period of 9 hours.


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hum, look at this recent serie of sudden fake'glitch' by NASA.


Bad weather delays space shuttle launch to Friday

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida, Nov. 4, 2010 NASA postponed shuttle Discovery's launch to Friday to wait out bad weather from an approaching cold front, officials said.
[link to www.newsdaily.com]

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Space shuttle launch delayed by new technical glitch

CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida, Nov. 5, 2010 A hydrogen leak forced NASA on Friday to delay the launch of the space shuttle Discovery for a fourth time this week, pushing back the blastoff at least until November 30.
[link to www.newsdaily.com]

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NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., are working to understand what caused NASA's Cassini spacecraft to put itself into "safe mode," a precautionary standby mode. Cassini entered safe mode around 4 p.m. PDT (7 p.m. EDT) on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

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and now the Glen Research facility lockdown. is just another 'glitch'

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NASA Glenn: Review underway after emergency 'test' leads to lockdown

BROOK PARK -- Police say a lockdown at the NASA Glenn Research Center that started about 9:30 a.m. Friday was a false alarm. The "all clear" was given just before 11 a.m.

NASA Glenn's Ray Lugo III, during an afternoon news conference, said an automated message was received on a desk phone by an employee in one of the buildings on the NASA campus about 9:30 a.m. Friday.

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Saturn probe hits snag at bad time

The Cassini orbiter has gone into a precautionary standby mode, a week in advance of a planned flyby of the Saturnian moon Titan, NASA reported today.

Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory said they don't expect Cassini to be back to normal in time for the Nov. 11 flyby, which was to focus on infrared mapping of the mysterious world's smoggy atmosphere. Scientists expected the bus-sized probe's camera to capture images of two prominent regions on Titan's surface, known as Shangri-La and Adiri.

NASA said Cassini entered safe mode at around 7 p.m. ET on Tuesday, curtailing the flow of science data and sending back only data about engineering and spacecraft health. Cassini is programmed to put itself in safe mode anytime it encounters a condition on the spacecraft that requires action.


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They are waiting this specific time in Titan spring equinox to take titan clear south pole map. i would like to know what is 'condition' the spacecraft have encounter to miss up the main gold of the cassini mission...
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hmm

Boeing Guy said that satellites will begin to not work properly, or fail altogether...
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hmm

Boeing Guy said that satellites will begin to not work properly, or fail altogether...
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this is to much coicidence at same time.

they try to cover-up somthing for sure..

i just found this video on another thread.

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hmm

Boeing Guy said that satellites will begin to not work properly, or fail altogether...
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ohyeah
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Engineers assessing Cassini spacecraft
November 5, 2010 By Jia-Rui C. Cook


Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., are working to understand what caused NASA's Cassini spacecraft to put itself into "safe mode," a precautionary standby mode. Cassini entered safe mode around 4 p.m. PDT (7 p.m. EDT) on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

Since going into safe mode, the spacecraft has performed as expected, suspending the flow of science data and sending back only data about engineering and spacecraft health. Cassini is programmed to put itself into safe mode automatically any time it detects a condition on the spacecraft that requires action from mission controllers on the ground.
Engineers say it is not likely that Cassini will be able to resume full operations before a planned Nov. 11 flyby of Saturn's moon Titan. But Cassini has 53 more Titan flybys planned in its extended mission, which lasts until 2017.


[link to www.physorg.com]


Why nasa wait 3 days before releasing this info to the press?
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The Kuiper Belt Aliens (KBA) caused it. They are residing in the Outer Solar System and plan to invade this planet in 2011 and remove the Elites from power. They DO NOT want TPTB surveying their cosmic antics with the Cassini Probe.
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Engineers assessing Cassini spacecraft
November 5, 2010 By Jia-Rui C. Cook


Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., are working to understand what caused NASA's Cassini spacecraft to put itself into "safe mode," a precautionary standby mode. Cassini entered safe mode around 4 p.m. PDT (7 p.m. EDT) on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

Since going into safe mode, the spacecraft has performed as expected, suspending the flow of science data and sending back only data about engineering and spacecraft health. Cassini is programmed to put itself into safe mode automatically any time it detects a condition on the spacecraft that requires action from mission controllers on the ground.
Engineers say it is not likely that Cassini will be able to resume full operations before a planned Nov. 11 flyby of Saturn's moon Titan. But Cassini has 53 more Titan flybys planned in its extended mission, which lasts until 2017.


[link to www.physorg.com]


Why nasa wait 3 days before releasing this info to the press?


The Kuiper Belt Aliens (KBA) caused it. They are residing in the Outer Solar System and plan to invade this planet in 2011 and remove the Elites from power. They DO NOT want TPTB surveying their cosmic antics with the Cassini Probe.
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did you know more about this 2004 signal cassini record?
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Nice photo:

Cassini in the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility

[link to www.nasaimages.org]
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hmm

Boeing Guy said that satellites will begin to not work properly, or fail altogether...



this is to much coicidence at same time.

they try to cover-up somthing for sure..

i just found this video on another thread.


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yep, I saw it too.
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hmm

Boeing Guy said that satellites will begin to not work properly, or fail altogether...



this is to much coicidence at same time.

they try to cover-up somthing for sure..

i just found this video on another thread.




yep, I saw it too.
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bump
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hmm

Boeing Guy said that satellites will begin to not work properly, or fail altogether...
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You're right I forgot about that. Has anybody seen where SDO is hiding today, we have a whole 14 pictures since 7 PM last night.
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Screw All the other vids on this thread watch this one.

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Engineers assessing Cassini spacecraft
November 5, 2010 By Jia-Rui C. Cook


Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., are working to understand what caused NASA's Cassini spacecraft to put itself into "safe mode," a precautionary standby mode. Cassini entered safe mode around 4 p.m. PDT (7 p.m. EDT) on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

Since going into safe mode, the spacecraft has performed as expected, suspending the flow of science data and sending back only data about engineering and spacecraft health. Cassini is programmed to put itself into safe mode automatically any time it detects a condition on the spacecraft that requires action from mission controllers on the ground.
Engineers say it is not likely that Cassini will be able to resume full operations before a planned Nov. 11 flyby of Saturn's moon Titan. But Cassini has 53 more Titan flybys planned in its extended mission, which lasts until 2017.


[link to www.physorg.com]


Why nasa wait 3 days before releasing this info to the press?

It is definitely the work of the Kuiper Belt Aliens (KBA). There is a huge GLP thread about the Kuiper Belt Aliens and loads of information about them residing on the Outer Solar System all over the Internet.


The Kuiper Belt Aliens (KBA) caused it. They are residing in the Outer Solar System and plan to invade this planet in 2011 and remove the Elites from power. They DO NOT want TPTB surveying their cosmic antics with the Cassini Probe.

did you know more about this 2004 signal cassini record?
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Engineers assessing Cassini spacecraft
November 5, 2010 By Jia-Rui C. Cook


Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., are working to understand what caused NASA's Cassini spacecraft to put itself into "safe mode," a precautionary standby mode. Cassini entered safe mode around 4 p.m. PDT (7 p.m. EDT) on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

Since going into safe mode, the spacecraft has performed as expected, suspending the flow of science data and sending back only data about engineering and spacecraft health. Cassini is programmed to put itself into safe mode automatically any time it detects a condition on the spacecraft that requires action from mission controllers on the ground.
Engineers say it is not likely that Cassini will be able to resume full operations before a planned Nov. 11 flyby of Saturn's moon Titan. But Cassini has 53 more Titan flybys planned in its extended mission, which lasts until 2017.


[link to www.physorg.com]


Why nasa wait 3 days before releasing this info to the press?
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It was probably the ET's.
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Engineers assessing Cassini spacecraft
November 5, 2010 By Jia-Rui C. Cook


Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., are working to understand what caused NASA's Cassini spacecraft to put itself into "safe mode," a precautionary standby mode. Cassini entered safe mode around 4 p.m. PDT (7 p.m. EDT) on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

Since going into safe mode, the spacecraft has performed as expected, suspending the flow of science data and sending back only data about engineering and spacecraft health. Cassini is programmed to put itself into safe mode automatically any time it detects a condition on the spacecraft that requires action from mission controllers on the ground.
Engineers say it is not likely that Cassini will be able to resume full operations before a planned Nov. 11 flyby of Saturn's moon Titan. But Cassini has 53 more Titan flybys planned in its extended mission, which lasts until 2017.


[link to www.physorg.com]


Why nasa wait 3 days before releasing this info to the press?
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November 5, 2010 By Jia-Rui C. Cook


Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., are working to understand what caused NASA's Cassini spacecraft to put itself into "safe mode," a precautionary standby mode. Cassini entered safe mode around 4 p.m. PDT (7 p.m. EDT) on Tuesday, Nov. 2.

Since going into safe mode, the spacecraft has performed as expected, suspending the flow of science data and sending back only data about engineering and spacecraft health. Cassini is programmed to put itself into safe mode automatically any time it detects a condition on the spacecraft that requires action from mission controllers on the ground.
Engineers say it is not likely that Cassini will be able to resume full operations before a planned Nov. 11 flyby of Saturn's moon Titan. But Cassini has 53 more Titan flybys planned in its extended mission, which lasts until 2017.


[link to www.physorg.com]


Why nasa wait 3 days before releasing this info to the press?
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